How to identify your dominant ‘clair’.
Everybody has one!
Take out your journal and a pen, or something to type with, or speak into. Whichever you prefer.
Now, I want you to think of a happy memory - somewhere beautiful you’ve visited or a time in your life you think of fondly.
Now, by either writing, typing, or speaking into a recording device, I want you to describe the memory in as much detail as possible. A few paragraphs will do nicely.
Now, review the statements you used to describe your happy memory.
Have you used mostly:
Seeing words - ‘I opened the car door and saw a beautiful mountain and lake.’
Hearing words - ‘I was awoken by the sounds of the birds chirping outside my window.’
Feeling words - ‘She hugged me tightly and I felt how much she loved me. I began to cry.’
Scent words - ‘The smell of freshly-brewed coffee crept into my bedroom.’
Taste words - ‘The flavour of the paella was unlike anything I’ve ever tasted.’
Thinking words - ‘“Life cannot get better than this.” I thought.’?
If you have used mostly seeing words, you are predominantly clairvoyant.
If you have used mostly hearing words, your are predominantly clairaudient.
If you have used mostly feeling words, you are predominantly clairsentient.
If you have used mostly smelling words, your are predominantly clairessent.
If you have used mostly tasting words, you are predominantly clairgustant
If you have used mostly thinking words, you are predominantly claircognizant.
The clairs are your perceptual tools through which spirit communicators can transmit information to you. They are a reflection of your physical senses, that of sight, smell, taste, touch etc. You can tell which ‘clair’ is strongest in you by the words you used to describe your happy memory. This is the channel within you that is most open for the spirit world to use, so you should expect the strongest information from spirit to appear to you in that way.
Clairvoyance, clairaudience and clairsentience are the most common, with the others playing a supportive role. Most great mediums have a holistic experience of spirit, meaning that they use all their clairs together, in various degrees, at various times.
The more clearly you can identify your dominant ‘clair’ and develop it, the clearer and more concise the information you receive from spirit will be.
Even if you’re not a medium, this is also true for the development of your intuition, which we all possess. Information about the best course of action to take, whether someone is telling the truth, how a particular process will turn out, or whether to pursue one goal or another, comes from the same perceptual tools.
Think of the clairs as the senses of your soul.
It’s a good idea to develop them, whether for your mediumship, or just to enhance your intuitiveness in your own life.
A simple and easy way to develop each ‘clair’ is to pay attention to your physical senses in your everyday life.
Where could you appreciate the visual beauty of your life more?
Who could you listen more carefully to when they are speaking?
When could you be more emotionally present in your life?
What could you do to introduce new tasting, smelling, thinking experiences?
Try paying extra attention to one sense for a week, and note any changes that occur in your mediumship and / or your personal intuition.
Now, I’d love to hear from you.
What’s your dominant ‘clair’?