Claircognizance: I Know You

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Claircognizance is a spiritual sense defined as clear knowing.

Claircognizance can feel like your own thoughts, but they are interrupting and not necessarily from your own brain. You may pick up on words, phrases, sayings, sentences, and large blocks of information. These can be very intrusive, or it can feel like a thread you need to follow-like yanking a loose bit of yarn from a sweater and it starts to unravel. Words and information can just flow from you. 

Because this is a psychic sense, you may be picking up on other people’s energy fields and what’s going on with them. You may be tuning into higher realms and beings-this is known as channeling. I’ll cover that in another post.

Unlike clairvoyance where you see things and can describe them (faces, people, objects, scenery, images, movies, scenarios), or clairaudience where you can hear things which you can relay to others (music, the pitch and timbre of voices, their cadence, accents, perceived gender, their messages, noises, buzzing, whistles, hissing, etc.), claircognizance can be a bit tricky to work with initially, because there isn’t that safety net of visible or audible descriptors coming in. 

Claircognizance is pure information.

Clairsentience, is tied to the solar plexus and our gut instinct, while claircognizance is mental, analytical, and tied to our crown chakras. Many people who don’t consider themselves psychic, or believe in psychic and intuitive senses, are claircognizant. These folks may always have insightful answers to questions. That is a big intuitive YES to this ability! This intuitive sense is the realm of the writer, the poet, the sage, the music writer, the scientist, the therapist, the teacher.

Does any of this sound familiar to you?

Suspect you are claircognizant? You can learn to strengthen this psychic sense. If you’re not certain, you can begin to recognize signs of claircognizant ability. Is this your psychic sense? Let us know in the comment box below!

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