Posts tagged seeing clearly
Being in present time with your clairvoyance

Clairvoyance is the ability to see energy clearly.

You are made of energy, as is everyone and everything that exists. When you use your clairvoyance to see your world, you see beneath the surface. This helps you to become aware of and understand things others might miss because they are only seeing the surface of things.

‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’ is true for everyone you know, including you.

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Clairvoyance is using your imagination in a wonderful way

Without too much effort, you can probably see a miracle from where you’re sitting.

One at the very least. Maybe not as spectacular as this image, but miraculous all the same. If you don't see anything that looks miraculous to you, keep looking. Make sure you use your imagination.

The technology that makes it possible for you to read this now, the same day it was published, was unheard of a few decades ago.

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Wanted: those who are capable of visualizing peace, beauty, and love

A funny thing happened on the way to building a new world.

It became clear that in order to create a brand new way of doing things, a whole lot of destruction had to happen.

Some of the destruction was necessary just to wake people up so that they could remember why they even chose to be on the earth in human form to begin with.

If you are living unconsciously, it’s hard to see the truth of what is happening, or who you are.

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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.

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