What is Clairvoyance?
Clairvoyance is a French word that means “Clear Seeing.” It’s a psychic ability, the intuitive 6thSense, and the subtle perception that allows us to see energy. We have our usual 5 senses of the body (touch, taste, sight, smell, hearing), and we also have many psychic senses that the spirit uses to receive more subtle information, beyond the five ordinary senses.
Clairvoyance works with your Spiritual Eye, rather than the physical eyes. The spiritual eye is the 6th Chakra, or Third Eye, and it is an energy center in the mid-brain, behind the forehead.
Chakra is a Sanskrit word that means “wheel” or “energy center”. A chakra is like a spinning wheel of light and energy. Chakras contain our spiritual information. They help the spirit process information, much like the five senses process information for the body. The spirit receives information using many different chakras, and each chakra has a spiritual, or psychic ability. Clairvoyance is the Spiritual ability of the 6th chakra.
What is a Clairvoyant?
A Clairvoyant is someone who uses the psychic ability of the third eye, or 6th chakra to "see" energy in the form of colors, pictures, images, light and movement.
Clairvoyants are regular people just like you. Anyone can develop Clairvoyant abilities with training and practice.
Clairvoyant Readings: How They Work
Broadly speaking and at a basic level, clairvoyance is the heightened psychic and intuitive awareness a person is born with, or develops later in life via lengthy psychic and spiritual learning and practice. Even though, linguistically, the term “clairvoyance” only refers to a psychically-improved ability to see (“clair” meaning “clear,” and “voyance” meaning “vision), over time for many of us the word has come to refer to all the known clair-senses, including heightened hearing (clairaudience), smelling (clairscent), tasting (clairgustance), feeling (clairsentience) etc.
Because each one of the clair-senses can be important and possibly game-changing in the course of a psychic reading, we’ll be referring to and explaining each one of them below. Note that when we use the term “clairvoyance,” more often than not we use it as an umbrella term for all the clair-senses.