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The pictures that a Clairvoyant sees with their third eye are often a mix of images that are in no particular order and therefore not easily described in a straightforward way. The images appear more like a jigsaw and could be abstract images therefore they will need to explain, so that they can illustrate a clear Psychic message for you. The images may be given to them through natural intuition, from their spirit guides or from a loved one in spirit that could be related to you. If a loved one wants to communicate with you from the other side, they will often give the Clairvoyant images of what you need to know, and perhaps even show them an image of themselves, so that you know who they are. When a Clairvoyant is giving a reading, images and pictures can appear out of the blue throughout the session into their mind’s eye, usually because their spirt guides feel there is an important message.
Just keep in mind that an inaccurate reading can happen from time to time, even for the best psychics. If for some reason your advisor is having a bad day or you’re just not connecting in the way you want, politely end the session and contact customer service and ask for a credit to your account. Most networks will offer to refund your account if you’re not happy, and you can try again with another reader.
Science and mathematics on the one hand and mystical-esoteric phenomena on the other form great opposites. This also applies to the free fortune-telling with runes and of course also for the experiment of the clairvoyant shown here. The following is true: Not everything that can not be scientifically and mathematically explained is supernatural. However, scientific-mathematical approaches often explain such phenomena only to a limited extent.