Claircognizance is the intuitive ability of clear knowing.
If you are natural a thinker and find yourself becoming aware of facts and knowledge with no explanation as to how you know it, you may be claircognizant.
And you can begin developing your ability to receive information through clear, intuitive and divinely-inspired thought.
To start, begin testing out your abilities
Ask out loud, to the Universe to start receiving the sudden, stroke of insight, Light Bulb type of guidance that comes from claircognizance.
When you start consciously asking for an answer. . . with claircognizance the answer to pop in often suddenly in the minutes, hours and soon thereafter days from asking.
You can’t know for certain if you have the ability - until you try it out and give it a test run.
Then Follow Three More Steps To Developing Your Claircognizance:
Simply start asking questions out loud or within your head to receive answers to predicaments or problems that you have. And then, wait for it the spark to come.
It may come immediately or later, after you've cleared out your mind from any distractions preventing you from receiving.
1. Go for a long walk/drive to clear out your head
Insight that is claircognizant often comes during our natural ‘thinking time.'
For me, this is when I walk my dog - for others, it’s when they shower or while they drive home on their long commute.
Identify a long period of time when you are alone, and begin to cherish this time as your claircognizant time. Begin to notice what insights come to you during this time. Sometimes, yes, it’s just your own inner self hashing these things out, but when Light Bulbs go off - this is it. This is the Divine Spark.
Once you identify when your “light bulb’ time, seek out these times to be alone, when you need to clear your head. These designated inspiration-quiet times will help things can come to you more freely.
Quiet time is essential for developing claircognizance.
If your mind is always running, then there’s no room for anything else to come in.
2. Start recording what you get (and carry a notebook around to make notes of what comes to you)
Strokes of claircognizance often come in as a word, a concept, an image, or a flash of something and then - poof - it’s gone. It can be hard to remember the exact concept of that light bulb moment, when you want to consider and think about it later on.
Rather than let intuitive insight slip away from you, carry around a pen and a notebook to jot down what you receive, even if it is just the quote or the phrase or the image and nothing more than that. As long as you have a cue to jog your memory, it’s not lost forever and you can come back to it to gather more insight when you are ready to work with it.
You know, when you aren’t driving.
You can begin to develop your claircognizant abilities when you, start asking for it, carve out some time to receive it and recording what you receive so you can remember that you got it, when in fact, it does come true.
3. Receive external validation
One of the best ways to check-out if your receptions are real and true is to bring them to others and see how they pan out. You can do this in an intuitive development group, like the one we have in The Membership, or in a group local to your area, such as a Reiki share or a spiritual meet-up.
I would suggest on this last one, bringing these receptions to other intuitive or spiritually inclined people who are more likely to be tapped into messages from the collective consciousness, guide teams or the other realms. Bringing intuitive information to a person who hasn’t opened themselves to information received this way can sometimes create blocks and affect self-esteem, especially if you are newly developing.
Overall, claircognizance is a very common gift, and it can be nurtured developed and connected to other abilities, such as clairvoyance.
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