Clairvoyance means ‘clear vision’ and is the ability to see images, scenes, symbols, spirits, people, energy fields, or visions/premonitions in the mind’s eye. Your mind’s eye is the movie screen that shows in your mind when you close your eyes. The third eye (The sixth chakra) is the energy centre that is associated with clairvoyance.
The third eye needs to be activated to access the clairvoyance ability. The third eye is a term we use for the sixth chakra, located just above the eyebrows in the centre of the forehead. The sixth chakra is the energy centre for intuition and is associated with clairvoyance, precognition, visualization, astral travel, dreaming, and extrasensory perception.
The third eye is connected to our pituitary gland, located at the base of the brain, just behind the bridge of the nose, and is about the size of a pea. The third eye is activated when the pituitary gland and the pineal gland (the crown chakra) are working together in unison, this is achieved through meditation. Read the article on Guided Meditation and 16 Meditation Tips for Beginners to Help You Succeed
If your third eye lay dormant for a long time it will be blocked and would need to be re-activated. Re-activating the third eye varies from person to person; it is dependent on your current lifestyle and spiritual development. It naturally takes from three to twenty- four months to re-activate your third eye, through daily meditation and lifestyle changes.
Try doing these practices to help develop your Clairvoyance
1. Find an object, look at the object from 30 seconds to one minute and then close your eyes and take three deep breaths, visualize the object in your mind’s eye. Are you seeing it clearly and solid or fuzzy, it doesn’t matter how well you can recall the details. It’s about practicing and developing your clairvoyance. Try not to force the details into your mind, just let them come to you.
2. Visualise, with your eyes closed, a shape it could be a square, triangle, or rectangle. In your mind’s eye try and manipulate the shape, add colour to it, change the size, combine the shapes together, and rotate them.
3. Coloring books, drawing, and painting are great ways to tap into your imagination and the visual processes of the mind.
4. Create sacred geometry art and look at it, if you type in Google “how to create sacred geometry”, you’ll find tutorials on how to draw them. You can create and play around with different basic formations that are based on recursive geometry and natural constants like the golden ratio. You can also download or purchase sacred geometry artwork and meditate on it. Just look at the centre point of the geometry and focus on it for 2–10 minutes or as long as you can.