Kirsten's holiday picture.

Kirsten’s holiday picture.

When Marc and Kirsten recently holidayed in Hawaii they each sent a picture of the view from their hotel balcony. Kirsten sent the Facebook version with palm trees swaying in a gentle breeze on golden sands, immediately setting the scene of a fabulous holiday in the sun. Surfers floated on flat swell and a catamaran rested at the water’s edge. It was a picture from a holiday brochure.

Marc’s photo was taken directly into the hotel opposite. This image contained hundreds of bland balconies blocking the direct view, stealing any hope of a tranquil vista. It was only when he explained that both images were taken from the same balcony that I had a clue that they were even on the same island.

Marc was exacting in his detail, giving the precise weather, the temperature and having meticulously counted the 186 balconies facing him as he sat with his morning coffee on the balcony. Kirsten’s image was taken facing the side of the balcony and she zoomed in, avoiding the approach to the beach which was lined with tall buildings.

Apart from suggesting that Kirsten was more sanguine in her approach to the holiday, I began thinking about intuitive glimpses of events in a client’s future. If I described the image that Kirsten had noticed from her balcony as a forthcoming holiday, I’m sure most clients might eagerly anticipate the holiday. If I described the scene that Marc had photographed, clients might think that it was a working trip, to a conference or an event.


Marc's holiday picture.

Marc’s holiday picture.

When clairvoyants see images of past or future events they usually begin with quick glimpses. It’s possible to trace back or forwards a few minutes for more specifics, as every detail helps the client to recognise the event when it eventually happens.

When Nicole asked about future opportunities for love relationships I clairvoyantly saw her flirting and laughing with a man at an afternoon gathering. Both had a sandwich in one hand and a glass of wine in the other. When searching for more details, I noticed a large room filled with well-dressed people, some of whom were wearing sunglasses. I saw an elderly woman quietly crying on a settee with a young girl comforting her. An elderly man beside the crying woman sat frozen, clutching his walking stick, staring off into the distance to escape the grief enveloping him. His body was as stiff as his starched white collar, his wrinkled face in contrast with his dark suit. It was a wake. This group of people were gathered together on a sunny afternoon to celebrate the life of someone who had been recently buried. Not one to waste an opportunity, Nicole stood in the background quaffing white wine while flirting with a potential Mr. Right.

After I described the scene to Nicole, she nodded thoughtfully. “Of course! I never thought of a funeral. It’s the perfect chance for love. Everyone is emotional and determined to make the most of every minute of each day lest if should be their last, so they seize the day when opportunities are presented. I’ll be prepared.”

When Sarah asked how she’d know if a partner was right for her long term I described a man giving her a ring with a pale blue stone in it. Tiny white diamonds surrounded the rectangular stone, glinting in the light. I explained that he had purchased the ring for another woman many years before but that their relationship had ended before he had given it to her. Sarah was horrified that she might be given another woman’s ring until I suggested that it was a sign that the man had finally opened his heart to love again.

“There will be other rings given to you by him, including a gold band and an engagement ring but this one is the most important. He thought that he’d never love again, until you arrived and opened his heart to love and to a life he thought had passed him by. If you accept this first ring with grace, you’ll have a partner who’ll be with you for the rest of your life and you won’t regret a day you spend together.”

Glimpsing an image when sitting with a client is often only half of the task for a clairvoyant. The other half involves making sense of what you see. When Marc and Kirsten described their Hawaiian holiday, their perceptions reflected their photos. Marc found the beach too crowded and had to walk several kilometres each day to find a quiet spot whereas Kirsten gushed about the food, sipping cocktails by the azure blue pool beneath a sunshade amid the buzz of fellow travellers. It was difficult to believe that they had shared a room and a holiday, as their perceptions were a stark contrast.

© Copyright 2013 Paul Fenton-Smith