When I sit or lay to meditate, usually, a point comes when I know I can step out of my body at ease. For me, this is the point when my body is very relaxed and I literally would feel the fluidity of electric motion all through my body. For some reason I know, based on the degree of relaxation and motion, when I can project out. This point is usually somewhere between me ‘not’ taking note of whatever’s happening with my body and deep relaxation. A shift of focus I guess. However, if I try to project out when I know my focus isn’t completely away from my body, as usual I feel myself expanding from my body but the expansion stops at a point and then I feel an intense headache that makes me stop attempting to expand and project out.
Do you have an understanding as to why this happens? Its not a singular occurence for me, its happens any time i’m not completely relaxed. Do you know if this headache has anything to do with the pineal gland? I know the Master Samael Aun Weor stated once that meditation or projection without the drowsy state is very damaging to the faculty. Does that statement relate to this?
I’ll really appreciate some clarity on this, thanks in advance!