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Psychic-Medium Kimbery Bunch claims in a video meditation can help you to astral travel, remote view or to have bilocation abilities.

This Video claims that she can "astral travel" spiritually come out of the body see her own body from outside, "remote view" She can "spiritually" see exactly what her husband (or boy friend) do when he is physically away.

Is it all real or possible to do? Has anyone researched it or do we have any proof?

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    There is a long running research project on a similar claim of near-death experiences where people who return to life describe looking down at their bodies in the hospital. As a test, some doctors have left strange images on high shelves which would not be visible from the bed to see if they are included in the description of looking down at oneself. I read an article on the experiment, but I don't know if they have published their results yet. – Nick May 10 '13 at 9:11
  • Is not astral travel, remote view and bilocation kinda the same thing? Out of body experiences. – Wertilq May 10 '13 at 12:20
  • I doubt it. Randi's site mentions one research paper on the topic that initially said remote viewing was possible, but the paper was later debunked. randi.org/encyclopedia/remote%20viewing.html – redtuna May 14 '13 at 2:20
  • It's not real unless "astral travel" is another word for "daydreaming". Some people can control even their sleep dreams to some extent. I suspect Kim Bunch believes she has this ability, but she's fooling herself. Though if "remote viewing" worked, winning Randi's million dollar prize would be an excellent use of it. – glenra Jun 2 '13 at 20:08
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    Needs a definition for astral travel (seems to be too fuzzy to be disprovable). – Sklivvz May 5 '14 at 22:34

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