How to Have an Out-of-Body Experience

This may reveal whether you are creative, fortuitous, or having a psychotic episode.

Do You Even Know What It Means?

Out-of-body experiences are most often defined more by one’s social setting than a scientific explanation. As a result, some people boast about them, while others fear, revere or even ostracize those who experience them.

When questioned about out-of-body experiences (OBE), my near-death encounter is not the first thing that comes to mind. Nor is it the frightening OBE induced by a prescription drug. Poll results reveal varying opinions on the definition of an OBE. Before elaborating on personal experiences, let’s get a better understanding of OBEs. Just what are they and why do some people strive to induce them?

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