More often than not meditation is intended to calm an individual and allow the free flow of thought. This is considered the standard meditative practice – one which permits the forethoughts of everyday life to take the back seat to matters of deeper significance pertaining to our existence. However, some individuals do seek something more from meditation. They do not just seek peace of mind within themselves, but rather are in search for a universal truth that few have found thus far. This is to say that some individuals have chosen meditative paths based upon the desire to achieve an out-of-body experience.
Sometimes referred to as OBE’s or OOBE’s, out-of-body experiences are in layman’s terms the spiritual travel into an altered realm of existence. Please note that an alternate realm is to be distinguished from an altered state of consciousness. Meditation is very useful in assisting an individual to induce an altered state of consciousness. This means that the individual is not thinking in the same manner in which they had been prior to meditating. As an example, if you had been thinking about what to prepare for dinner for your family prior to a meditation session, and afterwards are reflecting about the history of mankind, you have indeed succeeded in reaching an alternate consciousness. However, to reach an alternate realm of existence signifies that the self-essence, or soul, has wholly detached itself from the body, or physical realm, to reach the spiritual realm. It has been declared by Edgar Cayce amongst others who have claimed to access the Akasha Records that the spiritual realm is the domain of the divine.
Though it would seem as if an out-of-body experience represents the truest form of discovery and truth, it is not necessarily the most beneficial route to be taken. Moreover, this route is not always voluntary. Many individuals with epilepsy are more prone to these experiences, and the average "Joe" is likely unable to reach the spiritual realm regardless of the effort put forth.
Additionally, if an individual seeks an out-of-body experience, there are certain warnings that must be heeded. The conscious stride to become a conscious visitor in the spiritual realm often stems from a strong desire to know more about the divine. Some individuals, however, take this a step farther and utilize these experiences to acquire divine qualities. In Wicca, as well as other religions, the practice of invocation is used to summon a deity within the human who now only serves as an avatar. If the invocation is successful, the individual who is acting as an avatar might attempt to remain in the spiritual realm while the divine would be stuck in the physical realm. This, in essence, is a form of deification in which the human body now holds divine power and the human soul remains with Akasha. 



Date 11/16/2014

Female body. I have had an out of body experiment while sleeping in my bed. When I left my body, I was looking down at myself sleeping in my bed, and I was floating up on the ceiling of my room. I thought to myself am I dead? It was quite an experience . I have also traveled back into my mothers child hood in a very real dream state . When I told my mother, she confirmed my very description of this dream to be true to fact. I don't know how to control when this happens, but it appears to be when I am sleeping. I would like to learn how to control this at will and better understand how I'm doing this, but I never remember because I'm asleep but I do remember the experience the next morning as a reality. Jill

Bonnie Stump

Date 11/16/2014

That is one of the best written explanations about the connection between meditation and having the OBE than I have read in a long time if ever. I am always trying to explain to people who wish to enhance their psychic abilities that this is the way to do it and often I get the response, "Well, I can't meditate..." and I just shake my head and think what a great experience they are missing, but that is their choice. Thanks for the well written explanation.


Date 11/16/2014

This is a state of conscious when successfully achieved then a person becomes a channel of the divine force where all thoughts against humanity are replaced with selflessness.


Date 11/16/2014

Thank you for the great article. I was wondering; are OBE's the same or similar to astral projection? My older sister and brother have talked of their ability to do this deliberately, but also warned of potential "dangers" of doing it. I'd love to know more. Thanks so much for all you do to keep your clients informed. You are all great! :-)

Raimundo Rivas

Date 11/16/2014

Hi I have a question Do u have a ritual/ charm That will help me to experience The O BE MUCH EASIER THANK U


Date 11/16/2014

i always try leave the body but have severe neck pain cause it calls for total motionless situation .


Date 11/17/2014

sir I love this out-of-body experiences can you help me with and item to enable me do it and have my own out-of-body experiences?waiting to hear from you.

riley sharp

Date 11/18/2014

it all seems correct what you are saying but I was always told something about keeping your eyes on a circle a cirlcle of light and then always your self too get closer too the light of well something like that and by the way I am all good here im good people you will see

Sandy Greenleaf

Date 11/19/2014

I had an experience before I had ever heard of this phenomena. I found myself in some stranger's kitchen, and the impression was it was NY City but I was invisible, watching a woman smoke what appeared to be a joint in the corner, with a can of Glade or something on the thing I knew I was on a balcony and then flying with all the lights below and the skyline..I woke up at that point but I'll never forget it..I don't think about it very much but when I do I realize what it was like I didn't then..your post jogged my memory..thank you for giving people like me a forum.

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