Astral Projection Using Binaural Beats and Isochronic Tones
With the fast paced lives that so many of us now live, it’s easy to forget to make time for our inner lives. And we suffer for it. Our bodies suffer with illness, tiredness and premature aging, and our minds suffer with stress, anxiety, depression and other ills. People need to relax more – even mainstream medicine recognizes this. The mind is the body’s most important organ in a sense, since it has so much influence over the functioning of all the others. Given this, it’s crazy to neglect its wellbeing.
There are plenty of relaxation techniques to choose from, such as meditation, yoga, simple deep breathing and others. And then there’s astral projection. In fact, astral projection is one of the most enjoyable and sophisticated – yet totally natural – relaxation techniques you can use. Imagine lying down on your bed or sofa, and literally transporting yourself away from your stresses and worries. It doesn’t matter if the winter cold is bothering you – your mind, travelling in your astral body, is taking a free trip to the tropics. Your noisy neighbours fade into insignificance as you bask in the peace of a remote wooded valley. You get the picture – with astral travel you can go anywhere and do anything, and although your physical body stays at home, your mind is free. And as such, the mind benefits from its relaxing sojourns, which has a positive knock-on effect on your physical health too.
Sound appealing? You’re not the only one to think so. In fact many people are interested in having out of body experiences, and a whole array of techniques have been developed to make the process easier. One thing they have in common is that you need to be able to control your mind, and achieve and maintain a state of deep relaxation. Unfortunately many people find this difficult – especially those who are stressed out to begin with! Help is at hand however, in the form of brainwave entrainment technology.
Put simply, this involves synchronizing your brain waves to an external source, such as sound or light. Brainwave entrainment recordings are the easiest and most economical method for most people, and can be very effective. By listening to the recording, your brainwaves start to resonate at a lower frequency, and you enter a meditative state. Depending on the frequencies used in the recording you’re listening to, you might enter the alpha, theta or even the delta state.
Many people have found that the most effective astral projection frequencies are in the theta range. This is a state of deep meditation, but by using binaural or monaural beat recordings, or isochronic tones, it can be achieved relatively easily even by people who don’t have much experience with meditation (although some practice will normally be needed).
If you’re interested in astral projection, learning to maintain a theta trance state can be invaluable, and brainwave entrainment can help with this a lot. Many people find that isochronic tones are the most effective of the three choices, but they can all give great results. The most important thing is to use a quality recording and listen regularly. I personally like the theta isochronic meditation track from The Meditation Club (they also do a special astral projection recording, although I haven’t yet tried this myself, so can’t give a personal recommendation for it).
Learn to astrally project, and you won’t need to wait until your next vacation to relax – you can take off at any time!