How to Enter Equestria (Or Practically Any Other Universe!) (VERSION 2)

For those who have trouble with the first strategy, there is another that has often been stated in some shape or form that can help with going to any universe of your desire. Credit goes to Horseyes for the guide, as it is originally theirs and not mine. I personally believe that anybody should have the right to have access to this guide, as it is their right to pursue peace and happiness, and their sense of belonging. The original, non-pasted guide can be found here:

Perhaps this version will better suit your needs if you found the first to be unsatisfactory.



— [Section one] Basic praxis.

— Step Zero.

— Step One, meditation.

— Step Three, Current projection technique.


— [Section two] Deeper knowledge on the method.

— Things to expect.

— A list of alternate consciousnesses and their application.


—[Section three] General background.





* step zero; Setting a goal.


Start every session with this firm goal

“I will transfer my mind-body to [equestria] to receive teachings for the benefit of others”

Whether or not you ACTUALLY mean that doesn’t matter. Though, meaning it doesn’t hurt. You could also simplify this as ” I will transfer my mind to [equestria]” but I recommend keeping to the first.


* Step one; Meditation.


Sit in a comfortable position! Keep your tongue lightly pressed against the roof of your mouth, eyes can be opened *or* closed, whichever you want. Try to make sure your back is straight though ;o) Below is the fourfold transition into meditation.




Start your meditation with an open relaxed awareness of everything. thoughts/feelings/sensations/emotions. Don’t cling to them! Be aware of them, kind of like watching a duck in a pond. Try to take more attention on feelings and sensations, but don’t push away awareness of other things.


When you’ve got that down start narrowing it in on bodily sensations, let other things keep circulating in the background of awareness but don’t focus on them. Just place more attention at body sensations.


Focus on bodily sensations of the breath. Same rule as above, however let your mind flow freely to wherever you feel breath sensations. Breathe naturally, Act as passive observer.


Focus your attention at the sensation of air coming in and out of the nostrils, locate wherever the sensations are the clearest. If your mind wanders, gently bring it back. Thats all!




Once in the meditation the attention and awareness process is the same, your main focus is the sensations of breath in and out of the nostrils. Whatever feeling or thought or etc comes up, note it with as simple a label as possible and let it go.




IF YOU SEE SOMETHING DURING THIS PERIOD, don’t expect to, but if you do take the same principle here. Passive observer. Until your concentration is strong, messing with what you see may cause the vision to collapse.



If you feel like you’ve stopped breathing or its become very subtle; DO NOT BE SCARED. This is samadhi, UNLESS its a medical thing, this is normal and exactly where you need to be at.







* Step two; Current Projection technique.


Below is adapted from a leddit that explains the phenomenon at this point semi well.



Close your eyes and look ahead into the darkness. while still keeping your gaze roughly centered, notice the changes you see but keep them in your peripheral vision (blobs of light, abstract shadows, etc.)


Try making out whatever you see in the darkness for as long as you can, it’s similar to watching the clouds and seeing what it looks like, just keep doing this as the blackness behind your eyelids change in form, shape, and color.


What will happen at some point during this is that you’ll feel a “shift” in awareness. You have phased, meaning you are in the non-physical. The blackness behind your eyelids will feel now like a dark room you could walk in like Eleven from Stranger Things, this is called 3D Blackness/The Void State/Mind Awake Body Asleep/Monroe’s Focus 10. When you reach this state, simply get up or direct your mind to your destination and you’ll have fully separated.


NOTE; if you have significantly *good* meditative concentration, eyes being closed is entirely unnecessary.




* Things to expect.


Within the pali canon and general buddhist and hindu texts dealing in meditation, the reports are always the same. It is entirely possible to experience and “go to” alternate realities that seem fully real. Some things to expect from both my students experiences and the textual corpus are as such;


1: Beings in other realms cannot typically see or interact with the “Mind body”. This is well documented in both indic and tibetan traditions. Typically, those that can actually interact with the beings are those with a significant amount of concentration or “spiritual” power. An example would be from the earth store bodhisattva sutra, where a girl meditates into hell to find her mother has left.


It will take you a good deal of time before you become stable enough to interact with beings, interestingly you may find yourself attempting to make a more concrete body in these ‘equestrias’ or taking residence in a somewhat empty host. The mind seems uncomfortable with not having a body for most people.


2: When you enter for the first time, it will be fairly unstable and you’re likely to blink out. If you cling to what you see, you’re going to have a bad time trying to come back. Refer back up to section one to see what to do.


Interestingly, there’s also a sort of randomization effect during the unstable stage. You’ll find yourself bounced around sometimes, especially when your concentration is weak. Expect the first Equestria you go into to be somewhat bizarrely different from what you expected.


3: This is a meditative exercise. Expect to have some very strange feelings and insights come up. Note them. It is imperative that if something unpleasant ever comes up, you do not fear it. This can fuck you up immensely.


4: Lights. Alot of them. This is called nimitta, literally it means sign. Seeing these bright fucking things is good, it’s a sign of deep concentration.


5: When you’re doing this correctly, yes, it will be as if you are literally there.


6: The first few times you meditate, expect to have some bizarre shaking. This is normal. Don’t cling to it, note it and move on. A few days of meditation will calm this down.




In Buddhism, the main model of which we base ourselves on, there is approximately eight listed consciousnesses. We call the general ones, including the concentration states prior to deeper ones, samadhi.


In the later ones we have four called ‘jhana’.


Then another four called arupa jhana. Meaning formless.


Why include these ‘jhanas?’, because they’re hyper deep states of concentration, less or no worry about dropping out of the world you enter due to distraction or clinging.




Momentary concentration: This is about what it says on the tin. Brief glimpses of concentration, non stable.


Preliminary concentration: This arises with the initial attempt to stay with the meditation object (breath in this case.) more stable.


Access Concentration: This is stable at this point. This is when it would be best to attempt entering the jhanas/arupa jhanas. With breath, the sign of entering this state is that your breath either is very shallow or feels like it’s not there at all. YOU ARE FINE. Unless your throats closing, don’t worry. This state is what you need to get into the others.


Getting into the regular jhanas from here is simple. When you don’t feel like you’re breathing or it’s shallow, find a pleasant sensation to focus on. There’ll be something. Either the peace of your practice, or some good emotion, or relaxed body. But there will always be something.




These states are various degrees of pleasure, though they aren’t born from any kind of normal pleasure in this world. Buddhists believe these to be the same mind states beings in heavens will have.


1: These factors are present when in this state. Directed attention

(vitakka); Sustained attention (vicara); Meditative joy (pīti); Bodily pleasure

and/or happiness (sukha).


This state is said to be born from ‘withdrawal’ which more or less means withdrawal from the typical mode of interaction with the world or you due to the practice.


2: The meditator has confidence and unification of mind (ekaggata). The following two jhāna factors are present – Meditative joy (pīti); Bodily

pleasure and/or happiness (sukha).


This state is said to be born of concentration.


3: The meditator has mindfulness (sati) and clear comprehension

(sampajañña). The following two jhāna factors are present – Bodily pleasure and/or

happiness (sukha); Equanimity (upekkha).


This state is basically said to be really, really fucking good feeling. Around this stage traditionally is when you do the best with ‘psychic’ phenomenon.


4: The meditator has purity of mindfulness (sati-sampajañña) due to

equanimity (upekkha). The only jhāna factor present is Equanimity (upekkha).


Still very pleasurable, but at this point it’s calmer.




These get kinda weird. They’re states of feeling bodiless brought about by meditating without an object or focusing on something reminiscent to these states.


These were popular among hindus, it was seen as states of unification with brahman or “god” or “the true self”


Boundless space/1: This is about what it says on the tin. A strange perception of boundless space, empty.


Boundless consciousness/2: Much the same as they all will be. Interesting experience of boundless consciousness. This is a great stage for exploring so called ‘psychic’ phenomenon. Some say that this causes the space around you to become bright appearing, like space is a beautiful light.


Infinite nothingness/3: You ever read jazzteeths, end of the universe? Where Anon and Celestia are left in the universe alone, no lights or stars? Imagine that. There is no vastness, almost no sensations other than nothingness. Almost like attention is out of the picture entirely with nearly all phenomena except nothingness. They’re still there, but that’s not what’s being attended to.


This is not being ‘checked out’/dissociative.


Neither perception nor non perception/4: There is no reasonable way to describe this. You get here by hanging around in infinite nothingness.






This practice, is a form of bringing on a conscious “NDE” through meditation. You are in no risk of dying, though, i do think you may be able to permanently switch your consciousness over to one of these realms if desired once established enough in concentration.


You will not be able to control the content of what happens in the equestria you arrive in. It’s literally like interacting with the physical world and is part of how you know you aren’t larping with yourself. Though, you can control the time and which one you want to visit when developed in concentration enough.

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