Astral Projection

Astral Projection

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The Astral Projection program has been created to shift your consciousness away from the physical body.

There is scientific evidence now suggesting that it is possible to leave our physical body, possibly even survive the death of our physical body.

Using a combination of alpha and theta brainwave frequencies, almost everyone trying this program has agreed that the sensation and effect created is very unusual.  Several even experienced a distinct 'move' of their perception away from their body.

Many people have taken years trying to achieve this shift of awareness and consciousness from the body...the Astral Projection program can do it in 10 minutes.       

What can I expect if I use this program?

This program has been created to produce specific frequencies required for inducing astral projection and astral travel.

The sensation generated feels like a complete shift of consciousness suddenly being pulled into your third eye/brow area (pineal).  Used regularly, you will find that you are able to reach a sleep borderline state - body asleep, awareness awake.  When you have successfully achieved this state, without falling sleep, you will be able to move your awareness around within this visible environment.  Having disassociated yourself from your physical body, you will be in your astral body leaving you free to explore.

If you like this, also look at Remote Viewing and Out of Body Experience.


How to use LIGHT-SYNC™

All LIGHT-SYNC™ products are 20 minutes in length and use flashes of lights and pulses of tones embedded in music to guide the brain into various states of brainwave activity.
All you need to do to get the benefits of these programs is to play the specially coded video on your cell, tablet, laptop, PC, Mac ... then watch and listen. 
To enhance the effects of LIGHT-SYNC™, run them on your mobile device or tablet.  Then, whilst lying down, place your device on your forehead, just above the bridge of your nose. Make sure the screen is facing inward, towards the top of your eyes and forehead.  You can close your eyes or keep them open, whichever works best for you.