Is distance ever an issue when astral projecting? Today I share an amazing out-of-body experience I had where I ended up "elsewhere."
From theory to reality.
The time has come for me to finally share one of my eye-opening out-of-body experiences ...
Ever woken up feeling paralyzed, with an oppressive weight on your chest, and sensing an evil presence in the room? If so, you’ve experienced something commonly known as “sleep paralysis” (aka “The Old Hag Syndrome").
It’s such a widespread phenomenon that various cultures have created their own superstitions around it.
In today’s audio, I’ll be discussing its …
and how to stop it when it occurs.
It can be a such scary experience. But thankfully, it doesn't have to be.
Enjoy the video ... and have a good night's sleep!
There's a lot of fear surrounding the topic of Astral Projection. Why? Is it really safe? Or is it dangerous and demonic?
What about the reports of people having visions of hell? Or those claiming to see shadowy figures in their bedroom at night? Or people experiencing a phenomenon called "sleep paralysis"?
Well, I'm not gonna ignore those issues at all in this audio. So, here's my take on out-of-body experiences and its connection to creepy paranormal phenomena.
Do you want to have an out-of-body experience? If so, WHY? Are there any BENEFITS of Astral Projection?
Truth is, there are countless stories of people who've had NDEs and OBEs saying that their experiences were extremely profound. In fact, not only were their lives dramatically impacted in a positive way, but these unique experiences also gave them a new reality.
Here are 7 benefits of Astral Projecting!
Am I more than this body? Is there life after death? Does consciousness survive once the brain shuts down? These are legitimate questions to ask.
Here's my journey into Out of Body Experiences and Astral Travel.
Here's a reading of the "Creating: Bending Reality 101" chapter from the book "The Secret to Awesomeness".
Narrator: Joshua Tongol
Purchase Josh's books here: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00I3TTXPI
My first interview (after "coming out") of why I left Christianity.
For those of you who have questioned and challenged certain church traditions and dogma--or maybe even left religion altogether--what happened to your friends?
Are the friends who were there with you since the beginning of your "faith walk" still around?
You see, for many of us, we have lost some (or a lot of) our friends along this spiritual journey. In fact, it has even been quite painful (and lonely) at times.
Does hell exist? If so, is it eternal? Temporary? Or is hell simply a fear-based invention of the church used to control people using fear?
Here I discuss some of the most common ideas about this "hot topic."
"So where do you go to church?" If you’re a Christian, you’ve probably been asked this question a million times.
But isn’t it interesting that the place many religious folks call a “spiritual hospital” (church) for the “spiritually sick,” usually ends up being a place where everyone looks healthy? So instead of being a place where we can “be ourselves,” the church usually ends up being a place where we pretend everything is okay.
Here's a look into my life as a born-again, spirit-filled Christian whose passion was to know Jesus, and to preach the gospel of the kingdom throughout the world.
My journey out of Christianity.
#ItStartsHere. 'Cause doing this first … changes everything.
Feeling insecure about your body? Struggling with self-love? Longing for deeper relationships?
In this interview, I talk about these issues, along with what life is like being born with one hand. I also talk about, what I believe to be, one of the biggest obstacles millennials are facing today.
The host of the Life Trip Radio show is the awesome Joshua Dwight (aka "The Millennial Mentor"). And I dug up this interview from the archives (2015) which was never uploaded to Youtube ... until now.
I hope you enjoy it and get encouraged.
Joshua Dwight: http://www.joshuadwight.com/
In this exciting interview, Joshua Tongol shares his story and life experiences on the Xplore show with James Peter Jandu.