05 Feb What is Clairvoyance?
What Exactly Is Clairvoyance?
Our psychic center of clairvoyance is a natural gift that anyone can develop and enhance to supra sensory levels. In fact, it is the most commonly used of all our psychic centers. The Third Eye, which promotes this faculty, is located at the Sixth Chakra and is the seat of intuition our window to higher dimensions.
Clairvoyance is defined as a form of extra-sensory perception which allows a person by using their inner vision, to perceive at a distance objects, individuals, or locations, and events. Clairvoyance is also used to view and detect certain types of energies not normally perceptible to humans, e. g., radio waves and the human aura. Typically, such perception is reported in visual terms only, but may also include auditory impressions (Clairaudience) or kinesthetic (Clairsentience) impressions.
Where Does Clairvoyance Come From?
We are all aware that most of us can see with our physical eyes. We all have another “eye” between and just above our physical eyes which has a function that’s long been recognized by mystics throughout the ages. This area of our forehead is believed to be the seat of mystical perceptual powers. This is called the “Third Eye,” or by its Sanskrit name, Anja, and is associated with our Sixth Chakra. To healers, it is associated with the color indigo. There are certain vital glands responsible for 3rd eye clairvoyant abilities, and these are our Pineal and Pituitary glands.
The Pineal Gland is located in the geometric center of the brain. The pituitary gland is located just behind the eyes. While the physiological function of this gland has been a mystery to modern science, mystical traditions have long understood that the Pineal gland is the connecting link between the physical and spiritual worlds.
Most of the time, our internal visual viewing happens in the frontal lobe area. Often during clairvoyance development and during actual viewing episodes, various sensations can be felt at the back and top of the head as well as a tightening or pressure sensation across the forehead. This is due to the quickening of the glands in the head when one is focused on the development of this chakra.
When the Sixth Chakra (third eye) is open and in balance, a person can be incredibly intuitive, perceptive, and conscious of other realms and entities. When it is somewhat closed or blocked, a person can feel isolated, be prone to sarcasm and skepticism, removed from reality, inflexible, confused, or even depressed. Therefore, maintaining balance in the third eye is essential. It is your spiritual doorway into the infinite wisdom of the universe and helpful entities from the Spiritual realms.
Throughout history and in most cultures there have been anecdotal stories and historical claims of clairvoyant abilities. In ancient Egypt, clairvoyance was used in the healing temples and highly trained young women called “looking girls” would use this ability to help heal others by gazing into the innards of the body. From this, they would diagnose the problem and alert the temple priests of the ailment.
Other instances have been associated with illustrious figures such as Nostradamus and Merlin, the Dark Ages magician of myth and legend.
Famous Clairvoyants In Times Past
The most famous clairvoyant was Nostradamus. Nostradamus has been credited with successfully predicting numerous events in world history, including the French Revolution, the atom bomb, the rise of Adolf Hitler, and some say the September 11, 2011, attack on the World Trade Center. Naysayers and skeptics may disagree and call the predictions coincidence, but in my opinion, many of Nostradamus’ predictions were too right on to be called vague coincidences.
Today the label of “clairvoyant” is still regarded suspiciously and is relegated by many to the art of fortune-telling. It has taken many dedicated light workers and honorable psychics, to pull this wonderful inborn ability out of something previously looked down upon, into becoming an accepted profession.