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The Truth About Sleep Paralysis and Out of Body Experiences


sleep paralysis and out of body experiences

Sleep paralysis, often misunderstood and feared, is a powerful and frequently necessary aspect of out-of-body travel. As an experienced spiritual medium and out of body experiencer, I encourage you to see it not as a frightening event but as a sacred gateway to awakening your divine abilities.


In this article, I will explore the nature of sleep paralysis, work to dispel associated fears and misconceptions, and offer insights into the connection between sleep paralysis and out-of-body travel.


What is Sleep Paralysis?


Sleep paralysis occurs when a person is temporarily unable to move or speak, usually upon waking or falling asleep. This state typically lasts a few seconds to a couple of minutes, although it has been reported to last longer by some. During this time, the individual is fully conscious, but it is impossible to move or speak.


During sleep, the soul naturally departs from the physical body, embarking on a journey beyond the confines of this "material" realm. This nightly voyage is a seamless and inherent process, allowing the soul to explore higher realms, access deeper wisdom, and reconnect with the universal consciousness. During sleep, the soul traverses realms and dimensional spaces, gathers insights, and revitalizes its spiritual essence, all while the body rests and rejuvenates.


The sleep paralysis state can be accompanied by clairvoyance (psychic sight), a sense of an unseen presence or entity in the room, and intense emotions such as fear or awe. It is, however, crucial to let go of all excitement and fear during this window of time during which you can consciously exit the soul out of the relatively shut-down body.


Sleep Paralysis and Out of Body Experiences Go Hand-in-Hand


You could think of sleep paralysis as a deliberate pause in the boundary between the physical and spiritual realms, and these moments of paralysis create an opportunity for the spirit to journey beyond the confines of the earthly form.


Sleep paralysis serves as a natural precursor to out-of-body travel. While it is possible for some individuals to exit the body in other ways, sleep paralysis seems to be the most common and reliable way for the soul to exit while one remains conscious. When the physical body is immobilized, the spirit can disengage more easily and freely.


By embracing sleep paralysis with reverence and understanding, you can awaken your divine abilities, unlock the potential for profound spiritual journeys, and deepen your connection to your guides and the unseen worlds.


This state, which many fear due to its strange and often unsettling nature, is actually a crucial aspect of the natural process that allows for out-of-body experiences (OBEs). When the physical body is immobilized, the spirit can disengage more easily and freely.


The key to successful out-of-body travel lies in the harmony between the physical and spiritual, and sleep paralysis is the doorway that bridges these realms.

Dispelling Sleep Paralysis Myths and Fear


There is a lot of misinformation about negative entities holding people down in their sleep and abducting them. While negative entities are real, during the natural phenomenon of sleep paralysis, these fears are largely unfounded and stem from misunderstandings, misinformation, and creations of the mind.


When we enter sleep paralysis, we are often visited by guides and may either sense or see them at the foot of the bed or corner of the room. They are very tall and tend to be cloaked and faceless.


If you fear these guides, you will immediately find yourself back in your body, and you will have to start over with any attempts for conscious out-of-body travel.


Nothing can trap your soul while you are embodied here unless you believe it to be so.

The power of belief is immense, and shifting your perspective away from fear will dramatically transform the sleep paralysis and out of body experience.


4 Steps to Embracing Sleep Paralysis


To embrace sleep paralysis and use it as a tool for spiritual travel, one must shift perspective from fear to reverence, dedication, and gratitude for awakening your divine abilities.


Here are some practices to help:


1. Set Intentions Before Sleep


Before going to bed, set a clear intention for your journey. Thank your guardians and guides for protection and guidance. You don't need specific names to call on them - they will feel your call. LET GO OF ALL FEAR.


2. Stay Calm and Trust


You Are NOT Dying. During sleep paralysis, you may feel as though you cannot breathe, but in reality, breathing does continue—although at a much slower rate, in response to your body's decreased demands.


Try to relax and refocus away from the fear of death or not returning to the body. As the body naturally wakes up, the electromagnetic field of the body will automatically pull you back in.


3. Visualize a Safe Space


Imagine a place of safety and comfort where you can begin your journey. Focus on this, reassuring the body that all is well.


4. Surrender to the Experience


Trust in the process and surrender to the experience. Understand that sleep paralysis is a natural and necessary part of life as a spiritual being in a human body. Try to embrace it with an open heart.


Final Thoughts on Sleep Paralysis and Out of Body Experiences


Sleep paralysis, often misunderstood and feared, is a powerful and necessary aspect of out-of-body travel. Remember, the key to successful out-of-body travel lies in the harmony between the physical and spiritual, and sleep paralysis is the doorway that bridges these realms.


With understanding, dedication, and practice, we can all use this sacred gateway to activate our divine ability to consciously explore realms outside of our earthly existence.


If you are in need of assistance, I offer a variety of services to help, including psychic and spiritual mentorship and classes, and I can help you to learn to safely induce out of body states of travel. In-person and remote sessions are available.






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