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Early Signs of Clairvoyance



Children who are naturally clairvoyant (able to see past, future and present events) often display a few common personality traits, however, each child is unique and will have different ways of coping with, as well as understanding this natural psychic ability. Here are a few common early signs of clairvoyance.

Spacing Out

Clairvoyance, in its undeveloped state, may bring visions that suddenly take one away from the “presence” of his/her current environment. During visions that come while the child is awake, the child’s facial expressions may change to suddenly show emotion that is out of place. The child’s eyes may become wider, or more alert in appearance, or they may suddenly close and remain closed for a few moments. He/She may not notice you at all when you are trying to avert his/her attention. They may or may not display emotion associated with the visions they see, depending on what it is they are actually seeing, and how it affects them emotionally. Other gifts the child may have in addition to natural clairvoyance can greatly affect how he/she reacts as well as copes.

Vivid Dreams/Nightmares

For many children, clairvoyance in its natural state seeps through in dreams. Vivid dreams may display moving pictures much like a “movie scene” during sleep hours. If the child is also an empath, he/she may also feel the emotions and/or pain associated with the images or scenes in their dreams. If their dreams are of a negative nature, they may be fearful of sleep. They may seem to have a hard time going to sleep, or will fight against going to bed, staying awake until they simply cannot any longer.

Precognitive Dreams/Visions
The child has dreams or visions of events which he/she describes in great detail, and they happen. If not described in detail, they may “panic” about needing certain items, etc., which make no sense, until the event happens.

Describing Places/Objects/People

If the child is describing places he/she has never been in great detail, or even things or situations they should have never come in contact with, these are huge signs of natural clairvoyance.

You may also find the child describing people dressed in clothing from a different era, or talking about things that have already ceased to exist or do not yet exist.

An Imaginary Friend that Seems Very Real

Though we often find imaginary friends more associated with the gift of mediumship, for children who are clairvoyant, there is often a very special relationship with a spirit guide. They need a great deal of support in the early years, and for this reason, they often see and interact with their guide(s). Some may even feel these things they see come from their guide, although they may not realize this entity is their guide.

While these are certainly not the only early signs of clairvoyance, these are a few that usually speak the loudest.

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Psychic Children – Imaginary Friends?

This is a subject near and dear to my heart, as I was once a psychic child. Being a psychic child, can at times, bring frightening experiences. If you suspect, or find that you are raising a psychic child, you have great deal of influence as to whether having psychic abilities is a positive or a negative experience. Being psychic is not something a child can ignore, as it is a part of who they are, just as any other aspect of their personality is.

As children, we are naturally more open, and more inquisitive minded. For this reason, psychic experiences of some sort are fairly common among children. However, the difference lies in how often psychic events seem to take place in the child’s life. If occurrences have become a part of daily life, in various different forms, then without a doubt, you are raising a psychic child.

Some early signs of psychic ability in children may seem like common childhood experiences, and some may seem out of the ordinary, causing a deeper look at things. These are a few things that may help you determine if you have a psychic child in your care by the nature of his/her imaginary friends.

Imaginary Friends or Psychic Ability?

While most doctors and psychologists agree, children having imaginary playmates is common and even displays a healthy imagination, and while children who are psychic can also have a very vivid imagination, there is quite a difference between a child without a playmate who has imagined one for himself or herself, and the child who is actually interacting with someone only they see and hear.

Psychic abilities can show up in many different ways in children, as there are various different psychic abilities. In the case with imaginary friends, or someone actually being there with your child, you are dealing primarily with medium abilities, but you may also be seeing evidence of clairvoyant, clairaudient, claircognizant, clairsentient, precognitive, empathic, or other abilities. The gift of mediumship most often seems to co-exist with other combinations of gifts.

As for who your child might be communicating with, if you do suspect it is no ordinary imaginary friend, often the spirit may be the child’s guide, or a loved one from the other side, (whether known in life or not) however, the spirit could also be a ghost. If you have a child who is frequently talking to or about many different “people” who are not in your child’s life, truly, the source(s) could be one or all of these.

Signs of Spirit Rather Than Imagination

If any combination of these signs are present, you may be seeing evidence of psychic abilities in a child rather than a vivid imagination.

When asked for a description of the imaginary friend, the child consistently conveys the same description, as if describing someone he/she knows rather than making them up in the moment. These details may change day to day when describing the same friend if it is merely an imaginary friend, however, these details are more consistent when they are actually interacting with some form of spirit they see, as they may not think them to be any different than anyone else in some cases.

The child often gives details of their imaginary friend’s life that are consistent such as information about parents, or things they like or dislike.

The child repeats things their imaginary friend tells them, that you know couldn’t have come from the child’s imagination, or doesn’t seem like normal childlike imagination. (In this case, you may be dealing with a child who is communicating with ghosts.)

The child talks about colors or a glow around their imaginary friend, or talks about the friend looking different.

The child has several imaginary friends and not just one. The child may also note differences in different friends, through indications of how they “feel” or look. They may also express fear of certain “friends” for various reasons related to how they “feel” or look.

The child may spend long periods of time seemingly alone, playing with imaginary friends, and be completely content.

If attached to one particular imaginary friend, the child may become very upset if he/she feels their friend was left behind somewhere. (This one, I have actually seen in both cases where it is actually the imagination, and cases where it is the gift of mediumship, but more often when it is mediumship. However, one notable difference is, in some instances, at some point the child is calmed as they are seemingly rejoined, and in the other, you may find yourself going back to appease a child’s temper tantrum)

The child talks of facts that can be traced to be true about a time in history when they were not living, or other such facts that can be researched to be true, as told to them by his/her imaginary friend.

When asked to describe what their imaginary friend is wearing today, they describe clothing from a different culture or era.

The child is afraid of the dark, and often talks of seeing people in the dark, and may insist on leaving the light on while they sleep or having someone stay in the room with he/she until asleep.

The child does not describe the imaginary friend as a child, but rather, as an adult.

These are only a few in a very long list of signs that your child may be communicating with some form of spirit rather than having a vivid friend they have created from his/her imagination. If you suspect you are nurturing a psychic child, you may not always understand what is going on with your child, unless you, too, have these abilities, but regardless it is very important that you child feels comfortable in openly communicating about their experiences. It is also important that you help your child see these abilities as a gift and learn to see the gift(s) in a positive light.

If the child does not feel safe in talking openly about experiences, they may withdraw, and struggle in looking for other ways of coping. They may also become depressed, or wonder if they are crazy, among other harmful experiences. In the case of psychic children, rejecting the gifts is like rejecting the child, as these gifts are a big part of who they are. By listening and trying to support even though you may not understand, you are accepting rather than rejecting, and creating a positive safe haven for your child, rather than leaving he/she alone with negative feelings. Positive support, as with all other experiences and situations when nurturing a child, is key in helping your child grow in a positive direction.

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