Some articles on experiences, body experiences, experience, body:
... Charles McCreery, has focussed mainly on hallucinatory experiences in ostensibly normal people ... published an analysis of 400 first-hand accounts of out-of-body experiences ... the first attempt to provide a taxonomy of such experiences, viewed simply as anomalous perceptual experiences, or hallucinations ...
... Out-of-body experiences (OBEs) have become to some extent conflated in the public mind with the concept of the near-death experience ... However, the evidence suggests that the majority of out-of-body experiences do not occur near death, but in conditions of either very high or very low arousal ... as hallucinatory on the grounds that they are perceptual or quasi-perceptual experiences in which by definition the ostensible viewpoint is not coincident with the physical body of the subject ...
... During astral projection and out-of-body experiences, some claim they can (at will or otherwise) see a silver cord linking their astral form to their physical body ... projectors find it useful, claiming it is a fast way to return to the body ... as a link between the two bodies, but it also limits the astral body to wander in great distance ...
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