I now have a deeper understanding of clairsentience through having studied the Morris Pratt. I now understand clairsentience to be that “sixth sense:” like a projection of my sense of perception, enhancing my intuition. I now know what to call those few alarming experiences that did press me to change my course of action or, out of the blue, to make a phone call that would have otherwise never happen: intuition enhanced by clairsentience.
The saddest example of a clairsentient experience I have ever had, could have been mediumistic and didn’t appear to be coupled with the intuition. I didn’t know what was happening to me. I was home with the family one evening. My son had his best friend over and we were waiting for his mom to arrive in order to take him home. It was a normal situation and then for no apparent reason, I got upset! Angry! I went through a range of emotions that seemed to be completely out of place for our relaxed evening at home. My husband shouted, “what’s wrong with you!” I didn’t know…. He was watching the Olympics. I tried to settle down because I was behaving like something was wrong with me. I looked over my husband’s shoulder at the news broadcast. They were showing a clip of Shawn White as a child, the snowboarder/skateboarder athlete, getting plowed into by a larger skateboarder…. Repeatedly. You know how news broadcasts are. Then I got sad.
Eventually, the mother did return to pick up her son. It was horrible. Her husband left that morning to go on a long bike ride; he was a cyclist. He didn’t check in with her like he was suppose to. We didn’t know but she had spent the entire day looking for him. Eventually she discovered that he had been hit by a car while cycling up a narrow pass. He died earlier that day. That event changed many of our lives instantly and this man will forever be missed and held in high regard.