Saturday, February 9, 2008


1. What Does the Term Clairvoyance Mean and What Does It Involve?
We predict the future all the time, but we usually, if not always,do it by taking into account our experience, knowledge, and surroundings. Some predictions by psychics come true. So do some predictions by non-psychics. No doubt much of our anticipation of the future is unconscious and second nature, but it is based on quite natural and mundane abilities and not on mysterious or supernatural powers.

Clairvoyance, a psychic ability to see things beyond the range of the power of vision, is often called the “sixth sense.” Clairvoyance is the art of “seeing” with senses beyond the five we normally use.It is usually associated with precognition or retrocognition.

Clairvoyance is related to the images that are always present in your mind that bring messages from other realms. These images can be shape, colors, still, animated, remain on a few seconds, or last a longer time. You may “see” them with your eyes open or closed.The faculty of seeing into the future is called second sight if it is not induced by scrying, drugs, trance, or other artificial means.

The word clairvoyance means “clear-sighted,” or being able to see in the invisible (to physical vision) worlds. It is a faculty latent in all and will eventually be possessed by every human being in the course of his or her spiritual unfolding.Although, inherently, each of us has this faculty, a persistent effort is required to unfold it in a positive manner, and this seems to be a powerful deterrent. If it could be bought, many people would pay a high price for it. Few people, however, seem willing to live the life that is required to awaken it. That awakening comes only by patient, persistent effort. It cannot be purchased: there is no royal road to its acquisition. A Gallup poll indicates that belief in clairvoyance has increased from 26 percent to 32 percent over the past decade. It is,undoubtedly, the element of prophecy that makes clairvoyance so fascinating to many people. To be able to cheat time, so to speak,becomes almost a passion with some. Yet, such attempts to glimpse into the future, when successful, bring dissatisfaction, unrest, a centering of attention upon oneself, and a general loss of equilibrium; when unsuccessful, they are futile indeed.The true clairvoyant power, on the other hand — which takes its beginnings in unselfish love — brings with it no such unhappy results. It is a power used at will by the master of life; in us it feebly manifests as flashes of intuition, hunches, warnings in dreams, and the like. A person who knows “instinctively,” as we say,what to do in a crisis, when to act, and when to refrain from action, who can make swift decisions, perhaps on momentous questions, that contain no flaw of judgment, who has a balanced sense of values is merely exercising the clairvoyant power of “seeing straight.” Some people find it easy to tune their frequencies in to the other side to “see.” Other people develop the skill with practice. Some people can never master it. Some people become clairvoyant after a unique experience such as a Near-Death Experience, ET Abduction, high fever, serious accident, blow to the head area, or opening of the kundalini energies. Some people use chemical stimulants or hallucinogens to heighten their awareness.This is something I do not advise as the information may not be accurate and physical side effects may occur later on.

The very qualities such as discrimination and sound judgment, the natural attributes of the well-developed individual, indicate that normal evolutionary growth leads us sanely, even if imperceptibly, towards the acquiring of clairvoyant powers. The highly specialized powers of the adept, the normal higher human faculties, developed, refined, and expanded to a universal scope, must always rest on such secure foundations of character.

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