Do you know your intuitive type?
There is an unknowable amount of information just hanging out there, waiting for us to come and get it.
Intuition takes us beyond what we can comprehend through our traditional five senses and what we can scan for in our catalog of all the things — all the information we house in our brain. Everything has an energy signature, data bits that come together to form a picture — and all that data is out there, accessible to those of us who go looking for it. I call this process cosmic Googling, searching for what we want to know though vast amounts of energetic data.
We are all wired to go cosmic Googling. We are designed to interact and understand the energy that is in us, around us, and that makes up all things. Below I introduce four main ways we are able to process this data. There are more than four, but these four are by far the most common.
Clairvoyant means clear seeing. Clairvoyants actually see the information they are getting intuitively, which involves receiving information through pictures or images. These pictures or images may be symbolic or literal.
For example, if I ask a clairvoyant what color the next car through the traffic light will be, and they intuit “red”, they will see a red car, the color red, or maybe even the word red. Or, if I were to ask, “where did I leave my wedding ring?” and they intuit “at the kitchen sink”, they may see a picture of dishes — rather than the literal space of the kitchen sink.
Each group of Clair’s tend to share common characteristics, some of those specific to clairvoyants are: being easily distracted, creative and artistic, clearly remembering a place they’ve only been once, sees the big picture, but can miss small details, and can easily construct items from seemingly complicated instructions. During conversation, they will be likely to say, “I see what you are saying.”
Clairsentient means clear feeling, and alternately referred to as an empath. They largely experience intuitive knowing through feeling. They feel what is going on around them. They feel the emotions, feelings, and weight of other people, places, and things. Clairsentients can physically feel the pain, distress, anxiety, depression, and fear of others around them. They generally pair their incoming information with another Clair, finding accuracy in the answer that feels right.
For example, a clairsentient will intuit that a red car will be the next through the light by seeing, knowing, or hearing the answer — they know it’s accurate by the way it feels.
Common characteristics of clairsentients include, feeling overwhelmed in crowds, having frequent intense displays of emotion, finding themselves in healing/caregiving roles, having a difficult time watching sad, scary, or violent movies, being excellent listeners and storytellers, as well as good cooks. During conversation, clairsentients will be likely to say, “I feel you.”
Claircognizant means clear knowing. These folks just know what they know. When asked a question, they simply know the answer. Information seems to just pop into their heads. Theirs is a complete knowing that happens quickly, allowing them to think fast on their feet and tend to be great problem solvers and decision makers.
Claircognizants also have the ability to learn new things quickly — often without instruction, as well as find themselves drawn to intellectual and analytical stimulation. During conversation, claircognizants will be likely to say, “I know what you are saying.”
Clairaudient means clear hearing. Their answers and information come in the form of sound. Using the above example of the car, clairaudients would hear the word “red”. They often find answers among songs or music, and have the ability to hear between the lines — hearing what is left unsaid or unwritten, or hearing what has been said outside of the range of what their ears can pick up.
Clairaudients are good conversationalists, storytellers, and quickly know when a lie is being told. You will often find them talking to themselves and require quiet solitude fairly frequently. During conversations, clairaudients will be likely to say, “I hear you.”
Learning to listen to and trust the intuitve information you bring in allows you to be confident in your decisions, see solutions where others can't, and makes finding your keys way easier. If you want to learn more about developing your intuition or have support in gaining confidence in its everyday use and application, you can check out my online course Master Your Intuition, join our Facebook community, or schedule a free strategy session to find out what is best for you.
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