Clairvoyance-Predicting The Future

Is it possible to see what is unknown to others? Can you look into the past and see the future? Is it possible to be a clairvoyant? In order to understand the complex phenomenon of clairvoyance it is essential to clarify the meaning of this word, so misused today. To most people clairvoyance is the ability to visualise facts or events which will occur in our life in a more or less distant future.

The clairvoyant (they can be male or female, but we shall use the masculine for easier reading) predicts the future. In this case, seeing is foreseeing. If you see a clairvoyant at work you will notice that to support his predictions, he often begins by revealing situations or circumstances relating to the past, or refers to people who were close to the subject and who, whether alive or no longer living, remain close to the person.

The clairvoyant is not satisfied with only predicting or foreseeing, but he carries out a kind of exploration of our memory, from which he seems to draw intimate images of our past life, which are unknown to him. In this case, what you are observing is commonly called ‘recognition’, that is to say, the knowledge of the past. The clairvoyant will then begin to use their powers to see and foresee future events connected to the subject. This is called ‘foreknowledge’ or ‘precognition’ (from the Latin, prae, which means in advance, and cognoscere, to know). How is this phenomenon possible?

The Phenomenon of Clairvoyance

As strange as it may seem, considering the number of practising clairvoyants throughout the world, and considering the numerous investigations carried out by scientists today, the psychic process of clairvoyance has never been seriously studied. It is a principle which has been relegated to the past and linked to superstition and ignorance. And yet, clairvoyance exists and has always existed.

This phenomenon can be connected to the research on the unconscious, of which clairvoyance is perhaps one of the products. It was Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, who demonstrated that, in the unconscious, time did not exist. Or to be more precise, that in this dark zone of our personality, the past and the present could merge and emerge at any time. His analysis rests upon a series of associations of ideas which can allow us to bring back into our ‘state of reality’, or consciousness, not only facts, events, and situations, but also feelings and emotions from our past.

Indeed, according to the principle set out by Freudian psychoanalysis, the unconscious is that part of the mind inaccessible to the conscious mind, made up of repressed experiences, which elude the conscious mind. Later on, Carl Gustav Jung, a disciple and collaborator of Freud – whose research was not approved by the father of psychoanalysis – showed for his part that, in the unconscious, not only the past and the present, but also the future were interdependent, combining and mingling with each other until they could sometimes offer answers or intuitive solutions to our unresolved problems.

Following years of research and thorough studies of the language of myths and symbols, Jung revealed that he believed that intuition was nothing more than the product of the unconscious memory of the subject, and that it reveals itself just before or during sleep.

From this, we can conclude that all our experiences are inscribed in our unconscious memory, but also that certain forthcoming events are, shall we say, already lying dormant in ourselves. As a result, it should be possible for some people, who have more acute extrasensory perception and psychic means, to visualise these objects inscribed in our memory, and to do so without our knowledge, since we are not aware of them.

However, this phenomenon remains extremely rare and very few people can master it. Yes, clairvoyance exists, but what purpose does it serve, or more exactly, how do we use it? Would it not be more useful to learn how to discover and exploit our intuitive unconscious memory in order to develop a better awareness of our true motivations and of events to come?

Why Is This Phenomenon Not Very Common?

It does not follow that because one has the psychic ability to see beyond the range of normal sight, one can use it systematically, and at any time.The intuitive unconscious memory does not respond to command. Indeed, in ancient times, there was a distinction between intuitive or spontaneous divination and inductive or reasoned divination.

The former was the attribute of prophets or visionaries, the latter, which was far more common, came from the interpretation of messages and symbols, or from the oracles – the use of divinatory practices. It is important to stress that the intuitive unconscious memory reveals itself through the language of myths and symbols.

Not only is this language rich and complex, but interferences from the past experience of the individual concerned can also add an unconscious personal interpretation of the signs and symbols, the exact significance of which often escapes the clairvoyant. From then on, it is easy to understand that the ability to see must be matched by the ability to interpret the vision.

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