Posts Tagged ‘become psychic’
Scrying is the metaphysical practice of gazing into a reflective surface, such as a crystal ball or mirror, in order to perceive spiritual visions of the future, or for purposes of divination or fortune telling.
In most societies, since time began, people used different tools in attempts to scry for answers about the present and future. It seems to be human nature to want to know what is in store for us in the future. Often scrying was done in the confines of royalty or religion – reserved only for the privileged few deemed worthy to do it. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve always known that I was intuitive, but didn’t begin to call or define myself as a psychic – let alone a medium – until I was well into middle age.
Unlike many psychic mediums, I didn’t have childhood experiences with spirits in any shape or form. There were no ancestors watching over me as I slept. Nothing but dust bunnies hid under my bed, and my friends were all clearly visible and in the flesh!
I never thought of myself as strange, because I enjoyed reading about the paranormal, the supernatural, and famous psychics like Edgar Cayce and Ruth Montgomery. I just thought I was weird, because I liked to read, period. Read the rest of this entry »
Clients who visit me for private sittings often appear to be fascinated by my crystal ball, which always sits on a stand to the left of me as I work. With the help of my lovely crystal ball and a selection of divination cards, including the Tarot, I get assistance from spirit and my Ancestors in the form of symbols and letters.
Crystal-gazing, known as crystallomancy is a popular form of scrying. Crystal balls were known to be used in Europe way back in the 1500s, but historians also mention them being used at some time or other by many other cultures of the world. Read the rest of this entry »
More and more spiritual seekers seem to be interested in joining forces with like-minded people these days. Some of my clients have expressed their interest in being part of a psychic development group, but they actually don’t know where to begin looking for such a gathering of souls.
The people I speak to come from all over the world, and so, it’s not that straightforward to recommend institutions or classes known to me. So, my suggestion is often, if you can’t find a suitable group in your area, why not start your own? A good way to start is with a few people and meet on a regular basis. Here you will be able to share your gifts and interests. Read the rest of this entry »
Since I can remember, I frequently knew which song was coming on the radio, what my mother was cooking for dinner, who was going to call on the phone… just random things at random times that I didn’t think much of at the time. I’d been doing it my whole life, I thought everyone did it.
The religion in which I was brought up frowned on women and children having foreknowledge of anything, so nothing was ever explained to me. I wonder where I’d be today if my gifts had been fostered instead.
I was diagnosed with severe postpartum depression shortly after I turned 21. It never really went away and has since been re-diagnosed as clinical depression. Back then they didn’t know a lot about depression, what caused it, how to treat it. Some sufferers were simply locked up, while many, many more were subjected to electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). The lucky ones, myself included, were diagnosed by doctors who genuinely cared about their patients and not the bottom-line and would try medication first. Read the rest of this entry »
I had a Near-Death Experience (NDE) 15 years ago. It changed the course of my life and gave me purpose.
My life before the NDE was absolutely horrible! I had no purpose, no joy, nothing. I had nothing to live for, nor any reason to live. I felt numb inside. I was in a dead end job, which I hated, and I had been rejected by a man whom I loved with all my heart. Plus, I was living with my parents at the time, which made an unbearable life more unbearable to the point of being intolerable. Then a miracle happened.
I was driving home one evening and woke up in the hospital the next morning seeing a bright light. It was scary not knowing what had occurred during the night. I am not going to go into too much detail about the experience, but I was shown the life I had been living was not the life I was meant to be living. Read the rest of this entry »
I have often heard people refer to psychics as a “clairvoyants.” I loved the sound of the word, but I was never quite sure what it meant. So, I wrote it off as just another fancy way to say someone is psychic, until recently when a client insisted that I was a clairvoyant, not a psychic.
I asked her why she was insistent upon using the word clairvoyant and she said she always understood the word psychic to be more one-dimensional, and possibly a synonym for “fortune teller”.” Clairvoyant is an entirely different level of seeing, she said. I was confused, but she just laughed and said, “Just know that I was paying you a compliment.”
According to my client a psychic for the most part is an advisor on the future, and sometimes the present, but a clairvoyant sees a situation from every possible level, including the spiritual. The clairvoyant’s spirituality usually precedes their psychic abilities. She certainly got me thinking, so I decided to explore the difference. Read the rest of this entry »
Am I psychic? Do I have the gift? I hear this kind of question a lot. It’s a pretty common thing for clients to ask. In my view, if you have to ask someone if you are gifted, then more often than not you don’t have a gift.
Now, when I am doing a reading, I can usually feel if you have it. Notice I say usually, not always. Experience and trusting yourself is the only way to really know.
When people ask this question my answer is that the only way to find out for sure is to use your ability. When a situation occurs, follow your intuition. If you are gifted then things should turn out okay, with the pieces of the puzzle falling into place. You cannot be afraid to use your intuition. That’s the only way you can find out. Read the rest of this entry »