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Method for the Development
of Supranormal Faculties

Through this method, you will be able to develop your gifts of double vision, telepathy, and even initiate you to sleepwalking. Thousands of people have already learned to know themselves better, and go beyond the narrow world of our material world. It's your turn to experiment, to evolve ... and to testify.

Method for the Development of Supranormal Faculties

EUGÈNE CASLANT

Translated by Delphine Bunel

Studying psychic faculties is still a taboo subject in our occidental societies. We are immersed in a world dominated by information, but no one ever teaches us how to use this wonderful tool that is thought. This progressive, simple and accessible method taught in this book is essentially positive and fills this void. It results from a thousand experiments undertaken for more than twenty years on a considerable number of subjects. Through it, you will be able to develop your skills in remote viewing, telepathy and even initiate yourself to sleepwalking.

  • This method for the development of supranormal faculties, like an instruction manual for learning to draw or play music, gives positive results that every experimenter will be able to appreciate. Thousands of people have already learned to know themselves better and go beyond the narrow sphere of the material world. It is now your turn to experiment, to evolve… and to testify.
Method for the development of supranormal faculties, Eugène Caslant
Method for the development of supranormal faculties, Eugène Caslant

Table of Contents

Method for the development of supranormal faculties

Introduction

Method for the development of supranormal faculties

Contradictory observations

And preconceived ideas

Taking up a scientific attitude

Starting with the elementary sensation

A method that is worth for everyone

What is imagination?

Thinking produces an aura

A disturbing example

Every perceived image is cast out of us

What happens in our subconscious

Two sorts of images

The role of active imagination

Passive imagination leads to supra-normal

 

How to develop our supra-normal faculties?

Practical experimentation

Inducing a word

The subconscious door

How the operator must behave

Freeing oneself from one’s subconscious’s influence

Clairvoyance

How to induce the phenomenon

What to do in case of difficulty

How to correct the subject after he gets off track

Mind-reading training

Training the other senses

Retrospection and premonition

Are visions of the past different from the future’s?

Retrospection and premonition training

How to practise

A few characteristics of premonition

Is it possible to communicate with other worlds?

Precautions to be taken

How to direct a subject successfully

The up and down double game

Contacting extra-terrestrials

Cross-checking

Patience is necessary

Interpreting the symbols

An extremely sensitive instrument

An indefinite number of faculties

Spare your subjects

To regulate nervous flows

A few conditions to be complied with

The subconscious game

Intuition in life affairs

How to project your thought

Going beyond the inferior levels

How to turn the person into an excellent subject

What the subject feels

The image’s intensity

Externalization

Progress is often amazing

A unique colorful richness

A pleasant relaxation feeling

Conclusion

Conclusion

The seven essential rules

How to operate the return

Eugène Caslant, born December 1, 1865 in Nanteuil-le-Haudouin and died in 1940 in Paris, was a French military and astrologer. In his essay The Air and Dreams, Gaston Bachelard presents him as a forerunner of Robert Desoille by mentioning his work Method of Development of Supra-normal Faculties. This book also played a role in Robert Desoille’s discovery of the waking dream.

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