Far too many questions, and in fact, accusations are placed on the word ‘clairvoyance’. Clairvoyance has been around for thousands of years. In the very beginning of time, clairvoyants were burnt at the stake for using their gifts. And their gifts were used for medicinal purposes – well, most of the good ‘witches’. The word Clairvoyant, meaning and taken from Wikipedia is:
The term clairvoyance (from French clair meaning "clear" and voyance meaning "vision") is used to refer to the ability to gain information about an object, person, location or physical event through means other than the known human senses, i.e., a form of extra-sensory perception. A person said to have the ability of clairvoyance is referred to as a clairvoyant ("one who sees clearly").
So, already here we read that neither the words 'evil' or 'good' are used in the sentence describing the word, "clairvoyant".
Majority health practitioners and doctors use their intuition or inner guidance and science to determine what is wrong with their patients, and with the help of the patient’s symptoms too. Is this form of intuition not also a form of clairvoyance?
The good old saying "when we don’t understand, we automatically call bad"- My Pranic guru, Master Choa Kok Sui, says and is printed in various books, written by this good man: ‘Accept something only when you have validated it for yourself’.
So where does religion fit into this equation? Let’s take a few thousand steps back into time and have a look at how this whole religious thing started. Way back in time when the Church of England was formed (we could be going back as far and even before, Henry II and John of England), churches ruled the communities through money, power and statuses. If the hierarchy in the church did not favour something, automatically the idea or practise was abolished, and ruled treason! When earth people practised their wiccan / paganism arts, this was a form of witchcraft and immediately these people practising were burnt at the stake. A fine example of one of its own ,was Joan of Arc. Really, her visions were a form of clairvoyance.
So in time this form of behaviour is still unsavoury to some church leaders and still called witchcraft. Would the world not become a better place if everyone came to an agreement with healing? Why is it okay for a medical person to misdiagnose (considering that most of their findings are scientific) and if an alternative healer misdiagnoses, it becomes a scandal?
Every prophet ever birthed was a clairvoyant and did the work according to their inner guidance and the guidance of God. Jesus healed the sick and brought back the near dying people. Is this form of healing not called miracles, are miracles not projected from powerful vibrations created by the doer? If Jesus healed using his clairvoyance, what makes laypeople any different from using the same techniques?
Back to my original discussion: Clairvoyance and Religion.
As a professional alternative healer (and even here I can’t take the credit as I am only a conduit for His divine energy), I am guided by God and assisted by the angelic kingdom to bring about the positive healing to my patients. I practise spiritual guidance through tarot, angel cards, numerology, and direct the positive message to my client. I work with knowing and inner guidance that if what I say is not correct and unsuitable to my client, I will not say it. Fear is a seed we can plant in someone’s mind. My readings are a form of guidance, counselling and healing to my clients. If what I see can change the course of someone’s life to become a better person for them, I work with the knowledge and messages given to me to assist the person in their personal growth. We cannot predict what is about to happen, however we can assist in changing situations from bad to good!
Readings are not bad unless the person giving the reading has ill intentions. Choose your reader carefully and someone that has a good reputation amongst friends and people in general.
May the angels be with you!
‘Vision and power of healing is a inter-cal part of all religions. Today, as in the past and as far as the San-scripts, the oldest traces of religion, more than 9000 years old, visions and healing has been part of all types of religions and sect's like Christianity. Whether we call vision & healing by a 1000 different names or definitions it is still the same thing. Like God is God, it does not matter if we developed 1000 names to call Him God, He is still God.
Humans, it is a proven fact that will constantly alter, modify, simplify, change, degrade, reinvent, rename and many other forms, facts that is part of a belief system to suit their individual / group's requirements. Humans have done it with the Bible, more than 2700 times by 43 authors, in different countries through different cultures and over and over in the past. The latest and some very old Bibles describe in detail many, many times how Vision & Healing was an accepted part of their belief and their relationship and trust with God.
There has, as in those early times as is the case now, always been and always will be scepticism or non-believers, they too are part of our life's journey. Jesus did not want us that we force / burn them / execute them or lock them up, He asks us to teach and show them the power of God through our talents.’ Reverend Daniel Brits MBC - (SA) Dip CHT - (SA) DSS - (SA) The African Church of Truth (T.A.C.O.T.S.A.) (Non-Denominational) - Western Cape - South Africa
‘I find it incredible that the Church expects the world to accept that their appointed leaders are receiving communications from "God/Spirit" & yet for those who are also receiving these communications, but not wearing the attire/uniform of the Church, it's dismissed & sometimes classed as evil.
And again with healings, when it’s with the church then it's a miracle & proof of faith, but with holistic healers it's normally classed as a coincidence.’ Vanessa Barns. Professional Clairvoyant and Reiki Master Healer - USA
Love and Blessings always