A World in a Grain of Sand

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“To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour.” ~William Blake


This book about  the clairvoyance of Stefan Ossowiecki, (a man I’ve mentioned in previous posts ) is full of many great stories about the man.  Stephen used Psychometry as his method of  “seeing”  (he liked to hold an object which was in some way connected to the target of interest). “And if no such object were available he would lament about being unable to “see” with that clarity which was so characteristic of him”. With Stephen Ossowiecki we get an unprecedented view of  the remarkable powers of perception that may be developed in man. A Jewish mystic by the name of  Wrobel (who we know little about) taught Ossowiecki to above all “concentrate thought and willpower”…. “One day he told Ossowiecki to visualize his face without looking. This turned out to be very difficult- to visualize a familiar face in every detail and make it come alive. He carried on trying to do this with other faces, then whole persons, and came to feel that during those visualizations he seemed to lose his own personality. It was as if he, his own self, would cease to exist. He understood that he crossed the border of ordinary human consciousness. His visions were “super-conscious”, controlled by the exercise of trained will, as opposed to uncontrolled images supplied by the subconscious.” Somewhere therein lies the key to Ossowiecki’s abilities.  He was able to achieve the “super-conscious” state whereas most can not. What Ossowiecki could see clearly, the masses see only vaguely if at all.

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