Living in a time of clairvoyance

I’m privileged to have met countless healers and psychics in my lifetime. They show up regularly, sometimes right at my front door.

The funny thing is that many of them are unaware of their special abilities, and of the great value of the resources that lie within them.

They might be convinced that they’re not very psychic or special, and as proof of this, point to their failures – if they were truly psychic, they wouldn’t make mistakes, right? Or they point to experts who’ve convinced them that what they know, feel, or see, isn’t real and can be explained away by one scientific study or another. So they doubt what they know. They invalidate what they are feeling, dismiss what they see. They don’t look, because it isn’t polite.

Some of them would never call themselves psychics, healers, or clairvoyants. They say that they’re not naturally psychic, because they didn’t come from a psychic family. Though there was this time that they felt this strange energy, and they sometimes know what’s going to happen before it does, and their gut instincts are never wrong…

It would certainly be nice to come from a family with the permission to be psychic, but doing so doesn’t make you any more psychic than the next person. You were born psychic, simply because you are human. Being psychic is a natural human ability.

The real question is, are you going to learn about and develop your abilities? Like  other talents and skills you have, the more you practice and use them, the better they work.

For example, if you have musical or artistic talent, you need to train and practice in order to develop it fully. Any talent you have needs to be used in order to develop. The same is true for your psychic abilities.

A word to the wise – what has been in the dark is coming into the light now. It’s difficult to hide anything these days – we are living in a time of clairvoyance. Seeing and being seen are on the evolutionary agenda, and You. Are. Here. You can rest assured that every lie will rise to the surface, everything that isn’t right will be seen, all that’s been hidden will come into the light.

This can include your own hidden abilities, talents, and knowledge. You can help the process along by deciding that you want to have these valuable resources working for you. They are already part of you, and they exist for you to discover, uncover, use and own. Your abilities as a clairvoyant, healer, creator, visionary – do no good to you or the rest of us if you decide to ignore them, deny them, or invalidate them. It’s the time to be courageous and own up to who you are and what you have. There has never been a better time to do so.

If you really want to become your own expert, you can. The greatest clairvoyant ability is the ability to see yourself, and the greatest psychic ability is the ability to know yourself. What can you lose if you decide to look, except for your illusions about who you think you are? What if you’re more than you expected?

©Kris Cahill /
‘California Poppies’ ©Geek Philosopher

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4 thoughts on “Living in a time of clairvoyance

  1. Thanks for this great insight, Kris. Lies are revealed everyday and being played out in great and small ways. From the cheating spouse to our crashing public systems and tumbling economy, truth is breaking through in magnanimous ways. Everyday, the universe is holding a mirror to our faces and asking, “are you OK with that?” LOL. Hold on, folks. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride. 😉

    • Thank you, Rhonda, for your very true comment. The truth is the ticket, no matter how hard, and it’s what we are each being asked to embrace now. I found this wonderful quote today which says it all, simply and clearly:

      “Before us lie two paths — honesty and dishonesty. The shortsighted embark on the dishonest path; the wise on the honest. For the wise know the truth; in helping others we help ourselves; and in hurting others we hurt ourselves. Character overshadows money, and trust rises above fame. Honesty is still the best policy.” -Napoleon Hill

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