astral projection


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astral projection

A breaking free by the astral body, believed to occur just before death or during some dreams; also known as out-of-body experience.
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Ken convinced his ward-mate to give it a try, and as soon as John consented with a nod, Ken put him in a mild hypnotic trance and guided him through the technique of astral projection.
as mind control, astral projection, teleportation and reanimation.
Easter's gifts begin to feel more like a burden as she becomes nearly unable to distinguish reality from dreams or astral projection.
Sometimes called dreaming, sometimes called astral projection or out-of-body-experience, this state comes regularly with every renewal period known as sleep.
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Says Terri Paajanen, a Kenyan of Indian extraction: "I would say the primary magical uses for Sandalwood is to aid in astral projection, divination, and working with the chakras and spirits.
Seeing an apparition, having a Near Death, Out-of-Body or Afterlife experience, Astral projection and Astral travel all give us a brief glimpse of the Spiritual realm.
His dad sued the Government for mismanagement of the economy and his brother's into astral projection.
Titles range from adventure novelist David Aaron's "State Scarlet" to Zolar's "Book of Spirits," found in the parapsychology section (which is located across from a surprising selection of books on astral projection and palmistry, and beside a collection on unidentified flying objects).