Want to know how to determine your innate psychic abilities just by looking at your emails, tweets and Facebook updates? It’s easy! With this very basic overview of the psychic senses you’ll quickly be able to determine your undiscovered psychic abilities!
The four most common psychic senses are clairvoyance (psychic sight), clairaudience (psychic hearing), clairsentience (gut feelings) and claircognizance (inner knowing). As babies, we all have these abilities, but many of us, as we grow up, slowly shut them down. In most cases, though, the senses were never completely closed and we remain unknowingly open. To get a better understanding of this, let’s look at how a clairsentient, a clairvoyant, a claircognizant and a clairaudient person would behave when meeting a new person.
Clairvoyance is the most famous psychic sense. People who are clairvoyant are usually creative. Their information often comes to them as a picture or a quick flash of a movie. The first thing they notice when meeting a new person would be looks, clothing, hair color and style. To determine if you are primarily clairvoyant, look at the language you use in your writing. Do you say “I’ll see you later” or “It looks to me like…” or “I look forward to seeing your tweets”? If so, your primary psychic sense could be clairvoyance!
People who are clairaudient, on the other hand are more likely to take note of the sound of a person’s voice first. They often hear guidance from within their head (almost like “voices” but not quite that loud!). When writing, people who are more clairaudient will use phrases like “I hear what you’re saying” and “I can’t wait to hear your tweets!”
A clairsentient person will pay attention to whether or not they feel comfortable around the new person. Does this new person make them feel nervous or sick to their stomach or even have goosebumps? This is how clairsentience often arises. Clairsentient people are all about emotions. In their writing they say “I feel blah blah blah” and “It feels like…” or “Your tweets make me feel…”
Finally, the least trusted (but most common) psychic sense is claircognizance. This is that inner knowing that causes a person to blurt out an idea—that they didn’t even know they had. Because the claircognizant information didn’t arrive in any obvious way (seen, heard or felt) it is often difficult to trust it. A person who is claircognizant will want to be stimulated when meeting a new person. “I think” phrases will dominate writing by a person who is primarily claircognizant.
Once you have figured out what your own innate psychic abilities are, start looking at your friends and even your Twitter followers. Those auto-DM’s on Twitter that everyone finds so annoying? You now have a new use for them—figuring out the psychic senses of those around you!