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1) Visualization--seeing events, objects, persons and places in the spiritual realm instead of the physical world.
2) Auditory--hearing voices or thoughts that impart knowledge and information that was otherwise unknown.
3) Kinesthetic--obtaining information through movement or physical sensations.
Within these methods are three classifications: clairvoyance, clairaudience and clairsentience. These classifications are commonly used to describe the different types of psychics and the way they receive their visions.
Clairvoyance refers to the ability to visually see the information. Apparitions appear and pass information to the receiver via images. Some clairvoyants don’t necessarily need a "helper" to pass the information but receive directly from a higher source.
A psychic who is clairaudient hears voices via spirit guides, angels or the higher self of an individual. A clairaudient may hear future or past events.
A clairsentient may channel the emotions of a departed spirit, feel subtle changes in the immediate environment, and translate those feelings into information. They sense the information objectively.
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