Bilocation and astral projection, also known as the out of body experience, are often mistakenly thought of as two separate things but both are actually the same. The only difference is that bilocation requires that the person’s awareness be split between two conscious environments. In astral projection, the physical body is in the physical realm and often asleep, while the other body is in the astral plane.
In the majority of cases, individuals who experience both often do so unaware of their actions. However, there are some people who are able to control their experiences. Astral projection tends to occur in a dreamlike state, which is why most individuals tend to mistake astral experiences as mere dreams unless evidence is present to suggest otherwise. It is easier for some individuals to go into an astral state compared to others, although there is a firm belief that astral projection can be done by anyone with enough practice.
Experts suggest individuals interested in astral projection and bilocation master astral projection first. This requires the physical body to be unconscious while the astral body is conscious to be able to tend to both the TRV (techincal remote viewing) structure and at the same time collect information in the data matrix using all the senses. Inability to tend to any one of these structures leads to infiltration by the imagination and judgment.
Spontaneous bilocation and astral projection are both believed to be omens of bad things to come, most commonly of the death of the person traveling between planes.