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Posted by on 2 May 2018 | 2 comments

Astral Projection with Alison Wylie

Mind and Unity 

Two Experiences

This week I thought I would share two of my experiences. All my astral projections/out-of-body experiences have a reason, I have found that even the most banal ones have a lesson, or some guidance for me. Sometimes you have to look a little deeper or a little harder, but I have to say that there is always something new to learn. The first one I am going to describe shows the importance of keeping an open mind.

“The mind is its own place, and in itself, can make a heaven of Hell, and a hell of Heaven”.  John Milton

In the astral I meet many people who have passed over to the other side who don’t realise that they are no longer on Earth. They believe they are still living their physical life.

In this experience I was teaching a man how to reality hop; what walls would take you to what sort of place and how to deal with who and what you found. We saw some soldiers fighting. I told him that they were the worst and that you had to be careful they didn’t come after you while waving their weapons around.

In astral battle scenes the problem with soldiers is that they are so involved in their battle, in their hate for the enemy, that they just don’t listen, they don’t want to listen. If I do manage to get their attention, they don’t believe me when I tell them that they’re dead and they get quite angry about the whole thing!

It’s so important to have an open mind while we are on Earth as well as when we go into the beyond. Some people are so closed in their beliefs that it all carries over to the astral when they die. I have seen such terrible scenes, terrible because people remain blocked in their Earth dramas and relive the same thing over and over again. Just like those soldiers. …………..now isn’t that hell?!

It is essential to remember that when we die we just don’t suddenly become enlightened, it is not that simple, this is why it is so important to live our lives always growing, always trying to go further into who we truly are.

The next experience I would like to share with you is about unity.

“I know that my unity with all people cannot be destroyed by national boundaries and government orders.”  Leo Tolstoy

I left my body and came out in a place I had been before, there were two little men, it were as if they were gatekeepers to another reality, I whispered a word in the ear of one; it was, I suppose, a sort of password. He took me to another reality, in the experience I knew I had been there twice before, at the same point of time so I knew exactly what was going to happen. I told the little man not to enter at the same time point as before because I had already been there twice and didn’t want to go through it all again. The previous times there had been a war and it had all got a bit hectic.

Anyway, I was taken in at a different point in the history of the place, after the war was over and had been for a while. I was rather saddened by what I saw, while in the previous two experiences people had pulled together, united against the enemy, now with no enemy, they were divided. The people looked sad and worn out, they had no energy. Their leader had shut herself up in the big palace-type building at the top of the hill. There was no unity and this astral society seemed to be dying.

I woke up feeling sad and wondered how the people could have become so divided. How important it is not to cut ourselves off from our fellow human beings, but to remain united always and not just when disaster calls for unification. There is strength in numbers, there is strength in being together. United we stand divided we fall.

We also need to be working towards our own unity, unity with our other selves, our other incarnations; we are just one aspect of who we really are and we can draw on the skills and abilities of our other identities just as we can share our own skills.

I love astral projection for these little lessons, given in such an imaginative way, when you become a part of the lesson, it makes more of an impression and stays with you. If a picture paints a thousand words imagine what these experiences do for us.

Happy travels, Ali

Alison Wylie

Alison Wylie

My name is Alison Wylie. I am English but I live in Italy, I often use the name Ali Wings, 'ali' in Italian means 'wings' so rather appropriate considering how I love to fly at night in my dreams and out-of-body experiences.
Around the year 2000 I had my first out-of-body experience, it was the first of thousands, and the beginning of an incredible journey into self. Taking the inner path is not always easy and I had a lot of intense experiences confronting many parts of myself which I never imagined existed.
Through my out-of-body experiences I have experienced how we are so much more than we could ever conceive with our human brains. I have understood on a very deep level how everything and everyone is connected and now I wish to help people connect to who they truly are.
I have met people on the other side who have died full of regrets for not having lived fully while on Earth, for not having given all of themselves but instead getting lost in the drama and 'busyness' of physical life. I wish to help people balance their lives and really start to live, to live life consciously. I am a podcaster and run three podcasts, the Astral Projection Podcast, the Connecting the Bits Podcast plus an Italian podcast named Mente Corpo Spirito such is my desire to reach the world with my message.
I am an Author, Teacher, Astral Projection Coach, Reiki Practioner Level 2 and Spiritual Advisor helping people to become their own hero and live life consciously.

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2 Comments

  1. Alison, I never thought about the soldiers staid fighting after death… Is this kind of situation frequent?

  2. I wouldn’t say all soldiers but some recreate their battlescene unconsciously, death was so sudden that it took them by surprise and because they still ‘feel’ alive they have difficulty accepting the truth. My experiences with soldiers have been more the battlescenes of the past. I wouldn’t like to say if it’s frequent or not but I have experienced it personally a few times.

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