The word Clairvoyance is derived from the French, clair meaning “ clear” and voyance meaning “vision”. Literally Clairvoyance means “clear vision” that every medium’s aim to develop and masters. I am going to share with you the main types of Clairvoyance and an exercise to practice it.
By definition Clairvoyance is the ability to perceive objects, physical events, persons or images beyond our 5 natural senses.
Clairvoyance can be experienced in a normal state, in sleep, during meditation or trance, by the use of drugs, fasting or illness.
Main types of Clairvoyance:
The power to touch an object or a person and acquire knowledge from the “ energy” surrounding that person or thing.
The ability to hear things such as voices, music and sounds, which are beyond the range of the power of hearing.
The ability to smell things that have no apparent physical source.
Being aware of tastes without physically putting anything in the mouth. Basically Clairgustance is the ability to tast with your psychic rather than the physical senses.
Having knowledge of certain places, people, or situations without possessing the necessary information to know , e.i. without seeing, hearing or feeling it.
Here is an exercise that will help you to develop your Clairvoyance (You will need minimum 2 people):
First of all make sure that you ground yourself prior to start this exercise.
1-Choose a comfortable and quite place to sit. Use a small table and sit face to face with the other person. One person will be the sender and the other one the receiver.
2-The sender will write down 6 geographical locations on a different piece of paper. Each piece of paper must be marked with a number from 1 to 6. E.i #1- Paris; #2-New york; #3- Italy, etc.. Until #6.
3-Once both of you are grounded and relax, the sender will mentally concentrate hard on things that describe one of the locations. Meanwhile the receiver will try to focus his/her impressions and verbally describe the location they are seeing. Take for example Paris has location #1, the sender could think and picture in his/her mind the Eiffel Tower, a baguette, French flag, the Mona Lisa etc… and “send” this pictures mentally to the receiver.
4-The receiver will write down his/her impressions no matter how strange or irrelevant they may seem.
5-Repeat this until you go through the 6 locations.
6-Compare your notes and see if you match.
You can try this exercise with different cities every single time.