Out of body experiences

@locotime (147)
Canada
November 19, 2006 2:53pm CST
I want to hear about this. I have a memory from my early childhood years but I am not sure if it was a vivid dream. I was laying in bed on my back sleeping, when my spirit sat up from my body. I was asked but not with words if I was ready. I then lay back down into my self. Have you had any dreams like this that feel like they actually happened. No pn the bed stories please. Thanks.
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@ankscorek (567)
• Djibouti
23 Nov 06
i was sleeping at an altitude of 9000ft in a small room when suddenly i felt im looking at the floor from the ceiling then i saw a man entering my room who was wearing white clothes.he was carrying some plant which ws not available in that area.i wanted to ask the person from the ceiling who is he..but i could not utter a word..at the same time my physical's body arms and legs went as heavy as lead... in the morning i got up and everything was normal but i saw the leaf of that same plant by my bed side...
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@locotime (147)
• Canada
24 Nov 06
I spent some time in BC Canada in the mountains. Very kewl I can relate.
• Djibouti
24 Nov 06
well so what do u have to say abt my expirience
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@locotime (147)
• Canada
24 Nov 06
I also posted a question (has any body seen jesus lately?) this will prove my statement. Have you seen jesus lately, or know somebody that has? I have met two that are looking also,(from BC) they know he is here as well as I. They showed up at my door unannounced early in the morning stayed for hours,talked about the subject. I have not had contact with them since. Nobody even noticed them coming or going in the apartments. I will leave it at that.
@VKXY62 (1606)
• Australia
21 Nov 06
Never had an out of body experience, but I did practice Lucid Dreaming for a while. It is where you become aware you are dreaming in the middle of your dream. You can do anything. Strangely, you tend to remember these dreams in extreme and vivid detail. An easy way to start is practicing looking at your watch habitually for several weeks and when you go to sleep, listen to tapes of looney tunes cartoons. The cartoons are because unreal things happen in cartoons like unreal things can only happen in dreams. The habit of looking at your watch is the trigger. Eventually, because you look for the time out of habit, you will do it in your dream. You will notice the hands on timepieces in dreams never move (I don't know why this is). Once you realise the clock is not moving, it will dawn on you that you are dreaming. No doubt the first thing you should then do, is go outside and fly. Good luck.
@locotime (147)
• Canada
22 Nov 06
cartoons huh? our girls leave the tv on with cartoons sometimes while they sleep. mmmmmmmm food for thought
@Poison_Girl (4163)
• United States
20 Nov 06
No, I can't say that I have. I can't remember anything like that anyway. I've tried to have out of body experiences, but I haven't succeeded yet. :(
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@locotime (147)
• Canada
20 Nov 06
you may succeed with some tai kwon do classes. it worked for me. stars and lights at the end of the tunnel thing.i would not suggest it though.