What is Clairvoyance – Everything You Need To Know

Here is some information about Clairvoyance. The term Clairvoyance comes from the French word. Clair meaning “clear” and Voyance meaning “vision”. And can be described as one having the ability to gain information about an object, person, location. Or, physical event through means other than the known senses. A person with the ability of Clairvoyance is referred to as a Clairvoyant. “One who sees clearly”.

What is Clairvoyance?

When most people think of Clairvoyance. They think of a skilled and practiced Psychic Reader who uses their gifts to help people gain the insight they need. However, there is another type that is less known or thought about raising the question…What is Clairvoyance?

If clairvoyance is one of your psychic abilities, you may have noticed:

  • Flashes of light or sparkly light out of the corner of your eye
  • Movement in your peripheral vision when there is no movement in the room
  • Spontaneous images that “flash” before your eyes
  • Ethereal colors surrounding a person or living thing (their aura)
  • Vivid dreams that seem real – That dream where Ryan Reynolds was cooking me dinner was SO real!
  • You may have experienced these flashes of clairvoyance throughout your life, not realizing what they meant.

Two types of Clairvoyance

  • Voluntary Clairvoyance is when an individual is able, at will, to see in and investigate the inner worlds and universal energy surrounding everything. This type of Clairvoyance can be developed and refined. In order that it may be completely effective and useful.
  • Involuntary Clairvoyance exists when the sights of the inner worlds are presented to an individual quite independently of their will. They see what is given them to be seen and cannot control this sight. This type of Clairvoyance can be alarming to an individual with this involuntary ability.

Certainly, Clairvoyance can be a rewarding gift. A Psychic Reader can share with people to enlighten them in situations in their lives. In contrast, a person with the gift of involuntary Clairvoyance. It can be alarming and hard to control. Furthermore, we believe people with this gift can learn to control their Psychic ability. Over time as they get used to what it happening to them. It can turn to a blessing to share with the world.

Is Clairvoyance One of your Gifts?

Each of us has intuition and is capable of receiving psychic information.  Wouldn’t you love to know if clairvoyance is one of your intuitive gifts?  

What is Clairvoyance

Here are a few of the common traits that clairvoyants have:

  • You learn better by seeing information visually, like written on paper, in a chart or in a book instead of having the information explained to you verbally.
  • You find it easy to day dream and visualize things in your mind – like going on a hot air balloon ride with Tom Cruise or Angelina Jolie.
  • You are visually observant.  If your kids moved your favorite plant over an inch – you’re going to notice!

How to Develop your Clairvoyance

Anyone can develop clairvoyance.

It may feel strange to know this, because you may have been called a daydreamer or been told by some cranky pants to “get real”.  But now you know that this awesome ability is a gift!

Here’s a quick start guide to developing clairvoyance:

• Practice visualizing different things in your mind’s eye.  Imagine yourself on a white, sandy beach sipping on a tropical drink and watching the tide roll in.  Allow yourself to daydream.  See as much detail as possible.

• Imagine your third eye opening during meditation.  You can also use crystals, like lapis lazuli or a clear quartz crystal to encourage your third eye to open.  Make the crystals your new besties if you want to – lay them on your third eye while you meditate, or sleep with them near your pillow.

• As with all things, the intention is a big part of developing your psychic gifts.  Let your guides know that you are open to developing your clairvoyance and ask for their help.  They will be happy to assist you!

Everything You Need To Know About Concrete Overlay

Concrete overlay is a thin layer of a colored cement-based product that is installed over existing concrete for the purpose of repair or decor. Concrete overlays can be applied feather-thin or up to ¾”, depending on the type of finish you’re going for. This is becoming a popular outdoor and indoor choice for flooring and other surfaces when a new look, greater durability, and more versatility is desired without having to experience the removal of one flooring in order to install a new surface. This unique type of floor covering is conveniently laid over most existing surfaces such as concrete, wood, plaster, or cement board, which makes concrete overlays a durable and effective way to restore flooring and walkways, preserve finishes, and even level uneven floors.

Concrete Overlay

How Durable is a Concrete Overlay?

A concrete overlay should be a lifelong investment as long as it’s been installed properly and well-protected by a sealer or coating. It should be able to withstand heavy foot traffic as well as vehicle traffic and should not need to be replaced. 

If you’re applying your concrete overlay on floors, floor wax or polish can give you an added layer of protection. If the floor starts to show wear, reapply a sealer or wax to protect it.

You may also choose to polish your overlay to give it a high-gloss look. When it comes to concrete overlays, there are so many different options that you can truly get the customized look you want.

Types of Concrete Overlays 

There are four basic different types of decorative concrete overlays. Although there is a wide variety of finishes, most overlays themselves are made from a blend of polymer resins. Cement, sand, and other materials are combined to make the overlay. The overlay is also made to adhere to the existing concrete while still maintaining its beauty.

As you’re doing your homework about overlays, you’ll also discover that there are many polymer-modified made overlays as well. These usually stand-up pretty well when it comes to wear and tear, salt, chemicals, and temperature changes. They also come in a variety of textures and colors.

Besides the materials of your overlays, you’ll need to decide the finish and look you’re going for. There are four main types to choose from:

Stamped Overlays

These look like stamped concrete and are the most commonly used. They can give your concrete brick, stone, wood look. Since they are cement-based they are durable when it comes to stains.

When you’re looking at stamped overlays you’ll see that they come in texturing skins that are thinner and overlay mats that are deeper and give the floor a more textured look. Both types come in a variety of colors to choose from.

Concrete Overlay
Concrete floor cozy patio area with iron table set and patio umbrella. Patio area surrounded by green terrace landscaping

Self-Leveling Overlays

These are used to restore worn or damaged concrete. They are often used underneath other floor products and flatten out on their own.

Multipurpose Overlays

Since these are mainly made from sand, they are versatile to suit your needs. They can be textured and designed using a trowel or hopper gun.

Microtoppings

If you have concrete that’s old and worn, you may want to consider microtoppings. They are applied thinly and usually come in gray or white. They can give your floors a marbleized look if that is what you’re trying to achieve.

How Long Does it Take to Install a Concrete Overlay?

Installation time will vary depending on the project and the type of material that is being used for the overlay. Generally, overlay projects can be completed in a short period of time and the floor can be accessed within a few hours of the project being completed. It’s best to speak with your installer so that you can get an accurate window of when your work will be complete.

The Advantages of Concrete Overlays

Installing a concrete overlay to a walkway or patio can fix underlying problems or uneven textures. They correct any surface deficiencies while providing skid resistance and improving surface draining. If you live in a climate with extreme heat or cold, a concrete overlay can minimize weather-related deterioration and improve the overall structural integrity of your space. From a design standpoint, a concrete overlay can help you achieve any look you’d like, from earth tones to geometric patterns.