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|Brandon P’naantan Pinkney||# Posted on March 15, 2012 at 5:51 pm|
good question, to me astral projection is like going home after having travelled to a land far away, like australia. in this way I see astral projection as going back to where we truly live. and that this “Waking life” is a sort of school, or more abstractly like a business trip for a journalist. we learn about this other culture through mingling with nature and the people throughout, and at the end, take all we learned back home to share with everyone, as each soul will have their own perspective on this 3 dimensional life.
moreover, I can feel myself leaving my body, inthat sense I know that this thing I’ve been lugging around for 20 years is just a vessel, that will in time return to earth while “I” return “home” so I guess in a sense, this astral projection is also like a phonecall to check in with everyone there
and I haven’t yet seen things out there that I haven’t already seen in reality, or haven’t been aware of the fact that I saw them, save a wandering entity or two. I kind of just take it as it is, I realized that I validate so much in life already, so perhaps as a sign of respect or some expression of catharsis try not to validate or quantify it.
although I do have a morbid curiosity to jump into my subconscious and see what lurks in those seldom explored nooks and crannies, I just hope that when and if the time comes for me to do so, I’m prepared for what I witness