Here are some Psychic and Clairvoyance Tests with practical ways to find out if you are blessed with extrasensory perceptions.
Some people are born with highly developed psychic powers in the areas of clairvoyance, clairaudience and/or clairsentience. Others work to develop their psychic ability. Still others don’t care or don’t want anything to do with the world of metaphysical phenomena.
You are likely one of those who want to develop your psychic abilities. So, let’s look at some easy and practical ways to test your current level of clairvoyance.
There or no rules, grades or diplomas for successful completion of these Psychic and Clairvoyance Tests. Several are best accomplished with the help of a friend, who is interested in the metaphysical arts.
The Aura is an electromagnetic field surrounding a living entity. Each auric color represents the individual’s current mental, spiritual and emotional state and more.
Have your partner stand in front of a white background. Stare at the center of her forehead. At first, you may just see a white glow surrounding her body. With practice, you may start seeing colored, interwoven rings of light.
If you normally wear glasses, try doing this exercise without them as you do not need detail. You should find it easier as the glass can be a barrier to the auric energy at first.
Record your progress.
Precognitive Dreams are dreams that predict future events. Predictions range from good or bad to death dreams. Death dreams about loved ones are common.
Some people have reported dreaming every detail of their ideal mate as long as 10 years before they connected with each other!
In clairvoyant dreams, the dreamer forms a psychic attachment with global events. For instance, you might have a detailed dream of being carried away by flood waters and wake up to find a disastrous tsunami had hit Japan.
Keep a dream journal.
The first tests using the ESP symbols of these five Zener cards were conducted in the 1930s by Joseph Banks Rhine at Duke University in the USA.
Just as in the computer version below, the original experiments called for subjects to guess the order of the symbols as they were randomly selected. Pure chance is measured as 1 in 5 correct calls.
Known as the Father of Modern Parapsychology Dr J B Rhine, along with his wife Dr L E Rhine coined the term "extrasensory perception" (ESP) to describe the apparent ability of some people to acquire information without the use of the known (five) senses. He also adopted the term "parapsychology" to distinguish his interests from mainstream psychology.
Using Zener Cards - This deck of 25 cards originated with Karl Zener, Psychologist. Zener, along with his associate J.B. Rhine, parapsychologist, developed five test cards with symbols – 3 wavy lines, a circle, a 5-pointed star, a square and a plus sign - to administer tests for ESP.
You can order Zener cards online (also known as ESP Cards) or make yourself a personalized deck from white cardstock. To create individual cards, draw each symbol on 5 different pieces of cardstock until you have 25 cards or click here to pint your own.
The Zener Test – You and your friend can take turns testing each other for clairvoyance. The sender picks a card from the pack at random and creatively visualizes the symbol. The receiver, closes his/her eyes and waits for a mental vision to occur.
Keep records of number of attempts vs correct answers.