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About a year ago I had this really weird OBE. I was having a lucid dream about going around in endless corridors when the dream changed and I was outside a tall building holding onto a balloon. When I let go of the balloon, I started floating up. Suddenly I felt this amazing vibration (if you have ever been to a rock concert, and felt the percussion vibration, you might know what I mean, except this vibration was more of an electrical hum).

The electrical hum was similar to the noise halogen lamps make, only much louder and more intense. I felt myself rising and was suddenly aware of being at two places at once - in my bed and the ceiling. I could also see myself (kind of) as energy, and somehow, with my eyes closed, I could see my room. It was really weird. And the whole time, I felt paralyzed and there was this huge vibration and noise. I was scared at first, but then relaxed. Then I sort of floated back into my body and "woke up" and wrote the experience down.

Several months later I had another interesting experience. I was having a lucid dream (can't remember what), when I felt this vibration and noise come again. Except this time I didn't rise out of my body. I was aware of being paralyzed so I tried to move my hand. Except my hand didn't move. Suddenly, my hand did move, except it wasn't my hand. I guess I could say it was my spirit hand. Have you ever waved you arm in front of the tube TV? That's how it looked like. My spirit hand kept on snapping back into my real hand, and every time it left, it made this electrical buzz. My spirit hand (I am not exactly sure about color, I think it had a greenish tinge to it) did this for several minutes or seconds. Finally the experience was over. It was strange.

I read about astral projections, and this was nothing like an astral projection I read about. Soon, buzzing faded, through I could still feel it in the back of my head. Also, during both experiences, I felt a huge amount of power, like energy.

Another time, I woke up because I was sleeping in a wrong position and I had this really bad cramp. In fact, it was so bad, that when I stood up, I nearly passed out from pain. I lay down again, and I felt this buzzing come. I let come over. The vibration continued for a few minutes (or maybe hours, I couldn't tell), and after it was over, the pain was gone and at the same time I felt energized and tired. I believe the vibrations or what ever they are called, somehow healed me.

I had similar experiences later on, but in none I left my body (or went far), I only get this vibration/buzzing stage and it isn't as intense. (Just two days ago, one happened, I get them very often.) Can anyone explain?

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Serpeius (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-01-29)
I read more on the internet on some useful websites and they all said that vibrations are a normal pre-astral state. I can't believe I am so close!
Wiccanslair (1 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-05-26)
Serpeius-I have this all the time. Except my vibration happens in my right side of my brain. It feels like someone put a speaker up against my ear and a loud bass type sound comes out of it. And it hurts me at first and then mellows out. This always happens before my OBE's and it doesn't matter your age sweetie. This has been happening to me since I was 14 and I am now 34. I am also a highly developed psychic, so you may find that has some to do with it. Not sure. Hope it helps to know someone else experiences this too:)
Serpeius (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-03-08)
The best technique for OBE for me is through a lucid dream. A lucid dream is a dream in which you are aware you dreaming. That state of conciousness gives you the ability to have control over your dreams. Once you have a lucid dream, fly and fly as much as you can. Try to visualize yourself flying out of your body. You may succeed the first time, you may not. Key thing: stay "awake" during the dream. It's easy to forget it's a dream, and it's even easier to get distracted.
dr4gon (guest)
 
13 years ago (2008-03-05)
i'm 14 and I had my first 'obe' last month. I've told very few people about, but nether the less, I found it amazing. Could anyone tell me their best 'obe' inducing technique? P.S: message is short, as it is done on a 'PSP'.
Rodrigo (1 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-02-26)
Sometimes I experience that same thing. Vibration/humming on the back of my head, then I either sometimes stop it or go straight to the paralized/conscious/aware state (from there is up to you to get scared or enjoy it).
A couple of times I kind of induce that humming. Relaxing, laying on bed, and trying to find a sound/noise that should not be there. The first times I had these experiences I could hear sounds/noises on other rooms of my house, even though nothing materially capable of doing it was there.
When happens I try to relax and imagine myself wrapped in light which, for me, keep away anything if any that could make my experience unpleasant or scary.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-19)
Serp - age matters to me because of my children. I am very protective. A mom who drives kids since I don't work now. They call me for rides. My youngest is 15 so don't write younger than 18 normally in public and never in private. But your generation is strong. This is needed, which concerns me. I think there is a challenge ahead. A cycle. So have fun, relax, and know you will know. It always happens. I hope you fly. I did younger than you so it is okay but where I was, cards and dancing were bad and this was totally out of my league. Flying was just foggy a lot of times and hopeless out of ignorance. Older, it is very clear which is scary sometimes and mostly enlightening. It may be clear now to you for all I know. I know very little. I pray a lot. That is good. I "peak" a lot too and have always. My son finds it disconcerting, but so do adults and spirits. Blonde, but can't pretend to play dumb. Love the jokes though. Have told blonde jokes many times to relax people which is maybe why they exist. I scare people. Bottom line. Parents, teachers, military, school people, professors, work people, those near me. Not the husband though. When you find the right person, it fits. It might feel hopeless and weird, but it will all fit. Be patient.
Serpeius (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-19)
I heard that if you want to go somewhere while on an astral voyage, you picture yourself there. I am not sure if it really works, but I guess its worth a try. As for the type of person I am, I am creative and fifteen years old. I don't know if age impacts experiences such as this. But please, don't judge me by my age.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-19)
Edmund - asking for advice again. I know you don't "voyage," perhaps to keep your perspective on things. Lately, have gotten really curious who or what the "The Voice" or "Guide" or whoever/whatever it is. Never felt I should ask. If we needed to know, would tell us - that was my feeling. When voyaging, most times too dazzled to think of asking. Think I did leave once alone. Not good. But do you think it is alright to know this or is that not good either?
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-19)
The vibration might be "getting to you" because you are torn about the experience. If you aren't comfortable, wait a little while and do them again. Had them when young, sporadically, but they were fuzzy and didn't like them much. Well, my feeling is to trust the guide or whoever. Lately, I've wondered if I should question my guide. Not sure how accurate that term is - but just to be polite. Who are you type of question. Never have asked. Just feels like someone who knows me a lot and is good.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-18)
Serpeius - if you want to voyage, and I'm certainly no expert just have them, I try to relax and drift gently to sleep. I tell myself, so I won't fight them, that I want the experience. When I start feeling myself prepare, I guess the body has to adjust, then I try and stay relaxed and want to leave. For whatever reason, I never stay earthy. Go to airplanes, the sky, the future, the past, odd places. The first few times scared me, but now that I realize what they are and have read about them, can relax more. Hopefully it won't be frightening for you since you are aware. It sounds like you are very close to totally separating. Good luck. I haven't figured out a way to specify a place to go, like I want to go to the south pole. Does anyone have advice?
Serpeius (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-18)
I think it would be a good idea to astral travel. If you wanted to see some obsecure part of the world (like the moon or Antarctica), astral voyages could be the best way to view it and you won't have to suffer the physcial discmoforts (like cold, for example). I really wish to develop my OBE so I can actually go this far. So far, I am lucky to leave my body. And those vibrations and buzzing noises are starting to get to me. I was reading about OBEs the other day, and apparently there are two types: etheric projection and astral projection. The vibration/buzzing noise is usually accompanied by etheric projections, and usually happens when yo consiously try to leave your body. Astral projections are a step up from etheric.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-18)
Serpeius - another thought. Opinions are welcome. I know when my body is "preparing" to astral voyage and that I can leave or stay. While on one, it's interesting and enjoyable. To some degree, it even feels naturalnow. But thinking about them later, they seem very odd. I know that I can get in my car and go to a strip bar, well over 21. Also know it's a bad choice and don't. I'm trying to decide if it's okay or a bad choice to go on these.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-18)
p.s. It really does feel like some part of us leaves. For me it's like a strong wind pulling me out and flying high and far. I've never hoovered around close. It seems we go far sometimes, even to some very unusual locations. But, I think we must keep some part of our self with our body. I was once in a far place when the husband started sneezing loudly. I was aggravated and wanted to tell him to stop because I couldn't be there and be awake at the same time but knew it was impossible to get him to stop because I wasn't near him. He kept sneezing, and I felt myself going back and waking up. It was interesting to me how it worked.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-18)
Serpeius - had to think about your experience a little bit. I might be wrong, but it sounds similar to what happened to me. I was having astral voyages and didn't like them. I decided to stop them and fought them off. I would feel my body preparing, then make myself not let it happen. It was a struggle and I do remember the vibrations were similar to what you described. Eventually it stopped. Years later, decided to let them happen again and made myself relax and "let go" for lack of a better description. They sound a little far out there, and I probably wouldn't believe they were real, except I've seen things in detail and then a day or two later seen the experience on the news. Perhaps it was to convince me they were true and not imagination. Perhaps your body is tuning up for them and your mind isn't quite willing. That is what it sounds like.
Lonnie (1 stories) (22 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
i stand corrected it is really both according to wikipidia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out-of-body_experience
i now close my issue with this
Serpeius (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
It is labeled by this website as an OBE (Out of Body Experience). Words like "of" "or" "the" or "to" don't count, which is why this is OBE instead of OOBE.
Lonnie (1 stories) (22 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
Ok this has bugged me far to long with people labeling this as OBE it OOBE (out of body experince) please from now on use the proper term and not a made up false acronym.
Serpeius (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
Lonnie- the creative side of the brain is on the right side of the brain, and the logic (math and things like that) are on the left. However, thanks for advise. I don't know if I will use the safety word- the OCD is too risky. Another thing, before I go to bed I surround myself with the light of protection and that seems to work (I have never had any nightmares or scary sleeping experiences since then.) The light of protection is an imaginary sphere of light that acts as a sheild. While I had doubts about it at the start, I no longer do. It really works.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
No,reason to be sorry... And lacking... Is not always good... And that causes osteo troubles, which leads to downtake of posture... And vital supports
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
I understood once you told me the initials. We all have them, like astral voyages, just some more. Didn't recognize the initials. Sorry. Hmmm. Medication is tricky. I do think it is good when we lack something, like Vitamin D. It's in milk and sun. We don't get much sun since we don't farm a lot anymore so they put it artificially in milk. Not a lot of difference that I see except you take it or not. Personally, I like milk. Thanks for the post.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
OCD-stands for obsessive-compulsive disorder

"What is obsessive-compulsive disorder?
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an illness that causes people to have unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and to repeat certain behaviors (compulsions) over and over again. We all have habits and routines in our daily lives, such as brushing our teeth before bed. However, for people with OCD, patterns of behavior get in the way of their daily lives.

Most people with OCD know that their obsessions and compulsions make no sense, but they can't ignore or stop them..."

"What are obsessions?
Obsessions are ideas, images and impulses that run through the person's mind over and over again. A person with OCD doesn't want to have these thoughts and finds them disturbing, but he or she can't control them. Sometimes these thoughts just come once in a while and are only mildly annoying. Other times, a person who has OCD will have obsessive thoughts all the time..."

"What are compulsions?
Obsessive thoughts make people who have OCD feel nervous and afraid. They try to get rid of these feelings by performing certain behaviors according to "rules" that they make up for themselves. These behaviors are called compulsions. (Compulsive behaviors are sometimes also called rituals.) For example, a person who has OCD may have obsessive thoughts about germs. Because of these thoughts, the person may wash his or her hands repeatedly after using a public toilet. Performing these behaviors usually only makes the nervous feelings go away for a short time. When the fear and nervousness return, the person who has OCD repeats the routine all over again..."

Go to this website:http://familydoctor.org/online/famdocen/home/common/mentalhealth/anxiety/133.html

Mine is not really like that, except just repeating words inside my head certain images for specific reasons like trying to block myself or trying to get more information... Which can be harmful

Most doctors give medicine, but I do not believe in medicine that only kills you later. Infact obseity is not the number one killer of America, but prescribed drugs... The media just doesn't advertise that... There are ways to treat this without drugs
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
It's not uncommon for a great deal of people to feel this before entering the next stage of sleep, quite normal.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
Ara - feel like a big dumby but what is OCD? You sound very intelligent to me, just sensitive. I don't feel like a lot of repetition is good either.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
Lonnie, I would not do that. Ironically, I used to do the same thing by repeating a 'safety word', but this began to actually harm me instead of help me. By repeating the word over and over again, it can lead to OCD *not like anal retentive as in cleaning, many forms of OCD* but in the mind where you repeat things over and over again... Which can be quite dangerous. To show you how far it went for me I actually got a SPECT scan... For something else, but one of the things it ended up showing is excessive OCD. Now, in person you could never tell that I suffered from it because I don't show it outloud. This later in terms can cause impair of daily thoughts and anxiety. Plus, great things for you overused as you know the saying goes can kill you. Like drinking too much water or inhaling too much oxygen. Same rule applies... And I learned it the hard way. It may not be affecting you now, but if you do it repeatdly trust me it will. I find it very important now to never constantly do the same routine, but to switch things up, because change is highly important for the mind and body.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
Last night I went voyaging. I don't like the "astral" part particularly. Anyway, stayed a long time. Then the husband started sneezing and I thought, I can't stay here and be awake too! Really irritated me a little. He kept sneezing. I got sucked back into my body. I was in a far place, no stars but faces seemed to flash, not sure. But, heard singing. Tried to catch the words, but too far to make out. Wanted to chase them down, but in the dog house anyway so didn't leave. On good behavior and following the rules. When he kept sneezing, went back. I'm in the dog house because I went about a month ago to an off limits place. Well it was my last chance to see an old friend, but knew, some way, not to do it. I flew anyway. I'm not the best rule person.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-17)
Gaelrid - read your story earlier. It happened on my birthday actually. In a way, I'm the toothless, old village woman, but not really. Beyond that, I went to this place once. I saw a place like this only not so much detail and more area around it. I've flown many times, twice last night. I seldom write those under 20 and you are my youngest son's age. His friends like me so maybe not a total loss. I'm just careful who I write on the net because it feels a little ichy to me. Gave my email to be honest, but don't write people in private. I'm a public type of person. Open. Tell your friends not to trust the private ones - as the village old woman. Voyages are real. I did it a few times when young too. But - did have the brains not to let it rule me. Let it go and studied a while. It's fun though. I seldom write younger people, not that I think less of them, but to be polite. Some adults are not nice on the internet and never trust any of them. As an adult, I don't trust them either. So I don't write younger people usually, but in the open I guess it is okay since we saw the same place. I thought it was neat too. Blew me away a little.
Gaelrid (5 stories) (53 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-16)
Glenda, I don't think its beacause I'm not ready, cause I did project once (for details look at my story: My OBE)
Lonnie (1 stories) (22 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-16)
Before I head off to work I will explain the "safety word"
Basically you can make a word for yourself any word and repeat it many times in your head, say once I say this word I will return out of my state. You can also use a jesture (like making a fist) but once you hit the theta brain wave state you can no longer do this that why I say use a safety word. Drawing and being creative is connected to the left side of your brain. So I guess one could say it maybe connected to psychic's but I think its just creative thining.

Start trying to read a clock when you have these feelings and record it. Their could be a link with earth time.
Serpeius (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-16)
Thanks. I am trying to apply to a hard to get school but I am not facing any HUGE decisions that occupy my time and mind. I also like to draw a lot and I am very creative (I read somewhere it is connected to psychic ability, but I am not sure if it is true). What do you mean by key or safety word? How do I make one? Also, after my OBE experiences, I feel tired. Another thing I probably should have mentioned- is that I get them several times a week, but I don't really leave my body. I just get this vibration. The electrical noise only comes when I actually try to leave my body (like the buzzing noise I heard when I saw my hand leave my body.) It also takes place either in early morning or occasionaly at night. Sometimes it can happen several times at night and I can't get sleep. I also feel that I can't always control it. This is very intersting and I want do develop it to a level where I travel on the astral plane. Does anyone have any tips?
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-01-16)
Lonnie - I am so happy for you! Some people may doubt it, but I've done it just a little too. Love the medical profession. It's a partnership. In fact, nursing manuals now teach healing touch, in their matter of fact way. I am chattering in between house jobs today. I feel so happy, and relieved! Almost a month ago voyaged and got in trouble a little. Went to see an old friend, last chance for awhile I think, but others around weren't happy. I was intruding. Opps. Wasn't suppose to be there. Last night voyaged, twice, for the first time since then. I was very careful to only go where I was allowed. Animals are like that with me too. Was about to let out the cat once but saw a lizard on the deck and didn't want it hurt. Went out and waved and shooed and everything, but it wouldn't leave. Finally picked it up, fussing, and put it in the yard. Then it walked away. I told the hubby that it was pitiful when I couldn't scare a lizard away. Haha! How are you pursuing this healing, in general?

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