Issue #40 - The Moon and Clairvoyance

In the July issue we spoke about the importance of purity and the link with the moon. We mentioned the lower aspect of the moon, that is the aspect turned towards Malkout (representing the physical plane) as referred to by the Cabbalah and the higher aspect of the moon turned toward Tipheret (or the sun). By the way, the Sephirotic Tree of Life of the Cabbalah represents both the different regions of the universe and the different psychic regions in a human being.

A clairvoyant is someone who in a state of passivity and receptivity can see or feel in the invisible world. If that clairvoyant has no notion of purity having a goal of gaining popularity and making money out of their readings, it is most likely that their receptivity is limited to the lower regions, remaining in the astral region like the aspect of the moon turned towards the physical plane. A true clairvoyant is someone who has worked on their own nature who, through purity and disinterestedness, have learned when to be receptive and when to be emissive: that is to be emissive to the lower regions so as to not be influenced by the negative elements of the invisible world and to be receptive to the higher elements of the soul, like the moon turned towards the sun. Using only empathy can hold a clairvoyant down to the levels of others' pain and distress which makes one vulnerable and turns out to be no good for either on the short or long run.

The best type of clairvoyance is that of a psychological perspicacity where one uses the reason by paying attention, listening and noticing the elements observed in a person to divine their true nature. By forgetting about oneself, one's own interest and truly listen, understand, respect and even love another makes one truly perceptive and intuitive. That is the safest and best way to become clairvoyant and, of course, to be of service!

While we are on the subject of the moon, did you know that you can work with the waxing and waning moon? If the moon influences the tides of ocean and the moods of people, why not our psychic and physical life! The waxing moon is the best time to ask for virtues and qualities you wish to develop, to make important decisions or begin new projects, on the other hand the waning moon is best to get rid of negative habits, illnesses and to sell assets. First, link with Heaven and then ask that the energy of the moon work with you for the purpose you chose and always end with "if this is the will of God, let it be so."

This text was inspired by the pocket book entitle Looking into the Invisible: Intuition, Clairvoyance, Dreams by Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov.

Carmen Froment on behalf of The Aquarian Team