Clairvoyance is where the vision of past, present and future flash through our mind’s eye (third eye), much like a daydream. Many of us are highly visual and able to understand an idea best when we see it written or sketched out as an image on a computer screen or on a canvas. You may remember or learn things best with visuals (as opposed to, for example, being told something new).On a day to day life when our attention first gets drawn to how things are looking our clairvoyance is dominant.
Visual people often choose to be artists, builders, photographers, decorators, designers and so forth. If this sounds familiar, your clairvoyance is most likely a dominant sense.
Earlier I wasn’t much aware of my clairvoyance until now. When I look back I realise, I used to get Deja Vu all the time as a child. Since I didn’t have anybody who could help me understand, it slowly took a back seat. After doing certain practices and working on this path has gotten me to a level where I can now visualise things.
Common clairvoyant instances include:
- You have a vivid dream which later comes true.
- You lose your keys or wallet. Then, a picture of the place where you left the item flashes into your mind.
- As you’re driving, you see a mental image of the car ahead of you turning left. Two minutes later, the car turns left exactly as you’d mentally imaged.
- You suddenly see an image of a person in your mind’s eye. Later that day, you receive a call or a letter from that person.
These experiences of clairvoyance are quite normal and often very useful. Even more, you can learn how to increase your clairvoyant power so that it becomes a reliable tool for everyday living. We can enhance and improve clairvoyance, like any behavior, with learning and practice.
Following are few exercises to improve Clairvoyance:
Observing thoughts: Keep a journal and on a daily basis practice closing your eyes and noticing what pictures flash through your mind’s eye. Be aware of those pictures. Some of the pictures would be just clutter from your day, and others are some kind of inner vision. Keep a note of those visions, messages thoughts. Write them down, and ask yourself what these could be. See, if there are any steps you can take to resolve them.This exercise will help you differentiate between the clutter you pick on a daily basis and your inner voice ‘gut feeling’ (clairvoyant messages).In time, you will come to tell which clairvoyant images are and which images are clutters from everyday activities.
Clarity-Builder: Practice looking at an object or image, then visualizing it exactly in your mind’s eye. It is a good idea to keep digging into it to get the minutest details. This will help you create clearer images when you look at things clairvoyantly.
Mental Games: Some exercises you can use are seek and find picture puzzles. These are often available in books for children. While meant to be a game, they can actually enhance your visualization skills.
You can take a test to check you clairvoyant abilities at: