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Astral Projection
Crystal Gazing
Development Methods
Dream Psychomancy
Future Time Psychomancy
How To Develop Yourself
Past Time Psychomancy
Simple Psychomancy
Space Psychomancy
The Akashic Records
The Astral Body
The Astral Senses
The Astral Tube
The Aura
The Five Methods
The Nature Of Psychomancy
The Three Classes

How To Develop Yourself

Passing to the actual practice, we desire to inform our students that
the faculty of Psychomancy lies dormant in every person--that is the
Astral Senses are present in everyone, and the possibility of their
being awakened into activity is always present. The different degrees
of power observable in different persons depend chiefly upon the degree
of development, or unfoldment, rather than upon the comparative
strength of the faculties. In some persons, of certain temperaments,
the Astral Senses are very near the manifesting point at all times.
Flashes of what are considered to be "intuition," premonitions, etc.,
are really manifestations of Psychomancy in some phase. In the case of
other persons, on the other hand, the Astral Senses are almost
atrophied, so merged in materialistic thought and life are these
people. The element of Faith also plays an important point in this
phenomena, as it does in all Occult phenomena, for that matter. That is
to say, that one's ~belief~ tends to open up the latent powers and
faculty in man, while a corresponding ~disbelief~ tends to prevent
the unfoldment or manifestation. There is a very good psychological
reason for this as all students of the subject well know. Belief and
Disbelief are two potent psychological factors on all planes of action.

Occultists know, and teach, that the Astral Senses and faculties of the
human race will unfold as the race progresses, at which time that which
we now call Psychomantic Power will be a common possession of all
persons, just as the use of the Physical Senses are to the race at the
present time. In the meantime, there are persons who, not waiting for
the evolution of the race, are beginning to manifest this power in a
greater or lesser degree, depending much upon favorable circumstances,
etc. There are many more persons in this stage of development than is
generally realized. In fact many persons manifesting Psychomantic
power, occasionally, are apt to pass by the phenomena as "imagination,"
and "foolishness," refusing to recognize its reality. Then, again, many
persons manifest the power during sleeping hours, and dismiss the
matter as "merely a dream," etc.

Regarding this matter of the dawning of Psychomancy, a well-known
authority writes as follows: "Students often ask how this psychic
faculty will first be manifested in themselves--how they may know when
they have reached the stage at which its first faint foreshadowings are
beginning to be visible. Cases differ so widely that it is impossible
to give to this question an answer that will be universally applicable.
Some people begin by a plunge, as it were, and under some unusual
stimulus become able just for once to see some striking vision; and
very often in such a case, because the experience does not repeat
itself, the seer comes in time to believe that on that occasion he must
have been the victim of hallucination. Others begin by becoming
intermittently conscious of the brilliant colors and vibrations of the
human aura; others find themselves with increasing frequency seeing and
hearing something to which those around them are blind and deaf; others
again see faces, landscapes, or colored clouds floating before their
eyes in the dark, before they sink to rest; while perhaps the commonest
experience of all is that of those who begin to recollect with greater
and greater clearness what they have seen and heard on other planes
during sleep."

Very many persons possess respectable degrees of Simple Psychomancy,
varying from vague impressions to the full manifestation of the
faculty, as described in these lessons. Such a person has "intuitions";
"notions"; "presentiments," and the faculty of getting ideas regarding
other persons and things, other than by the usual mental processes.
Others manifest certain degrees of Psychometric powers, which develop
rapidly by practice. Others find themselves possessing certain degrees
of power of "scrying" through Crystals, which power, also, may be
developed by practice. The phases of Time Psychomancy, Past and Future;
and that of Space Psychomancy, in its higher degrees, are far more
rare, and few persons possess them, and still fewer persist in the
practice until they develop it, they lacking the patience, persistence,
and application necessary.

While it is very difficult to lay down a set method of instruction in
the Development of Psychomantic Power, owing to reasons already given,
and because of the varying temperaments, etc., of students, yet there
is possible a plan of giving general information, which if followed
will put the student upon the right path toward future development. And
this plan we shall now proceed to give the students of this little

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