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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


Yes, I've had several. I remember my first time like it was yesterday (it was in 1993- wow 20 years ago). I have had several since. I too feel the buzzing and hear a really loud noise, it always startles me bc I'm like "doesn't anyone else hear that?" Then I realize I'm floating out. It's really cool, and very exhilarating. I hear it can happen more often if you travel, maybe unfamiliar surroundings contribute to it?
"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." - T. S. Eliot
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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


Yes, I've had several. I remember my first time like it was yesterday (it was in 1993- wow 20 years ago). I have had several since. I too feel the buzzing and hear a really loud noise, it always startles me bc I'm like "doesn't anyone else hear that?" Then I realize I'm floating out. It's really cool, and very exhilarating. I hear it can happen more often if you travel, maybe unfamiliar surroundings contribute to it?
 Quoting: eekers


Did you ever get scared when it first started happening? Did you see anything amazing or just enjoyed the flying/floating part of it?

Its funny because my Mother always TRIES to have one and can't and it just kinda happened to me. IDK why but maybe you're right about traveling. Would make sense in my case.

-Peace and Love
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Excuse my ignorance, what is an MBE?
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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


Yes, I've had several. I remember my first time like it was yesterday (it was in 1993- wow 20 years ago). I have had several since. I too feel the buzzing and hear a really loud noise, it always startles me bc I'm like "doesn't anyone else hear that?" Then I realize I'm floating out. It's really cool, and very exhilarating. I hear it can happen more often if you travel, maybe unfamiliar surroundings contribute to it?
 Quoting: eekers


Did you ever get scared when it first started happening? Did you see anything amazing or just enjoyed the flying/floating part of it?

Its funny because my Mother always TRIES to have one and can't and it just kinda happened to me. IDK why but maybe you're right about traveling. Would make sense in my case.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


The first time I was mainly startled, but not really scared. I felt an overwhelming feeling of butterflies in my stomach, and I was really flying. I have had dreams of flying before but this was totally different, like I was on a roller coaster, and I was very lucid. It was great. After that I started doing some research (I was in 10th grade at the time, sleeping at my grandparents' house bc we were displaced after Hurricane Andrew) and found out what OBEs were. All the "symptoms" matched up. Since then I have been really into experimenting with them. WHile I don't get them as often as I would like, when I do it's very exciting and unmistakable. I find that when I TRY too hard, once I notice that I'm leaving, I sometimes snap back. I think it's because I try to overanalyze it or I get too excited. When they happen spontaneously, I'm more successful at it, so maybe the key is to relax.
"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." - T. S. Eliot
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I've gotten the vibrating feeling while trying to induce one, chickened out and stopped it though. And I've had a few possible obes, one didnt scare me, I didn't know what was happening, the other did when I was suddenly thrown and zapped back into my body, that's what it felt like it and the other I could feel myself being pulled out of my body and tried to pull myself back in. Those were all involuntary obes
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No, I have an MBE.
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Excuse my ignorance, what is an MBE?
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MBE is Member of the British Empire. OBE is Order of the British Empire.
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I've gotten the vibrating feeling while trying to induce one, chickened out and stopped it though. And I've had a few possible obes, one didnt scare me, I didn't know what was happening, the other did when I was suddenly thrown and zapped back into my body, that's what it felt like it and the other I could feel myself being pulled out of my body and tried to pull myself back in. Those were all involuntary obes
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Yeah the involuntary ones definitely catch you by surprise! Have you seen figures around you when they happen? It's happened to me a couple of times. The first time I heard really loud bickering at the foot of my bed, like two asian ladies screaming at each other. That happened when I was in college (and no I wasn't drunk LOL). I thought I'd be more scared, but I wasn't. They eventually fizzled out, then I woke up.
"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." - T. S. Eliot
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I have had more than I can count. Vibrational state is the perfect time to 'ride it'. Keep your emotions in check, and enjoy the ride. Though, sometimes it can get a little scary.
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Excuse my ignorance, what is an MBE?
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MBE is Member of the British Empire. OBE is Order of the British Empire.
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Are you fucking stupid or what? You fucking dunce, no wonder Americans are better than you at ice hockey.
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I've gotten the vibrating feeling while trying to induce one, chickened out and stopped it though. And I've had a few possible obes, one didnt scare me, I didn't know what was happening, the other did when I was suddenly thrown and zapped back into my body, that's what it felt like it and the other I could feel myself being pulled out of my body and tried to pull myself back in. Those were all involuntary obes
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Yeah the involuntary ones definitely catch you by surprise! Have you seen figures around you when they happen? It's happened to me a couple of times. The first time I heard really loud bickering at the foot of my bed, like two asian ladies screaming at each other. That happened when I was in college (and no I wasn't drunk LOL). I thought I'd be more scared, but I wasn't. They eventually fizzled out, then I woke up.
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Never seen figures but have gotten paranoid about demons being in the room while trying to induce obes before, only to open my eyes, mess it up and see that nothing was there.
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Excuse my ignorance, what is an MBE?
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MBE is Member of the British Empire. OBE is Order of the British Empire.
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Are you fucking stupid or what? You fucking dunce, no wonder Americans are better than you at ice hockey.
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Anyone is better than me at ice hockey. I have never played.
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I have had more than I can count. Vibrational state is the perfect time to 'ride it'. Keep your emotions in check, and enjoy the ride. Though, sometimes it can get a little scary.
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Yes! Vibrational state is also really good for cleansing your aura and controlling your bioenergies. you can induce it at will if you practice. other good energy exercises are exteriorizing your energies and absorbing but you gotta be careful you don't pick up negative stuff. vibrational state helps clean your energy field, you can induce it by moving it up and down, like scanning your body so to speak.

While I don't get scared when I wake up in a VS, I do notice sometimes I think about it too much so I snap out of it. I have to be conscious enough to be like , oh ok relax, and ride it out, like you said.
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I've gotten the vibrating feeling while trying to induce one, chickened out and stopped it though. And I've had a few possible obes, one didnt scare me, I didn't know what was happening, the other did when I was suddenly thrown and zapped back into my body, that's what it felt like it and the other I could feel myself being pulled out of my body and tried to pull myself back in. Those were all involuntary obes
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Yeah the involuntary ones definitely catch you by surprise! Have you seen figures around you when they happen? It's happened to me a couple of times. The first time I heard really loud bickering at the foot of my bed, like two asian ladies screaming at each other. That happened when I was in college (and no I wasn't drunk LOL). I thought I'd be more scared, but I wasn't. They eventually fizzled out, then I woke up.
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Never seen figures but have gotten paranoid about demons being in the room while trying to induce obes before, only to open my eyes, mess it up and see that nothing was there.
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Yeah, I notice I have a different sense of perception in that state. Maybe there were other beings in the room and you felt their presence energetically.
"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." - T. S. Eliot
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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


Yes, I've had several. I remember my first time like it was yesterday (it was in 1993- wow 20 years ago). I have had several since. I too feel the buzzing and hear a really loud noise, it always startles me bc I'm like "doesn't anyone else hear that?" Then I realize I'm floating out. It's really cool, and very exhilarating. I hear it can happen more often if you travel, maybe unfamiliar surroundings contribute to it?
 Quoting: eekers


Did you ever get scared when it first started happening? Did you see anything amazing or just enjoyed the flying/floating part of it?

Its funny because my Mother always TRIES to have one and can't and it just kinda happened to me. IDK why but maybe you're right about traveling. Would make sense in my case.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


The first time I was mainly startled, but not really scared. I felt an overwhelming feeling of butterflies in my stomach, and I was really flying. I have had dreams of flying before but this was totally different, like I was on a roller coaster, and I was very lucid. It was great. After that I started doing some research (I was in 10th grade at the time, sleeping at my grandparents' house bc we were displaced after Hurricane Andrew) and found out what OBEs were. All the "symptoms" matched up. Since then I have been really into experimenting with them. WHile I don't get them as often as I would like, when I do it's very exciting and unmistakable. I find that when I TRY too hard, once I notice that I'm leaving, I sometimes snap back. I think it's because I try to overanalyze it or I get too excited. When they happen spontaneously, I'm more successful at it, so maybe the key is to relax.
 Quoting: eekers


Yes dreams of flying/floating are VERY different than the OBE experience. I am a very relaxed person by nature, so maybe thats why it just happened nightly.

I told my Mother what happened and she explained what it was. She's very into that type of thing. When I was a teenager I could "dream" and leave my body and actually see what other people were doing, they would confirm it with me. I would also dream the same dreams as others. Very weird. Well my Mom said I had a gift but it freaked me out too much so I asked for it to stop and it did for 20+ years until the last few years.

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Yes, I've had several. I remember my first time like it was yesterday (it was in 1993- wow 20 years ago). I have had several since. I too feel the buzzing and hear a really loud noise, it always startles me bc I'm like "doesn't anyone else hear that?" Then I realize I'm floating out. It's really cool, and very exhilarating. I hear it can happen more often if you travel, maybe unfamiliar surroundings contribute to it?
 Quoting: eekers


Did you ever get scared when it first started happening? Did you see anything amazing or just enjoyed the flying/floating part of it?

Its funny because my Mother always TRIES to have one and can't and it just kinda happened to me. IDK why but maybe you're right about traveling. Would make sense in my case.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


The first time I was mainly startled, but not really scared. I felt an overwhelming feeling of butterflies in my stomach, and I was really flying. I have had dreams of flying before but this was totally different, like I was on a roller coaster, and I was very lucid. It was great. After that I started doing some research (I was in 10th grade at the time, sleeping at my grandparents' house bc we were displaced after Hurricane Andrew) and found out what OBEs were. All the "symptoms" matched up. Since then I have been really into experimenting with them. WHile I don't get them as often as I would like, when I do it's very exciting and unmistakable. I find that when I TRY too hard, once I notice that I'm leaving, I sometimes snap back. I think it's because I try to overanalyze it or I get too excited. When they happen spontaneously, I'm more successful at it, so maybe the key is to relax.
 Quoting: eekers


Yes dreams of flying/floating are VERY different than the OBE experience. I am a very relaxed person by nature, so maybe thats why it just happened nightly.

I told my Mother what happened and she explained what it was. She's very into that type of thing. When I was a teenager I could "dream" and leave my body and actually see what other people were doing, they would confirm it with me. I would also dream the same dreams as others. Very weird. Well my Mom said I had a gift but it freaked me out too much so I asked for it to stop and it did for 20+ years until the last few years.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


That's awesome. Embrace it, it's a gift.
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I've gotten the vibrating feeling while trying to induce one, chickened out and stopped it though. And I've had a few possible obes, one didnt scare me, I didn't know what was happening, the other did when I was suddenly thrown and zapped back into my body, that's what it felt like it and the other I could feel myself being pulled out of my body and tried to pull myself back in. Those were all involuntary obes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 684982


Yeah the involuntary ones definitely catch you by surprise! Have you seen figures around you when they happen? It's happened to me a couple of times. The first time I heard really loud bickering at the foot of my bed, like two asian ladies screaming at each other. That happened when I was in college (and no I wasn't drunk LOL). I thought I'd be more scared, but I wasn't. They eventually fizzled out, then I woke up.
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Never seen figures but have gotten paranoid about demons being in the room while trying to induce obes before, only to open my eyes, mess it up and see that nothing was there.
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The only time I have had a BAD OBE experience was a month ago when I felt something dark and sinister trying to pull my soul out of my body. It was a struggle and scary and I had to rebuke whatever it was in the name of Jesus to make it stop. I started crying afterwards.

- Peace and Love
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Did you ever get scared when it first started happening? Did you see anything amazing or just enjoyed the flying/floating part of it?

Its funny because my Mother always TRIES to have one and can't and it just kinda happened to me. IDK why but maybe you're right about traveling. Would make sense in my case.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


The first time I was mainly startled, but not really scared. I felt an overwhelming feeling of butterflies in my stomach, and I was really flying. I have had dreams of flying before but this was totally different, like I was on a roller coaster, and I was very lucid. It was great. After that I started doing some research (I was in 10th grade at the time, sleeping at my grandparents' house bc we were displaced after Hurricane Andrew) and found out what OBEs were. All the "symptoms" matched up. Since then I have been really into experimenting with them. WHile I don't get them as often as I would like, when I do it's very exciting and unmistakable. I find that when I TRY too hard, once I notice that I'm leaving, I sometimes snap back. I think it's because I try to overanalyze it or I get too excited. When they happen spontaneously, I'm more successful at it, so maybe the key is to relax.
 Quoting: eekers


Yes dreams of flying/floating are VERY different than the OBE experience. I am a very relaxed person by nature, so maybe thats why it just happened nightly.

I told my Mother what happened and she explained what it was. She's very into that type of thing. When I was a teenager I could "dream" and leave my body and actually see what other people were doing, they would confirm it with me. I would also dream the same dreams as others. Very weird. Well my Mom said I had a gift but it freaked me out too much so I asked for it to stop and it did for 20+ years until the last few years.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


That's awesome. Embrace it, it's a gift.
 Quoting: eekers


Thank you. Yes I'm more inclined to embrace it now that I'm older.

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I've gotten the vibrating feeling while trying to induce one, chickened out and stopped it though. And I've had a few possible obes, one didnt scare me, I didn't know what was happening, the other did when I was suddenly thrown and zapped back into my body, that's what it felt like it and the other I could feel myself being pulled out of my body and tried to pull myself back in. Those were all involuntary obes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 684982


Yeah the involuntary ones definitely catch you by surprise! Have you seen figures around you when they happen? It's happened to me a couple of times. The first time I heard really loud bickering at the foot of my bed, like two asian ladies screaming at each other. That happened when I was in college (and no I wasn't drunk LOL). I thought I'd be more scared, but I wasn't. They eventually fizzled out, then I woke up.
 Quoting: eekers


Never seen figures but have gotten paranoid about demons being in the room while trying to induce obes before, only to open my eyes, mess it up and see that nothing was there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 684982


The only time I have had a BAD OBE experience was a month ago when I felt something dark and sinister trying to pull my soul out of my body. It was a struggle and scary and I had to rebuke whatever it was in the name of Jesus to make it stop. I started crying afterwards.

- Peace and Love
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don't laugh, but earlier this year I had a spontaneous one and saw 2 figures, one looked normal, but the other one looked like your stereotypical alien. tall, skinny, greenish-grey with the big eyes. you'd think I'd be scared, but the only reaction I had was like an A-HA moment of thinking "maybe all these people thinking they are getting abducted by aliens and probed are really just having OBEs!" It was so clear to me. maybe the "aliens" everyone keeps describing are just extraphysical beings that look different than humans, like a ghost with no features or something like that. I don't know, it was just a cool realization to me at the moment, and then someone recently posted a video here that describes all bizarre unexplainable phenomena as different instances of the same altered-like state of consciousness that we experience during OBEs. it just really resonated with me bc it helps sort out a lot of unexplainable stuff that has happened to me before I even knew of this site. let me see if I can find it...
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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
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did you also felt the center of the chest?
when i had my full blown obe (or etheric double to be more correct) i was moving my body projecting my intention from the center of the chest
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OK found it, it's a video called The Phase, and it was posted in this thread Thread: DO YOU THINK you've been ABDUCTED/CONTACTED BY EXTRATERRESTRIALS????? (you might have to scroll through some asinine comments, but eventually it gets to the meat of it LOL).

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I was really glad OP posted it bc I have experienced all those things, just never thought to group it into one experience, but always thought of them as many isolated ones. Just gave me a different perspective.
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Excuse my ignorance, what is an MBE?
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MBE is Member of the British Empire. OBE is Order of the British Empire.
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Are you fucking stupid or what? You fucking dunce, no wonder Americans are better than you at ice hockey.
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Anyone is better than me at ice hockey. I have never played.
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LOL and okay, too funny.

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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
 Quoting: sweetnsour


did you also felt the center of the chest?
when i had my full blown obe (or etheric double to be more correct) i was moving my body projecting my intention from the center of the chest
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There are many techniques to leave your body, and they work differently for different people. I have left through both the head and the feet, but not really the chest that I can remember, although I have heard of that in the past. I have also rolled out like I'm rolling over in bed and then noticed myself sleeping, then I realized Oh crap, I'm out! Other techniques I've heard of include pretending you're on a hammock, to "shake" your energetic body loose and other things like that.
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Excuse my ignorance, what is an MBE?
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MBE is Member of the British Empire. OBE is Order of the British Empire.
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Are you fucking stupid or what? You fucking dunce, no wonder Americans are better than you at ice hockey.
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Anyone is better than me at ice hockey. I have never played.
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That's right I forgot you were busy playing with your thin penis in your mothers basement.
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MBE is Member of the British Empire. OBE is Order of the British Empire.
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Are you fucking stupid or what? You fucking dunce, no wonder Americans are better than you at ice hockey.
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Anyone is better than me at ice hockey. I have never played.
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LOL and okay, too funny.

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You'll get off the peace and love wagon soon enough when someone pisses you off, like an Asian driver in traffic.
And you will want to, if not actually punch them in the face!
Stop kidding yourself, we are animals like all other animals, we have our instincts.
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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
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did you also felt the center of the chest?
when i had my full blown obe (or etheric double to be more correct) i was moving my body projecting my intention from the center of the chest
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Yes! AND I have felt fluttering on my third eye and under my chin-(which I thought was unique)

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When I lived in SC I used to feel as though I was going to have an OBE. My ears would start ringing and buzzing and body would start vibrating.This would happen almost nightly. I knew what was happening but I would stop it from happening because I was scared.

One night my hubby was annoying me(lol), so I slept in the guest bedroom and it started happening again. This time I just let go and let it happen. I was flying in the sky over tree tops, buildings and a cemetary. It was really cool and I felt so free.

The thing is, since I moved back to NY, it stopped. Perplexing.

If anyone else has had OBE's, please share and tell us about your experience.

-Peace and Love
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did you also felt the center of the chest?
when i had my full blown obe (or etheric double to be more correct) i was moving my body projecting my intention from the center of the chest
 Quoting: andreidita


There are many techniques to leave your body, and they work differently for different people. I have left through both the head and the feet, but not really the chest that I can remember, although I have heard of that in the past. I have also rolled out like I'm rolling over in bed and then noticed myself sleeping, then I realized Oh crap, I'm out! Other techniques I've heard of include pretending you're on a hammock, to "shake" your energetic body loose and other things like that.
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the fact is that prior to this experience, i had a few obe when i was fully conscious and i felt my (etheric) body starting to raise.
just that in those occurrences i could not see, and the mind panicked.
when i was awake through the heart center, at first i was convinced that i am normally awake, and i awaked normally from bed.
i realized that i am not in the physical body when i felt a magnetic sensation in my feet.
although i could fly, the reality was 100% like the normal one. with solid floor and walls.
this was my big surprise when i wanted to enter through a wall, and it had 100% the same texture as in the regular awake state
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Are you fucking stupid or what? You fucking dunce, no wonder Americans are better than you at ice hockey.
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Anyone is better than me at ice hockey. I have never played.
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LOL and okay, too funny.

-Peace and Love
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You'll get off the peace and love wagon soon enough when someone pisses you off, like an Asian driver in traffic.
And you will want to, if not actually punch them in the face!
Stop kidding yourself, we are animals like all other animals, we have our instincts.
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Well thats why my user name is sweetnsour. People do piss me off and I stand up for myself, BUT in a way that is looking to resolve rather than instigate.

Don't be so upset that I chose peace and love above all else. Thats a question you need to ask yourself...why are you upset about that?

We are animals and have those instincts as well BUT it is looking towards the higher road and chosing to respond from the heart.

I think you're funny with the Asian driver thing. Reminds me of something my hubby would say. *smiles*

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Yeah the involuntary ones definitely catch you by surprise! Have you seen figures around you when they happen? It's happened to me a couple of times. The first time I heard really loud bickering at the foot of my bed, like two asian ladies screaming at each other. That happened when I was in college (and no I wasn't drunk LOL). I thought I'd be more scared, but I wasn't. They eventually fizzled out, then I woke up.
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Never seen figures but have gotten paranoid about demons being in the room while trying to induce obes before, only to open my eyes, mess it up and see that nothing was there.
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The only time I have had a BAD OBE experience was a month ago when I felt something dark and sinister trying to pull my soul out of my body. It was a struggle and scary and I had to rebuke whatever it was in the name of Jesus to make it stop. I started crying afterwards.

- Peace and Love
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don't laugh, but earlier this year I had a spontaneous one and saw 2 figures, one looked normal, but the other one looked like your stereotypical alien. tall, skinny, greenish-grey with the big eyes. you'd think I'd be scared, but the only reaction I had was like an A-HA moment of thinking "maybe all these people thinking they are getting abducted by aliens and probed are really just having OBEs!" It was so clear to me. maybe the "aliens" everyone keeps describing are just extraphysical beings that look different than humans, like a ghost with no features or something like that. I don't know, it was just a cool realization to me at the moment, and then someone recently posted a video here that describes all bizarre unexplainable phenomena as different instances of the same altered-like state of consciousness that we experience during OBEs. it just really resonated with me bc it helps sort out a lot of unexplainable stuff that has happened to me before I even knew of this site. let me see if I can find it...
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Yes that definetly could be. Who knows. Nothing in life is set in stone. Every experience is unique and I think we are all trying to figure things out, if thats even remotely possible.

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