The Dawn Of Clairvoyance

A well-known authority on the subject of Psychic Development says:

"Occasional flashes of clairvoyance sometimes comes to the highly

cultured and spiritual-minded man, even though he may never have heard

of the possibility of training such a faculty. In his case such glimpses

usually signify that he is approaching that stage in his evolution when

these powers will naturally begin to manifest themselves. Their

should serve as an additional stimulus to him to strive to

maintain that high standard of moral purity and mental balance without

which clairvoyance is a curse and not a blessing to its possessor.

Between those who are entirely unimpressionable and those who are in

full possession of clairvoyant power, there are many intermediate

stages. Students often ask how this clairvoyant 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 any 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; yet 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."