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Monroe, Robert - Possesses a sick man out of body

Identifier

003603

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

Robert Monroe started to get out of body experiences by accident using hemi-sync technology.  He eventually found out what caused them and also managed to reproduce them, but because he had never studied or been taught the techniques, he was a complete novice at directing his travel, manoevering and directing his ‘flight’.

In the following example he inadvertently ‘possesses’ albeit very temporarily a sick man – or at least an unconscious man.

The technology being used was hemi-sync

A description of the experience

Journeys out of the body – Robert Monroe

8/17/60 Night

This was a misdirected attempt, to understate by an incalculable margin. I went through the 1-20/LQ procedure at around 11.30 pm, in the bedroom.

I went out with the thought of visiting Agnew Bahnson, and started on the wind-blown type of trip, but returned to the physical almost immediately - or so I thought. I wasn't lying in bed, I was standing.

The room wasn't my room.

A man, big and round-shouldered, was supporting me on my left. He was much taller than l, and his shoulders seemed to glisten. Holding me up on my right was a young girl. They were forcing me to walk around the room, and I was having difficulty walking, so they were half-supporting me under each arm.

I heard them comment about my hands, that there was something wrong or unusual about them. They were not unfriendly, but I knew positively that I was in the wrong place! I kept my head, luckily, and employed the stretch and shot up out of wherever and whatever I was, and after only a moment or two, merged again with a physical body.

I looked around carefully (physically) before I moved.  I was back in my own physical body, my own bedroom.  It was a long time before I turned over and was able to get to sleep!

The source of the experience

Monroe, Robert

Concepts, symbols and science items

Symbols

Wind

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Overloads

Listening to sound and music

Suppressions

Being left handed
Relaxation

References