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Clairvoyance

The term clairvoyance denotes the ability of the consciousness to perceive non-material worlds and non-material objects.

There are two principally different types of clairvoyance.

The first one is realized by the head chakra ajna. It allows one to see color radiance (auras) that occur around bodies of people when they feel certain emotions; each emotion has its corresponding color.

It is clear that this kind of clairvoyance is useful only for “spying on others” and thus has no value on the spiritual Path.

The truly valuable form of clairvoyance can be gained through the development of oneself as a spiritual heart.

One can begin developing it through healing practice based on transmitting the energy of the Holy Spirit though one’s own chakra anahata and the arms connected energetically to this chakra.

This form of clairvoyance — as a result of its development — allows learning to see God in His various Manifestations: from concrete Representatives of the Creator — to the Creator in His Abode.

To gain this ability, one has to achieve first the ethical and bioenergetical purity and develop oneself as a consciousness according to the principles of the methodology of spiritual development.

Also one can gain clairvoyance automatically as a result of mastering the methods of raja yoga and buddhi yoga.
 

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