"When you know the knower within, you don't need to know further" ~ Amit Ray
Claircognizance, derived from French, translates to “clear knowing”. This is where you just know something to be true (or false) but you don’t know how you know or don’t have evidence to prove you’re right in knowing this, there are no supporting facts or logic to back you up.You just know it in your gut.
This can be the more challenging of clairs beause you tend to find there is no evidence or proof backing it up what you know intuitively (until possibly after the event).
You can determine if claircognizance is already playing a role in your life, whether you're conscious of it or not, if:
you often use language linked to knowing eg "If you know what I mean..."
your dream career is a career that leans on trust and belief eg top salesperson
you receive information and insights 'out of the blue'
you've known things that have later turned out to be true
.. and much more!
did you know...
... that each and every one of us is born with intuition?
In essence intuition is our 1st sense, not our 6th sense, as we commonly refer to it, because intuition was part of our very being before we opened our eyes to see, before our tastebuds fully developed, before we could handle objects well enough to fully touch and feel them.
And yet, as adults, most of us have lost our connection with this innate and natural sense, mostly as a result of conditioning and expectations as children.
However, like any weakened muscle, intuition does not simply disappear. It can be ignited (or, more correctly, re-ignited) with understanding, dedication and practice.
If you would like to re-ignite, understand, develop, enhance and strengthen your intuitive gift of clear-hearing, clairaudience, (as well as your other intuitive gifts of clear -seeing, -feeling, -knowing, and even - smelling and -tasting) I have a special invitation for you to join my 2-part course "Ignite Your Intuition", today. Just check out the video below for more information.
"Intuition is a sense of knowing how to act spontaneously, without needing to know why." ~ Sylvia Clare