Astral Projection is very safe, but yes, it can seem a bit scary. When you separate your astral body from your physical body, you will experience sleep paralysis (when you can't move) and you might hear a kind of roaring sound inside your head like a jet engine. But try to tell yourself before you astral project that "its all a part of the process."
If you'd like to learn how to astral project, then read on.
Astral Projection, is when you separate your nonphysical astral body from your physical body. The astral plane or fourth dimension is divided into two halves, the lower fourth and higher fourth. The lower fourth or lower astral is very similar to the physical world, just about a perfect copy of the physical. What you will be observing from the lower fourth is the energy copy of the physical universe. Did you know that people who have learned astral projection well enough…show more content… When you lie down to go to sleep, just close your eyes and try to imagine a very real place and try to imagine yourself actually physically being there. While you're doing this, repeat 100 times, "I now experience a fully conscious astral projection." Make sure that you don't think about anything else while you're repeating this affirmation before you fall asleep. After about one month, your dreams will become more lucid and within a month or two months, you should eventually project. You must remember to do this mental exercise every single day, seven days a week. Within only seven months, you'll be a master astral projector and you won't have to continue repeating these affirmations. It will just come naturally to you whenever you lose consciousness. You can learn to project your consciousness to distant planets far across the universe or visit many higher nonphysical dimensions. If you learn to use your INNER self (your astral body), you will eventually conquer