Out-of-Body Experiences
1 The Monroe Institute
Provides experiential education programs for out-of-body experiences, consciousness and mind-brain-consciousness research that facilitate the personal exploration of human consciousness.


2 Out-of-body experience
An out-of-body experience (OBE or sometimes OOBE) is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside one's body and, in some cases, the feeling of perceiving one's physical body as if from a place outside one's body


3 Why people Have Out-of-body Experiences
In 1958, Robert Monroe floated out of his body for the first time. It began “without any apparent cause,” he wrote. His doctor, finding no physical ailment, prescribed tranquilizers.


4 Enlightenment

On this site, Jackie Jones-Hunt, Ph.D., is a psychical researcher and author of Seances with God: God Through the Ages, which explores mediumship from many perspectives and considers various categories of evidence for survival of consciousness after physical death, including near-death experiences, out-of-body experiences, mediumship, etc.

5 Out-of-body experiences: Neuroscience or the paranormal?

As you lie in slumber, your spirit body snaps free and drifts upward while your physical shell is left lonely on the bed below, connected only by a fragile, silvery cord.

6 Real Out-of-Body Experiences

By providing wrong but matching views and feelings, scientists mentally "teleport" people outside their own bodies

7 My Personal Guide To Astral Projection And Out Of Body Experiences
I’ve been having intentional out of body experiences and practicing astral projection since 2013...


8 Out Of Body Experiences: Mystery Explained
A team from the University of Ottawa in Canada have recorded the first ever real-time fMRI scan on someone having an out of body experience, with astonishing results which could form the basis of an explanation for one of the greatest medical mysteries. Spoiler Alert -- It's not paranormal.


9 Out-of-Body Experiences Explained?
Kevin Nelson and Peter Fenwick give their viewpoints on out-of-body experiences.