Point of Awareness in the Mental Body

According many who have experienced it, going out of body was the game-changer in their quest for spiritual knowledge.

James Gilliland and Jason Quitt are two who have said this, and both have really good credibility in this regard, James has been connecting with higher dimensional beings for many years and his home in the mountains of Washington is famous for sightings of inter-dimensional beings and craft. ECETI Ranch hosts interested people from all over the world and all say they have seen there what they have never seen anywhere else. But long before James lived in the mountains he began to have out of body experiences that changed his life.  More about James

Jason Quitt has written several books based on his experiences with OBE, and he offers sincere insights about what he learned. From the biographical section on his page at Coast to Coast “He is a graduate of the Institute of Energy Wellness and a student of Algonquin Shamanism. He is a channeller of universal and dimensional energies of healing, he combines these methods and modalities of energy medicine, shamanism, and dowsing to assist those on their own personal paths of healing and enlightenment.” See Jason’s website.

James and Jason discovered they have an ability to go out-of-body by accident, the first experiences were unexpected and surprising to them, so it is safe to say that they have a natural ability for it and it is probably part of their soul mission to do so.  Spontaneous out of body may be similar to what many people experience when they are in deep contemplation of some puzzle, which seems to solve itself with a vision about how it works or how it happened.  The see it and know it, but do not think they are out of body. This may be a property of the Point of Awareness connecting to the reality in spacetime and going there.

Long before James and Jason came on the scene a couple in Florida were teaching people to have Out of Body Experiences that seemed too simple and easy to be real. William and Diane Swygard taught people techniques that were popular at colleges and among young people in the sixties and seventies. In spite of how easy it is, the Awareness Techniques provided many thousands of people with real insight about their past lives and gave them an opportunity to communicate with higher dimensional ETs as well.

One of the things about the Awareness Techniques that made them successful was the use of “runners”, a second person who assisted the person who wanted to go out of body. When people became familiar this was not necessary anymore, but it helped get people started.

During this same time frame the military was implementing a program called Scientific Remote Viewing, which appeared to be similar to what the Swygard’s taught. Of course the military approach was designed to gather actionable intelligence and often had a number of people assigned to the same “target”.

In both cases the individual going out-of-body would focus on “being” in another place and/or time and report back what they could see, hear or sense in any way.

The Swygard approach had some aspects that made it easier to use than Remote Viewing, the Runner would coach the person going OBE and ask them questions to monitor their experience and keep them from needing to make choices while out of body.  It appears that the OBE needs to use the visual/spatial capabilities to be successful, but thinking about, using their will, would pull them back to their body.

I found the Awareness Techniques to be easy and useful. Their simplicity and built in supervisory role of a runner offers a novice important benefits.

Combining this information with the ideas I have written an article, The Soul Explained by SCIET Theory and its reliance on the properties of the Point of Awareness gives us a good place to develop an understanding of how the Point of Awareness is able to move out of the containment of the body to explore the larger world of shared mind. In the article about the soul, the explanation hinges upon the ability of the soul to choose a frame of reference, so to return to a moment you want to remember, you simply assume an attitude of being there. In doing this we regard our memories as a continuous recording of our daily sensory input, a sort of memory tunnel in which we at the center. And just like when you are reading this blog page, you always have a sense of being in your body at the center of you memories.

So how is going out of body different from being in body observing your memories? The answer is not much.

You are within a holographic environ