Curiosity and the clairvoyant

Can you imagine going through your life without a sense of wonder? It’s the human ability to wonder that makes it possible to discover, invent, create, and learn.

Clairvoyance is made richer and more powerful by the ability to be curious. Curiosity is one of the greatest tools a clairvoyant has to work with. A beginning clairvoyant is taught to open up that sense, to begin asking questions like, “I wonder what this is that I’m seeing?”, or “I wonder what comes next?”.

Like a detective who is open to discovery, looking but not expecting, curiosity helps you become an explorer, a creator, an inventor. Curiosity can be used to see from a place of neutrality, non-judgment. If you expect to see something, it may be difficult to see something else. You might be in judgment about what you WILL see, and forget to be open to what you ARE seeing. If what you are seeing doesn’t make sense to you and you go into judgment about it, zap!, that quickly you are no longer looking from your clairvoyance.

Remember the last time you got lost and discovered something or someplace new as a result? You’d never have found that thing without being lost in the first place. Sometimes spiritual growth works that way too. You have to be willing to be lost in order to find a treasure.

If the treasure is you, and you are willing to look as a curious detective might, without judgment but with plenty of wonder, you will be amazed at what you find. You are much more than you might be able or willing to see right now. Curiosity and wonder will help you find the parts of you that you didn’t even know were missing.

©Kris Cahill 2007-2012  All Rights Reserved.
http://PsychicEveryday.com  ~  http://KrisCahill.com
‘Caterpillar’ ©Debi Cates

2 thoughts on “Curiosity and the clairvoyant

  1. hello Cris,
    I am curious how did u get ur posts to give the years 2007-2012 at the end? Did u go through every post and add 2012 — which seems unlikely — or do u add the final info as an “add on” or something like that?
    Janno

    • Hi Janno, I’m sorry it took me so long to reply. I did add it myself to each post. I’m about to move both of my blogs to WordPress.org, and haven’t been here so much due to the big changes happening. It’s all good!

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