I’m not really clairvoyant. Goodness. Isn’t that a strange thing for a professional psychic to say?
I’ve spent most of my professional psychic career feeling… less than. I felt that way because I couldn’t pull specific physical details out of the air. I just read differently. Yikes. Who likes or even wants to be different? Not me. But here’s the prob. I’m a seventh generation psychic. All the Wise Women that came before me were clairvoyant. My mother was a brilliant, gifted psychic. She pulled details out of the air. She even helped solve crimes. I’ve never solved a crime. I never found a missing child. Jeez… What am I doing here!?!? I just “see” feelings. I just “read” souls. I didn’t even know what clairsentient meant. We never used that word. I was taught Tarot at age four. I learned how to read by the Tarot. I learned early that not to read Tarot was blasphemy.
So, if I don’t see pictures, or get clues from guides, how do I read souls? I read souls by clairsentience. Now, I’m not so arrogant as to try define this very broad term. But I would like to explain what it means to me. It’s kinda like this. I know my first name. My mother and father gave it to me over forty-one years ago. I know my name. I don’t like my name, but I know it’s mine. I just know. So, following that thought to a reasonable conclusion, I read souls by knowing. I believe that I truly see the “real” you. I don’t mean any disrespect, but I think it’s similar to how the Divine sees you. That’s a good thing.
When I have a session, I always ask the same questions in the beginning. That is, after I thank the client for calling me. I needed a way to make clients feel a little more comfortable with me. So I ask them their name and Sun Sign. If there is another person involved, I need their name and Sun Sign. I ask the biggest area of concern. The client then drops their guard, and I connect. Then I can help.
It took a long time to be comfortable with this process, let alone confident. I came from a family line of Tarot readers. It was sacred to my people. But I had to face the truth that I had a different path. That didn’t happen so quick. That took time. It took trust. In order for me to be a useful clairsentient, I had to learn to trust myself.
When a psychic has guides, they usually have known them for a while. They build a relationship. They learn to trust each other. That was not my path. I had to learn to trust myself. With no pictures, smells or voices. I met the Divine in me. It was a cool process. I’m hoping that was a good answer.
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