All of us came into this lifetime with our senses developed. During childhood, our families, friends and others influenced us to suppress our gifts in order to fit in. In spite of that, each of us still possesses at least one of our senses developed more than others, which is considered your primary or main sense.
As a clairvoyant, I see things mostly when my eyes are closed but also with my eyes open. Sometimes I will see a person’s face change. In the last few years, it was seeing the light body of others. Clairvoyance corresponds with the third eye; the area between your eyes and up slightly.
Some individuals get their answers and information through their feelings. They usually come unexpected; such as, feeling the temperature change, or as if someone touched you, or you smell a flower that is not anywhere around you. This is clairsentience and correlates with your heart chakra.
People may just know something and not know how they know it. It is like someone else giving you the information. Often, when painting, someone may tell me to do the painting a little differently than planned or give me the name for the painting. Receiving information mainly this way is called claircognizance. The crown chakra at the top of your head corresponds with this.
Clairaudience or clear hearing comes through sounds. You may hear your name called, hear celestial-type music or a voice out of nowhere. Your ear chakras are above your eyebrows.
Our angels, guides and former family members may be the ones assisting us with the answers or information. You should not feel frightened by it. If it does not feel right to you, then one way to see if it is from lower entities trying to make you think they are a higher being is to ask, “What is your name?” Repeat the question several times after each answer. If they change their name at any time, then tell them to be gone.
In my pre-teens, it was very comfortable for me to talk to my guides and angels. When I began meditating, my clairsentience became more predominant.
My chiropractor continued to ask me where my information and answers were coming from and who was giving me the information. It did not bother me, for I felt I knew what I knew I knew. After my chiropractor continued to ask, the answer just came out of my mouth one day. “Those with no names.” After that the chiropractor never asked again. In New Mexico, I read Shirley MacLaine’s book Out on a Limb. Her information also came from those with no names.
Pay attention and use the information or answers received. If you ignore it, then they may not continue to assist you unless there is an emergency. If you use it, assistance will continue to be given to you. Which ‘clair’ is your main means of communication with angels, guides and other loved ones.
Wishing you love in all that you do,