Are you interested in developing clairvoyance? Would it shock you to find out you have this extra sensory power? Like most people, you likely thought only psychic mediums were clairvoyant. But, with just a little effort you can develop your own capacity of visual intuition.
It will take practice, as you must retrain your deeper mind to do something it has done before but has forgotten. Think a room with the lights blazing. When you leave the room, you flip the lights off. The lights aren’t gone. They reappear when you flip them on again.
Like lights, your clairvoyance isn’t gone. It’s just been in the off position. Do you remember using your clairvoyant abilities when you were a child? Chances are, you did. Your parents may have admonished you to ‘quit making up stories’ or something similar. Also, you may have flipped the off switch because of fear.
Giving yourself permission to let go of fear is a good starting point toward developing clairvoyance.
What is clairvoyance?
How do you become clairvoyant?
Let your mind absorb the idea that divine clairvoyance is revealing truth about the situation. Enlightening truth will begin to come in colors, symbols or mind pictures
If not this time, the next or the next. It takes time and dedicated practice to develop deeper powers of the mind.
You may jumpstart your clairvoyant awareness by opening your ‘third eye’. It is located in your forehead, between and a little above your eyebrows. Also called the brow chakra, it is the sixth chakra; clairvoyance is the sixth sense.
Close your eyes and put your attention on the third eye area. Try to see an oval-shaped image. Does the ‘eye’ appear to be open or closed? If it isn’t fully open, ask it to open. Again, it takes practice, but the rewards are worth it.
Of course, you will use your clairvoyant ability when you get in a pickle and need urgent help. You can also use it to find lost articles for yourself and others. Have a little fun with your newly developing clairvoyance. Ask it where to find the best cheesecake or what to buy for an uncle who has everything.