Posts tagged non-judgment
I’ll have my non-judgment with a side of kindness please

As a clairvoyant student, I was trained in the art of non-judgment.

In order to see clairvoyantly, it is necessary to look without judging.

Non-judgment is also called neutrality. The ability to see neutrally is already within each of us, and we can decide to use it.

Looking at something or someone without judging means that it’s easier to see what’s really there. My clairvoyant training reminded me that I had the ability to see without judgment, and as soon as I began to work from this part of myself, my clairvoyant ability developed into a beautiful gift for my daily life.

Read More
Why is clairvoyance so impolite?

When you were a small child, you might have been told to not stare at people, especially strangers, because it was impolite.

You might have wondered what the big deal was – you were just looking, after all.

If you’ve ever been stared at by a little kid, you know the feeling of being seen.

When that child looks at you, he is using his clairvoyance to see the real you, and isn't judging you the way that older people do when they look. She isn’t worried about your skin color, or what you are wearing, or what kind of car you’re driving. He doesn’t care about your economic standing, what neighborhood you’re from, or what school you attend.

Read More
What have you agreed to have?

Can you have for yourself the beauty, wealth, health, happiness, peace, freedom, and love that exist in endless quantities in this Universe?

Can you trust in something you don't yet have and perhaps can't see, but know in your heart is possible?

Or do you control the number of gifts you accept, saying to yourself, 'that's enough now, I shouldn't have more, I don't want to be greedy'. So you make bargains with yourself and others, perhaps unconsciously, that you'll only have so much, because you know, fairness.

Read More