Messages From Out Of Body Experiences

While traveling 'out of body' you usually experience many places and events, during which time messages will be given to you.

These messages generally are in the fomr of symbols or archetypes that you may or may not recognize. They trigger something in your soul memeory, whether you consciously recognize them or not.

These messages can come from many places:

  • The girds formed by creational gemometry that create our reality

  • Another aspect of your soul experiencing in another reality

  • Someone you consider a higher teacher: Your Spirit Guides, Ascended Master, Alien Being, Angels or other Icons lined with a religious system.

  • You could even pick up information transferred from the planet Earth to satellites in space and back. Do not misinterpret what you receive. [This takes time and practice]. Remember that we are all have multidimensional experiences and that there is no linear time.

    You can travel out of your body while reclining or while sitting. Some people do it while walking down the street. It is important for you to control this experience and not just get 'yanked' out of your body. Reality becomes more fluid these days and one must still maintain control of their 3D experience.

    If out of body experience are out of control - the person may have a mental illness and need to consult a psychiatrist.


    Leaving the body but staying attached by a silver cord.

    NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE: Leaving the physical body and traveling into another part of the grid program.

    REMOTE VIEWING: Getting message by being aware of more than one experience you are having at the same time.

    SOUL TRAVEL: The soul connects with other aspects of itself experiencing in other realities. As the concept of Time' is part of the illusion of 3D - with training one can learn to view other experiences their soul is having.

    Doctors create out-of-body sensations

    September 18, 2002 - BBC

    Doctors create out-of-body sensations.

    Doctors say they have triggered out-of-body experiences in a female patient by stimulating her brain.

    They believe their work may help to explain mysterious incidents when people report experiences of 'leaving' their body and watching it from above.

    The doctors did not set out to achieve the effect - they were actually treating the women for epilepsy.

    Neurologist Professor Olaf Blanke and colleagues at Geneva University Hospital in Switzerland were using electrodes to stimulate the brain.

    They found that stimulating one spot - the angular gyrus in the right cortex - repeatedly caused out-of-body experiences (OBEs).

    Initially, the stimulations caused the woman to feel she was "sinking" into the bed, or falling from a height.

    When the current amplitude was increased, she reported leaving her body.


    She told the doctors: "I see myself lying in bed, from above, but I only see my legs and lower trunk."

    Further stimulations led to a feeling of lightness and "floating" close to the ceiling.

    The patient was then asked to watch her real legs as current was passed through the electrodes attached to her head.

    This time she reported her legs "becoming shorter". If bent, her legs appeared to be moving quickly towards her face, causing her to take evasive action.

    A similar effect happened when she was asked to look at her outstretched arms.

    The left arm appeared shortened, but the right arm was unaffected.

    If both arms were bent by 90 degrees at the elbow, the woman felt her left lower arm and hand were moving towards her face.

    The doctors believe the angular gyrus plays an important role in matching up visual information and the brain's touch and balance representation of the body.

    When the two become dissociated, an out-body-experience may result.

    Writing in the journal Nature, the Swiss team said out-of-body experiences tended to be short-lived, and to disappear when a person attempts to inspect the illusory body or body part.

    Greater awareness

    Professor Blanke told BBC News Online that out of body sensations may be caused by an overactive angular gyrus. Alternatively, the electrical stimulation might actually have depressed activity in the area.

    He said it was impossible to rule out possibility that other areas of the brain were also involved.

    He said there was no evidence to suggest that out-of-body experiences were linked to epilepsy.

    "OBEs have been reported in neurological patients with epilepsy, migraine and after cerebral strokes, but they also appear in healthy subjects.

    "Awareness of a biological basis of OBEs might allow some patients who suffer frequently from OBEs to talk about them more openly.

    "In addition, physicians might take the phenomenon more seriously and carry out necessary investigations such as an EEG, MRI, and neurological examinations."