PICK ONE THAT WORKS FOR YOU.
We are all unique and can go through multiple variations of astral travel. My favorite and most incredible was when my chest was ripped open and pulled into the space by a magnetic blue object. I never felt so ecstatic.
The list is not limited by this magical number 7. These are just most common easiest to master. So pick one that works for you.
The Seven Most Effective Techniques for Inducing an Out of Body Experience
Firstly, it is important to say that before attempting to use any of the Techniques for inducing an Out of Body Experience, you should be fully-relaxed in mind and body. Inducing an Out of Body Experience is not something to be forced, and without sufficient relaxation, you are unlikely to project successfully
Now, that said, here are the Seven Best Techniques for Inducing an Out of Body Experience.
1. Inducing an Out of Body Experience Using The Rope Technique
As you lie on your bed, you imagine the rope hanging down towards you, and what you do is visualize yourself (or rather, your Astral Self) taking hold of the rope, and pulling yourself up the rope, one hand at a time, all the while concentrating on the sensations as you climb upwards. Be aware of the feeling of the rope against your hands, and the motion of your body as you pull yourself up from your bed, and concentrating also on the feelings of your arms slowly but surely pulling yourself upwards.
The Rope Technique is extraordinarily successful at inducing an Out of Body Experience, even in people who have struggled for a long time to see any results. Quite quickly, a feeling of fairly intense vertigo is experienced, and projection is generally instantaneous, provided the student has kept themselves calm and relaxed throughout.
2. Out of Body Experience using the Ladder Technique
In this instance, a ladder may be imagined hanging from the ceiling, instead, which has the benefit of allowing the would-be Astral Projector to use his or her feet, as well as the hands. All other aspects of this method remain the same as with the Rope Projection Technique.
3. Out of Body Experience with the Point Shift Method
The point shift method involves becoming intensely aware of your own body, and then mapping out in your imagination where everything in your room is, in relation to you and each other. It is for this reason that it requires quite a lot of concentration.
Once this stage has been reached, you then can feel yourself float, just a few inches, at first, and then visualise all of your surroundings from that new perspective. The idea is to feel as if you have already projected out of you body, and keeping your awareness of where you are and what you visualize from the view-point of your imaginary self!
Finally, you slowly rise from your physical body. This takes what can only be described as a very relaxed form of will-power. Some force is necessary, but you must not allow your body to become tense.