A lot of people prefer astral projecting with music. In fact, some people can have a really hard time projecting without any music, meditation sounds or binaural beats.
What music or sound is the best for Astral Projection? Which sounds make AP the easiest? Are binaural beats better than meditation music for Astral Projection?
When it comes to Astral Projection sounds, there are really only two good options to pick from.
You can either listen to meditation music or to binaural beats. But what exactly are these and which one is better for you any why. Let’s find out.
Before you even think about the details of Astral Projection such as choosing between meditation music and binaural beats, you should make sure that you understand the fundamentals first.
You should have a clear understanding of what Astral Projection actually is. Even more importantly, you should know how to Astral Project and keep practicing with the same method each time.
Once you have these two down, you can go into the smaller details on your road to achieving Astral Projecting such as binaural beats.
Brainwaves are a very important part of both meditation music and binaural beats when it comes to Astral Projection.
This is because diffrent types of meditation music and binaural beats are focused on different frequencies brainwaves, more on that later.
Let’s go over what brainwaves actually are and what are the different types of brainwaves.
What Are Brainwaves
Essentially, brainwaves are the electrical impulses in the brain that can occur at different frequencies, measured in Hz.
There are 5 different types of brainwave frequencies:
- (1-3 Hz) Delta brainwaves – the slowest brainwaves that we experience during deep sleep
- (4-7 Hz) Theta brainwaves – very slow brainwaves that usually happen during day dreams or during extreme relaxation
- (8-12 Hz) Alpha brainwaves – slow brainwaves that are associated with the state of relaxation
- (13-38 Hz) Beta brainwaves – associated with alertness
- (39-42 Hz) Gamma brainwaves – the fastest brainwaves that are active during states of extreme consciousness
There are many different types of meditation music that differ from each other based on their frequencies.
These frequencies are based on the brainwaves in our brains. There are
Some people might prefer meditation music with lower frequencies and others might prefer normal to higher frequency meditation music.
The two most used meditation music types for Astral Projection are:
- Delta waves mediation music (1 to 4 Hz)
- Theta waves meditation music (4 to 8 Hz)
Pick either Delta or Theta meditation music and try it out for a full week before trying the other one.
Find a long playlist of your meditation music type on YouTube and listen to it through headphones while you sleep. Listening to music like this will increase your awareness which will lead to more Lucid Dreams and potentially even Astral Projection.
Binaural beats are a type of music that you listen to through your headphones where you’ll hear two slightly different tones in each ear but the brain will make an illusion so that you’ll hear a mix of the two tones.
Robert Monroe popularized using binaural beats to achieve Astral Projection. He invented the Gateway Experience where a person uses binaural beats to achieve an out of body experience.
There are many different types of Binaural Beats available, they differ from each other mostly on frequencies.
A good idea would be to pick one and attempt Astral Projection with it for at least a full week before moving onto another binaural beat with different frequencies.
The Best Sounds for Astral Projection
By this point you probably want to know what’s better, meditation music, binaural beats or maybe complete silence?
The answer isn’t straightforward. Everyone is simple and what works for some people might not be the best for you.
The only way to find out what works best for you and to have consistent success with Astral Projection is to practice a lot. Pick meditation music or binaural beats or even no sound and stick with that for a while. If you don’t see any progress for months it’s safe to say that you should move onto one of the other options.
In conclusion, pick either meditation music or binaural beats and stick with them for a few weeks before moving onto the other.
Some people prefer meditation music, others prefer binaural beats. There are also those who can only Astral Project in complete silence and any sound might disturb them. You have to experiment with all of these to find out what works best for you.
If you’re a beginner, pick binaural beats first at least 30 attempts before moving onto the other options. If you’ll end up having a lot of success with binaural beats, stick with them, otherwise you should move on. Remember, practice makes perfect.