Normal everyday experiences for some can at times prove overwhelming for clairvoyants. From intermittent visions to disturbing dreams, what may appear initially confusing can be referenced later with the right approach!
I can relate with skeptics trying to disprove non-traditional information but being clairvoyant myself, I empathize more with those on the receiving end of activity. Not only can an encounter initially present confusion, what can be done if anything can become distracting as well.
For myself, one of the more difficult experiences I can recall was an overwhelming sense of dread and fear when it came to flying. I would investigate virtually any other means of travel. Late in 2001 plans were made to visit my parents. Initially I had been scheduled to leave mid October returning Halloween. Two days before the trip a computerized flight alteration bumped the flight a week later resulting in a return flight out of Boston the morning of 9/11/01. I ask why??
During the weeks before, I remember physically feeling a dropping sensation in the stomach area or Solar Plexus. In addition there were flashes, feelings, periodic sweeping of emotions and signs. One of the physical things that caught my eye on 9/10 had been two hand-made signs on Boston/NY airport exits reading, “Fox In The Pen.” It did little in mentioning. The fact, signs were posted off of a highway out east is even less noteworthy. However, it provided reference in the form of affirmations and sequence.
When information is received it presents itself very quickly. It can feel very much like viewing odd scenarios and landscapes without contacts or glasses and blinking periodically. There are, however, things we can do to ease some of the emotional pressure.
Patience, as well as keeping a journal for both waking and sleeping states can be helpful. Where we have reference material in the form of computers and books a clairvoyant needs these tools in waiting for events to unfold.
For those of you who are already experiencing sixth sense capabilities, it is probably no secret those closest to you are mostly affected. Relationships especially can take extra care, as they may at times become inadvertent recipients of what I call "emotional backlash."
As a firm believer of a time and place for everything, each part of the human experience can be embraced. In this, expected or not we take with us entirely and effectively the purpose as a whole allowing the very essence of life to continue.