You see we are all able to naturally understand life, we know to the minutest detail what is happening and why it is happening and yet we blunder around as if we’ve been blind folded and the sad thing is, we have, but it is us that have blind folded ourselves.
What lengths will we go to to ensure our own blindness?
One of the main things that interferes with clairsentience is getting bogged down in emotion: anger, frustration, guilt, and sadness are all prime examples of emotion and all emotions greatly hamper our ability to be clairsentient. Once we allow ourselves to be engulfed in emotion, it’s often impossible to navigate our way out of a situation. It’s important to mention that happiness is an emotion in exactly the same way that anger is.
All emotions are unnatural states of being that prevent us from seeing and feeling life clearly.
I have spent most of my life being what most people would consider as ‘happy’, but the ironic thing is, I was only able to maintain my supposed ‘happiness’ if I exercised excessively and obsessively, over-ate regularly and partied hard every couple of months. All of these things I did in order to bury the constant tension that I had, gnawing away at my body. So what then is the benefit of happiness if a person can be happy whilst at the same time abuse their body? We fall for the allure of happiness because of it’s false promise to lead us out of our current situation but the truth is, happiness leads no where, it is a dead end street. When I look back on my happy times they feel like a steel prison compared to the limitless quality of the joy that I now feel.
Food and drink are classic substances that scupper our clairsentience, in fact they wreak havoc with our clairsentience because they interfere with our ability to feel and clairsentience is dependent on exactly that, our ability to feel. Therefore all food and drink that slows us down or speeds us up are particularly intrusive. Foods that contain a lot of sugar, caffeine or any other stimulant, or foods that cause us to feel heavy or bloated will all hamper our ability to feel and therefore our ability to be clairsentient.
Another less obvious obstacle to clairsentience is exercise. We erroneously believe that ‘keeping fit’ is an undisputed way of looking after our bodies but not so. Yes, exercise carried out in a way that is sensitive to our individual needs can be a wonderful way to care for our bodies but over exercising interferes with the body in many ways. I for one am someone who exercised to such an extent that I greatly compromised my body’s ability to function harmoniously. Not only was I totally unable to comprehend the energetic information that is forever pouring through our bodies, but I was unable to even understand the basic messages that my body was continually sending me. My body bombarded me with urgent warnings that I was heading towards a major crash and yet because I had interfered with my ability to read what was going on, I chose to plough on regardless, straight into the oncoming train that I had been consistently warned about.
An even less obvious block to clairsentience are our ‘beliefs’. All beliefs are impositions. These set doctrines act as barriers to the natural order and flow within us. Claisentience on the other hand allows us the space and the grace to both see and feel what is there to be felt without imposing.
In conclusion I feel that it’s true to say that left to their own devices our bodies would naturally regulate and navigate their way back to true health. This then leads us to ask ourselves the question ‘why is it that we continually get in the way?’