January 1

CLAIRVOYANCE — Discover the Power of the Visual Learner Style to Manifest Goals

Introduction:

In this article, let’s explore the Voyent Manifestor, more commonly recognized as Clairvoyant. It’s an intuitive skill, a learning style, and a manifestation personality style rolled into one. These styles are part of the 25 TEVAS-AVARA Aptitudes, featured in the visionary fantasy novel, Helio Tropez.

Unveiling Your Particular Superpower

The TEVAS-AVARA Aptitudes system serves as a fascinating system to identify both extrasensory and sensory strengths and weaknesses. Comprising Tangent, Ecrivent, Voyent, Audient, and Sentient, this system acts as a toolbox for manifesting one’s reality. Analogous to the Clairs as in Clairvoyance, or learning styles like being a visual learner, TEVAS provides a framework to name, identify, and embrace our latent or manifest abilities. Try the 60-second quiz yourself, available at GoldenAgeTimeline.com, to help you discover your dominant personality style.

Storytelling Illustrations: Ted Lasso and Helio Tropez

To understand the differences between the different manifestation personality types, it helps to explore parallels with stories and characters. Most hit comedy shows tend to put 4–5 vastly different characters together to help create the comedy. For example, the TV show Ted Lasso pits five entirely different characters together as part of a UK football team. There’s Roy who’s a typical Tangent, a strong athlete, intense physical presence, very grounded, sometimes an aggressive nature. Coach Beard is more of an Ecrivent. He’s quiet, thoughtful, insightful and a bit eccentric. Keeley is more the Voyent as the social media expert. She is always dressed to the nines in unique outfits, and displays high aesthetics intelligence. Rebecca is more like the Audient. She is fiery, passionate, and an amazing singer. Finally Ted Lasso, the main character, is more the Sentient manifestor, very emotionally sensitive, caring, and supportive of others.

The Voyent Manifestor: A Focus on the Visual Aptitude

In the previous articles, we delved into the Tangent and Ecrivent manifestor styles. Now, the spotlight is on the Voyent manifestor or aptitude. Much like the Clairs as in Clairvoyance or learning styles as in being a Visual Learner, these manifestor styles are tools to navigate the realms of imagination and intention.

Recognizing a Voyent: Activities, Words, and Greetings

Identifying a Voyent involves observing certain traits. They are often neatly dressed in matching colors. They engage in activities like watching movies, observing visual details, or drawing pictures, doodling or making diagrams. Their vocabulary includes phrases such as “I see…” or “I can picture that.” Unlike the physical greeting of a Tangent, or the head nod with scant eye contact of the Ecrivent, a Voyent greeting is likely a formal handshake with direct eye contact.

Best Learning Style for a Voyent

The most effective way for a Voyent to learn is by visuals, such as seeing images, symbols and diagrams in a slide show, or watching videos. Instead of standard note taking they might create a figure, mind map or use symbols. They prefer examples with visuals they can picture in their own minds. These learners excel in environments where information is presented through slideshows, videos, or illustrations. They often benefit from color-coded notes as the visual organization enhances their understanding. Visual learners tend to have a keen sense of observation, often recalling details from images or scenes that others miss. Whether watching a demonstration or studying infographics, these individuals harness the power of sight to grasp concepts and retain knowledge with remarkable precision.

The Sensory Perceptions of a Voyent

In the realm of regular sensory perception, Voyents exhibit high aesthetic intelligence, vivid imagination, good facial recognition, and like to surround themselves in visually pleasing environments. They have a good sense of direction if they have visually studied a map before traveling. If they only hear directions, it’s not so easy. Spelling is a breeze for them because they can picture the words in their head. On the other hand, an extreme Voyent who is not balanced in the other styles may come across as perfectionistic and have a lack of empathy for themselves and others when mistakes are made.

Extrasensory Perception for Voyents

They usually have active dream lives, full of vivid visuals, including the ability to do lucid dreaming where they can direct the dream consciously. They might have a photographic memory. Unlike a clairaudient who can hear sounds beyond regular perception, or a clairtangent who can touch an object to gain insight — a clairvoyant would perceive images, symbols, or visions. This allows them to glimpse past, present, or future occurrences that might prove useful. Embraced in various cultures throughout history, clairvoyants are revered, and people employ their services for personal and professional reasons

Manifestation Techniques for Voyents

For Voyents, try manifesting using visuals in your imagination versus sounds or feelings. Visualize your end goal as already happening, see yourself there in all the visual details. Create images, whether through drawing internet images you collect, or cutting out magazine photos. If a trip to Hawaii is the goal, picturing sunsets, palm trees, and the ocean aids in materializing the desire.

Professions Aligned with the Voyent Aptitude

Professions suited for Voyents involve visual creativity, such as painting, graphic design, photography, and cinematography. Their attention to detail and visual patternmake them excel inke fashion, architecture, biochemistry, and air traffic control.

Using a Voyent Manifestation Style Correctly

Understanding whether your manifestor style is Tangent, Ecrivent, Voyent, Audient, or Sentient empowers you to constructively use your natural inclinations. I had a Voyent coaching client, and she was listening to affirmations, which can be helpful if you’re an Audient, but for her it was better to create a mindmap with colors showing the steps towards her goal. I had another Voyent client who was a fitness instructor, which would be a great profession for a Tangent manifestor, but for her it wasn’t the right fit. When she switched to Graphic Facilitator, she was far more fulfilled. Graphic facilitators often work at conferences and meetings to visually capture what’s happened.

Managing Your Clairvoyant Powers

Individuals with the ability to gain information through extrasensory vision, encounter various challenges in constructively using their powers:

1. Interpreting Symbolic Imagery: Clairvoyants often receive information in symbolic or metaphorical images, making interpretation complex and subjective. Deciphering the true meaning requires skill and experience.

2. Emotional Impact: Witnessing future events or hidden truths can be emotionally taxing, causing stress or anxiety. Clairvoyants may struggle to separate their own emotions from the feelings of guilt, fear, or confusion associated with their visions.

3. Temporal Disorientation: Seeing glimpses of the past, present, and future may lead to confusion about the timing and sequencing of events, making it challenging to provide precise and accurate information.

4. Skepticism and Validation: Due to the abstract nature of their abilities, clairvoyants may face skepticism from others and within themselves, and a lack of validation as a result.

5. Overwhelm from Information: Constant exposure to extrasensory visions may overwhelm clairvoyants, especially when trying to navigate daily life. Filtering out irrelevant or intrusive visions can be a struggle.

6. Ethical Dilemmas: Knowing sensitive or personal information about others may pose ethical challenges for clairvoyants, requiring them to navigate the fine line between privacy and the desire to help.

7. Integration into Reality: Balancing the mystical with the practical can be difficult. Clairvoyants may find it challenging to integrate their abilities into a world that often prioritizes rationality and scientific understanding.

8. Isolation: Feeling different or isolated is common among clairvoyants, as their experiences may set them apart from others who lack such extrasensory perceptions.

To address these issues, clairvoyants often benefit from coaching, mentorship, training, and practices that help them ground and control their abilities, fostering a constructive and responsible use of their extrasensory powers.

For example, I had a client who could sometimes ‘see’ events before they happened. The first time it happened was years ago when her fiancé invited her to move to a foreign country with him. On paper it looked like a fantastic opportunity, but a recurring dream warned her not to go. She went with him because she was afraid of losing the relationship. Later, she wished she’d never gone. Now, she pays attention to these kinds of dreams and gets help to use her powers wisely. For example, she works with coaches, mentors and colleagues who understand her gifts, and who can give her a method for interpreting her visions and making appropriate decisions.

Another client I had who owned a business received a referral to a new client. The optics on the company didn’t look good, but a vision told her to proceed. She almost declined until we talked it through. Indeed, it led her business in a new and exciting direction. This helped her gain confidence in her intuition and act on her visions even when they seem illogical.

Sometimes, however, the source of these visions is something nefarious. I had another client whose business partner could implant visions in others. In one case, it was the idea of expanding the offshore. Something about it didn’t feel right. It was similar to other visions he’d had, but different. I helped him identify the difference between a vision from his higher self, and an implanted one with a dark agenda. It saved him from making a big mistake both in the short term and the long term. He sold his share of the business and went in a new direction with more trustworthy people.

Summary

In conclusion, understanding and embracing your Voyent manifestor style can empower you to navigate the intricate tapestry of senses, imagination, and intention. To explore these manifestation personality styles further, TAKE THE TEVAS 60-SECOND QUIZ. As a gift you for trying it you can download The TEVAS Aptitudes eBook here: https://goldenagetimeline.com/

 


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