You study from guides or by way of writing. Many individuals who've clear
knowing locate which they discover effortlessly through the created phrase.

That you are the go-to problem solver on your tribe. If you're the one
particular absolutely everyone comes to that has a trouble, from crosswords to
individual dilemmas to reinventing the wheel, you could possibly be

Shelly  was a student of mine who swore that she had no psychic ability. Yet
when she and I had conversations, I could never get a complete sentence out! She
always knew what I was about to say and she often came up with answers -
seemingly out of the blue - to questions that other students posed during our
class. But she expected psychic ability to show up as visions or graphic
premonitions, instead of the simple sense of knowing that she was experiencing.
Once she knew that this was a gift, she wanted to develop it further.

I had Shelly  work with both a pendulum and automatic writing. These are two
great ways to practice claircognizance.

Pendulum dowsing can be used to give your claircognizance a workout. Shelly 
worked with her pendulum daily to gain answers to questions in her life. Usually
these weren’t epic life questions, but rather small things like, “Will I get a
call from my mother tomorrow?” or “Where will my boyfriend take me to dinner?”
As she was asking the questions, I told her to be aware of the answers popping
into her head before her pendulum answered, and then see if she was right. It
took a little while, but soon Shelly  reported getting answers before her
pendulum…and she was accurate about 80% of the time.

Automatic writing is another great way to access clear knowing. This takes
trust and faith, but if this psychic ability is one of your gifts, you’ll find
it to be amazingly helpful. Take a half hour or so with your journal in a quiet
space where you won’t be disturbed. Ask your higher self a question and just let
your pen start writing. This may feel fake or silly at first - Shelly  certainly
thought so! It’s important that you don’t think about the answer to the
question. Instead, let your mind wander and drop into a meditative state. Your
pen will start to move, and while you may observe the words as they flow through
your mind, but you won’t be creating them. It’s a subtle difference, so try it
and see.

Clients will often ask me, “What’s the difference between having a thought
and claircognizance?” It’s a good question because there is a fine line between
them. Thinking is often busy, loud, judgmental, and ego-based. Our minds often
have repetitive thoughts and are invested in keeping us safe and hidden. Your
wisdom, the voice of your higher self, is quiet, firm, and not always rational
or what you would expect to hear.

Sometimes we only recognize our claircognizance in hindsight. We’ve all said,
“I knew that was going to happen,” or some variation on that theme. Start to
notice in the small details of your life when you know what someone is going to
say, or what the movie ending will be, or when you know you shouldn’t go on that
date. The more you listen, the more you will see your claircognizance in action.

Author's Bio: 

Jackie Williams has worked for as a manager overlooking the talent department for a prominent new age communications company. Later as the internet developed, she diversified her recruitment specialty to server global clients for a internet based spiritual network.
She attained her Master of Arts in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University and her BA from Hunter College.