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FUNDAMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY    ( FP )
Part II
      FACING the ETERNITY
            (PSYCHE and SUPERPSYCHE)
      Chapter 8.
            Super- and Out-of-PERSONAL EFFECTS

    8.4.   CLAIRVOYANCE

is seemingly the most convincing/evident form of claircognizance. It is well-known (its reality is doubtless). So, Jenny Randles writes about her own experience received at the age of 12 years old in connection with the Out-of-BODY state [ 112 ]:

    among a night I have unexpectedly woken up. It was dark in the room, but I distinguished clearly everything up to the smallest details. I have felt myself floating in air at the height of about ten foots and saw simultaneously my body laying in the bed. I was afraid greatly. In a moment I plunged in my body as though a huge elastic tape involved me into it. I sat in the bed and have stared into darkness.

    The same is actual for feeling of "purely" astralum objects, i.e. those which are not embodied in physicum. So, Robert Monroe observed at early stages of Out-of-BODY ptactice, at entrance in this state, sensations/feelings which cannot be explained physically: ...though my body felt distinctly a shiver, I could not notice its any external display; ...vibrations have transformed into a sparkling ring; ...I distinctly saw this ring when I covered my eyes [ 85, page 30-31]. In the Out-of-BODY state ... there is no physical vision and so you learn suddenly that it is actually possible to see in all directions, not turning your head [ibid, page 205].
    Let's note: in these cases the astralum/Out-of-BODY vision appeared more effective than the corporal one at the equal, exactly the same conditions.
    The "skin vision" phenomenon [ 106 ] Inherently also is intrinsically the clairvoyance too, irrespective of whether an operator reads when he touches the read text with his fingers or when he sits on it (so as Roza Kuleshova could do it [ 92 ]), and irrespective of other accompanying attributes, both external (demonstrative) and internal (training and/or executive).     
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