The word astral projection can be a bit misleading. The common definition assumes the existence of an "astral body" separate from the physical body and capable of traveling outside it. The experience of leaving our physical body is really just an interpretation or metaphor that was developed in order to explain the phenomena. When we astral project we are experiencing pure consciousness and the larger consciousness system. We are not so much leaving our bodies; we do not have to go anywhere because we are already there. Our consciousness is already out of body. We are just letting our awareness flow into a different information set in the larger consciousness system. We are getting "into" our consciousness when we astral project. It's our cultural belief that in order to experience something like this, that we have to "project" or do something to get there. All of the techniques we use to get "out" are just tools.
We live in a virtual reality. Dreams, Daydreams, Lucid Dream, OBE's (Out of Body Experiences), NDE's (Near Death Experiences, Local 1 (Floating above your bed), are all different virtual realities generated for personal experience. Quantum Physics has taught us that even the 3rd dimensional reality we experience in the waking state is a virtual reality. The premise of old view science (Newtonian Physics) is based on reality being objective (things that can be measured, size of a rock, etc.) when in fact our reality is virtual and made up of information. Consciousness is also a digital information system, which is non-physical and subjective (things that can not be measured, intuition, beauty, love, experiences, etc.). Astral projection is a subjective experience.
Astral projection is a natural occurrence that all people are capable of experiencing.
It is very important to approach this subject with healthy skepticism. You have to prove the reality of these experiences to yourself and yourself only. We can not give objective physical proof of astral projection because it is a non-physical subjective experience. As of now physical explanations of consciousness fail.
Most people have a reality model based on culture or religion. The smaller your reality is, the more convinced you are that you know everything. The bigger your reality gets, the more opportunity you have to grow and receive new information. The non physical reality is experienced with our consciousness, not with our senses. When we get into the larger reality, we still have all senses. It's our consciousness experiencing it because that's the way we interpret the information we receive. Subjective descriptions of a room are things like the ambience, the message, the function, the meaning. A non-subjective description is all about the physical details of the room, what it looks like, what's in it which varies from personal experience and interpretation.
We measure our reality's credibility by its objective description. For the most part while in the astral, the interaction is about the content and the meaning. None of the "stuff" is important, so it is hard to convince skeptics of its' credibility.
Scientists now realize that objective reality is wrong and that we need to come up with a new viewpoint in order to explain the non physical. The premise of science is based on the scientific method. It depends on reality being objective. Scientists like Edward Fredkin, Nick Bostrom and Thomas Campbell have come to the conclusion that reality is digital and informational. Our reality is a simulation and consciousness is information.
It is a different world with different physics. We can not use the metaphors and tools that we currently have to explain it. We can not tell you what it will be like because our interpretations of the experience will be different.
A lot of people think that when they experience another reality that it is going to be just like our world, we'll look around and see stuff. There is no stuff. Going to the larger reality is all about content and meaning. We should be focused on preparing to get there rather than what it will be like when we arrive.
I do not consider myself an astral projection guru of any sorts. I'm a musician and a graphic artist, by trade. I am just a regular guy who has been experimenting with this stuff most of my life and have had some success after many failures. After years of study I have become an expert and now I want to share the knowledge that I have gained through the ten step guide. I want to help those individuals out there who are craving a mystical experience outside of their body. I know how bad you want to validate it for yourself. I have always had at least 2 or 3 lucid dreams every month since the age of 5. I am passionate about ancient knowledge and studied the flower of life pattern and sacred geometry. I then began researching new age concepts from a more scientific non-biased point of view. I came across the field of neuroaccoustic research and began making my own binaural beats. Soon after I became very interested in the study of consciousness and reality. This led me to study the teachings of Robert Monroe and Thomas Campbell as they were the first to approach out of body experiences from a scientific point of view. Once I began to understand the way consciousness works with the reality system we live in, my experience with astral projection began to change - I had new intentions. I learned that the preparation work is where the growth happens. Letting go of expectations and the "urge" to leave your body has amazing rewards.
I hope you enjoy the material on this website and best of luck to you and your journey.