Astral Projection Dreams
When you remember your dreams at, are they fuzzy and incoherent? Do you ever wonder why people talk about astral projection dreams as if the images were in sharp focus and with subject matter actually make sense? What is the quality of normal dreams so badly reduced from dreams during astral projection sleep?
I live in Canada and the most recently produced large denomination currency here is made of plastic paper. One of the special features of these new banknotes is that the denomination is visual and it is also in braille for the blind. I run my finger over the braille bumps on the $50 and then over the $100 but my sense of touch is not anywhere near sensitive enough to differentiate between the two. I can’t imagine myself ever being able to read a book in braille.
But if I were to become actually blind I’m sure that I would soon be able to read in braille because when one primary sense is lost, the others become extra keen in order to compensate. Or is that the real situation? How could a sense of touch suddenly become more acute when the skin and nerves remain the same? I suggest that the actual sense doesn’t improve but rather that blind person is able to employ more attention and brainpower to the tactile sense because those mental resources are not being used by processing and interpreting the input of the lost sense of sight. Or to put it simply, a blind person’s ability to feel a braille embossed surface does not have the distraction of a visual stream of data. So what the heck does this have to do with astral projection dreams being different from normal sleep?
Enjoy Astral Projection Dreams Easily
Well what you’ve been taught, told, or just believed about your imagination is not actually correct. Your imagination is not your mind’s creativity. Your imagination is the primary sensory organ that you view what is actually happening in the astral realm with. Your dreams are not something you’re making up in your head. Those low resolution dreams are actual presentations that you are watching, hearing and feeling through your sense of imagination.
And the difference between astral projection dreams and dreams during normal sleep is the same as the difference between a blind person’s ultra sensitive sense of touch and my inability to tell a $50 note from a $100 bill by feeling the braille.
Astral Projection Sleep
When your consciousness leaves your body for an astral projecting trip, you will experience a sudden feeling of ultimate freedom. I believe that a substantial part of that feeling of liberty is that your consciousness no longer has the strenuous task of processing and interpreting all the clutter of input from the physical eyes, ears, nose and from millions of nerve endings. And without other distractions, the entire focus of a consciousness can be on what the imagination is seeing and hearing during an astral projection dream.
Try thinking of your imagination during an astral projection sleep dream and while being in a normal sleep dream as being like looking at the stars through a space based telescope or through a ground based one. Obviously the cloudy blanket of the atmosphere drastically reduces the high definition image quality.
My last words here in this astral projection dreams article are blunt ones. Do you believe your spirit will have an eternity? Well, what enjoyment would you have in heaven if you were deaf and blind there because physical ears and eyes were left behind in your buried or cremated body. Of course your soul has sensory capability. The spirit sees, hears, smells and feels by the imagination and when you come to grips with what the imagination really is then you’ll be ready to experience some truly amazing astral vistas and enjoy some fabulous astral projection dreams with it.