Here is a Phasing Rundown put forth by AP author, John Magnus: Pre-Rundown. 1. Take a few deep breaths to realx your body and mind. Think to yourself. View the profiles of people named Frank Kepple. Join Facebook to connect with Frank Kepple and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. One of those I was lucky to meet in person was Frank Kepple. Frank has been a legend in his own life time – certainly on Astral Pulse and had.
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What is Astral Projection and How to do it! All the information I provide in it was the same information that helped propel me towards the experiences I now enjoy. Feel free to pass it around to where ever you wish, as long as the information remains intact and all credit is given where due. I hope the information helps you as much as it has helped me. Please leave me some feedback on how you like the Book, and if there was any parts of it that are unclear or confusing.
He posted it on Google Docs for everyone to read. My thanks go out to Bluremi for all the hard work he put into sorting these posts. I took a bit of my lunch hour today to meditate, because it was so peaceful and quiet here at work. Anyway, this will be a very short report of this experience. My goal during this meditation was to try and make some kind of contact with Frank Kepple. I have to give Frank a lot of credit as his information was what initially propelled my own experiences in the non-physical.
Until I began reading and understanding what he was saying, I was in quite the non-physical stalemate. It would seem that Tom was made aware of the Frank Kepple Phasing Resource on the Astral Pulse thanks to one of the members of his own forum and he had this to say about Frank: Granted, your books goes into greater detail but it appears to me that the maps that are given by both of you might be overlapping.
Everything he said was driven by genuine experience — Frank is a good explorer. Of course there is overlap — we and everyone else are exploring the same larger reality — there should be major overlap. The difference is the extent of our experience, the context or structure we place that experience within, and how we communicate that structure to others. Each of these reflect the uniqueness of the explorer — his beliefs and interpretations. Yes, it is — that is one description of it.
I find his Focus 3 and 4 to be defined rather narrowly. The superset of the larger reality is bigger yet. That feeling is only temporary — until one gets oriented and accustomed to that mode of awareness and existence — then it becomes much like any other reality frame — only different. No, you are on target.
One reality, many views and perspectives, each necessarily limited and structured by the mind of the beholder. The rest of the thread is equally interesting. I have to thank Tom for opening my eyes to such information and to realize that I am allowed know certain things in order to progress. I needed someone to tell me that I was allowed to know this, as strange as that might sound.
Through that time, I never once considered how that has helped me along my current path of experiencing the non-physical. Well, the truth is that it has greatly helped me. This is why and how I found Frank Kepples Phasing exercises so much easier to do and learn from when compared to the classic separation OBEs aka Monroe-stylebecause, in essence, they ARE meditation exercises.
I just took it for granted that certain things that I did when using the Noticing or Rundown exercises were normal and that everyone just automatically did them too. Stuff like learning how to quiet your mind surface thoughtsfully relaxing the body upon command and being alone with your consciousness. To do a conscious exit by Phasing, you have to meditate to get into the proper state first. So, if you want to experience the non-physical in all its larger glory… put down all your preconceived notions about methods this and techniques that, and just learn to be alone with your consciousness.
Master yourself before you try to master the larger reality, for that is the real journey. I started off my journey on a forum called SpiritOnline, then it went down… and I found myself over on another forum called the Astral Society… then that went down… after which I found myself over on the Astral Pulse.
Not knowing that over the course of all that, I was slowly setting up my foundation through learning to meditate. Well, when I stumbled upon the Astral Pulse I found a dude there named Frank Kepple… I read and followed him in his experiments with trying to follow in the foot steps of Robert Monroe and he felt he was rather successful in doing so.
I still post there, and am a moderator there actually. But throughout this journey that I unknowingly set myself on the last couple years… as I reflect back on it, I see the trail of bread crumbs that, as Tom might put it, the system has left for me to grab in an effort to lower my entropy and bring myself into a greater state of consciousness.
A more serene place… and I now starting to appreciate that, really, more than words could convey. Three things came forth recently to get me to this line of thinking. I first began thinking about this back when I was reading about when Frank had to slow down his own projections in order to have a RTZ Projection.
Next there was a method posted on the Astral Viewers from one of their Admins, Bedeekin. His made mention of the method that he used for many, many years that was successful for him.
However, he then interrupts that Phasing process and initiates an exit technique. Then just now I got to thinking about a night when I experienced this particular thing first hand and, as Frank would say, the penny dropped.
I went to bed on the Saturday night as usual. It was around 2am. That night I gained a lucid awareness in the dream I was having which was taking place just outside my house. Some time went by and I began to feel that usual sensation that meant I was beginning to physically wake up.
The dream faded to black, I felt a shift, and I felt myself back in my bed.
Well, almost immediately, I felt another shift and I found myself in another lucid awareness experience. This happened two more times. All four lucid awareness experiences happened quite rapidly and in succession. Each time I was in the non-physical for what felt like 2 — 4 minutes.
After the fourth experience something strange and completely unexpected happened. I felt that feank was immediately slipping away. So I started spinning trying to get a grip on the experience, however after probably 3 seconds of spinning I felt I had fully lost the dream, however I was also still sleeping and I felt I was in my bedroom. I sat up and kinda floated awkwardly upwards a bit and towards the end of the bed, kind of out keppke control. By the time I had fully cleared my body, my vision came in.
By interrupting a normal Phasing session at a certain point, you can then initiate an exit technique and have crank classic separation OBE. We should be able to use this information to guide where we want to go in the non-physical directly from the get-go. You need to actually do something for this to work!
The Frank Kepple Resource
My goal is to notice any changes that happen within the blackness that is in my field of view. It can be literally anything, as Frank put it, it could be a flash of something, or perceiving some kind of movement in the blackness… when you begin to see ANYTHING again, do not outright dismiss anything you see consciously zero in on it. As I see this stuff, I kind of talk to myself while observing it, but I do so without actually talking verbally or thinking it.
Notice these irregularities and retain that air of curiosity regarding them. This is the act of becoming fixated within. The shift into Focus 12, where you start to really get visuals, for me, takes anywhere between 10 — 20 minutes. But, give yourself whatever time you feel is necessary. It can take a while. Just remain relaxed and calm. Once you do attain a solid Focus 12 and can hold it for a good period of time without losing it, the next shift to Focus 21 will more than likely happen naturally from a solid Focus From Focus 21, you can pretty much go and do whatever you want simply by visualizing the area you want to go to.
I hope that helps fill in some of the blanks as per the Noticing exercise. If you have any questions, please leave a comment here, on my own forums, or on the Astral Pulse. Thank you for reading! It was initiated, I believe, by the site owner along with the help of the other moderators at the time 5 — 8 years ago.
The more people who do this, the more stable the area will be. Anyway, give the link a click and read up. I somehow knew this was wrong. I might not have had the terminology and understanding that I do now thanks to Robert, Frank and others, but the basis for my beliefs were formed back then when I began asking myself these questions. At this point I had already read a lot of stuff on the subject and had been attempting Astral Projection for well over 10 years with little to no success.
Finally, as Frank says, the penny dropped! I had my link… finally the puzzle pieces started to come together.
Kdpple, Lucid Dreams and Astral Projections were all the same experience! It made so much sense to me… my own experiences gave me the proof I needed.
Mystery 1 for myself was solved. So, here Oepple stand… with too many non-physical lucid awareness experiences to count and several known non-physical astral awareness experiences I dunno how many there could have been during my youth under my belt… this post is how I came to realize these truths, the personal experiences farnk meshed so well with those who came before me.
Personally speaking, I trank no relation between these two activities. There are many examples out there of individuals being highly successful in the field of Astral Projection without doing any major, supportive energy work. Frank Kepple… the Astral Pulses own Phaser, he never felt it was required either. My own personal experiences are the most important thing in relation to astral projection that I have, just as yours are to you. My stance is that if your only goal is to do Astral Projection, as mine is, then you do not need to waste time doing any energy work what-so-ever.
You are more than developed enough energetically to get the job done.
66 Days of Wave 1 and Frank Kepple : astraltraininglog
Why is it that people seem to have this belief that energy work is required? I think the only phenomenon going on here is a self-reinforcing belief.
A person thinks, for one reason or another, that they need to do energy work in order to succeed in Astral Projection, so they do it… and they find it DOES work which reinforces that belief in them.