Thanks for adding more animation to it
It's nice not to see the same images over and over again. My criticism this time is your statement that Lucid Dreaming and Astral Projection are the same thing. Dreaming is the result of your unconscious brain sending electrical signals to other parts of your brain causing you to perceive images, sensations, and emotions. Lucid Dreaming is being slightly more conscious and consciously making decisions. Like if you were to move your arm, it just happens because you consciously decide for it to happen. Lucid Dreaming can be measured in brainwaves and you can tell the difference in brainwave activity between someone who is aware of dreaming and someone who isn't. But my point is that it happens entirely in the body.
Astral Projection occurs outside of it and, as of yet, we have no solid means of measuring it in a physical sense. Not to say Lucid Dreaming has no connection to Astral Projection, maybe it's a step towards it even, just saying they're different things. I've been able to have Lucid Dreams since I was seven and my uncle told me I could get rid of my nightmares saying "Hahaha, this is just a dream." It worked and I haven't had a nightmare since. I've also ended up accidentally going into dreams of people who are sleeping in close proximity, which is why my family refuses to sleep near me and I'm not dismissing the relationship between Astral Projection and Lucid Dreaming.
If you have any books or sources on why I've ended up in others dreams or how to keep from Lucid Dreaming, seriously, how do I turn it off, could you send them my way? I can't stop doing it, I either end up just walking around a distorted version of familiar areas to me or end up participating in someone else's dream, people don't seem to like it when that happens.
I've had one out of body experience and I must say it was a lot different then Lucid Dreaming. I didn't have that sleepy feeling when dreaming and I felt so much more energetic. I was running at a matted wall with one of my little brothers when I was nine, we were bored, and my body seemed to go faster then myself. It hit the wall and collapsed then I watched myself smash back into my body in super slow motion. I felt great during it but it didn't last long enough for me to truly experience it's full potential. I would usually just dismiss this as nothing but my little brother saw the wall react to two collisions. So I don't disagree with Astral Projection but I don't understand enough about it to think that's it's an absolute fact.