A psychology graduate student at the University of Ottawa sheds light on the strange brain activity involved in out-of-body experience. Researchers studied the brain activity of the student who can drift outside her own body at will. Scientists believe the left side of several areas of the brain associated with kinaesthetic imagery are responsible for extra-corporeal experiences.
Many are fascinated with astral travel but don’t know where to begin. Let’s jump right in and get as practical as we can about something often labeled as mysterious.
You and your family are on holiday, driving round a mountainous part of Greece, when suddenly a tire bursts. You roll over and over down some 100 metres before a large olive tree blocks your fall. Amazingly, you all emerge from the battered heap. Some days later, at work, you recount the tale, struggling to capture for your colleagues one of the odder aspects of the experience.
Out-of-body experiences (OBEs) are among the most common paranormal anomaly known to man. William Buhlman is a leading expert in this phenomenon and he makes no bones about telling us why we need to understand and even learn to self-initiate OBEs to obtain greater clarity about ourselves, the world around us and the true nature […]