Hey there, Soon-To-Be-Projector!
I’m Charles Taylor, and I’ve been helping people very much like you to experience Astral Projection for more years than I’m keen to admit – it does start to make me feel quite old.
Okay, let’s just say that I taught my first student sometime back in the ’90s.
I’m a real person, though you won’t find me too actively promoting myself – the locals in the quaint Oxfordshire village I live in would probably have me burned as a witch. I’d rather they thought I dealt drugs, in all honesty.
When I first started teaching, I’ll be the first to admit I wasn’t 100% confident that I would be able to teach this stuff. It took me a long time to learn myself.
When I myself was learning, I didn’t have access to the internet – I had libraries and New Age bookshops I could visit, but I did feel a little self-conscious about reading about something as “far-out” as Astral Projection in public places. I’m really not the kind of person to go for all that tarot, crystal skulls and birthstones nonsense.
I remember buying a very poor tape recording that was supposed to be a hypnotic induction into a trance state. (The chap doing the reading had quite a strong Birmingham (UK) accent, possibly the least hypnotic of all accents.) Needless to say, this didn’t work, and it wasn’t cheap, either.
There was a lot of trial-and-error, and a lot of blind alleys.
I kept reading about how I needed to awaken my chakras, learn complicated breathing techniques, follow special dietary regimes – and regimes they were!
Don’t get me wrong, some of this stuff can be useful, but you don’t need to get bogged-down in it.
Anyway, when I got there, in the end, I learned that a lot of (even MOST of) what is taught about the process of inducing an out-of-body experience is simply unimportant, or plain mythology. Many writers, accomplished at Astral Projection though they were, added a lot of unnecessary theory to the process, simply because of their own beliefs and assumptions.
It was kind of as though your driving instructor thought you needed to understand Henry Ford’s belief system, whatever that may have been.
Or sometimes, as though you needed to know how your car worked, in order to drive it. Whereas, I reached the conclusion that though it may be useful, it certainly isn’t necessary to know more than the basics.
Or, as if to grow your own food, an occasional human sacrifice may be necessary. ie just because people used to believe it doesn’t make it true.
I tell you all this for three reasons:
- I want you to know that I understand that if you’ve been searching for information on how to have an out-of-body experience for long, you’ve most likely become quite overwhelmed with all of the information there is out there. There are charlatans galore, well-meaning information that’s plain wrong, and also some really good advice. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to tell what’s true, and what is, quite frankly, a load of balls.
- Because I have gone through the same experience of sifting through tons of writing to find out what really works, what helps, and what doesn’t, means that I can help you navigate your way. Without all the detours, dead-ends and disappointments that I had to endure.
- If you want to get better at something, the best way is by teaching others. I learned a hundred times more from teaching than I ever learned from just doing. And years of helping other students project means that, yes, chances are I’ll be able to help you, too.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy, and benefit from this site – this has been a labor of love for me, and I really hope this comes across. If you’re interested in learning how to have an out-of-body experience (and if you’re not I find it hard to understand why you’re here) I strongly recommend that you sign-up for my short course, like my Facebook page, and follow me on Twitter.
This way, you’re absolutely certain to get all the newest updates, the most exciting discoveries, and most importantly keep yourself motivated and on-track for your first out-of-body experience.
Believe me, this will be one-helluva-ride. It’s everything you hope it will be, and then some!
Let’s get started…