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  • Michael Raduga

    ISchool of Astral Projection

    A Practical Guidebook

    First Edition

    www.obe4u.com

    Translated byPeter Orange

    The practice of phase states of the mind is the hottest and most promising pursuit of the modern age. Unlike in the past, the notions of out-of-body experience, near-death meditation, lucid dreaming and astral projection have already lost their mystical halo, and their real basis has been studied in minute detail from the most non-nonsense approach. Now, this phenomenon is accessible to everyone, regardless of their worldview. It is now known how to easily master it and apply it effectively. This textbook gives each and every person something that previously could only be dreamt about - a parallel reality and the possibility of existing in two worlds. This book is for pragmatic people who are not used to taking anything on faith or reading about empty theories. The book only deals with what works in practice, and nothing else.

    Proposals regarding translating and publishing this book and other works of M. Raduga may be sent to aing@aing.ru

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  • Table of Contents:

    Part IEntering the Out-of-Body State

    Chapter 1 General BackgroundThe Essence of the Phase PhenomenonWhy Enter the Phase?The Lifestyle of a PractitionerAlgorithm for Mastering the PhaseTypes of TechniquesContraindicationsRecommendations for Using the GuidebookExercises for Chapter 1

    Chapter 2 Indirect TechniquesThe Concept of Indirect TechniquesPrimary Indirect TechniquesSecondary Indirect TechniquesSelecting the Right TechniquesSeparation TechniquesThe Best Time to PracticeConscious AwakeningAwakening without MovingCycles of Indirect TechniquesHints from the MindAggression and PassivityStrategy for ActionTypical Mistakes with Indirect TechniquesExercises for Chapter 2

    Chapter 3 Direct TechniquesThe Concept of Direct TechniquesThe Best Time to PracticeIntensity of AttemptsBody Position

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  • Duration of an AttemptRelaxationVariations of Using Direct TechniquesThe Free-floating State of MindAuxiliary FactorsStrategy for ActionTypical Mistakes with Direct TechniquesExercises for Chapter 3

    Chapter 4 Becoming Conscious While DreamingThe Concept of Techniques Involving Becoming Conscious

    while DreamingTechniques for Becoming Conscious in a DreamActions to be Done when Becoming Conscious while

    DreamingStrategy for ActionTypical Mistakes when Practicing Becoming Conscious

    while DreamingExercises for Chapter 4

    Chapter 5 Non-autonomous MethodsThe Essence of Non-autonomous Methods for Entering the

    PhaseCueing TechnologiesWorking in PairsTechnologies for Inducing the PhaseHypnosis and SuggestionPhysiological SignalsChemical SubstancesThe Future of Non-autonomous Methods for Entering the

    PhaseTypical Mistakes with Non-autonomous TechniquesExercises for Chapter 5

    Part IIManaging the Out-of-Body Experience

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  • Chapter 6 DeepeningThe Concept of DeepeningPrimary Deepening TechniquesDeepening through Sensory AmplificationSecondary Deepening TechniquesGeneral ActivityTypical Mistakes During DeepeningExercises for Chapter 6

    Chapter 7 MaintainingThe General Concept of MaintainingTechniques and Rules against Returning to the BodyTechniques and Rules for Resisting Falling AsleepTechniques against an Unrecognized PhaseGeneral Rules for MaintainingTypical Mistakes with Maintaining Exercises for Chapter 7

    Chapter 8 Primary SkillsThe Essence of Primary SkillsDiscerning the PhaseEmergency Return. ParalysisFighting FearCreation of VisionContact with Living ObjectsReadingVibrationsTechniques for Translocating through ObjectsFlightSuper-abilitiesThe Importance of Confidence Controlling PainMoral Standards in the PhaseStudying Possibilities and SensationsTypical Mistakes with Primary Skills

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  • Exercises for Chapter 8

    Chapter 9 Translocation and Finding ObjectsThe Essence of Translocation and Finding ObjectsBasic Property of the Phase SpaceTechniques for TranslocationObject Finding TechniquesTypical Mistakes with Translocation and Finding ObjectsExercises for Chapter 9

    Chapter 10 ApplicationThe Essence of Applications for Phase States Applications Based on SimulationApplications Based on Contact with the Subconscious MindApplication Based on Influencing PhysiologyUnproven EffectsUse of the Phase by the DisabledTypical Mistakes when Using ApplicationsExercises for Chapter 10

    Part IIIAuxiliary Information

    Chapter 11 Useful TipsA Pragmatic ApproachIndependent AnalysisApproach to LiteraturePractice EnvironmentTalking with Like-minded PeopleThe Right Way to Keep a Journal

    Chapter 12 Practitioners ExperiencesThe Significance of Other Peoples ExperiencesAnalysis of Selected Practitioners' ExperiencesExercises for Chapter 12

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  • Chapter 13 Putting a Face on the PhenomenonStephen LabergeCarlos CastanedaRobert A. MonroePatricia GarfieldSylvan MuldoonCharles LeadbeaterRobert BruceRichard WebsterCharles Tart

    Chapter 14 Final Test

    Appendix

    Assessment of Practitioners Experiences (chapter 12)Answers to the Final Test (chapter 14)A Simplified Description of the Easiest Method for Entering

    the Phase using Indirect TechniquesTake Part in ResearchThe Cell Phone TechniqueAttention!The School of Out-of-Body TravelBrief Glossary of Terms and Definitions

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  • Foreword

    This guidebook is the result of ten years of extremely active personal practice and study of the out-of-body phenomenon(the phase), coupled with having successfully taught it to thousands of people. I know all of the obstacles and problems that are usually run into when getting to know this phenomenon, and have tried to protect future practitioners from them in this book. This guidebook was not created for those who prefer light, empty reading. It is for those who would like to learn something. It contains no speculations or stories, only dry, hard facts and techniques in combination with a completely pragmatic approach and clear procedures for action. They have all been successfully verified by a vast number of practitioners that often had no prior experience. In order to achieve the same result, it is only necessary to read through each section thoroughly and complete the assignments. The book is beneficial not only for beginners, but also for those who already know what it feels like to have an out-of-body encounter and have a certain amount of experience, as this guidebook is devoted not only to entering the state, but also equally dedicated to controlling it. Contrary to popular opinion, there is nothing difficult about this phenomenon if one tries to attain it with regular and right effort. On average, results are reached in less than a week if attempts are made every day. More often than not, the techniques work in literally a couple of attempts.

    Michael RadugaFounder of the School of Out-of-Body Travel

    January 11, 2009

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  • Part 1Entering the Phase State

    Chapter 1 General Background

    THE ESSENCE OF THE PHASE PHENOMENON

    The term phase state (or simply phase) encompasses a number of widely known dissociative phenomena, many of which are referred to by various terms, such as astral or out-of-body experience. This concept also includes the more pragmatic term lucid dreaming, but does not always exist in the sense and form implied by that expression. Hence, the term phase has been introduced to ease the study of phenomena that exist beyond habitual and often unfair - associations and stereotypes. The term out-of-body experience is accurate to the extent that it describes the sensation felt by a person experiencing the phase phenomenon.

    A phase has two primary attributes: 1.) practitioners possess full, conscious awareness during the experience, and 2.) practitioners recognize a genuine separation from the physical body.

    Simultaneously, the degree to which practitioners perceive the phase environment affects the level of sensory experiences therein, which often occur in a higher form than the sensory experiences of wakefulness. This concept is difficult to imagine without firsthand experience of the phase. And so, it is not without reason that this practice is considered to be a higher state of self-hypnosis or meditation, and is often referred to under different names as the highest possible human achievement in various religious and mystical movements (yoga, Buddhism, etc.).

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  • In essence, the phase is an unexplored state of mind where one is unable to control and feel his physical body. Instead, his space perception is filled with realistic phantom experiences.

    Interesting Fact! Sensations in the phase state can be so realistic that practitioners who unintentionally enter phase often believe they are still in the physical body, that the experience is occurring in the waking state. These types of unintended excursions most often occur at night or early in the morning.

    It is believed that up to one quarter of the human population has

    encountered this phenomenon. However, if variations and different degrees of intensity of the state are taken into consideration, it may be safely assumed that everyone has encountered the phase. Since the phase is a rare subject of study, many who inadvertently enter it do not realize what has taken place once they return to wakefulness. Many do not assign any significance to the occurrence of a phase environment that is not fully formed because shallow phases dont leave the same jolting impression as deep states. Elusive as the phase may seem, this