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Astral Projection Kit:
Some Definitions

In order to provide you with a decent astral projection kit, you will first need to familiarize yourself with some important vocabulary and definitions related to astral travel or projection.

Definitions of Astral Body and Astral Plane

  • Astral Plane. This plane is parallel to our every day plane of existence. You should not analyze the astral plane too much because it does not follow the rational rules of our physical world. It's similar in nature to our physical world, but most people cannot make themselves visible to others who live in the every day plane of existence. On the astral plane, you can go through walls and travel from point A to point B instantly.
  • Bilocation. Bilocation occurs when one person is in two places at once. This happens when your astral body and physical body are in two different places at the same time. There are several documented cases of people that were able to make their astral body visible to others while their physical body was in a different location.
  • Ka. In Ancient Egypt, it was believed that Ka, the astral double, could leave the body on command.
  • Levitation. The feeling or action of floating above ground.
  • Lucid Dreaming. Anyone can learn to have lucid dreams. When lucid dreaming, you are aware that you're dreaming, but you decide not to wake up. You watch and participate in your dreams. It's like directing your own dreams. Lucid dreaming can be a way to leave the body and astral travel. To find out more about lucid dreams, click here.

Mind Travel, Remote Viewing, Silver Cord and More Definitions

More information may be added to this Astral Projection Kit in the future. You can also check out another main component of the Astral Projection Kit: some preparation steps towards astral travel.

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