This article on astral projection stories is going to be about knowing important astral projection symptoms to guide astral projection enthusiasts in their quest to experiencing an actual astral projection. Symptoms here are defined as initial sensations that precede a real and certified astral projection, which is more commonly known as an out-of-body experience.
The first symptom would be the feeling that one’s entire body is being electrocuted or is vibrating non-stop without meaning to. Pay attention to the vibration and do not wish for it to go away because if the vibrations go on for a few more minutes, one is very close to projecting: to an actual projection, one that YOU have been waiting for.
Experiencing Catalepsy or Sleep Paralysis without wanting to while asleep is a safe condition and one that discourages the person from panicking. This is because if one panics and tries to move his body or speak, he might be preventing an actual projection from occurring.
The third symptom meanwhile has to do with buzzing and such other annoying sounds that one hears while concentrating on doing an astral projection. One is to not ignore the sounds and to welcome even when the sounds become louder or intensified as this means that an out-of-body experience is in the offing. Embrace then the sounds wholeheartedly.
Hallucinations, very visuals one, are most common in pre-astral projections. One need not panic if one sees hellish or heavenly scenes that are unrecognizable because this means that an actual astral projection is about to happen so embrace the images.
Though the fifth symptom is kind of a scary one, a person hoping for an astral projection should still remain calm and relax. A rapid heartbeat is but a passing sensation and one that’ll go away once a certified out-of-body experience happens. So, once again, don’t panic. Embrace instead the passing experience. Feel your heart beating rapidly. Embrace it wholeheartedly.
Then there is the sixth symptom of breathing changes when a person experiences to having shortness of breath. Again, one is advised against panicking because this will soon come to pass with the actual astral projection happening. Go for it then. Embrace the experience.
These are five pre-astral projection sensations that a person should watch out for. This also ends this article that is included in the series on astral projection stories. Embrace each sensation, feel each one, never panic.