Building focus for Clairsentience The gift of Psychic Feeling
Mediumship requires a highly developed ability to concentrate and focus.
Therefore one of the most important aspects in the development of spirit communication or mediumship is to cultivate of your power of concentration and your ability to focus.
There are a number of ways that you can practice improving your concentration, the simplest of which is to create a mental point of focus, in your mind’s eye (clairvoyance) (or ear (clairaudience), feeling (clairsentinence) or thought (claircognizance) ) upon which you fix all of your attention. Then place all your focus on that point. If you find yourself drifting away from your focal point, bring it back to the image, sound, feeling or thought you have chosen. Keep doing this for 90 seconds to a couple of minutes.
Here is an exercise to help you develop your clairsentient (psychic feeling) focus. It is very easy to do and can be practiced in the quiet of your spirit / meditation space.
And… you don’t need to meditate prior to doing this particular practice exercises. It is actually preferable that you don’t.
This is because this exercise is meant only to help you increase your ability to focus on one thing very quickly, rather than raise your vibration, which is what meditation does. The more you do this focus exercise the easier it will get.
Focus Exercises: Building Focus for Clairsentience:
Take a soft shawl and place it over your shoulders.
Bring all of your awareness to the shawl and how it feels on your shoulders, draping down your body, against the skin on your arms.
This is not about how the shawl looks, but rather about how it feels.
Rub the shawl over the top of your hands and across your cheeks. Take in every detail about the felt experience of the shawl. The texture, the weight, the feeling of warmth, any scratchiness or whatever it is that you experience. Do this for approximately three minutes.
Now take off the shawl.
With your eyes open, soften your focus so that you are not fixating on any particular visual point in your surroundings.
Now re-create the felt experience of the shawl.
With increasing clarity focus on the shawl as it was when you had it draped over your body. Focus on how it felt in great detail, with nothing else going on in your mind, other than the re-creation of the felt experience of the shawl.
Do this for about three minutes.
Continue your practice by switching out the shawl for other things such as:
a wool blanket
a silk scarf, holding
feeling and touching a rose petal
a pine cone
a sea shell
or anything else that has texture to it
something warm like a cup of tea
or cold such as ice cubes
This gives you a few examples.
You could fill a basket with different items and randomly take one out when you practice this exercise.