Experience submitted by Kevin Kaland

One of the most memorable astral projection experiences I’ve had happened somewhat unexpectedly one morning. I had been practicing astral projection regularly after taking the courses by Belsebuub, so the fact the experience happened wasn’t too surprising. It was what happened during it that amazed me.

As I mentioned, this was in the morning. I don’t remember exactly how I astral projected, but I sat up in my bed knowing that I had done so. I got up from the foot of my bed and looked around.

It must have been about 6 or 7 AM in summer, and the morning light was streaming in through the windows vividly. The calmness and beauty of the scene struck me a bit.

At about that point, I was surprised that I hadn’t already returned to my body and that it seemed so easy to remain out of body. I didn’t dwell on it, though, and decided to make use of it to experience something new. I hadn’t flown or floated much in my astral experiences at that time, so I decided to combine that with something else I had done a couple times — going through walls!

I climbed back over my bed with the goal of floating down to the backyard through my window, and I did just that. I could feel myself slowly floating down, and it was here that a simple but surprising part of the experience took place.

As I was floating down, I noticed a toy car from years ago near the shed in a place where it had been for a while. I figured that it was an image from my subconscious showing up in the experience and was certain that the thing had been moved or wasn’t there anymore.

Public domain image found on Pexels (edited).

As I touched down on the backyard grass, I gently woke up from the experience. One thing I wanted to do quickly was to confirm whether or not seeing the toy there was indeed something made-up or not.

Well, wouldn’t you know it — the toy car actually was there! It was just as I had seen it in my astral experience. It goes without saying that this had quite an impact on me and, whether I realized it or not, showed me that the astral plane was most definitely not a fantasy world.