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Learning to See (Eyes Closed)

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Most of us don’t bother to check out what we’re seeing when we close our eyes because we think it’s just going to be a bunch of static or we think that whatever appears doesn’t matter.

That’s what I used to think until I started looking at what popped up when I closed my eyes. It definitely wasn’t static and it did matter.

There were images, and they had meaning, and if I paid attention to them, they actually gave me useful information, information that I couldn’t get with my eyes open.

I’m not the first to find treasure behind closed eyes. The Ancient Greeks in their wisdom created a blind prophet named Tiresias who was famous for clairvoyance, (which literally means clear seeing and is defined as being able to see things that are hidden to the eye).

Tiresias’ blindness goes to the point that when you look with closed eyes (and Tiresias’ eyes were permanently closed), you get the deepest truths. In first century play Oedipus Rex, Tiresias knew the truth when everyone else, including our hero, Oedipus, was clueless.

Fast forward 2,000 years, and modern science also has an interesting take on inner seeing. Contrary to what most people think about clairvoyance, science is discovering that seeing with inner eyes is not just some kind of magical thinking, but may actually be a process we are already using but just not aware of.

For example, in a clever experiment, a Dutch neuroscientist named Beatrice de Gelder plotted brain activity of people who had one blind eye. She blocked their good eye and discovered they could see people’s facial expressions with their blind eye. Yes, you got that correctly, deGelder’s experiment showed that people were accurately sensing people’s facial expressions with their blind eye, although I should point out that they weren’t aware of it.

Equally interesting was what was going on in the brain when this inner seeing was happening. De Gelder found that some of the brain activity was actually in the brain’s visual cortex, the same place images we see with our good eyes are processed.

This discovery puts clairvoyance in a new light. Instead of hocus-pocus, clairvoyance may simply be an expanded awareness of a process that we already use.

De Gelder’s study is just one of hundreds focusing on clairvoyance. Daryl Bem, who the New York Times described as one of the most respected social psychologists of his generation, published a ten year study  showing that ordinary people are not only telepathic but able to sense the future. Naturally the study was panned by the mainstream press because there’s a long-standing taboo in mainstream reporting on anything related to extrasensory perception.

But, as science is beginning to show, this capacity is not supernatural. It’s biology.

I discovered clairvoyance for myself years ago when I first began practicing meditation. I was sitting eyes closed in a meditation class when I suddenly got a vision of a 12 week old fetus floating in one of the student’s wombs. “Wow!” I said, without thinking, “I see you’ve got a baby in there!” It was true and although shocked, she admitted it. But she’d been keeping it a secret. I’ve since learned to keep my visions to myself unless asked.

After that first inner vision, I was hooked.


At the time, I was graduating from the Harvard School of Public Health. I had been a prime candidate for an illustrious public health career. But I threw it all away to get really good at seeing profound visions of people’s lives. And to use this ability to help people see inside themselves. And to be able to predict climate change better than the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

I wanted to expand the visual capacity of my brain, and I wanted to understand how it was possible that humans could do this. I also wanted to teach others about it.

So I did, and I have.

The hundreds of accurate predictions on my website all came from inner visioning. The insights I get on clients’ lives when I give private readings also come when my eyes are closed.

In the right hands, it’s a worthy profession.

[Note: Coming up shortly:  Part II of this article: Six Ways You Can improve your inner seeing.]

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Best Tarot Spread: Celtic Cross

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The Celtic Cross is the most commonly used spread in the Tarot world. I begin every reading with it because it gives me an overview of the client — their strengths, their struggles, where they are coming from, where they are headed, their main challenge of the moment, and how it will resolve– all in one spread!

Most people throw just ten cards for this spread, but when I first learned it 35 years ago, I was taught to throw eleven cards. The extra card is number 2 – sometimes called the personality card, but also known as something more outward about that the person, as opposed to the first card, the soul card, which is something inward about the person at the time of the reading.   Life is always vacillating  between two extremes – the yin and yang, the high tide and low tide. It’s simply the way energy oscillates as it flows forward. And it’s the way the psyche oscillates at we flow forward, in a spirallic flow that is both circular and forward in motion. So I prefer having two central cards (soul and personality) rather than one to more accurately gage the person’s process.

When reading the Celtic Cross, I begin by doing something that I recommend you do when reading every spread, and also even when reading a single card — allow your eyes to settle on the images that jump out at you, rather than trying to read each card in a specific order.   In this way, you are allowing your eyes to guide you, rather than some kind of logical or rational rule. Your senses, including your eyes, are your intuitive antennae to the world of energy, so allow them to guide you.

Here’s a guide to the spread:

  1. The central feeling or state of mind, also called the soul card.
  2. Another state of mind that contrasts to the central state. You could think of this as the outer you, versus #1, which is a deeper more inner you. You may vacillate between these two extremes.
  3. Your challenge at this time– something you must confront if you are to move forward in your growth.
  4. Something that is foundational for you, often a childhood situation that continues to effect you, especially in your present situation.
  5. The past, or something that is pertinent to your situation that you are growing away from.
  6. Something that graces you in your situation, often one of your strengths.
  7. Near future. What to expect next.
  8. Something else about you in this situation that it is helpful to understand.
  9. Your environment – could be the work or home environment, often describing whether you are supported or stressed by it.
  10. Hopes, dreams and/or fears.
  11. Outcome – how this situation resolves for you. If you don’t like the outcome, you can always throw more cards to see what happens after that, until you see it resolve.  I often throw more cards so I can give the person some hope about how it will eventually turn out.

For more on this spread and how to read it best, stay tuned for a continuation of this post in upcoming weeks.  I welcome your questions and comments to help me understand what people want to know.

8 thoughts on “

  1. I have read peer-reviewed climate science for 25 years. In the late 1980s and then in the 1990s, scientists projected climate change effects to start slowly and grow serious later this century. However, by 2005, they began to say (because of the inertia in the climate system and our failure to reduce emissions) we could not avoid “dangerous” interference with the climate but we must try to avoid “catastrophic” consequences. In the past few years, there is growing alarm that various earth systems (oceans, arctic and glacial ice, soils, forests) that are affected by warming temperatures, have responded much quicker than expected so that there have been some unexpected positive feedback loops, or accelerations in warming that are speeding up the process. Go to Real Climate, Goodard Institute for Space Studies (a division of NASA) and/or Columbia Climate Center at Columbia University for bona fide, excellent scientific sources. Unfortunately Jeanne, your visions seem quite plausible.

  2. Karen, thanks for your thoughtful and informative response. I have read the latest report by James Hansen and will read the reports you mention here.

  3. Paul, thanks, it’s a good article that summarizes James Hansen’s study. I think Hansen is an intuitive scientist who uses his intuition to find answers in science. That’s the best kind of scientist.

  4. Thank you for you posting your visions and predictions its very helpful for us that are sensitive and have feelings of the same. Please keep posting. You are so gifted,

  5. Mary, what a generous thing to say. Thank-you, your remarks spur me on to post more!

  6. Hi Jeanne I wish I had your gift. I try to close my eyes and I see nothing. Maybe it’s because I don’t want to see some things but I have been intuitive in the past and believe everybody is. I just don’t know how it works. But, I have read your website page since Nov and I believe you guys have been mostly right on things. But I hope your wrong about climate change and the economy getting bad in the future.

  7. Thanks for your comment, Tim. I don’t think the future will be as awful as some of our visions would lead us to believe even though many of them come true. You may notice from tracking the visions that come true that they often turn out to be something that the media has brought into our living rooms and made us feel like it’s happening to us directly when it is not. The result is that we experience these events more in our imaginations than in our everyday lives. Even when the world actually does deteriorate as predicted, like, for example, the high levels of job stress people experience today over the way it was thirty years ago, by the time it unfolds, we’ve become accustomed to it, like the frog who sits in increasingly hot water until it is boiling. (Opps, that was a pretty negative image). But my point is that we get accustomed to the changes that happen in our world. They don’t come all at once in an Armageddon way. I am concerned about rapid climate change, however, and, like you, I hope and pray it never happens. But the science indicates it probably will happen unless we stop burning fossil fuel.

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