Clairvoyance: How to Develop Your Psychic Powers

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Weiser Books, Nov 1, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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Clairvoyance is the power of discerning objects not present to the senses and the ability to perceive matters beyond the range of ordinary perception. Among the many books on developing psychic abilities of one kind or another, through one method or another, Clairvoyance stands out.

This intriguing book shows how to develop all sorts of seeing, feeling, and hunches and includes practical exercises and that can be used in every life situation that would benefit from a little extra insight--and wouldn't they all!

A self-evaluation questionnaire guides readers on the search to reveal their own psychic abilities. From reading subconscious signals to telepathy to synchronicity, to lucid dreaming to dowsing, to psychokinesis--this book tells it all. Learn about the connection between clairvoyance and astrology, tarot, and fortune-telling, and how to build self-esteem and achieve personal changes by using affirmations or talismans. Plus, learn how to protect yourself from psychic "leeches".

Clairvoyance has the potential to free us from "spiritual blindness" by changing the way we see the world and bringing a remarkable transformation into our lives.

  

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Contents

Working with Earth Energies
16
Working with
60
Synchronicity
74
The Fifth Element
100
Psychokinesis
127
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About the author (2001)

Joules Taylor has written five books and co-authored eight; published in five languages, her work covers Celtic history and myths, clairvoyance, crystals, and dream Interpretation.

Taylor was educated at Wheaton College, Dallas Theologica "Taylor was educated at Wheaton College, Dallas Theological Seminary and Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. A 65-yl Seminary and Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. A 65-year veteran of the publishing industry, he began his career ear veteran of the publishing industry, he began his career as editor of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship'sHIS magazineas editor of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship'sHIS magazine and later served as director of Moody Press in Chicago. He and later served as director of Moody Press in Chicago. He was president of Tyndale House Publishers until 1984. " "Iwas president of Tyndale House Publishers until 1984. " "In addition, Taylor was the author of numerous children's boon addition, Taylor was the author of numerous children's books, includingThe Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes and My Fiks, includingThe Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes and My First Bible in Pictures. His booklet, Can I Believe Christianirst Bible in Pictures. His booklet, Can I Believe Christianity? is still available from IVP. " ty? is still available from IVP.

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