Do you have a real understanding of the term clairgnostic? To have a clear understanding of this word you must first understand the term Gnostic. Most people don't. Even more misunderstood is the term agnostic. The term agnostic does not mean that the agnostic does not know if he/she believes in God.
I've heard the term before, and I believe it has something to do with feeling a connection to God through meditation or intuition. Not sure if I got that right or not. I mean, it's not like I'm the one who coined the phrase or anything;)
And I believe an agnostic is someone who does not feel a connection to God, or does not feel a need to connect with God?
by Kain 3603 years ago
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