July 15, 2013

Real Time Astral Diaries: Morals & Ethics. ~ Sean Kelly

Photo via Daniel Alonso on Pinterest

If you want to be an astral projector, you are going to be in an elite member of humanity.

“Love is my shield, presence is my sword.”

~ Prem Baba


The Astral Diaries is a real time series brought to you by The Lucid Academy. This is the 3rd part in my series of reflections on Agama Yoga, Thailand’s first Yoga Nidra and Lucid Dreaming Workshop with Swami Vivekananda Saraswati. Produced by Agama Yoga Thailand and The Lucid Academy. I offer my daily reflections, insights and expertise.

If you haven’t yet seen the first and second installments of this mini-series, visit the links below to catch up.

Lucid Dreaming in Paradise
Fear of Losing Control

Dream Work: Freaks, Wizards and Shamans: Notes from Swami Vivekananda Saraswati

When you do dream work you will become like shamans and wizards. If you want to be an astral projector, you are going to be in an elite member of humanity. The normal person lives in ignorance.

What if you want to do something beautiful? People do have power. Where is the limit in terms of morality and immorality with astral projection? Ask, “What is the intention? Is it an abuse of power? Do you have something to offer? Is it a good deed or is it selfish?”

Knowledge is power. 

Everyone who has knowledge has power.

Robert Monroe says, ‘if you want to become an astral projector then prepare to become a freak.’

The people around you will start treating you like a freak when you astral project. You will not be able to connect with the crowds when you are a magician.

Many people will start avoiding you when you do astral projection and lucid dreaming. People will think that you are strange and they will ostracize you. They will make a party, but not invite you. In the village the Shaman is a peculiar person. He is isolated and peculiar. When people need him he emerges, but he was not frolicking with people. Anything you do to lift yourself out of the norms of humanity will alienate you.


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Assistant ed: Catherine Monkman

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