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  • The more conscious my ego becomes while I'm "out" the more it feels like flying. My memory of it, when there is less ego involved, isn't movement so much as intense awareness and/or being. Being AWAKE but profoundly peaceful. I didn't believe in seeing "the silver cord" that supposedly binds us to our bodies but I did/do see it. I remember laughing at my doubts and (aware of the silver cord) feeling like my out of body self was like a kite.
  • Im having one right now. Im floating above my body which is obviously perched in front of the computer. Im trying to urge myself to get up and get busy but my body is rejecting these urges....
  • Total Peace and Calmness
  • Like a tampon, only inside out.
  • I've only had that happen once: when I was a kid, I woke up early one morning and had this sense that I was floating on the other side of the room looking back on myself. Very weird. Never again happened, which is odd enough given all the drugs and strange experiences and meditation and who knows what else I've seen on my long, strange trip to this question.
  • Like you are floating, since you are not in your body - like you are not quite anchored to your body. I have had this sensation many many times and can bring it on at will. It can be scary if you cant control it or very a very freeing sensation when you can.
  • like you are imagining it. or like you are looking back on something or dreaming.
  • i wouldn't know. my brother would. he used to dabble in that kind of thing. he said the first time he did it, he could see himself lying on the bed and looked as though he was sleeping. he also would try and help people. one of his friends mother had cancer and was dying and he tried to help her. she actually got a lot better at that point and came home from the hospital. but a few months later she got really bad and she died. my brother blamed himself for that for a long time. no one could get it through his head that it wasn't his fault. no one could convince him otherwise. he's OK now but he never dabbled in it again. before that happened, i don't know how he did it but he went under and did something to where he would never be stopped by a red light. and it worked! seriously. it went on for months. then the thing with his friends mother happened. anyway. i have the book he used and have been tempted to try it but still yet i'm a little afraid. i guess you can consider all this as an out of body experiences.
  • I had one when I was younger. Most people describe it as feeling like your floating, but I actually felt quite anchored to the ground. My grandpa was standing opposite me, and it felt like I was looking at myself from his point of view. It was really fast, only a few seconds, but it was really scary. I'm not entirely sure if that's considered an out of body experience, though.
  • If you are out of your body, wouldnt your body stop functioning/go into a trance seeing as your soul or being has left?
  • when i was bout 5 i used to have the feeling of floating above my bed just under my bedroom ceiling i felt 100% awake when it happened but then after a minute or so i would open my eyes, as if waking up and be hot and sweating and bounce on my bed like a jolt as if i had been dropped from there and fallen back int bed. I dont get this anymore. Can anyone tell me if this was an out of body experience and is there any way i could make myself have them again?
  • have no idea, never had one
  • dont know
  • There is nothing to leave the body. We are only a set of physical processes. Souls do not exist. Such an experience is a delusion and nothing more.
  • have no idea since ive never experienced it
  • I am not sure it felt any different than normal. I fell about 12 feet hitting my head on the roll cage of a fork lift then onto a concrete floor. I watched myself walk across the shop and into the office. When I opened the door I was back in myself. I was alone in the shop and knew I had to get help.
  • OBE's are just delusions. There's nothing to leave the body, so you can't really be out of your body.
  • i wouldnt know, ive never had one
  • Method 1 Readying Your Mind and Body Ready your mind and body. Choose a quiet place you find relaxing. ... Find a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down. ... Affirm to yourself that you are going to have an out-of-body experience. ... Close your eyes and relax. ... Allow yourself to almost fall asleep.
  • An out-of-body experience (OBE or sometimes OOBE) is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside one's body and, in some cases, the feeling of perceiving one's physical body as if from a place outside one's body (autoscopy).
  • not sure, never had one

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