4 Psychic Meditation Techniques To Develop Your Psychic Powers
4 Psychic Meditation Techniques To Develop Your Psychic Powers

Did you know that you can develop your psychic powers with meditation?

There are four specific “psychic meditations” that I recommend when I teach. These techniques can help you develop your psychometry, precognition, divination and other powers.

Yes, You Can Develop Psychic Powers with meditation

Every human-being is capable of developing psychic powers, such as the ability to feel others feelings.

The very word “psychic” comes from the Greek word, which means “of the mind”—in other words, psychic powers are a natural part of the human mind.

All humans can develop the psychic powers that are dominant within their mind—including you.

Simply put: You have within you the dormant ability to be clairvoyance, precognition and other abilities simply by meditating.

You can develop any of the psychic powers:

  • Intuition
  • Second Sight
  • Claivoyance
  • Clairsentience
  • Aura reading
  • Precognition
  • And other psychic powers.

Of course, you might never become as psychic as some of the best psychics in the world.

Those professionals have special skills they use when they you get a psychic reading.

You can definitely develop psychic powers, though, and one of the best ways to do  it is by meditating.

As a meditation teacher I’ve known many people who thought they could never be psychic. That is until they tried the psychic meditation techniques I’m about to share with you.

But before we look at the those exercises and techniques. let me share with you some stunning scientific research that proves that you can develop psychic powers through meditation.

What science says about developing psychic powers with meditation

Even today in 2019, may people refuse to accept the existence of psychic powers. They believe that precognition, clairvoyance, psychometry and other abilities are myth.

“Where’s the scientific prove of these mind powers?” they ask.

Well, the next time a skeptic tells you you’re crazy, tell them about the following scientific proof.

Dr. Dean Radin is the chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (a certifiable genius who has formerly held positions at Princeton University and The University Of Edinburgh).

Speaking to EpochTimes, Radin shared one survey that The Institute Of Noetic Sciences [IONS] conducted. You will not believe the results of this survey.

In the survey, IONS asked 2000 meditators whether they had ever experienced various psychic abilities, including clairvoyance, precognition and similar psychic phenomena.

1500 of the meditators (75%) stated that they had indeed experienced psychic phenomena and that the reason was because of meditation.

In his book, Supernormal, Radin states that the more we meditate the more we develop psychic powers.

In the book, Radin states, “For a Western-trained academic, the mere existence of, say, telepathy, would be considered supernormal… For an experienced yogi, it’s just a boringly normal minor siddhi [power].”

Yogis and advanced meditators know that their are powers of the mind that might seem supernatural to some but which are, in actual fact, a natural ability of the human mind.

It’s nothing new.

The traditional view of the “Siddhi”

Traditional Buddhist and yogic teaching states that if you train in meditation you will achieve a higher state of consciousness.

As your consciousness advances you will begin to develop psychic powers as part of their siddhi [special powers].

The Bhagavata Purana (one of Hindsuism’s Eight great histories) states that yogis and meditators will establish the following five siddhis:

  • Trikālajñatvam: knowing the past, present and future
  • Advandvam: tolerance of heat, cold and other dualities
  • Para citta ādi abhijñatā: knowing the minds of others
  • Agni arka ambu viṣa ādīnām pratiṣṭambhaḥ: checking the influence of fire, sun, water, poison…
  • Aparājayah: remaining unconquered by others [source: Wikipedia]

These are just a selection of some of the powers (siddhi) you can develop.

Both science and spiritual tradition state that the more you meditate the more you will unlock the power of your mind.

Just one question: Which are the best meditations for psychic powers?

Let’s take a look.

4 Meditations To Develop Your Psychic Powers

1. Third Eye Meditation (For Insight)

If you only want to use one meditation technique for psychic powers, make it this one.

The third eye meditation technique is a powerful meditation that has been in existence for many thousands of years.

This is a mid-training exercise in which we focus on the third eye chakra, located between the eyebrows.

When you use this technique, you will awaken and strengthen your third eye, which is the seat of your psychic insight. This will increase your intuition and awaken the true power of your mind.

You might like to read my guide to  third eye meditation for more on this. Another great option is shambhavi mudra.

2. Samyama (Yogic meditation) 

Samyama is a combination of dharana (concentration), Dhyana and Samadhi (union). This is a yogic tradition which is performed to receive deeper knowledge of the qualities of the object of meditation.

Yoga sage Patanjali taught that Samyama will lead to prajñā, which is insight into the true nature of reality.

Samyama is performed by meditating absolutely on one subject (which could be an object or person), letting go of the self, and achieving oneness with the object of meditation.

When you do this, you will gain insight into the truest nature of the object (or person) you are meditating on.

You can learn more about yoga for intuition here.

3. Meditate on this mantra for psychic powers and clairvoyance

Mantras are sacred words or phrases that are said to grant special powers to the person who recites them.

There are thousands of mantras in existence today, most of which come from Hinduism and yoga.

There is one mantra in particular that is a powerful way of developing psychic powers.

The mantra is the Trikal Gyan, which represents the knowledge of the past, the present and the future. So if you have ever wanted to have precognition, this mantra is said to help.

Here is the mantra:

Om Ham Namo Akash Deyava

This is the best mantra for clairvoyance. Recite it 108 times in the morning, afternoon and night.

4. Meditate while doing the Buddhi Mudra for psychic development

Mudras are hand positions that are used in yoga and Buddhism.

When we place our hands in specific mudras, we create special properties. These mudras can heal us, they can grant us access to powerful mental states, and, yes, there are mudras for psychic powers.

The best mudra for psychic powers is the Buddhi mudra.

To perform this mudra, touch the tip of your fourth finger to the tip of your thumb, and hold your other fingers out straight.

Meditate for twenty minutes while performing the Buddhi mudra.

 

No, it isn’t myth or supernatural, you have these powers in your mind  

Do not listen to the skeptics.

Skeptics will always tell you that you cannot access psychic powers, the there is no such thing.

Trash.

You—and only you—know the endless possibilities of your own mind. There are many powers of the human mind that have yet to be fully discovered. The majority of people only use a small fraction of their mind power. But with exercises like meditating and using mantras you can gain access to those supposedly supernatural mind powers.

What will you see when your eyes are truly open?

Do You Have The Psychic Ability To Feel Others Feelings?

Why can I feel other people’s feelings.

I used to ask myself that question all the time Then I discovered the answer psychic abilities.

Do you have the psychic ability to feel others feelings and emotions?

Have you ever experienced a moment of oneness with someone?

It may have felt as though you are one with another person, a feeling of psychic intuition, like a mind-meld.

Can you feel other people’s emotions?

These psychic phenomena truly do happen.

For instance:

  • Many people experience deep empathy, where consciousness merges with other people. If you are a highly sensitive empath you will know all about this. It is basically the feeling of oneness with another person.
  • Most people experience moments of feeling another person’s emotions, where they feel as though they are one with the world or with another person.
  • Many people experience psychic intuition, a feeling of oneness with another person.
  • Many reports show “Spontaneous knowing”, a phenomenon in which people communicate across long distances just by thought.
  • It is scientifically impossible to prove whether we are individual or whether we are all one. Brain scans show that both the feeling of oneness and the feeling of separation are in fact sensations created by the brain’s default network, which governs self regulation.

I used to worry about this weird phenomenon. “Why can I feel other’s feelings?” I would ask myself all the time.

Then I discovered that it is actually a good thing.

If you have the psychic ability to feel others feeling you may be a  spiritually enlightened person.

Can we really have the psychic ability to feel others’ feelings?

Millions of people every year search for new online psychics because they believe in the psychic abilities. But can we truly feel what other people feel?

And if so, why can I feel other people’s feelings?

Well, let me open your eyes  little.

The standard, contemporary view of life is that we are individuals. We have our own bodies. We have our own minds. We have or own brains. We are individual people. So the notion goes.

The rest of the world is out there. They are separate to us.

Science seems to confirm this idea of individuality, of “us” and “them”.

Science tells us that we are a combination of particles, atoms, and molecules working together to create our being, and that all “mental phenomena” are the result of the activity of those particles in our brains.

And because of all this, science suggests that we cannot feel what other people are feeling, that psychic intuition is not real.

When we think we feel what other people feel, we in fact are only projecting our own feelings onto other people.  

 But is that really the truth?

Or is it just the token answer of scientists who have yet to discover the real truth? After all, every day scientists discover new truths that disprove what they formerly held as gospel. 

And sometimes science is not the be-all-end-all.

Frankly, science be damned because science still cannot tell me why can I feel other people’s feelings.

Human experience does still count for something, even in the 21st Century.

Consider these 3 experiences.

3 Experiences When You Feel Other People’s Emotions

1. When you feel someone’s emotions through empathy

Odds are you have experienced this sensation at least once in your life. You get the impression that you are feeling what the other person is feeling. It’s a moment of connection through empathy. You feel someone else’s emotions.

Empathy is the ability to feel what other people are feeling.

Highly sensitive empaths, for instance, are very in-tune with the emotions of other people.

Most spiritually awakened people experience moments of deep empathy. These are moments when we truly step into another person’s mind and feel what they are feeling. As a highly sensitive empath and spiritually awakened person, I can generally look at anyone, even a stranger, and get a very strong sense of what they are feeling. You can feel another person’s pain. You can feel another person’s emotions. At times you can even experience another person’s thoughts. This state of being leads to altruism, to universal loving kindness, the desire to do anything to alleviate other people’s suffering, because their suffering is your own suffering.

Not everyone is a highly sensitive empath.

Some people only experience rare moments of empathy.

The average person experiences many moments of shallow empathy, moments where they get a vague sense of what another person is feeling, but nothing deeper than that.

Psychopaths and sociopaths have zero empathy. It is that very lack of empathy that leads psychopaths to harm other people—because they do not feel the other person’s emotions.

PsychopathyAwareness tells us:

“A psychopath lacks much more than empathy for others in his emotional repertoire. He also lacks the capacity to experience any kind of emotion that requires deeper insight and psychological awareness.”

2. Is a feeling of oneness with another person real? 

The second type of experience is oneness. You will experience this using the psychic meditation techniques above,

This is a feeling of oneness with another persons feelings and emotions.

This is a state that Buddhists create when they meditate (usually using Bhakti meditation).  Oneness creates the sensation that you are escaping your individual self, that you are becoming one with the universe.

Brain scans show that meditating relaxes activity in the brain’s default network and that this reduces the separation between the individual and the outside world, creating the feeling of oneness.

Many meditators experience moments of oneness with the emotional state of another person. This state feels like we are sharing emotions with a person (often a twin flame, very close friend or relative, or someone we have a natural rapport with).

Sometimes, our psychic intuition zero-in on another person’s emotions, and this is how we can feel other people’s feelings.

3. Feeling other people’s emotions at moments of “Interconnected Knowing”

Then there is the state of interconnected knowing. It is an advanced psychic ability that manifest at important times in life. You will experience this when you try the psychic meditation techniques we looked at above.

This is a spontaneous act of communication between two people, without words or any other known means of communicating.

There are stories of family members who can feel each other’s fear. One family member will be in an emergency and the other family member will intuitively sense it.

I vividly remember one time when I experienced this state. It was a March morning in 2014. I woke up knowing that something was terribly wrong with my father. Two hours later I received a phone call telling me he had died from an accidental fall.

Such moments are rare, but they do happen.

If you would like to develop these psychic abilities in yourself, try my meditations for intuition.

The reason Why I can feel other people’s feelings all comes down to psychic intuition

Science struggles to account for these phenomena.

Yes, you and I know we can feel other people’s feelings psychiclly, but science can’t handle this idea.

Psychic intuition is still more science fiction than hard science. Though that is arguably more a failing of science than a disproving of psychic abilities.

Materialists argue that empathy is not actually about feeling another person’s emotions. They say it is about selfishness, about us projecting our emotions onto other people. And those moments where a person learns information as though psychically; they say those moments are mere coincidence (though the odds on that are often one in billions).

Bullshit.

I know I can feel what other people feel and no one can tell me otherwise.

So are we all interconnected?

Iif we are all interconnected then these “psychic abilities” or “highly empathetic abilities” are no longer phenomena. They make perfect sense. These psychic moments are just one part of a single body telling communicating with another part, like your brain communicating with your moth when you speak.

What if all matter is conscious? That is the view of the “panpsychist”, those who believe that all is mind. And each year more and more psychologists and scientists take-up the panpsychist view.

Panpsychists believe that consciousness is like mass of gravity, that it is a universal ever present.  And when we accept the possibility of panpsychism, we realise that actually heightened empathy and oneness aren’t mental phenomena, they are very real, utterly logical things.

Do you believe in psychic abilities and intuition? Can you feel what other people feel?

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