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Although everyone may start practicing the techniques found in this book, the ESP training will be more efficient for those who have at least 100 non-linear hours of experience with meditation. However, the training will still work if the student practices meditation along the way, even if it is for the first time. For this purpose, we will have a short chapter on meditation. So that everyone is comfortable with this training, we will suggest a few meditative techniques of various spiritual traditions. We encourage the reader to be open-minded to all spiritual paths, while engaging in his preferred tradition.

Any type of technical training can take up to two years, in just about any field of application (cooking, building, machinery operator…). It is the same for ESP. Although most people will show small scale results right from the beginning, it can take up to two years of daily practice to get efficient results. Most people will step quickly thru the techniques, as fast as possible, hoping to develop ESP quicker. This haste will be their downfall, since the body, the mind and the consciousness will not have time to entrain. I encourage everyone to practice long enough each technique before moving on to the other. Along your training, you are also encouraged to have meditation periods, where you are not entraining yourself to ESP. These meditations are essential breaks you must give to your mind. Failure to meditate will result in longer training requirements before any sign of success shows up.

Some people find the recitation of mantras (like magic formulas) to be inefficient, or meditation to be a waste of time. When asked how long they recited the mantra, they answer with a few minutes, 1 hour to the most. When asked how long they meditated, they reply that they could not endure past the first 20 minutes. It takes serious devotion and discipline to do this training, but once done, it is extremely powerful and works wonders. The mind and the body will react to this training. Sometimes positively, sometimes apparently negatively, while the structures of your consciousness change and adopt new tools to interact with the universe at every level.

Later on, we will learn how to produce an experience of peace in someone else, to regenerate the body, to see at a distance by placing your point of view anywhere you wish, and much more. This is only possible if every step of the training is done properly, with a mala in hand (explained later), with the good number of recitation of each mantra implicated in the training of such supernatural power. If it was so easy to develop supernatural abilities, we would see mages and vampires roaming around the streets at night. Only those with dedication to their training will succeed.

Of course, there are many other ways to develop supernatural abilities or extra-sensory perception, but this method is proven to work with those who have the patience and do each step with determination. The attitude also has a great influence on the training. The more positive you think about your training, the faster the effects will come. Someone who was lucky enough to experience a supernatural phenomena will find it easier during his training, since his mind won’t fight all along the way, doubting in the possibilities. While those who did not yet experience their first “weird” sensation, or random telepathic communication, will have to keep a constant focus on obtaining success. The mind has a great deal to play in the success of this training.

Not only must we keep a positive and determined attitude, we must also train our mind into becoming clear like calm water. Thus, we start the training by clearing the mind. For this, we will use a technique called “japa” that consists in chanting or reciting a “mantras” using a bead necklace to count the exact number of repetitions. The bead necklace is called a “mala”.

The human system is not only made of flesh and bones. We are also made of emotions, thoughts, and pure thought, that I like to call “Consciousness”. This consciousness is not only the fact that I am aware of what is going on. Consciousness also refers to a relationship with all the planes of existence: physical, vital, emotional, mental, causal, soul, spirit.

The human identity, also called the “ego”, is made up of:

Physical / Animal body

Vital / Energy body

Astral / Emotional body

Mental / Mind body

The higher identity, that I call the “Self” is your:

Causal / Consciousness body



The ego and the Self are not separated. But we attribute the four first parts of our identity to the “ego” because the body, energies, emotions and thoughts are affected by the natural laws and the animal instincts. While the Self, which is consciousness, soul and Spirit, is free from the influence of the animal instinct; it is our true origin.

Let us start right away with one of the tools that we will use to entrain our human nature (ego) to collaborate with our spiritual nature (Self).

Published with permission from the author. Source: www.ESPprecog.com

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Charging the mantra of peace

Before we can get to the next step, it will be important to learn how to clear the mind, and how to charge a mantra. It is essential to develop the habit to clear the mind before attempting any ESP experience. The human ego tends to send images to the diaphane (explained later), using our imagination. We have to learn how to reduce these interferences, but also to see thru them, in order to perceive the subtle nature of spiritual perception.

It is believed that this ESP training can be hard on your mind. In fact, it is your mind that will be hard on your training. We need to go beyond the limits where you mind will cooperate with the techniques. When we don't think for a while, the mind becomes agitated and wants attention. Lots of attention. It then does all it can to disturb your training, and make you lose your focus. The first technique aims at going beyond this mental limit, and training your mind into stillness.

The technique that we suggest to clear the mind is to do mantra recitation, while using a mala; a technique called japa, in Sanskrit. Although we suggest the use of a mala (Hindu or Buddhist prayer necklace), it is not an absolute requirement. Only, the use of a mala will make the training more efficient, and will also transform your mala into a "power item" while you train. You can find a 108 or 109 bead mala in most oriental stores. A Hindu mala has 109 beads, made out of rudraksha (plant) beads, and a Buddhist mala has 108 beads, made out of wood or stone. Using a mala to count your recitations will also be helpful in creating a power item that will help in clearing your mind each time you will wear it around your neck.

Hold the mala in your right hand and count with your thumb or major finger. Do not touch your mala with the index while reciting the mantra, because it would decharge the mala. The process would work within you, and the training would not be in vain at all, but you would not be creating a power item at the same time. This also means that if your mala ever breaks (hope not!) you don't lose all the mantra processes you have done, but you simply lose your power item. Store your mala in a place you consider private, or even better, a place you consider to be sacred. While it would not be dramatic, no one else than your self should touch your mala, to prevent the weakening of your power item.

In case you do not have a mala, we will also provide the recommended time of recitation. The more you recite the mantras, the more effect they have in your mind.

Sanskrit mantra to clear the mind:

Om Shanti Shanti Shanti

Means: Divine Peace Peace Peace

Visualization: everything starts as light blue, fades softly, and eventually, no more visualization at all.

The mantra alone will have a soothing effect to calm your mind, but will not be as efficient until you "connect" to the consciousness it represents. When you first learn this technique, you should use the mantra intensively enough to break the mental limits of non-thought. You must recite the peace mantra for 9 malas or 45 minutes, each day for twelve straight days. We call this "connecting" the mantra. When you practice this technique intensively, you charge your soul with the energy and consciousness invoked by the mantra. Failure to do the 12 days in a row or to recite the appropriate number of malas will result in poor connection and less efficient effects for the remainder of the entire training. If you have difficulties being constant, here is the time to practice. If you miss one day, start the entire process from scratch. For your practice to count, you have to do your process once per 24 hour period, before the sun rises. (I remember coming back from a class, at 2:00 AM, and sitting down to make my japa of the day. I kept falling asleep, so I did it walking around in my meditation room to prevent myself from falling asleep.)

Chanting a mala means you chant 108 mantras. We do not count the 109th bead in the Hindu mala, that is used only once at the beginning to make a prayer, depending on your faith. It could be a prayer to your higher-self asking for more efficient ESP. Chanting 9 malas in a row (972 mantras) for twelve days in a row (11664 mantras) will make the mantra extremely efficient when afterwards you wish to use it for only a few minutes. Chant the mantras while visualizing everything as a clear blue sky. If thoughts come by, let them be softly, and try to pay attention only to the mantra and the clear blue light. It is possible that images NOT originating from your mind will come, but don't pay attention to those either; not yet. When you do japa (recite mantra using your mala) we must pay attention to the philosophical concept that the mantra represents. You may rock your body gently while charging your mantra.

Once you have connected to this mantra's consciousness, if your mind is going crazy or is too filled with thoughts, recite one mala, or 5 minutes of this mantra, while clearing your mind. It is recommended to do one mala of the mantra of peace before each one of your other training practices, except the techniques where you fall asleep.

Published with permission from the author, source: ESP Precog Project

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The Body and the Soul

In this next step, we must learn how to pay attention properly. We will do so by awakening our inner awareness of our body, operating two trainings at once.

Our attention usually wavers from one subject to another, rocked by the wind of our thoughts, without our conscious intervention. Even while we watch a movie, we think that we are paying attention to the same thing for two hours in a row, while in fact, the movie is continuously sending in new scenes and sounds, to keep our attention flowing with the story. Or else, we would not even be able to concentrate on the movie. We are unacquainted to pay attention to the same thing for more than a few seconds. If there is not change, if there doesn't seem to be movement, sounds or variations, our mind will try to pay attention to something else, hoping to be stimulated.

On another note (even a completely different subject), we are not used to know exactly where we exist. We assume that we exist in our body, but we are not really aware of that fact. We take it for granted and our ability to exist in our body fades away. Some people are not even in their body. We could see them hovering here and there, around their bodies, or partially in contact with it.

During this exercise, we will simultaneously practice ourselves at paying attention, and consciously existing in our body. Hence, we will pay attention to our body. You will have to do this exercise sometimes while sitting on a chair, lying down, or sitting in meditation, cross-legged. The environment, as usual, must be peaceful; not even music. We don't want your mind to be distracted during this exercise. It would only make you believe that you are paying attention, while, in fact, you are constantly entertained by the music. If a sense of panic settles in, it means you are on the right track. At first, the mind will be unsettled at focusing consciously at a single thing without other distractions. Again, let your polluting thoughts go free while your mind is cleaning up, and pay attention to the exercise.

Sometimes, by reflex of conditioning, we approach a technique thinking that we are a body, and that we have a mind, and a soul. It is the other way around. We are a soul, and we have a mind and a body. It is a question of self-identification. While we endure the program in our cells that tells us we are the body, we will never be able to look at the world from another point of view than from our physical eyes. In order to become aware of your body, you must also entrain yourself in remembering that you are not the body, and that you are paying attention to it, like to an exterior object, even though you are within it, as a soul. For a moment, there might seem to be a duality of opinions while your mind changes its point of view. You must remain aware of this unsettling feeling, without pushing it away.

Step 1: Feel your body. Become aware of your body. Make contact with your body using your mind. Awaken to every physical sensation of the body. Be at peace. Relax and keep paying attention. It is like a closed-eye meditation on the physical body. After you feel you have a good connection with your physical body, start repeating yourself "I am not the body, I am the Soul", over and over again, in a very calm manner. Keep paying attention. Do this technique many times, for periods of 10 to 30 minutes. It is totally acceptable for you to transcend, pass out or fall asleep. Gently but certainly, repeat to yourself "I am not the body, I am the Soul,… I am not the body, I am the Soul,…". Technically, the body is a part of the soul. Yet, when you say to yourself "the body is a part of the soul, thus, I am the body", you are still identifying yourself to the limited physical envelope of the soul. We wish to destroy this belief, and we do so by saying "I am not the body, I am the Soul". Hence, your body is a part of you, but it is not entirely you. You are a Soul.

Step 2: When you succeed in feeling your body like if you were living into it, do the same technique as in step 1, but without the phrase. Simply keep your attention on your body, knowing you are something greater, but don't use words. Try to identify the un-worded pure thought of this abstract concept. When we use words, pure thought becomes human thought. We want to become aware of the difference between human and pure thought; to grasp concepts without the words that describe them. You may want to use the phrase "I am not the body, I am the Soul" a few times at the start of the practice, then elevate the attention to the pure un-worded thought. During that same time, you are also paying attention to your body.

Once you grasp the concept of this practice. Use the Sanskrit mantra that means "I am not the body, I am the soul". The mantra is: Ma Dehane Me Atma Om. This mantra is charged with a mala during the Atma Yoga process, which is not the scope of this book. Thus, practice this mantra when going to bed, or when doing a lying down meditation.

This might seem to be difficult when you read the technique, but it becomes clear after a few hours of non-linear practice. After a while, you might feel yourself as a living being inside your body. It might trigger a soothing emotional response from your sensitive body. You might have stuff projected on your minds diaphane. Accept the presence of these other events, but keep your attention to the main purpose of being the soul in the body, without human thoughts.

The answer to most of your questions is: practice makes perfect. Most questions persist because the experience of altered consciousness did not happen yet. Thus, practice, and give yourself time.

Practicing this technique will: have you re-enter your body if you were out, have you become aware of your soul, have you become aware of your human thoughts and spiritual thoughts, practice your concentration on a simple unmoving concept while your mind cleanses out. This technique is actually very healthy for your body and your mind.

Stay fixed as much as you can on the base thought, feeling and concept "I am not the body, I am the Soul". But while you use your will to stay focused, you must also relax and passively pay attention, without implicating yourself against the disturbances of the mind.

Extra-sensory perception means that perception is occurring beyond the senses. This also means that it is not your body perceiving, but something else of a more subtle nature. The only way to develop these special abilities is to awaken the spiritual bodies, starting by awakening your Self at the level of the Soul.

You may proceed to the next step of the training whenever you feel like it. Be gentle with yourself. You will have results with practice. You will have to go over each step of the training many times before you get tangible results in each of these exercises.

It is recommended to fall asleep each night while saying to yourself "I am not the body, I am the Soul", or the equivalent Sanskrit mantra. The effect of this training will also work at night, during your sleep. Falling asleep while focusing on your Self as the Soul will also have great benefits while you sleep. For some people, this is where they have their first conscious experience of the diaphane when they wake up. But for this to happen they also trained during the day, when awake.

Again, published with permission of the author. Source: ESP Precog Project

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