8 Signs You May Have Clairvoyant Abilities and How to Develop Them

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6. Déjà vu

Most everyone has experienced some form of déjà vu at one time or the other. If you have clairvoyant abilities, however, you will experience this on a regular basis.

The feeling of “being here before” in this place or time, will sometimes give you a warm feeling. Other time, it might be foreboding. It all depends on why you are receiving these messages through déjà vu.

The universe will use this to let you know that something needs to be done to appreciate or alleviate these feelings. Either the universe welcomes you in this place and time or you need to get away from it. Over time, you will be able to tell the difference.

7. Alienated

Do you feel different from everyone else around you? If so, you could be a clairvoyant. I know, it is possible that you could have other issues going on, but clairvoyants do tend to feel misunderstood, alienated, or just plain unique as opposed to the “norm”.

Maybe you see the truth much better while everyone prefers to remain oblivious. In times like this, others may even criticize you for emotional intuition.

8. Empathy

Clairvoyants have high levels of empathy. They tend to be able to understand how others are feeling just by standing next to them. It’s almost impossible to hide anger, sadness, or love from the empath.

What’s more, they have the ability to tap into these feelings and feel them with you. The unfortunate part is they will often become drained by this as well.

Are you a clairvoyant? How can you hone your craft?

Based on these indicators, what do you think? Are those dreams just dreams or are they warnings of what’s to come? Is that vertigo, or do you really feel like something important is about to happen? Pay close attention when things occur and try to apply these indicators in order to understand what’s happening.

The third eye and developing your abilities

Okay, for starters, most people believe the abilities of clairvoyance comes from the third eye, located between your two natural eyes. Believed to be the hidden eye associated with the pineal gland, the third eye is the main source of your abilities of intuition. Of course, if you’re unfamiliar with this eye, then you won’t know how to coax it open.

To be clear, this third eye will not be visible to all other human eyes, but it can be open within you and allow you to develop skills like clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, and claircognizance. To help your third eye open, you can practice visualizing techniques which are simple.

Visualization

Your imagination depends on how well you can visualize things. If you have trouble using your imagination, then practice visualizing things a bit at a time each day. As you start to visualize colors and objects at a suggestion, for instance, you will start to have more vivid dreams and visions.

Take care not to become alarmed if you start to see things and feel things that others cannot. This is a sign that your eye is opening and enlightenment is happening.

You may have started to utilize your third eye at a young age and just became frightened by various visions or visitations by spirits. This is common. Remember, this could happen again, so be prepared.

I hope this helped you understand clairvoyance and provided insight. Could you have these abilities? If so, remember to use your abilities wisely and help others who are struggling to find their way.

Be blessed!

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Sherrie is a freelance writer and artist with over 10 years of experience. She spends most of her time giving life to the renegade thoughts. As the words erupt and form new life, she knows that she is yet again free from the nagging persistence of her muse. She is a mother of three and a lifetime fan of the thought-provoking and questionable aspects of the universe.

14 Comments

  1. Vaibhav sawant July 20, 2018 at 2:14 am - Reply

    Good knowledge.. i ve all that signs but i dint know whats actualy it is.. thanks for knowing tht.. i am also seeing 11:11,111,222,333,3333,444,5555,555,666,777,888,999,123,456,10:10,101 & many sequels number since many months &i got their meaning on Google but it seems nothing is happening what there mention in meaning of this angel number..sumtym it feels unbelievable but i do trust in all this things n universe & i know i ll achive all my dreams,goals & prayers.. i am thankful &grateful for all this..
    Thank you 😊

    • Sherrie July 31, 2018 at 3:37 am - Reply

      While there are meanings for numerals, there are sometimes deeper personal meanings that only you can understand. These meanings can guide you to extraordinary places, I believe that. However, be careful not to get lost digging for answers. I have this strange habit of listening to EVPs on a little app on my phone. Then I will go and search for those words, dates, and numbers online, hoping that I can find what’s speaking to me. Also, a particular house number keeps repeating itself on my phone clock and other places, which is odd. Although this happened years ago as well. Sometimes numerals are only there to remind us that we’ve made good decisions, either to build with something or to end a chapter, see what I mean. I may just be barely scratching the surface or not even touching on your personal situation, but don’t give up. Just don’t let it swallow you whole.

  2. LucidVibes July 20, 2018 at 10:30 am - Reply

    Stay blessed (:

    • Sherrie July 31, 2018 at 3:30 am - Reply

      Thank you for reading! Namaste!

  3. Dan July 20, 2018 at 9:20 pm - Reply

    I have a very… familiar, view on this topic… My problem is, I can’t fin a psychologist who I trust not to take my thoughts as, paranoid, psychotic, delusional. Is there any way I could email you, Sherrie?

    I’m not some nut, I’m no conspiracy theorist, I’m just, lost. (And here’s the part others would find crazy), I feel the weight of everyone’s thoughts, in the world immediately around me, in the world far away from me (generally when someone is talking about me, and always when I know the person). I’ve always been somewhat intuitive, but recently it feels like, well, like I’m bordering something, something else.

    I’m sure that humans, like animals, have an emotional reach beyond current understanding. Certain animals sense fear, something I assume developed so they could determine what their actions should be in a threatening situation. These sorts of abilities are subjective, meaning the results of an action in this spectrum are impossible to measure; let’s say again, an animal is gauging a threat, there is no way for humans to tell what parts of the brain or body were used to send out the ‘power’, nor is there a way to determine what reaction in body or brain, is the messaged received saying to the animal, ‘no, it’s fine, it’s scared of you’. It’s impossible because we cannot accurately interpret brainwaves, nueroactivity, whatever you want to call it.

    What interests me is that humans comunicate better than most other animals, purely because of language. The ability to describe how you feel, what you see, what you mean (as a writer, I’m sure you feel some love for language too). It is still limited.. many languages have words for things that other languages don’t, things like that.

    How that relates to this topic is, humans think in a formatted way. We speak to ourselves. Something we’re only afforded by language. We define things in the form of words instead of feelings, but those words are still originating as feelings.

    I feel like it is possible to access those feeling, synthesise, and turn them into words, even crossing different languages (I live in South Africa, in Durban where most people speak – and so to, think – in Zulu, of which I speak none). I feel like I’m actually doing this….

    It feels real. But… I know a lot about psychology and I could give you all the character traits of all different mental illnesses as though they were the menu at my favorite restaurant, or all those pages of the dictionary I wrote out on numerous occasions as detention punishment.

    I know that my belief’s are reminiscent of psychosis, paranoid delusions not unrelated to those of grandeur. It’s possible that I am just advancing into a worsening state of schizophrenia.

    It’s been weighing on me for over a year now. I quit my job, abandoned all my friends, and now I spend all my days in my room avoiding people. It’s all just gone downhill since this started, and I think, no, I’m sure, it’s because I can’t talk to anyone about this. Im intelligent, it’s one of the few things I actually appreciate about myself, and… how can I talk to someone about it if it takes that away from me?

    If you don’t email me, thanks at least for showing me there are others out there who think the same and I will keep reading your advice regardless, because, well, you found your niche and, incase you’re worried about this, you are helping people, and more than that, I can tell from the way you write, the way your mind works, you’re a good person. You’ve had hard times, perhaps they didn’t seem that bad to others, but they really did affect you, they hurt; what is so admirable about that is not that you survived, but why you survived. You stand back up when the world kicks.. I wish I could tap into that.

    I’m sorry if this was long, if it was crazy sounding, desperate perhaps. Reading this last article, it sparked something in me.. also, I’m sorry for any typo’s, grammar and, just general inability to explain myself, I typed this furiously into 2″ by 3″ touchscreen phone and didn’t stop till I got here.

    Plutonically, (because I think I love your mind and I don’t want this to come off as skme weird advance)
    Daniel Anthony Jacob

    I’d love to here from you, so
    [email protected]

    But again, I get it if you don’t.
    And, thanks

    • Sherrie July 31, 2018 at 3:29 am - Reply

      Thank you for reading, Dan.

      I’m not big on email, actually, as my box is overflowing and one of my weaknesses is being paranoid of others (please don’t take this personally). I have high standards as well, and for the most part, have met no one in the entire world that thinks as harshly as I do at times. I do alienate myself quite a bit, and I guess the most disturbing part of this is that it doesn’t bother me. I could probably be alone for an entire month with no human contact and be perfectly fine with it. To me, it’s sad sometimes because I know why I am like this. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to cure this “sickness”. My life was difficult, and because of that, I don’t trust anyone easily.

      Okay, I do experience clairvoyance, and of course, few people believe me. That’s to be expected, however. My son does believe me, as he is starting to experience strange phenomena himself. We both experience a foreboding feeling. It’s random and most of the time, we cannot figure out why. I experience electrical phenomena when I am upset, angry, or in any kind of way, agitated. At the moment, there are many people living with me (long story) and the only place, besides outside, that I can find solitude is in the bathroom. I go in there many times when I am angry or upset and just sit down. When this happens, the light always flickers, buzzes, and pops. I have changed the bulb and had the electrical components checked, and nothing. lol I guess that’s funny, huh.

      I was diagnosed with “manic depression” at the age of 18. Later on, maybe around 36 or so, I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, PTSD, and yes, Psychosis. I know that these illnesses can cause tricks of the mind, overthinking, over-analyzing….blah blah blah. And yes, I do advocate help in this area. I do, however, know the differences between symptoms of mental illness and clairvoyance etc. This is a conversation that I have had with many people when I tell them that the supernatural is real. If they know my diagnosis, they tell me that it’s a symptom of my illness, as to why I experience supernatural things. And yes, psychosis does produce hallucinations. You just have to learn how to tell the difference. Mostly, if someone else (a mentally healthy individual) can see what you see, hear, or etc…then chances are, you are seeing what you think you’re seeing. Whew…these topics can be exhausting.

      Oh, and thank you for every kind word. It’s difficult in this world and with the kind words, you get insults. It’s funny how we seem to focus on the insults more than the kind words, huh? Well, I think I am growing in that area. I am teaching myself that it’s not my fault that someone insults me, or criticizes me. I have to love myself, take care of myself, no matter how hard it gets. This is incredibly difficult at times, but it HAS TO BE DONE. Never forget this.

      Thank you again for reading and I wish you well. Comments are welcome and feel free to share tidbits that can help others. There are so many here that are suffering. Sometimes all they need is to be heard and know that they aren’t alone. 🙂 Thank you.

  4. Perminder Suri August 22, 2018 at 6:48 am - Reply

    THANK YOU..

    • Sherrie September 10, 2018 at 5:47 am - Reply

      You are welcome, Perminder

  5. Dominick October 14, 2018 at 9:49 pm - Reply

    I think I’m clairvoyant!

    • Sherrie December 12, 2018 at 5:48 pm - Reply

      Dominik,

      Maybe you are. I truly believe in this ability.

  6. Matthew j haggerty October 16, 2018 at 12:24 am - Reply

    “He who has a why to live can bear almost any how .”Nietzsche

    • Sherrie December 12, 2018 at 5:49 pm - Reply

      Thank you for reading, Matthew.

  7. Jenn November 20, 2018 at 12:55 pm - Reply

    Very interesting & thought provoking information here. I can relate to a lot of it. Thank you for sharing!

    • Sherrie December 12, 2018 at 5:50 pm - Reply

      Jenn, I am so glad that you found this useful. If you feel that you have clairvoyant abilities, next look for confirmation. Remember, not everyone will understand, respect or believe what you experience. You have to be okay with this.

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