My First Experience Project
First time remembering Astral projection
From the time I was about ten I can remember this sensation of my consciousness leaving my physical body. It was something that scared me so much I didn't want to sleep, for months I would try not to sleep doing everything humanly possible to keep this from happening. By the time I was 13 I found out what this thing that scared the hell out of me was called. It's Astro Projection.
I always thought this was something fictional something you would only find in the movies. But the more I read, watched and learned about it. I came to realize this thing that I thought couldn't be real was whats happening to me.
I never seen my body or anything like that. But what I can remember from my first time is. Fear but not my fear it was coming from my brothers room. me being the older brother I want in to see what was going on. I thought he had watched something he wasn't so post to so he was having a bad dream. When I walked in the room that's not what was going on.
I really wasn't able to make anything out except there was a shape standing over his bed, it wasn't hurting him I think it was trying to show or tell him something. It was only there for a spilt second Before it was like nothing was there after that he was fine sleeping like nothing happened.
With that I fell over to wake up back in my body, next the day I asked him if he knew what was going on he didn't. I chalked it up to my overactive imagination, it still scared me but I really don't think any more of it till the next night When it happened again, it was the same out come. Over the time span of 3 to 4 months this thing Stoped showing up.
I don't think it was a ghost or anything like that, I think it was someone on the astral plane trying to find out what they can do, what are the limitations.
This was the first experience I can remembe, now that I'm older and no longer scared I see more, I fell more, I remember more. As a kid I was scared now I'm open to see it all. But this was nothing to some of the other I came across.
Things get more weird.
© 2018 James Teller