Clairvoyance: the ability to see yourself

The greatest use of clairvoyance is to see yourself clearly.

If you can see yourself clearly, with love and forgiveness, you can enjoy yourself and your life much more.

The game changes when you have the power to do this. You now have the ball in your court, rather than constantly scrambling around in a defensive posture. You can now increase your vision and aim for a larger view of what is possible for you to have.

Being safe enough is what makes it possible to enjoy having this ability. The difference between being safe and not feeling safe is enormous. If you aren’t safe enough to see, you won’t want to see a thing. Or you will feel like something else is running you, kind of like having a squatter in your space. Many people are frightened of their own natural abilities for just this reason. They think there is something wrong with them, because they are not in charge of their own energy.

You have valuable powers, valuable resources within you. It is up to you to decide to use them.

If you can be safe enough to see, you can see more. If your body isn’t safe, you will not want to see anything.

Grounding is one of the keys that can help you unlock your own abilities and use them, safely, for yourself. Learning how to protect yourself is important, as is being able to let go of things you see that are not easy to look at. Having communication with others about what you experience as you open up at this sensitive level is invaluable. Having a teacher who can help you to learn this for yourself, in a beautiful environment, is a joy.

Highly recommended is a clairvoyant school in Chicago called InVision. Located on Chicago’s north side, InVision offers a wide range of opportunities for you to unlock your own abilities and use them for yourself. From workshops to the beginning six week Psychic Meditation Class, to the Clairvoyant Training program, energy healings, astral healings, readings, and much more, InVision is a dream school made real. Find it online here.

©Kris Cahill
‘Mirror Bird’ ©J Pockele on Flickr

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