Privacy, Ethics & OBE
Copyright 1999 - Robert Bruce (In The Land Down-Under = Australia)
There is a widespread belief
stemming from early this century that has not only remained unchanged
but has been continually propagated ever since. This belief is
that if a projector deliberately invades the privacy of another
person for immoral purposes or unethical gain, or engages in
any disreputable or sexual behavior during OBE, they will be
banned or stopped from further projecting -- grounded by a higher
authority. It is even believed by some that there is a kind of
astral police force watching out for ethical, moral and astral
According to my experience this
belief is a total myth. There are many natural barriers associated
with OBE, but there are no ethical nor moral limitations. No
higher authority is interested in the activities of projectors.
No astral police force will appear and punish bad or naughty
The ethical and moral correctness
of any out-of-body action depends entirely upon the judgment
and conscience of the projector concerned. With out-of-body sex
especially, strong natural barriers are encountered and there
are natural repercussions for repeated disreputable behavior.
If projectors cannot control their behavior they will not last
very long nor travel very far while out of body. Their experiences
will tend to be quickly curtailed whenever they meet any potential
sex partners, real or unreal. This cuts their OBE's very short
indeed and keeps them off the astral streets, so to speak.
If projectors go actively seeking
sex, they will come across an ever increasing number of potential
sex partners. The lower astral planes teem with these. Like attracts
like in a big way in the sensitive out-of-body environment. The
only repercussions stemming from habitual bad behavior, as far
as I am aware, are a lowering of energetic values and of the
levels of operation possible. In this case the attraction of
other like-minded projectors and beings is, I consider, natural
consequence enough. This has the effect of keeping sexually overactive
projectors away from more serious-minded projectors. This has,
I feel, a certain poetic justice to it.
As to invading the privacy of
people in the real world, or other projectors in the out-of-body
environment, even for deliberate unethical gain or immoral purposes,
there are no restrictions. In my experience there is no astral
police force or astral overseer who will suddenly blow a whistle
and say: "OK mate I saw what you just did! Get straight
back into your body and stay there Right Now!" Imagine
the enormous number of astral police that would be required just
to keep tabs on several billion people day and night?
The intentions involved with
privacy issues are important. Continual deliberate breaches of
privacy will cause a serious alteration in a projector's energy
values. This will attract other like-minded projectors and negative-type
beings into their OBE's as well as into their real life; which
is consequence enough methinks.
It seems the whole idea that
out-of-body behavior is policed was started by early researchers
and authors on OBE and related subjects, early last century and
late in the century before this. Most would have realized the
real truth of this matter, of this I am quite sure. However they
seem to have worried that if the public knew the whole shocking
truth about the sheer freedom of OBE, they might use OBE for
what they considered to be immoral purposes. In a way, these
researchers and authors tried to impose their own set of moral
judgments and values upon the public with a "Stop it or
you'll all go blind!" kind of attitude and blanket warning.
They hoped by this, I am sure, to influence people into using
OBE for good and noble purposes only.
Stemming from this, these early
writers and researchers have unwittingly imposed this same set
of values upon the present day. Consider the early written works
in OBE and related fields, and how these have been used as reference
and source material by all researchers, authors and teachers
ever since. All of these early works have had some influence
on present day thought, concerning behavioral limitations of
OBE. As a result of this we now have many versions of 'The Astral
Overseer' and 'The Astral Police' types of beliefs to deal with;
all stemming from the original morally inflicted Victorian fallacy.
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