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How to develop a positive clairvoyance?

Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".

The development of the creative imagination is a very delicate, slow and gradual process, nothing like what is seen on television, movies or places where we are promised the development of chakras for a few coins.

This faculty, as we could call it, certainly has to do with the magnetic center of the eyebrows or Ajna chakra, and is related to the sixth element of nature or astral light. This powerful energy is strengthened when there is a proper and transcendent use of our creative energy, more every time we get angry, impatient, have resentments, hatred, revenge and any of those negative emotions, this astral light is transformed into a poison called Imperil, which damages precisely this precious lotus flower.

In other words, as long as we are angry, we cannot develop this ability.

“It is necessary to acquire the deepest serenity, it is urgent to develop patience and tenacity. It is necessary to remain indifferent before the praise and the vituperation, before the triumph and the defeat. It is necessary to change the process of reasoning for the beauty of comprehension. " Samael Aun Weor

It is daily meditation that can develop the capacity for positive imagination coupled with cultivating a rich inner life. But, it must be recognized that such development is without spectacularities, without rays that come out of the head, without old people in white coats, without sound appointments with strange names. Rather, it is like a flower that comes out in the swamp, like a lonely tree that grows slowly for years until it finally bears fruit.

And it is that a rich interior life is understood by the development of veneration, patience, foresight and respect. We need to go back to times gone by, times when sacred and divine things found in nature and in the mystery temples of the different cultures of the world were respected.


The Wisdom of Being Magazine 87, Chapter: "Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition".