One of the brothers related the following experience, "One afternoon I lay down, fell asleep and dreamed of a friend of mine who was starting out towards my home from the center of the town. I followed him the entire time until he came to my door and knocked. Indeed, at this moment, he knocked on my door. I awoke and let him in." The Master explained:
"In the present century, there is a lot of insight. The radio sheds tight on the spiritual world and the television - on the clairvoyance. A school which addresses clairvoyance is needed. However, this would not be for everybody.
"All people do not develop at the same rate: the gifted will learn more easily. For example, you can teach a person to play an instrument, but he might not have the gift to become a true musician. The gifts are given to all, but the degree of their development will differ from man to man. Man must learn. The nervous system in man needs to adjust in accordance with the development of his gifts. A more sensitive nervous system is needed. The nervous system of the well-developed man is more sensitive and is able to receive the short waves, to receive 'transmissions from afar."
One sister shared her fear of visions. The Master said:
"Your fear indicates that you are not yet ready for the other world to be revealed to you. The centers for communication with the other world have not yet been developed in man. These need to be developed. We are already capable of connecting with the Invisible World. The Invisible World has already installed its latest device.
"Man must learn to deal with the two Great Powers: Intelligence and Love. If you have faith in these, your eyes will open. I have the desire that your eyes will open. But when? When you become strong-strong enough that the new world which will appear before you does not cause you to be afraid. For example, an Angel appears to someone and gives him instruction as to what to do. Such a man can resolve all contradictions; he can heal all disease. Because the Angel has appeared to him, this man will become strong.
"As a clairvoyant, you will experience great suffering. You will see not only the good things but the bad as well. Knowing this, the Invisible World does not awaken in man those abilities for which he is not ready. For this reason, do not desire that your eyes be opened prematurely. Begin with the following: to see in man only the good, only the positive.
"The Method of the White Brotherhood is as follows: one must develop the twelve basic virtues before he is ready to develop clairvoyance. If you have a beautiful hallway adorned with beautiful paintings, but it is dark - what significance can it have for you? But when the light comes in, the beautiful paintings and the beautiful hallway will become visible. If the light should come in, but the hallway is not adorned - if there are no beautiful paintings in it - then the view will not be agreeable, but will be ugly. It is preferable for the hallway to be well adorned and decorated before the light comes in. I speak symbolically.
"Should you desire to be in contact with the Beings of the Invisible World, you will need to awaken your spiritual senses. Within the body - and within the brain - powers are hidden which need to be developed. It is sufficient for a man to contemplate for one hour each day on the great spiritual questions in order for him to begin seeing beyond. That is to say, it is sufficient for man to enter into a state of inner peace in which he detaches himself from the physical world for him to be able to perceive the spiritual.
"Everyone is able to become a clairvoyant; but in order for him to do so, he needs to detach and to isolate himself from all impressions of the physical world. Otherwise, in that moment when he would be able to see something from the Invisible World, something from the physical will distract his attention and he will see nothing. At first when one sets aside all things external, he passes through a dark zone: he finds himself in total darkness. If he is not afraid - then after a short while he will perceive a faint light which will begin to increase. This means that he is entering into the Invisible World. The one with the sixth sense can see from behind, from in front, from the side - from all directions. He can see at a distance of thousands of kilometers. And he can see through walls as well. That is to say, if your sixth sense is developed, you will be able to see even through a solid barrier. As you can hear with the help of the radio what is being spoken in far away countries, so too, with the help of the sixth sense, you will be able to see what is occurring in them at that moment.
"In the future, people will be able to perceive thought. The soul and the spirit will then be visible. Today they are invisible; but in the future - the mind, the heart, the soul and the spirit will be visible. People today say, 'The visible will remain visible, and the invisible - invisible.' I say, 'When we meet in the future, you will see my mind, heart, soul and spirit and I will see yours.' This is the new Teaching. The world will undergo a great transformation when all error and transgression come to an end. Everything old will remain in the archives.
"One may study a person not only from the features of his face, but from the colors which surround him as well. This is accessible to the clairvoyant, but not to the ordinary man. For example, if one nurtures within himself sublime and noble feelings, he will be submerged in a soft pink color. The more one's feelings take on a lower nuance, the more the color will darken. Not only do feelings have specific colors, but thoughts do as well.
"The experienced clairvoyant reads from the colors as from a book. From the opalescent color, one is able to discern the degree of human intelligence. If one is loving, one can see a particular, soft nuance of the pink color which emanates an agreeable glow from his heart. When you come to the will - a white light emanates from man. It is the color of virtue. Among these three colors - the opalescent, the white and the pink the other colors are interwoven. This interweaving of the colors forms the human aura. From the aura, the clairvoyant can discern how advanced a man is in his spiritual and mental development.
"If you have developed clairvoyance within yourself when someone speaks the truth to you - you will see a beautiful blue color emanating from him that is not comparable to anything else. Simultaneously, you will see a beautiful pale yellow color emanating from him. If someone is lying to you, you will see darkness emanating from his aura: he will be surrounded by darkness.
"If your ability to see increases, you will observe that the eyes of many people emit dark unpleasant rays which can cause harm towards anyone whom they are directed. These appear as red flames, similar to those which come out from a hot furnace.
"Should a man become very sensitive and directs his gaze upwards at a forty five degree angle, he will see sublime Spirits; and at forty - five degrees downward, he will observe a dark color permeating the ground in which the inferior beings move.
"For a clairvoyant to be able to withstand the sight of those who have passed beyond, he must be able to withstand their vibrations. In order for him to withstand their vibrations, he needs to consider them as living beings.
"Oftentimes, those who work towards the development of clairvoyance have the following experience. In front of them, a ball of light with many different colors appears. It rises up, and when it reaches a certain place, it transforms into a sublime Angelic face which smiles and then disappears. The Angel is saying, 'Go and learn. I will study at another place. Farewell.'
"In the future - when people are using their sixth sense - they will read the Book of Nature and comprehend it.
"According to some philosophers, one is able to perceive through the five senses alone. Those who have Knowledge say that man has twelve senses: that is to say, twelve doorways. Man has five senses at present, the remaining seven are locked away from him. When I say that man has twelve senses, I refer to those which man will develop first over the course of his evolution. According to the Divine Science, man has altogether forty-nine senses. In addition to these, man has others as well; man's senses are innumerable. Man will come to know God as God knows him only when he has developed within himself all forty-nine senses.
"I say to a young man, 'Tomorrow you will meet a wealthy man, and you will talk with him. He will like you and will help you to continue your education.' The young man asks me how this is possible. I tell him, 'You will see for yourself and will believe my words. I do not tell you about something which will come to pass in a month or in a year, but tomorrow.' For the one who can see, all things are possible.
"The ordinary sounds which are accessible to the human ear have approximately thirty-five thousand vibrations per second at the most. And yet, sounds have been discovered which have as many as three hundred thousand vibrations per second. These are the so-called 'ultrasounds.' That is to say, many sounds exist which are not perceived by man."
Peter Deunov (Beinsa Douno)