So, it’s always been a thing with me – my eyes, especially since I became aware that I am a clairvoyant.
Backstory: About eight years ago, I thought I had a case of pink eye and later found that I had dry eye and blepharitis, both controlled with proper cleansing. My optometrist chuckled when I mentioned I’m a clairvoyant and had concerns.
Do we see with our eyes or brain? I looked it up. When light hits the retina, cells turn the light into electrical signals. The signals travel from the retina through the optic nerve to the brain, which turns the signals into images we see.
A few weeks back I saw that same optometrist and learned that my cataracts were ready to come out. I could do it this year or next year. I decided now would be best. Macular degeneration was evident, but not progressing. My doctor also squashed any concerns I had about seeing Spirit. He said I would see Spirit more clearly.
I had the discussion with a close friend about the degeneration, and we joked that I’d still be able to do my readings since I don’t need my sight for that. It’s true on some level; however, I also see Spirit with my physical eyes, or perhaps the reflection of the light from Spirit, according to the above, which would mean that I would still be seeing it with my brain. Interesting to ponder here.
I had my second cataract removed a few days ago. A friend drove. When I got out of the procedure, I said, ‘Stop.’ I looked at her. My friend was like ‘What?’ I said, ‘I still see Spirit.’ We laughed.
It has always been taught there are two types of clairvoyance – subjective and objective. Subjective is seeing in the mind’s eye and objective is seeing physically – like we see one another in the 3D world. Now, I’m pondering if there is a difference?
Check with me next week. Wait, what is time? Don’t even get me started on the pineal gland.
Incidentally, I do see Spirit more clearly.
Lori Carter is a freelance writer and Spiritualist Medium -- truly a Spiritual Being, and aren't we all.