Everything that you said funny enough is precisely what many others have stated. I recall one person stating they felt like vibrating out of existence.Mothskull wrote:AP issue 1
Everything you said is exactly what happens to people who practice astral projection the vibrations, sounds, feeling chakras etc.etc. you just described a basic AP situation. Your good and everything is going according to how astral projection occurs. As you practice it more it becomes easier and easier. Might I suggest you try and calm your mind and calm yourself into altered state to induce the projection. Your like the majority of the way to successfully coming out.
The beings some who've delved into AP have stated the same thing they try and get scared by seeing or sensing something. Often times they pop out and nothing is there. Some have stated something is there but leaves or they state something pops in and tries to scare them or something and it's basically been said "fight back". You shouldn't be frightened in fact you should consider it just another test trying to pop out, try and form an astral weapon if you seem like you can.Mothskull wrote:AP issue 2
Sleep paralysis has been debated a lot and the most likely culprit is your inducing it like normal like sleep i.e. mind awake, body asleep. And it's a form of you freaking out on your own bodily functions that occur. You just gotta ignore the paralysis and project.Mothskull wrote:AP issue 3
Some have stated it's a form of failed projection or an impending failure but I always doubted that. It's possible that the act of paralysis freaks them out thus is fails.
As someone who's always interested in AP but could never project.Mothskull wrote:AP question
My question is, is your consciousness as conscious as you feel awake?
In other words is your mind dreamy like a dream whereby you black out and change scenery and weird things happen and your mind is all forgetful and whatnot?
How awake do you feel while astral projecting?