It’s very commonly known that you can USE astral projection to fly to the moon.
In fact, space in general:
It’s a very popular destination among astral travelers, because it’s NEW. It’s exciting, and it’s so different from what we’re used to. Most of us have traveled around and explored THIS planet fairly well.
At least, by the time you get to a certain age, you tend to have seen many of the popular countries and destinations.
But other planets?
The moon is a very popular choice for astral travelers, simply because it’s the closest NON EARTH like thing you can visit, aside from space stations and such. It’s the closest planet like thing that you can project onto.
And that makes it incredibly exciting for astral adventurers.
It’s no surprise that it keeps popping up as a topic in astral projection forums. The questions like:
- How can I astral project to the moon?
- Has anyone astral projected into space?
- Can I astral travel to other planets?
- And so on.
These are very common questions in the astral projection community. But what’s actually out there?
What’s on the moon
What’s actually ON the moon?
Well, there are many theories. There are all sorts of crazy ideas as to what’s actually on the moon such as:
- Alien bases
- Human bases that are kept secret
- Portals to other dimensions
You get the idea..
But here’s the thing:
Astral projection involves being able to travel through different dimensions in the 5th dimension and HIGHER. This means you’re able to travel in dimensions where YOU can decide what to experience.
So if I TELL you what’s on the moon, you’ll experience that reality. In the same way, if someone ELSE tells you what’s on the moon, you’ll expect and therefore experience that reality. So it’s not really worth me telling you what you’ll find there.
It ruins the experience for you! So just go and try it for yourself, and see what’s actually there. Not only is it more fun this way, but it means you experience the actual reality better.
How to astral project to the moon
To get started, you’ll first need to actually be ABLE to astral project.
There are a number of ways you could learn this, but it’s going to take a bit of work. It’s not just one of those micro skills you can learn in a weekend. There’s some real technique to this, and it takes a lot of trial and error, as you get to learn how your body works.
Here are some simple steps to take to astral project to the moon:
1: Set the scene
Here’s what you do to set the scene:
Find a quiet, dark place.
This doesn’t have to be your bedroom, but it usually will be.
Turn off all the lights, shut the curtains, and make sure there’s no noise going on in the background. This is critical for projecting properly and safely. Now that you’ve done that, lay down on the bed or sit comfortably in a chair.
You should relax ALL your muscles, and completely let your thoughts go.
This stage is that hardest to get right, especially if you’re not used to meditating and shutting off your brain. You want to DISCONNECT from your brain at this stage, in order to enter your astral body. Now, start relaxing all of your muscles, but especially relax your shoulders, neck and jaw.
We hold the most tension there without realising it. So continue relaxing, and once you’re in a comfortable position, DON’T move anything. Stay completely motionless, for as long as you possibly can. Don’t worry too much if you DO end up moving something, just try not to!
This stage lasts anywhere between 5 minutes and 50 minutes. It also depends on how tired you are. To clarify, you’re NOT trying to fall asleep here. That’s why this might be easier to do if you’re sitting in a chair. You’ll be less tempted to just fall asleep when you get too relaxed.
So you lay there without moving, and then after a while, you’ll start seeing shapes and patterns on your eyelids. At this stage, let’s set our intentions, because you’re almost ready to project to the moon and into outer space.
2: Set your intentions
So you’re sitting or laying there, relaxed and ready.
You’ll be seeing shapes, patterns and colors dancing around your eyelids at this stage. This might FEEL like sleep paralysis, but don’t be scared, it’s natural. In fact, it’s expected that you’ll feel like this.
So as you’re there, start telling yourself ‘I’m about to astral project to the moon’.
REALLY believe it, and tell yourself this over and over again. Tell yourself this with such certainty that you’re not even thinking about whether or not it will work any more..
You’re JUST thinking about what you’re going to DO one you’re on the moon. That’s how SURE you should be about this before even trying. It’s all about your intention and your belief. Trust me on this one.
3: Visualise the moon
Now you’ll probably be vibrating a little bit, as you get ready to exit your body. If you’ve astral projected before, this will feel very familiar to you and you’ll know what to expect.
Visualise yourself floating around on the moon, and seeing what’s there. REALLY imagine the feeling and how it all looks. This visualisation can be done before you even START trying to astral project, also.
But I find it’s easier to just do this right at the point where you’re about to exit your body. So once you’ve visualised the moon for long enough, you’ll eventually exit your body. If this is your first time, you probably shouldn’t be trying to fly to space anyway so, what are you doing?!
But if you’ve projected before, this is where things get interesting. Keep visualising the moon. What you’ll notice is that you can now easily exit your physical body, and you should start floating upwards. The universe and your astral body will take care of GETTING to the moon for you, once you’ve set your intention.
4: Exit and move towards it
So using whichever technique you find the best, exit your body. You can use the rope technique, or the swing technique for example. Whichever one you choose, maintain control over your subtle body as you float upwards.
You’ll naturally float towards the moon, and it will actually happen a lot faster than you’re thinking. You won’t feel the long travel over thousands of miles. You’ll experience just floating up into the sky, and then next thing you know, you’re coming up on the moon instantly.
Because when astral projecting, laws of physics and so on don’t really apply. You’re operating in a different dimension, where time, space and distance are very different properties.
Now you’re on the moon!
You just astral projected into outer space, and you’re on the moon! Well done.
5: Remember what you experienced
The hardest part is actually remembering what you saw when you come back to Earth. Your memories while astral projecting are often hazy and distorted. This improves over time but you need to be able to transfer memories from your subtle memory to your physical body.
This takes lots of practice, but can be made easier by using the nootropic I mention below.
The best way?
Also, make sure to try and project between 3-6AM, in a dark, quiet room. Ideally put some relaxing music on in the background as well as the binaural beats through stereo headphones. If you REALLY want to boost your chances, take this nootropic as well.
That’s probably your best bet of astral projecting to the moon and back!