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The many faculties awakened in the consciousness of spiritual aspirants, such as clairvoyance, clairaudience, astral travel, the remembrance of past lives, etc.

"Powers are born as fruits of our Innermost when our soul has been purified. The mental force that we stubbornly use in order to move a piece of paper would be better used in order to dominate our carnal passion, in order to end hatred, in order to dominate our language, in order to defeat selfishness, envy, etc. Let us purify ourselves, since powers will be granted to us through successive purifications. Powers are flowers of the soul and fruits of the Innermost. The powers of a Mahatma are the fruit of millinery purifications. The Gnostic disciple receives distinct powers from the White Lodge through the Initiatic ordeals. These powers are acquired by the soul and the Innermost “seizes” them because the Innermost is the real human within us. For instance, when the Gnostic wishes a distant friend to come near to him, then, he begs his Innermost as follows: “My Father, I beg you to bring near to me (name the person), but not as I will, but as you will.” If his Innermost considers that his petition is just, then the Innermost performs the miracle; that is to say, He performs a work of Theurgy, and the distant friend arrives. Yet, if the Innermost considers that the petition is unjust, then the Innermost does not perform the petition of his soul. This is pure White Magic. The black magician proceeds to use his so called “Asuncion” or willpower without taking the will of his Innermost into account. “Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven” is what the Gnostic says, because the Gnostic only performs the will of his Innermost on earth as it is in heaven, in other words, in the superior planes of consciousness. The Gnostic places all of his longings in the hands of his Innermost." - Samael Aun Weor, The Revolution of Beelzebub


" this day and age, it is very dangerous to just simply follow someone. What is best is to seek the Inner Master."

Samael Aun Weor, The Major Mysteries