The school offers an in-depth training to make meditation really work. Techniques include meditation, techniques that awaken subtle perception, and the school's own style of alternative therapy based on the inner space of meditation: Clairvision Inner Space Techniques.
The school is about substance and direct experience, not just theoretical knowledge.
It favors depth and integrity over quick fixes and superficial solutions.
Its main asset is the maturity of its members.
First created in Australia in 1987, the school now offers courses all around the world. During its thirty five years of existence it has rarely advertised, growing mostly by word of mouth. Rather than trying to offer a little knowledge to a lot of people, the school's focus is to give meditation training at a high level.
"If you're looking for the most advanced school of meditation in the western world today, you just found it.
I rate Samuel Sagan's work more highly than that of any other teacher I have ever met."
Karen Kingston, author of Creating Sacred Space with Feng Shui
The following pages take you through a tour of themes and principles of the Clairvision work:
Meditation often conjures up lukewarm ideas in the mind of the public: deep relaxation and stress relief. If this is what you think, be ready for surprises: Clairvision redefines meditation as a dramatic raising of the voltage of consciousness – awakening.
Awakening the Third Eye - The school's approach is resolutely experiential. It is designed for people who cannot be satisfied just with other people's opinions and beliefs, but wish to gain first-hand experience of levels of consciousness. Hence the emphasis on beginning with third eye work.
Clairvision does not refer to psychic clairvoyance, but to a state of conscious awakening: 'clarity-vision'. It is a vision of the heart, away from the chatter of the mind.
Before one can become supernormal, one has to become normal. Awakening requires self-cleansing and healing – getting rid of negative emotional imprints and conditioning. Hence the Clairvision Inner Space Techniques, and in particular the IST technique.
If you are practicing any method of meditation but finding that it's not working for you, this page describes the main reason why, at entry level, your experiences may not be taking off.
Raising the voltage of consciousness refers, among other things, to techniques aimed at fast and fluid thought processes, or 'supermind'. For example, the Clairvision techniques to be used while interacting with computers. The topic of technology and consciousness is explored in depth in the courses of the Clairvision School.
Atlantean Secrets - Mythology conveys deep truths and inspirational forces through the magic of storytelling.
Hence the web of legends woven into the Clairvision work, closely integrated with music.
A fact sheet about Samuel Sagan, who created the Clairvision School in 1987.
Clairvision School – how to get started.