Astral Projection

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Astral Projection:
Fact or Fantasy?

Acknowledgement

I would like to acknowledge a heart full gratitude, first, to my parents, for bringing such a

young kid like me, second, to my classmates for their ever loyal support to this

research, third, to my teachers, especially to Mr. Joeffrey Yee, for making this research possible,

and above all, to God Almighty for giving me the strength and knowledge while making this

research paper.

Table of Contents

I. Definition of Terms ------------------------------------------------------------ 1

II. Introduction --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2

III. Presentation --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2

IV. Conclusion ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

V. Recommendation--------------------------------------------------------------- 10

VI. Bibliography -------------------------------------------------------------------- 12

I. Definition of Terms

Alpha activity – a pattern of brain wave activity which indicates relaxed wakefulness with

eyes closed and often precedes sleep. It is best measured in the occipital

region which is located at the back of the head.

Astral – relating to a supposed nonphysical realm of existence in which the physical human

body is said to have a counterpart.
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Comatose – a state of deep unconsciousness for a prolonged or indefinite period

Electrode – a conductor through which electricity enters or leaves an object, substance, or

region.

Epistle – a poem or other literary work in the form of a letter or series of letters

Inexplicably – incapable of being explained or accounted for

Lucid – expressed clearly

Neurologists – a medical specialist in the nervous system and the disorders affecting it.

II. Introduction

According to Mohhamed, Astral projection or astral travel is an interpretation of

out-of-body experiences. Almost all of us leave our body every night, but a conscious

astral travel is very different than any dream, it is as clear as we experience daily life:

Very lucid.

Anyone can develop this skill to have an (OBE) Out-of-Body Experience either

awake, lucid dreaming or in deep meditation.

It can be a very strong tool as part of your evolutionary process. You have no

physical limitations. You can travel anywhere through focus, and there is a possibility

you may meet other enlightened beings for guidance or other purposes.

It is a very wonderful and unforgettable experience.

III. Presentation

Insidious, a 2010 independent American psychological horror film, written by

Leigh Whannell and directed by James Wan, is a story of two couple whose son is

inexplicably enters a comatose state and becomes a vessel for ghosts in an astral

dimension. They thought it was the house that’s haunted, but as they moved, same

activities were experienced. Later, they’ve realized it was their son in comatose who’s

bringing other beings from astral planes in to their house. These beings from astral

planes are seeking for the boy’s body which is empty. A lady told them that the boy

isn’t in comatose but actually is lost in the astral dimension, and that’s the reason why

he never wakes.

Astral projection (or astral travel) is an interpretation of out-of-body-experience

(OBE) that assumes the existence of an “astral body” separate from the physical body

and capable of traveling outside it. Astral projection or travel denotes the astral body

leaving the physical body to travel in the astral planes.

In Christian perspective, astral projection is the idea that one can, with practice,

“project” one’s consciousness, soul, or spirit outside of the body while in a sleeping

state. There are many books and resources that...
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