How can I have an out-of-body experience?

I don't know any gurus to ask.

Kilt Y8 years ago
Reminds me of the movie "Altered State". I saw that when I was too young (racy film). It was based on using the sensory deprivation method being suspended in luke warm water within a dark room without sound. Anyway.

My advice is to wait it out. In the end, we'll all die and have an "out-of-body experience" for the rest of eternity. I would just make sure you choose the good experience and not the alternative!

"...and then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free."
fwjs288 years ago
lsd....psp....cocaine.....marijuana....herioine...oh you meant legal ways, then just follow guardian fox -Sensory deprivation. -Deep meditation. -Near-death experiences. Avoid this one, please. -Direct stimulation of the brain during neurosurgery. Requires a neurosurgeon and a tumor.
Well there's a lot of different opinions on this. I'm going to go with the assumption that it's a real phenomena which results from some function of the human brain, without any supernatural involvement. To answer, I'll simply list a few methods that have supposedly worked for others. -Sensory deprivation. -Deep meditation. -Near-death experiences. Avoid this one, please. -Direct stimulation of the brain during neurosurgery. Requires a neurosurgeon and a tumor. Out of these, the easiest to accomplish is probably sensory deprivation. Put on a soft blindfold or eye mask and a little white noise. Get comfortable in your favorite chair or lay down with a soft blanket. The idea is to block out as much of your brain's sensory input as possible. The blindfold and white noise should effectively prevent sights and sounds from disturbing you. Next step is simple, you rest and let your mind drift. After that, Im afraid you are on your own. The chances of you actually experiencing the phenomenon known as an out-of-body experience are pretty slim. In fact, the same is true of all the methods I've mentioned. It just doesn't happen often enough for anyone to have developed a fool-proof method. All I can say is, if at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Just stick to the first two methods I mentioned... ok?