Astral Projection, commonly called “Out of Body Experiences” or “OBE” for short, is the process of consciously leaving your physical body to consciously explore different dimensions other than the physical. Astral projection is something we can all do, even if it seems bizarre or impossible for those who have never heard of such a concept.
That’s right! You can practice it right now with determination, practice, and patience. The previous episode talked about the importance of mediation, and that practice is fundamental in learning to astral project easily.
In order to enter into an astral state, you must be able to relax your body and quiet your mind, for your consciousness to begin tuning itself to a different dimension. Once you are detached physically, you will feel a sense of openness or freedom and allowing your thoughts to guide your spirit wherever it wants to go.
Astral projection often is compared with Lucid Dreaming, and both are very...
In this episode, Patchman delves into the world of the microcosms which make up the macrocosm.
As we’ve explored before, everything in our universe is fundamentally made up of a base sacred geometry known as the flower of life. From this geometry stems many more shapes and solids which make up our physical world as we know it.
This episode features other episodes within it from shows like Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman. This show discusses quantum psychics and how things are connected cosmically and consciously.
Later on, in the episode we also look at a very incredible study done which involved scanning the body repeatedly during conception, to show what the stages of birth look like from embryo to fetus. In this video, we see a cell literally divides itself into a flower of life pattern until it eventually becomes a developed life form. We are literally living sacred geometry.
There is also a clip from a video called The Template from a team of lightworkers in the...
This episode talks about the importance of the four elements, commonly known as Earth, Fire, Water, and Air, which are found in many different systems all around the world. We have the four elements, four states of matter, four seasons, four directions and many more.
This system of four is prevalent everywhere and holds many different meanings. Patchman describes a few ways to view reality, through a single, dual, triple and quadruple viewpoint.
The first one is unity, it is single energy that encompasses all there is. It is singular, and there is nothing outside of it. Then there is duality, it is male and female. Black and white, yin and yang.
Then there is the holy trinity; mind, body, and spirit. More commonly, this can be seen with “up-down middle” “hot-cold neutral” or “male-female child”. Finally, there are four elements that can be understood through the four modalities of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual means.
On another level,...
This episode explores the inherent cosmic connections between all things in the universe. Whether we see, feel or understand it, we are all connected to each other and every single thing energetically. This goes the same for the entire cosmos and universe as well.
As we’ve explored before, we are all connected through the fundamental geometry of the flower of life which is the underlying fabric of reality itself.
This includes thoughts and emotions because on this level, everything exists in a tangible form. Just because we can’t physically see thoughts and emotions in front of us like an object, doesn’t mean they don’t exist.
With the understanding of dimensions and frequency, we can start to see how thoughts and emotions can manifest on higher planes of reality called the astral dimension. The very act of having a thought creates it on these higher dimensions of reality.
If we could physically see the thoughts and emotions we emit, we would probably be a...
What are black holes? This episode explores the many different possibilities because we still aren’t completely sure! Some scientific institutions describe them as giant vacuums in space.
However, black holes do not have the structure of a vacuum, they instead seem to act as gigantic singularities. In the center of a black hole is a space with no volume, but infinite gravity. It is so dense that light can’t escape its pull. This is an exciting revelation because it means there is something faster than light!
Patchman hypotheses that at the center point of a light photon, infinity might be present, just like in the center of a black hole.
One way to describe black holes in a way that seems to make sense is through the model of a torus. It’s constantly taking energy in and emitting energy out simultaneously, and this model can be applied to ourselves as well. From something like a whirlpool, an atom or a galaxy, they all have a toroidal flow spinning around them.
This episode zooms out and looks at the big picture unfolding here on earth, and in the universe itself. Our story on this planet doesn’t actually start on this planet at all but within the stars.
These stars, bursting with light energy are what initially created the planet we call earth. From an explosion of stars, this laid the foundation of our solar system to grow into being. Our planet started as a collection of dust and rock particles.
It evolved throughout huge spans of time, slowly creating biologic life. Primitive lifeforms in the form of blue-green algae were some of the first types of life on our planet. Water formed like veins of the earth, trees began, soil fertilized the ground, and life, as we know it slowly, started to emerge.
The first homo-sapiens appeared on our planet a few hundred thousand years ago. Some ancient civilizations say we arrived on this planet from the stars.
Jumping ahead to modern-day, we’ve sort of dropped the ball of life more than...
This episode focuses on the vacuum of space and how our current perception of space and vacuums work. We also go back to exploring the vast mystery that is black holes once again! Someone asked Patchman why he doesn’t relate a black hole to that of a vacuum. He answered with, where’s the motor, the bag, the power source?
A black hole is a lot more like a whirlpool of water. Especially if we look at it from above, it looks flat on the surface of the water, a lot like the typical model of a black hole.
From underneath, we can see the water flows downwards and gets denser the farther it goes as the weight of the water creates a dense pressure.
The brilliant physicist Nassim Haramein has created some incredible work to describe how the vacuum of space works through different geometries which can represent the male and female forms. Nassim even suggests that the entire universe itself may, in fact, be inside a supermassive black hole.
Just like a piece of paper when folded...
The days of the week are each governed by a celestial body. It’s not always easy to spot the ruler of the day by its name, but you can see the relationship quite clearly by observing the names in different languages!
Monday, or Lunes in Spanish, is governed by the Moon. The Moon is called Luna in Latin. This is a great day for reflection, getting in touch with your feelings, and cleaning up your environment.
Tuesday, or Martes in Spanish, is governed by Mars. This is a day of energy, stamina, aggression, and achievement. It’s a great day for expressing your passion, getting exercise, and releasing pent up frustration and energy.
Wednesday, or Mercredi in french, is governed by Mercury. This is a day for study, wisdom, travel, and meditation. Mercury moves very quickly and is the essence of consciousness represented by Hermes/Thoth, himself.
Thursday, related by the Norse God of Thunder, Thor, is the day governed by our largest planetary body: Jupiter. Jupiter in roman...