Perhaps you've lived this moment before. Perhaps you're seeing yourself at a distance, as never before. Anomalous experiences are real and life-changing. That doesn't mean they occur outside your own head.
One of the most common anomalous experiences is the sense of being stared at. When you see someone gazing directly at you, emotions become activated - it can be exciting or comforting or creepy, and this visceral charge can give the impression that gazes transfer energy.
Another common experience is déjà vu, a phenomenon two in three people report. Most of us shrug it off as a mental hiccup. While anomalous experiences may be associated with stressful circumstances, personal pathologies, or cognitive deficits, the experiences themselves may not always be so bad, and may actually be healthy inventions. They're just our attempts to make sense of a weird situation. After all, there's nothing the mind likes better than a good story.
SPIRIT SCIENCESpirituality quotes from Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who developed the general theory of relativity, among other feats. He is considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century. He completely changed the way we understand the behavior of things as basic as light, gravity, and time.
Reality is created by thought projection (consciousness) into the physical gird. There are 5 subtle bodies In astral projection the conscious mind leaves the physical body and moves into the astral body to experience. In astral projection you remain attached to your physical body by a 'silver umbilical type cord'.
SPIRITUALITYEtheric and Mental projection
In contrast to "astral" projection, the traditional understanding of out-of-body experiences involves the projector (or traveler) moving about in usually invisible or ghost-like form in a mundane physical reality is the etheric body. This world may, however, have minor differences between the physical reality...