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Clairvoyance and Clairaudience:
What They Are and How They Are Developed

 

By George A. Boyd ©2003

Clairvoyance, or inner clear vision, is difficult to achieve because the bands of the mind produce much extraneous material. One type of inner visioning, called metavisional perception, occurs when your attention is focused in the attentional principle. We may characterize six types of distracting elements that arise in metavisional perception before true clairvoyance may be obtained.

  1. Sensory distractions within the reader’s body or from the environment

  2. Presence of memories or life experiences

  3. Presence of thoughts or emotional reactions flooding awareness

  4. Awareness of energy flow, subtle sensory visions or auras, other dimensions

  5. Presence of spiritual forms or archetypes, or other entities (these may communicate information)

  6. Presence of images and fantasy materials as stream of consciousness

  7. No arising of unconscious or conscious material (true clairvoyance)

Clairaudience, or accurate inner listening, occurs when the attention is focused on an inner center such as spirit, nucleus of identity, ensouling entity, chakra within a vehicle, etc. Here, the attention listens to the inner center, and it gives information and guidance. Distracting elements also arise in clairaudience, which directly parallel those seen in clairvoyance. These are listed below:

  1. Hearing the inner sounds within your personality vehicles (vehicular Nada), the physiological sounds within your body or noises from the external world

  2. Hearing voices from your past, auditory memories

  3. Hearing your thoughts or articulated emotions

  4. Hearing the Nada within your higher vehicles or from the Nadamic stream

  5. Hearing a spiritual form or archetype speak to you

  6. Presence of voices or dialogue; this can present as a stream of consciousness flow of information or inner conversation with an entity

  7. No arising of unconscious or conscious material (true clairaudience)

How They Are Developed

A basic technique used by many groups is called Pratyahara, which means the withdrawal of energy from the senses. Visual Pratyahara, called Jyoti Laya, helps stimulate clairvoyance. Auditory Pratyahara, called Shabda Laya, enhances clairaudience. Both techniques are taught in the Mudrashram® Master Course in Meditation and the Accelerated Meditation Program.

Clairvoyance is also augmented by Raja Yoga, which is taught in both the Mudrashram® Master Course in Meditation and the Mudrashram® Advanced Course in Meditation; and Tratakam, which is taught in the Mudrashram® Advanced Course in Meditation.

Clairaudience may be further strengthened by dialogue methods such as the Rainbow Technique and Receptive Meditation, both of which are taught in the Mudrashram® Master Course in Meditation. Guru Dhyan Meditation, taught in the Mudrashram® Advanced Course in Meditation and the Satsang Program Home Study Course, introduces how to commune with and listen to a spiritual guide, which further amplifies the faculty of clairaudience.

Clairvoyance and clairaudience are important in developing the ability to do a psychic reading. It is important to recognize the layers of distraction that may interfere with these inner faculties and gradually learn to filter them out. Once this is attained, you will get the best results from your readings and obtain better quality information from the intuitive sources within.

 

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