|Posted on May 10, 2012 at 8:45 PM|
What's an OOBE? Or an OBE? It's an out of body experience. Astral travel is another term.
Last night I dreamed of John Cena. That was a new experience for me, as I know of him, but I don't follow wrestling so I have no attachment to him. I just admire him for his charity work. From the little I know of him he seems like a very nice man.
So what does this have to do with OOBE? It's this. My dream was definitely a dream, because I know the events were symbolic. But the feeling and appearance of the dream were very much like an OOBE.
I know that my OOBE dreams are distinct from regular dreams. I recall my dreams in vivid detail, so they are easy to analyze. My distinctions may be different from yours, so don't think that what I have to report is what you should experience. It likely won't be the same.
My regular dreams are very vivid and bright. The OOBE ones are more dull and shadowy, maybe a little hazy.
My regular dreams are like I am watching a movie of myself. My OOBE dreams are in-body experiences.
Wait - did I just say that? How can my out of body dreams be IN body? I don't know. I just know that in my OOBE dreams I am looking through my own eyes, and in my regular dreams I am looking at myself.
And there is something about reading and counting that is different. I think that if I write something in an OOBE dream and it gets erased I can write it again. But in my regular dreams the writing seems to change or not make sense.
It's the same way with counting money or reading a page.
Oh! And the OOBE dreams feel more personal to me, more intimate somehow.
So what about you? Can you tell the difference between a regular dream and an OOBE dream? I'd love to hear about your own experiences. Leave a comment on Facebook or send me an email. It's fascinating stuff!
All this talk of dreams is making me sleepy. So it's off to bed I go. Sweet dreams, everybody! And until next time, live happily psychic!
Categories: Astral Travel