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  • Do a search on the name ED DAMES. He was CIA during the cold war, belonged to psychic spy program, now teaches others.

  • The main meditation used for developing psychic powers is focusing your eyes on the light of a candle. They say that in 6 months of doing that meditation every day you will start to develop something…

    The other thing that i have actually seen work is chikung/qigong or however you want to call it. The chinese slow movements like taichi to develop your energy.

    However you do it, i think it takes quite a lot of time to develop.

  • Ah, Grasshopper… to have this thing you want, first you must not want it. Ego and ego gratification is the barrier, young one. Want nothing, have everything!

  • Check into Remote Viewing, which is the program (as the story goes) that was developed by the CIA during the 1970s. It’s the procedure that has withstood the most scrutiny. I’ve always been a skeptic, so I decided to research and test it myself and it’s actually surprisingly accurate a majority of the time; sometimes eerily so.

    Some books you may want to check out are Psychic Warrior by David Moorehouse, The Seventh Sense by Lyn Buchanan and any of the Remote Viewing books by Joseph McMoneagle (Mind
    Trek, Remote Viewing Secrets, etc.). All of these authors were allegedly part of the CIA psychic team.

    There is also a website (firedocs.com/remoteviewing) that discusses remote viewing in detail and has what is stated to be the actual CIA manual available for download.

  • Many meditative monks from the forest traditions of South-East Asia (Buddhist), China (Dao and buddhist) and India (Hindu) cultivate these powers as a by-product of their path to wisdom. If you sincerely wish to achieve these powers, you must cultivate the meditations called ‘Jhana’. Find a teacher who teaches Jhana and if you follow him or her, you will succeed.

  • You all ready have those powers and use them every day of your life. They are sensing, feeling, envisioning, enlightening, learning, experiencing, educating and thought processing. And the biggy is memorizing, comparing and recalling.
    Also, your subconscious mind spends a good part of your sleep going over events of the day backwards and forwards, according to recent studies, looking for odd or remarkable markers of danger, misunderstanding, patterns of communication, attraction and or comprehension, all out of the darkness of sleep.
    Sleep is like a magic elixir that enhances your powers of memory, comprehension, awareness, patterns, and the blending of the unbelievable and other tricks of consciousness, all aimed at survival, ultimately.

  • No well conducted scientific study has shown that these phenonmena actually exist. The best bet would be to study up on this first.

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