Six Supernatural Powers

The Pali Canon is a collection of texts which contain the lessons given by Buddha himself.

In one section he talks  about the six supernatural powers. These are:

1) Developing mental pureness and eventually enlightenement.
2) Telepathy:being able to read the emotions and thoughts of others.
3) Magic powers: Levitation,teleportation, telekinesis.
4) The divine ear: being able to hear things from very far away, being able to hear astral beings from different levels, being able to understand the language of the animals.
5) The devine eye: clairvoyance, being able to percieve the different levels of the astral realms and the process of rebirth.
6) Remembering pqst lives.

Now, the interesting is that they are considered to be skills that can be learned, skills available to every human being.

So how do you develop them?

The first in the list is developed by cultivating a deep inner peace in the mind.

I cover the first and second part in all detail and with all the practical steps on my DVDs.

The other 5 are developed through samhadi – a.k.a a concentrated, relaxed attentio or meditation turned inward and which is held for a longer period of time. Of course these other supernatual powers need more advanced training over a longer period of time. But the base is creating a one-pointed focus in the mind.

I traveled to the other side of the world in order to rediscover the form of mental training and meditation which gives access to these supernatural powers…

… and put them back together, including all the practical details…

so you don’t need to do it.

The only thing you need to do is to click here:

Click here to learn how to develop supernatural powers

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