CLAIR: Your Five Clair Senses
by Dr. Anujj Elviis, PHD (A.M) Wicca Healing | Diagnosis & Prognosis | India's First Male Wicca
Whether you refer to it as a gut feeling, a reaction, instinct, foresight or a certain knowingness about events that haven't yet taken place, everyone has the gift of intuition. I hope you are listening to the signs and signals? Psychic medium Dr Anujj Elviis asks and goes on to explain the five Clair senses, what they are and how to identify and develop them. when developing one’s spiritual connection, one often battles with great self-doubt. Don’t be demotivated its quite natural. It was difficult for me too. But I soon realized that what was important was that I was, in fact, receiving profound validations or evidence from spirits to convince both the people I worked with and myself too. There were sincere connections being made. As I started to discover the language of the spirits and better understand how intuition works, I realized that my way of receiving intuitive information was amazing I just had to embrace it. The irony was that once I let go of my desire to explain i started to recognize spirit energy as sparks of lights and orbs along with full seeing which I already had by birth. With time, I realized that while we have one or two dominant physical senses, we also have dominant intuitive senses and that we all connect with spirit in our own unique way. Our job is to understand and figure out our own way and then simply embrace it. And that's exactly what I'm going to try and help you to do.
Similar to radio waves, spiritual data is constantly being broadcast around us, so it's really just a matter of learning how to become Intune. To interpret what spirits are broadcasting, you'll be using your five senses like you do in your day-to-day life. And just as you may feel that some of your senses are more reliable than others for making everyday rulings, you have senses, or clairs, that are stronger for connecting with spirit.
To help you determine what your dominant clairs are, let me start explaining what they are and how our preferred senses shape our lives.
Clairvoyance means clear seeing.
This is when visions past, present and future flash through our mind's eye, or third eye, much like a daydream. If this sounds familiar, your clairvoyance is most likely a dominant sense.
Clairaudience means clear hearing.
This is when we hear words, sounds or music in our own mind's voice. On rare occasions, spirit may be able to create sound. If this feels right to you, clairaudience may be a leading sense for you.
Clairsentience means clear feeling.
This entails feeling a person's or spirit's emotions or feeling another's physical pain. Many of us are clairsentient without consciously being aware of it. When we get a strong "gut" feeling, positive or negative, about someone we just met or when we get the "chills" for no apparent reason, we may be tuning into the emotional energy of a person or a spirit around us. Empaths have a higher chance of being clairsentience. If this is you, clairsentience is at the top of your senses list.
Clairalience means clear smelling.
This is being able to smell odours that don't have any kind of physical source. When our sense of smell is strong and distinct, we may find that certain smells connect us to past memories.
Clairgustance means clear tasting.
This is the ability to taste something that isn't actually there. This experience oftentimes comes from out of the blue when a deceased loved one is attempting to communicate a memory or association we have with a particular food or beverage that reminds us of them. My favourite is cigarette smoke in a closed room.
Claircognizance means clear knowing.
This is when we have knowledge of people or events that we would not normally have knowledge about. Spirit impresses us with truths that simply pop into our minds from out of nowhere. An example of this would be a premonition: a forewarning of something that will happen in the future. Claircognizance requires incredible reliance because there's often no practical explanation for why we suddenly "know" something. If this is you, consider claircognizance as one of your dominant senses.