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#21 Legato Bluesomers

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Posted 21 May 2015 - 01:23 PM

I was on a plane. It was night and we were crossing the Atlantic ocean from Europe to NY before I transit to my final destination. Anyways, the guy next to me falls asleep, shakes, n I don't think much of it. I figure I'd put my book away and go to sleep too. I wake up n the guy next to me is awake. Lights are out in the cabin, , everyone is asleep. I see he's got a book on his little table. I ask him if what he's reading is any good. Let me remind u, that the cabin is dark except for our lights. Pitch black out the windows. He looks over at me. He's a black male, not big at all, but he was bald. He stares at me and asks if I know about astral protection our out of body experiences. I say to myself, f#&k.., I got goosebumps. I told hom to explain further. He says he tries to astral project constantly, as it's something he is interested in. He says right before you go into a half sleep, you begin to shake. I told him that I saw him and even felt him shake through his seat. He said that he flew out of his body and could see around us. He saw that I had a book on my table, which is now in my bag. I said yeah, how did you know, I had already put it away though. That dude freaked me out on that flight. When he was explaining to me about out of body experiences I had goosebumps the whole time and he was staring right in my eyes as he was saying it haha..scary ass flight. Anyways it was an eye opener to this topic. He recommended me a few books to read which I did nd still continue to read to this day.

Hmm nice very interesting. Care to share a good read?

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Posted 14 August 2015 - 11:06 AM

i have tried this. yung first time ko natakot ako kaya bumalik agad ako sa katawan ko. kase natakot ako na baka di nko makabali. then nag research ako kung pano. then sinubukan po pa ng dalawang beses, naghanap pa nga ako ng proof na nag aastral travel nga ako by looking for some dates or works sa mga resibo sa taas ng Ref namin. then pag gising ko binabalikan ko yung mga resibong yun. at tama nga nkasulat. after 3 tries di ko na inulit. sabi kse sa mga nabasa ko na ingat din kse baka may ibang pumasok sa katawan ko pag wala ako.

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Posted 22 October 2015 - 12:37 AM

...i did not try, but it happens many times....hoping that it would not happen again because this time i am not used to fight again

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Posted 08 November 2015 - 07:10 PM

Is reincarnation considered as "out of body experience" also?

I dont think they are similar.

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Posted 10 December 2015 - 02:09 PM

You are not dead. Why? Because your soul/spirit is still connected to your body via a glowing thread/tube which will
stay connected while your on OBE. This is why it would be hard for other spirits to enter your body because they will
have to severe that connection 1st.

I read about it in this book written by "LOBSANG RAMPA". Try to look for that book and read it. It will definitely help
in your quest to do OBE.

That glowing thread/tube you're saying is the silver lining. That's the soul's guide back to its vessel. 

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 03:22 AM

^--Correct. And walang basta bastang entity makakaputol ng connection na iyon.

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Posted 27 December 2015 - 12:42 AM

i dunno if this is considered an OBE: this was way back in college, i remember falling asleep in my room on my back, the next thing i knew i was already floating in the air, facing the ceiling. all of a sudden i begin to fly forward, feet first, still facing the sky. i remember crossing towns and bodies of water, i could feel the rush of the wind on my skin and hair.

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Posted 28 December 2015 - 08:02 PM

I dont know if this count as OBE, grade schooldays. Mother ko is hi blood madaling magalit, small mistakes palo.Then 1 time sobrang galit o na hi blood, sinakal ako using belt very tight sa neck ayun na experience ko bigla na blank lahat sa mata ko.And bigla akong lumutang sa ceiling padapa and saw my mother crying and shouting.....anak dumilat ka gising huhuhu,,,,,,to what i believe is she is trying reviving me kasi unconscious state na ako yata....if not mistaken mabilis lang yun then maya maya nagising na ako.....anyone can relate to this. thanks

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Posted 09 January 2016 - 12:20 AM

when very tired, after school work. I often fall asleep then minutes later seing my body sleeping and me going thru the the ceiling and seing the entire village view then being suck back in and feeling someone is staring at me. I would then be trying to shout but unable to and my mom would usually rush and wake me up and say i was having a bad dream

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Posted 01 February 2016 - 12:02 PM

Nope. Never had such experience. I wish I did though.  :)

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 05:47 AM

I wish i did have one too

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Posted 16 July 2019 - 01:57 AM

I think its common to those who are sick or bed ridden people.

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