An out-of-body experience
Projectiology is the science that studies the projection of the consciousness and its effects. This phenomenon is also known as an out-of-body experience, astral projection or astral travel.
Experimentation shows that the consciousness (soul, spirit, ego, self, intelligent principle) is capable of disconnecting or disengaging themselves from the physical body by their own will, determination or with specific techniques. In this way, they project themselves out of the physical body. In lucid projections, the consciousness has the ability to identify, verify and differentiate between various projective self-experiences with varying levels of lucidity, in different dimensions.
The lucid projection is not a dream, hallucination, self-suggestion, belief, daydream, fantasy or mental illness. It is the most important occurrence for proving to oneself the existence of life beyond the physical body and in other dimensions, and can be experienced by anyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, culture, and social- economic level.
The purpose of this article is to report my own projective experience, which I had the opportunity to have with the aim of helping other people to understand and, perhaps, experience it themselves. The projection is a relevant tool for evolutionary growth. Leaving the body lucidly is a challenge for those interested in having projective experiences, and for those that are open to multidimensional and interassistantial realities.
Some time ago, I spent some time organizing and programming myself to leave my body. With this intention, I habitually read books related to projections before going to sleep at night, with the aim of going out and remembering the lucid projection.
One day, before going to sleep, I read a Conscientiology book for approximately two hours in order to stimulate a projection. Then I went to bed, lay down in the supine position (on my back), and performed energy exercises, moving my energies throughout my body. I became drowsy and entered a hypnagogic state. I then noticed the psychosoma (vehicle of manifestation of the consciousness, also called the astral body) sliding and making a noise like an engine, before disengaging from the biological body.
At that moment, I had the impression that I was going to fall to the ground, but I levitated and stayed on top of my body, realizing that it was defenseless and fragile, sleeping peacefully.
I had an understanding of the importance of the biological body in this physical dimension and I felt a lot of gratitude.
I was kind of euphoric and felt a sensation of freedom, yet I didn’t know what to do. I thought about leaving the room and immediately went through the door which was closed. I felt noises (cracks) in the psychosoma when I went through it. I stopped, looked around, and noticed that part of the house (hall) seemed much larger than it really was. I thought about going back to my bedroom and suddenly I went through the door again and, looking at my body, I touched my hands slowly to my feet and fitted myself back into my biological body.
The feeling of lightness, freedom, well-being and fullness after the experience was indescribable. I was able to achieve full lucidity. However, it is worth mentioning that the greatest benefit of this experience was being able to verify, in a pragmatic way, the continuity of the post-death consciousness from the physical body, and of the multidimensional experience.
A lucid projection provides individual evidence regarding the existence of multiple dimensions, vehicles of manifestation, multiple lives and other phenomena, contributing to deconditioning oneself from intraphysical reality.
The mastery of consciential energies (CEs), through the application of the vibrational state (VS) as a technique, is the key to the development of lucid projectability. The application of techniques and the will of the consciousness with dedication invariably leads to the experience of lucid projection, in which the individual perceives themselves acting outside the body and has proof that, in fact, we live in multiple dimensions.
Maria Pereira de Abreu
Maria Pereira de Abreu works in the area of commerce and is a volunteer at the International Institute of Projectiology and Conscientiology (IIPC), a secular, non-profit institution that is concerned with scientific education and research.