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Astral Projection As An Infant?

 

I hear that astral projections can happen during times of stress. But how can it be that I could have an astral projection as an infant? It is one of my earliest memories, if not the earliest.

I think (it is only a theory since I am not aware of specifics) that it happened around the time when my maternal grandmother had fallen ill and perhaps my mother had been so stressed that the stress leaked to me as she breast fed? Is it possible?

Anyway, to the experience. From what I remember, I was floating above my parents' bed. As this astral projection, I'm not sure of the age, but it wasn't infant, because I was walking up, from the foot to the head of the bed, between my mom and dad. I stopped at the point that I was able to look directly down at myself, an infant in my red striped pajamas suckling, a little bit of milk dribbling form the side of my mouth. I think my parents were sleeping because from observing them over the years, I realized that they were in their usual sleeping positions: mom with both her hands tucked under her head (just over my own head) and my dad with one arm outstretched up past the edge of the bed and the other under his head.

The television was on (they both leave it on when they sleep, even now) and it was casting a blue light on all of us. I (the astral projection) then leaned close to myself to get a better look.

This is where I don't remember what happens next. Perhaps this was when my spiritual self snapped back into place.

Now, I know it couldn't have been myself looking over my younger sister because one, the infant had my pajamas on (we have those pajamas until this day) and we are only 18 months apart, therefore, I wasn't even conscious of her existence then. She also was born not long after my grandmother died form her illness.

So, was this real? Does it have any meaning? This memory has been with me ever since I could remember. Could I have made it up as a young child and not remember doing so? I don't understand. Usually, even as a child I could decipher dreams from reality.

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Kunzite (1 posts)
 
9 years ago (2012-10-14)
I know this is an old thread, but I am desperate for some validation here. I have been trying to develop my psychic awareness for the last few years, and in some aspects I have come very far, but in regards to astral projection I am still a little unfamiliar. The reason why this thread peaks my interest is because my 4 month old son is showing signs of sleep paralysis. His father (who is somehow a skeptic) has talked about his experiences of sleep paralysis and of OBE. Yet he refuses to open his mind to the topic and doesn't like to talk about it. His father also has had experiences like this so I'm wondering if it is genetic. I can tell my son is having episodes like this because he will be sleeping... I can tell by the way he breathes and he deoesnt stretch like he does when he wakes up. He has always slept with his eyes partly open but sometimes they are open more than other times and when I move across the room, he follows me with his eyes, but if I were to try and talk to him or touch him, he may startle like I am waking him up. I just want to know what I can do for my infant if he is experiencing astral projection, or even how to further his abilities and beliiefs so he can grow spiritually. I don't want him to shoo the idea because his father does. If I had the ability to project my astral body, I would try so hard to master it. So what do I do? Let him deal with it on his own, or help him? In the perspective of someone who has been in his situation, what would the best move be as his mother?
Ben89 (1 stories) (9 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-11)
Ive know of experinces like these. (never to me) I had a friend who mother was having an operation, and nearly died but was resussated. She woke up and said that she had a dream that she was floating above her body in the hospital ward with an umbilacle (spelling) cord coming out of her.
Oracle101 (2 stories) (506 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-08)
Are you saying that you were walking up to your parents bed and standing there looking at them, as well as floating above their bed and looking down at them and looking down at yourself while standing there?

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