Sooner or later most of us have to face our fear, whether it’s during the preliminary stages or during a particularly intense type of out-of-body experience. We all have our own methods for getting through it. I have had my fair share of scary experiences, some more intense than others but each experience where I have overcome my fear has made me stronger.
When I’m out-of-body and I find myself in a situation where I feel negative energy in the room, I try to centre myself. I know if I let myself go and fear takes over I’ll end up back in my body. So centering yourself, remaining objective and a little detached is essential. It is important not to identify with the fear. Step back out of it. When you are awake, think about who you are, centre yourself and reflect. You will recognise that there seem to be two perspectives from which we can view any situation. There is the emotionally involved perspective and there is a more ojective, uninvolved perspective. This uninvolved perspective seems like an observer and it is this observer ‘role’ that you need to move into when you feel fear coming to the surface.
Practising this during the day can help too, if you find yourself in a potentially emotional situation step back out of it, into observer mode. It is amazing how calm you can remain. I used this method once in a difficult meeting where tempers were running high and I knew I had to stay calm and not get involved in the arguments from an emotional point of view or I would’ve lost control. It worked very well. Of course I’m not saying detach yourself from life, just at times step back and observe when necessary. I find stepping out of the fear and not identifying with it, works for me.
Click the link below and you will be taken to Chapter 8 of Robert Peterson’s book ‘Out-of-Body Experiences’. Here you can read his advice about overcoming fear.
I also have one of Robert Bruce’s videos for you on overcoming fear in Astral Projection. Click below to watch.
For the moment we end here but this is a work in progress so stay tuned.