Clairvoyance and non-judgment go hand in hand

The ability to see clearly begins with the ability to look without judgment.

Clairvoyance is the ability to see energy clearly, and it’s available to anyone who wants to use it. Clairvoyance is also a skill you can develop and build, kind of like learning to play a musical instrument. You may have musical talent to begin with, but you need to practice and hone that talent in order to develop it. It takes work. The same is true for your clairvoyance; it’s an ability you were born with, and you can learn to develop and use it.

If you can learn to look at people, places, and events without judging them, you are more likely to see them. Once you begin judging is when you stop seeing clearly. If you can learn to see without fearing or resisting what you’re looking at, you’ll see more. If you don’t need to fix every problem you see, or become responsible for it, you’ll see more deeply into a situation and find it easier to know what to do. If you don’t judge that the person in front of you is good or bad, or needs to be healed, you’ll see that person’s spirit clearly.

When you enter into a situation already ‘knowing’ what is happening because someone else told you what to think or how to feel, or you are expected to behave in a certain way out of loyalty, you miss out on seeing what is really happening. You are pre-judging, or prejudiced. The same goes for when you see the color of a person’s skin, or the cut of their clothes, and expect them to be a certain way. If you’re in fear of them or in judgment of their beliefs, accent, clothing, or ways of being, you’ll miss out on an opportunity to learn something true, make a friend, or let go of an old prejudice or fear. You’ll remain ignorant of what’s happening around you in the world. You miss out on seeing the spirit of that person.

When you can see the energy of another person clearly, you’ll be able to communicate with him, or to give a true ‘hello’ to her spirit. This is the healing we bring to each other. This is where we really begin to communicate deeply: when we can see each other clearly. This is what we are evolving into right now, as beings in bodies. This is what will help us to heal ourselves and create a happy healthy planet.

©Kris Cahill 2007-2011 All Rights Reserved.

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6 thoughts on “Clairvoyance and non-judgment go hand in hand

  1. Thank you, Kris, for another insightful post. Upon reading it, I realized that while I think of myself as trying to “fix” a problem for another, what I’m actually doing is judging, clouding my ability to interact with their true spirit. And missing out!

    I love your advice. I’m going to try saying “hello” instead.

    • A simple “hello” is so powerful, it’s really a great way to becoming conscious. I love to sit in meditation and say hello to parts of myself that I realize I’ve been forgetting about. What a wonderful way to get back in there again. Enjoy, and thank you, Debi.

  2. Hi Kris,
    It’s when we look through the lens of pre-judging that vision get’s distorted.

    It is much easier to clean the lens and see thing as they really are.

    We often believe that we have to fix everything and everyone when most if not all the time things are fine the way that they are.

  3. Kris,

    In a way, you’re speaking about Zen practice, especially here, “If you can learn to look at people, places, and events without judging them (…)”. To look at things without analyzing them; to perceive events without thinking; to see the world as it truly is, this is the psychic path.

    Our brains are filled with patterns learned at home, school, neighborhood etc. And we use these patterns to judge what we see. And we judge everything: person because of the color of his skin, or the color of the building, because we’ve been taught the names of colors in school. Yet, the world might not be as we see it, because we see it through perception filters. To remove the filters, to see the world without judgment, allows us to expand our psychic abilities – not just clairvoyance, but our entire psychic potential.

    • Hi Nathan, it’s a wonderful world, isn’t it? How much more fun it is to simply allow oneself to be, perceive, and breathe. By doing so, we allow others that same freedom.

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