Translation of clairvoyance in Spanish:

clairvoyance

clarividencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˌklɛrˈvɔɪəns//klɛːˈvɔɪəns/

noun

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    clarividencia feminine
    • Prophecy and clairvoyance are so widely believed by millions of people that magicians are credited with psychic powers that not even Nostradamus would dare claim.
    • Thus, it is possible that the attempt to explain the déjà vu experience in terms of lost memory, past lives, clairvoyance, and so on may be completely misguided.
    • Students who score well on one type of ESP test, such as clairvoyance, are also likely to score well on another, such as telepathy.
    • I should also note clairvoyance or telepathy may be the reason why some people do significantly better than chance in guessing experiments.
    • I have only recently begun to explore my psychic side, but have been strong in the areas of psychic dreams and clairvoyance.
    • Things that may be pure coincidence may appear to her as signs of clairvoyance.
    • We can awaken our power of clairvoyance with training.
    • He gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies including cancer and lameness.
    • She regularly flies to the USA to see clients and give talks on astrology, palmistry, tarot and how to develop clairvoyance.
    • As in both of the other experiments, there were two conditions: one testing for clairvoyance and the other for true precognition.
    • Instead of sunshine and bright colours she sees shadows and spirits, and, having gained the power of clairvoyance, can foresee death.
    • Further awakening of the inner potentials gradually bestows the supernormal powers of premonition, afflatus, telepathy, clairvoyance and prophecy.
    • If you could do a bit of mind and thought reading, clairvoyance, prophecy and divination, that is all it takes to be a magician.
    • Apparently I have the same clairvoyance that my mother had.
    • She claimed to understand black magic and to possess clairvoyance, ESP, and other senses unsubstantiated by science.
    • Anecdotes about psychokinesis and clairvoyance are given more credence than experimental results questioning these effects.
    • He provides two experiments for pure clairvoyance in the Appendix, predicting that both will provide nonsignificant results.
    • Price reports that significant fractions of Americans believe in astrology, clairvoyance, telepathy, and communication with the dead.
    • Other terms for clairvoyance include second sight, shadow sight, prophecy, and spiritual communication.
    • Now some might call that telepathy, others clairvoyance or precognition, or others dub it a trick or coincidence.