Our natural psychic gifts are related to our physical senses – and I believe we need to heighten our physical senses to develop our psychic senses.
It is difficult to hear spirit when you don’t hear what is going on in your physical world, just as it is difficult to see spirit when we don’t make the time to see what is right in front of us. Let us look at some obvious correlations.
The Psychic Senses
Clairaudience (Clear Hearing)
Your clairaudient ear becomes more sensitive when you make an effort to listen with your physical hearing. It is a matter of learning to listen with your heart when you use your ears.
Listening is not waiting to have your say but wanting to hear from the heart.
Take time to listen to the people around and really hear what their heart is saying. A very important sound is the sound of silence.
Clairvoyance (Clear Seeing)
Your spiritual sight becomes more sensitive when you learn to see with your heart; Learning to look into things, not just at them.
To see with your eyes and have your heart understand what you are seeing.
Looking past the illusion of surface, to see the soul underneath. An important sight is the sight of instinct.
Clairsentience (Clear Feeling)
I believe clairsentience is linked to our sense of touch. How often do we take time to put our arm around someone or give ourselves a pat on the back or a hug?
As we develop touch and take notice of how it makes us feel, it becomes easier to understand when energies change around us as we can feel the changes.
The most important touch is the touch of love.
Clairaugustine (Smell and Taste)
This is linked to our sense of taste and our sense of smell. How often do we stop to smell a flower? One of my favorite smells is the smell of a newborn baby as you hold them close.
How often do we take the time to truly taste what we put in our mouth?
Many people eat in front of the television or just get the meal eaten as fast as they can.
I wish you a life filled with wonderful sound, beautiful sights, warm touches and divine smells and tastes.
Love & cheers, Karen Ellyard.
In the end, it is important to remember that we cannot become what we are meant to be by remaining who we think we are.
- Max De Pree