I was in bed last night having trouble sleeping last night but no trouble relaxing if that makes sense. I had read in E.A Koetting’s work about how the living imagination would cause sight behind my eyelids. I uh…it happened by accident. Entered a peaceful state and saw my room? Was able to “zoom” which I think means I soul traveled.
Its seems that OP was in a quasi altered state, between wakeful but relaxed (Alpha 13Hz-8Hz) and sleeping (Theta 7Hz-3.1Hz) If you can manage to recreate those settings you might be a step closer in duplicating the results of her experiment.
Here there are I found them, OP @ekettera maybe you can incorporate some of the techniques to amplify your meditation or trance practices. For example, the Tratakam technique that @veil describes in her post. Having eyes closed and looking upwards. Third eye activator and induces a calm mind.
Yeah, I don’t want to derail OP’s post (sorry @ekettera) but I had a conversation with one of those four I mentioned. And the person told me that the person had found out that a trance-inducing visualization is not the most optimal for them. So the person used a count-down method from 100 to one.
It is known that short videos (Tik Tok style media) will decrease the attention span of the users of such platforms.
There is a video from Satan and Son, it’s a guided meditation for focus and concentration with the help of King Azazel maybe it’s something that can help you?
I will dig it up for you.
@viginti_quattuor The stuff by Veil looks like it might work although somehow it’s hard for me to visualize a staircase like that…or more specifically it’s hard to visualize myself walking up or down stairs.
Yes practice is the key, you do not have to have extremly clear sight, altough that would help enormously. Based on my own observations it works even when you are not able to see it clear as the physical word.
I edited portions of the gateway files from Hemi Sync and shared it with the boys at Reddit. People loved that, talking about entering in stupid deep trance states, fading in and out of consciousness.