How Clairvoyance Works


I cringe when people call me a Psychic, because I’m totally NOT. I’m someone who learned HOW TO BE PSYCHIC, and there’s a difference!

I learned how to do readings and healings by following a very specific method of training, involving meditation and working with visualizing and understanding mental pictures.

Clairvoyance is not some out-there concept, though I must admit it does sound pretty Victorian and old-timey. It’s basically allowing energy to appear as an image or images in your mind’s eye, and then taking those images and allowing them to show you an answer to whatever question you’re posing.

When you read a fictional book and imagine what the characters and scenes look like, you’re using the same mental faculties you’d use when you’re being clairvoyant.

In fact, it’s so ridiculously simple I can boil it down to three basic steps:

1. Quiet your mind to the point where you get into trance mode

2. Ask yourself a question, and then…

3. Allow images to come into your mind’s eye and just take note of what they look and feel like.

It is as basic as that. Now, because we’re not always used to using our brain this way, a lot of clairvoyant training programs teach you to first just see a color or colors, and then direct that into a viewing receptacle such as a rose or a bubble. Then, that rose or bubble takes on a life of it’s own, giving you clues that help to answer whatever question you’ve posed.

It just takes practice.

If you’re interested in learning how to use your own innate clairvoyance in your everyday life, or to do readings and healings on a professional level, I offer a one-on-one training program that can help you master your clairvoyance. I work with you for 8 weeks and guide you through doing readings on others and working with the information you receive.

My teacher, Debra Lynne Katz, has an International School of Clairvoyance that runs long distance group training programs year round. She’s an excellent teacher and I love her energy.

I also love the Psychic Horizons Center in Boulder, Colorado – they are amazing. And I’ve recently been reading about the Clairvoyant Center of Hawaii, which looks wonderful.

There are a lot of good resources out there, you just have to find the one that fits best for you!

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  • Anonymous   

    Hi Krishanti,
    Great blog post. Just wondering though–if someone's dominant clair is not clairvoyance what should someone do then? What if someone is actually really naturally clairaudient but your program focuses on clairvoyance?

  • Krishanti   

    Hi! Thanks for your comment. If someone is not naturally clairvoyant, they're probably clairsentient – they feel things – or clairaudient – they hear things – or in a combination of both, they just "know" things, which is what is commonly referred to as "instant knowing." All of those things can be worked with in different ways, it's just a matter of getting used to how it comes through and how you deliver the information. I wrote a blog post on clairaudience with some basic tips, its right here: Thanks again and take care!

  • Anonymous   

    Hi Krishanti, thanks for your response. If someone has a natural clair other than clairvoyance but your program is focused solely on clairvoyance does that present an issue?

  • Krishanti   

    Hi Anonymous, no problem. Several of my previous students have been predominately clairaudient, so I catered the program to focus specifically on helping them to develop, work with, and trust that method of gathering information. I wish clairaudience had come easier for me, I had to work really hard at developing it! 🙂 Although the umbrella term for the program is "clairvoyance," it covers all the clairs, as most people use a few of them in conjunction with each other, and we focus more on each individual's strong suit when it comes to their innate psychic and intuitive abilities. If you would like to discuss the program in more detail, please feel free to shoot me an email. Thanks!