The Gazing Technique

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The Gazing Technique
Post # 1
This method involves the body falling asleep best done when you are going to bed. You need something to focus on, if it is in view the moon, the stars, a crystal or a favourite doll will work well. Use whatever you like.

Some use a candle for this technique, I would advise against it as you will be leaving the lit candle unattended.

Place the object within your view and lie down in your bed. Just stare at the object as you doze off. The first few times may be frustrating. You may just fall asleep and that's it. Most fail the first few tries but don't lose faith and it will eventually pay off.

Keep staring at the object. As your eyelids become heavy, keep staring. Eventually your eyes will close, but you will still be able to see the object. You will still be staring at the object, sit up or stand up and don't be surprised to see your physical body sleeping peacefully in your bed.
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Re: The Gazing Technique
Post # 2
I don't remember who suggested it to me (a member on the site), but they said that when you AP (sometimes it is spontaneous in our sleep) that if we're out too long our bodies don't get rest. I have these episodes of falling asleep and getting no rest, accompanied with freaky dreams (which I guess could be AP but I'm not aware of it).

Though, your mind needs enough time in the various stages of sleep to constitute getting rest. Not sure what to think really; maybe a more experienced APer has some insight?
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Re: The Gazing Technique
Post # 3
I have a question about this: What's the best way to position the object so you can see it while still being relaxed? In front of you? Above you? At your side? Or does it matter?
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Re: The Gazing Technique
Post # 4
Just a quick note to confirm what you heard, Kikuyo. The operation of AP does indeed prevent the natural rhythm of rest for the mind and body during sleep.
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