Recently a student asked, right at the end of class, mind you, what can I do about the body getting ice cold when I travel? It is so distracting, and I have to come back.
I have never been more frightened by a question since starting this work, and class went on past its end time that night.
At the time of transition, death, the body does indeed feel cold inside. Without soul fueling the life force, it does not survive.
What was happening here was that because he mistakenly believed that he had to be either all in the body or all out, he was leaving the body zero life force to sustain it. Very scary practice.
So, just in case there are others who may be considering practicing traveling and may also have inadequate information about its practice, this newsletter is being written!
First of all, please do not try to learn astral travel as many like to call it by watching YouTube or reading a book. There is no one to keep you safe nor locate you should you get lost. Traveling is best learned with a teacher who teaches you in baby steps and also teaches you about safety.
Second, Be Grounded when you practice traveling. This will not only anchor you to the body so it is easier to return, but also anchor the body to the earth.
Third, when beginning, have a travel buddy who can observe you, go with you, and has the skills to keep you out of trouble.
Fourth, make sure no one will touch you while traveling. They can sever your connection to the body and terrible things can happen. Once this happened to Edgar Cayce while he was in trance doing a reading, and it was three days before he woke up. He was lucky he was able to return; others were not, and the body died.
I know many just leave spontaneously, which is a separate thing. Many people also have “flying dreams” when they are actually leaving the body and traveling about. In fact, sleep paralysis occurs when you have not yet fully returned and thus do not yet have control over the body.
Don’t panic with sleep paralysis, just wait until you fully return and intend that return. Also, some people are born being able to do this safely. I am speaking of learning how to travel when you know nothing or very little about it.
Once you get the hang of travel, it is a lot of fun. You can chat with people and go new places. However, it also carries a responsibility. It is not right to travel to spy on people, unless they are your minor children about whom you have concerns.
So, be ethical with your travels and enjoy!
Love to hear your comments, questions, and stories.