Clairgustance or ‘clear taste’ is probably the most unusual of all the psychic phenomena. It is a form of extra-sensory perception (ESP) that allows the gifted person to taste a substance associated with someone or something from the past, present or future.
Some medical intuitives can taste certain foods a person may need for their health, such as the taste of orange juice for someone who lacks Vitamin C. The taste of certain medicinal substances could also indicate a possible cause of illness, or what kind of treatment to seek. It is also very handy in some situations if you can ‘taste’ something that is harmful or dangerous; this enables you to get the necessary information about what or where the substance was, without having to physically expose yourself to it.
Clairvoyant psychics and mediums have the ability to see mental images or perceive paranormal visions that are beyond the normal human senses. Simply stated, clairvoyants are able to 'see' beyond the normal range of physical eyesight.
It is also not merely the perception of an intuitive feeling, or a familiar image from your memory. True clairvoyance refers to physically ‘seeing’ a person, object, place or event in your mind’s eye.
My own clairvoyant visions are typically accompanied by clairsentient feelings and clairaudient sounds. Clairvoyance also tends to go hand-in-hand with other psychic gifts, including clairolfaction (smelling), clairgustance (tasting) and clairtangency (touching/psychometry). Clairvoyance is usually involuntary for the young or inexperienced psychic, but with conscious development and gaining of greater control, this special gift can become voluntary over time. In other words, the experienced clairvoyant can choose to be open to 'seeing' at a particular moment in time, or not.
The psychic ability of clairempathy, often erroneously referred to as 'empathy,' is described by some spiritual seekers and experts as the true or ultimate ‘sixth sense’. Psychics with this gift of extra sensory perception (ESP) have the capacity to act as emotional, and even medical surrogates for others, and can therefore directly experience what others are feeling emotionally, or physically.
However, to be an empath or have an empathic nature is something very different. Empaths are capable of energetically perceiving or sensing the emotions of others through a form of extra-sensory perception known as clairempathy. Empaths are extremely sensitive to emotional and somatic energy. They often also feel a sense of duty to be of service to others, to heal the suffering of mankind and make the world a better and safer place. Empaths are often stunned by the cruelty or callousness of humanity.
Most psychics, clairvoyants, mediums and spiritual teachers make use of the power of meditation on a daily basis, in order to regenerate or maintain their own flow of energy, increase their spiritual awareness, and further strengthen their extra-sensory abilities.
It enables us to clear negative energy attachments, improve our spiritual equilibrium, access our intuition, find answers to personal issues, resolve spiritual questions and enhance our cosmic connection with the Universe or source energy.
To get the best results from your meditations, it is important to choose a suitable meditation technique for your level of development and start from a solid foundation and have the following building blocks in place.
There really is no need for everyone to always agree with our views, or abide by our personal rules, values or morals. We were never meant to be the same, feel the same, think the same, or believe the same. Imagine how different our world would be if we minded our own business and left each other in peace. Social media? Not today, satan.
Our efforts to control others are seldom for their benefit - we actually do it for our own gratification, or our own sense of security. We trust others behaving 'our way' will make us feel better. We expect others to meet our demands and expectations. We try to exert this control so that we can feel satisfied and content with the way things are in our corner of the world. My favorite spiritual teacher, Abraham-Hicks, refers to this as “all that cumbersome impossibility”, which in my opinion is the perfect way to describe it!