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Clairvoyance from photographs

I remember when I started psychic development the first photograph I was given to try my clairvoyance skills. I looked blankly into the photograph of a young lady, the picture looked as though it had been taken a long while ago. At a guess, around the 1930s. My head swirling, ‘what am I supposed to do with this?’, ‘How do I get any information?’ After five minutes of panic I started to see pictures in my mind. I was looking at a green front door, the number 40 on it. I found myself almost watching a film, into a park, a pram with huge wheels I could even hear the ducks.

Clairvoyance from photographs is easier than you think. The photograph is used as a point of focus. It is important to allow any preconceptions of the person to melt away. Stay away from the intellect! Allow your curiosity to take you on a journey of the person you are looking at.

From the photos mostly focus on the persons’ character and gain more details from there. What type of person do you imagine them to be? What do you imagine are their likes and dislikes?

Photographs are a tool to enable you to develop clairvoyance skills (similar to tarot cards).

Tips for the best readings from photos

Eyes – the eyes are the window to the soul. Look at them to begin to get a grasp of the persons’ character. The jaw is also a very good link into the character especially to see the light and shadow part of a person.

The above are simply links in. Only use the photos as links, not to describe what the person is like based on their looks.

Stunned at what I could see so clearly in very vivid pictures. I started to offer the lady in front of me the information. She had been partnered with me during a psychic development class. Her eyes wide open with amazement she explained to me I was looking a picture of her as a young girl. She had lived during her childhood at a house with a green front door and 40 was the house number. She told me how her mother had taken her and her younger sister often to the park. She would feed the ducks whilst her mother pushed a pram with her sister in it.

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Heidi Sawyer BA (hons) is known for her clear, concise and direct approach to intuitive and psychic development. Her popular course material is used for TV research, featured on BBC radio, and sold in 55 countries. Heidi is the author of The Intelligent Guide to the Sixth Sense & How to Develop Your 7th Sense (Hay House). She is the course director for The Centre for Psychic Development, the largest Psychic Development provider in the world.