• How Clairvoyance Is Developed

  • Theosophical Classics
  • By: C. W. Leadbeater
  • Narrated by: Michael Strader
  • Length: 51 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Leadbeater attempts to answer the age-old question, which all aspirants to the occult sciences ask their teacher: How can I have those powers? He outlines different examples of the steps and the philosophy behind what the student will need to do in order to begin accessing the extraordinary powers they have within. In doing so, he doesn't limit the discussion to simply clairvoyance, but he touches on astral travel and other psychic powers.

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Rather prejudiced.....

The author basically knocked every race except for Europeans for their contributions into this field. He speaks from bad knowledge. He basically speaks to Europeans and Rosacrutions being the forefathers of mysticism. He said all other races use drugs and aren't qualifed to practice these arts. And he only speaks of his methods and anything else is wrong?!
Very biased.

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A “How to book” without any “how to”

This book should have been called “A cautionary tale of clairvoyance” instead of “How clairvoyance is developed.”

For anyone looking to develop their clairvoyant gifts and hoping to find practices or exercises to help on that path, this book is not for you!

This book does not have any “How To” in it!
Outdated ideology and no actionable steps… after doing some research I realized that the writer may have written his book in a time when you had to keep the information secret.

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Didn't learn 1 thing

I was really disappointed in this book. There was Nothing that was useful. Nothing was given that could be used. I felt that the words used were not the average person's vocabulary. Was not worth the $ I spent.

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Short and ending was worth it.

Short and the ending finally got to the points I was looking to gain. It was very clear to understand and could have really gotten to the point quicker, book was short anyway and clear. Glad it was offered.

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Horrible narrator

The narrator is over dramatic. The way he is narrating is too disstracting to listen to. I bought the book instead.

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Compressed Learning & Safety

At first, I admit I wanted the author to get to the point, the nitty gritty; but, I soon learned that developing & improving these type of abilities in consciousness require some ground to cover. Most importantly, is knowing how to keep yourself safe during the process. Leadbeater answered my questions about other techniques & methods people have used throughout history; e.g., organic or inorganic elements, hallucinogens, etc. Leadbeater provides meaningful & satisfying explanations about why these organic/inorganic/artificial means to save time in the process operate on our lower levels of being, our lower levels of consciousness. This means there are no quick fixes; however, it doesn't mean it's a tortuous process that takes pains to practice & develop. He gives recommendations for the practice & development but nothing formulaic or boring. The book is short & easy to read or listen to in one or two sittings.