Posts Tagged ‘become psychic’
It is generally accepted that meditation is one of the most effective and powerful methods to develop psychic ability and increase intuitive awareness.
I usually share with my clients and students a Kundalini Yoga meditation technique to stimulate the life nerve in the shoulder. This helps you tune into your own intuition and increase your psychic awareness.
In this exercise the arm is used as an antenna to pull in energy to the heart chakra, or fourth chakra, and the third eye, or sixth chakra. It is a powerful meditation for psychic development: Read the rest of this entry »
I have had many interesting dream experiences over the years and have witnessed how they often do reflect what is yet to come. I discovered this powerful prophetic nature of our dreams at a very young age.
One of the most memorable dreams from my childhood years involved a tornado. In this recurring dream I could hear the tornado sirens going off and I kept seeing an odd image of a piece of straw that went into a telephone. I kept seeing the time being 4:23 pm and I when I woke up, I knew that something was bad was going to happen. Every time I had the dream the tornadoes would get louder and louder.
Later, in April 1974, I was over my at my grandparents house when the tornado sirens went off. I was 12 years old and I started to freak out, because of those dreams I had been having. The sky was very dark and my grandparents had me go down into the basement for shelter. I remember my grandparents lighting a old oil lantern so we could have light. Read the rest of this entry »
Several years ago, during a psychic awareness workshop at the Arthur Findlay College of Psychic Research in the UK, I had a profound experience with ribbon psychometry.
Exercises with psychometry are often done in groups of two, in which the participants exchange small personal items. Psychometry is the art of reading the energy imprints on objects. The objects can vary: photographs, jewelry or even a key-ring. These and other tokens must have meaning to, and has been handled primarily by their owner. The main objective is that the item carries the vibration of its owner.
Our class of ten was made up of men and women from all over the world, as well as a few from Britain. We were all new to the concept of reading with ribbons. Read the rest of this entry »
Every living thing has an aura: a surrounding light of a specific color or colors. If you’ve never discovered your own aura, or that of a friend or loved one, it’s easy to learn to read auras.
The first step is to put your mind at ease. Try meditation techniques or simply breathing deeply. You may wish to begin your practice on yourself, by looking in a mirror, or else a plant or pet (if your pet will sit still!)
Choose a well-lit room; white light is best for the exercise. Let your eyes travel over the subject and go slowly out of focus. The first thing you are likely to see is the inner aura, which appears as a slight outline usually around the head and shoulders. Once you are comfortable with this first step, practice expanding your sight. You will start to see other colors beyond the white rings. They may be faint at first, but don’t worry. Read the rest of this entry »
Maybe one of your resolutions this year is to develop existing psychic abilities, or to embark on a journey to find new ones? Great! But how do you get started? This can seem like a daunting task, but it’s actually easier than you think.
Like any talent, psychic ability can be practiced and improved. A good place to start is to simply become more mindful of your surroundings. Use all five senses. What are you tasting, smelling, hearing? Buy a small notebook and write down your observations, both from waking and in dreams. Chances are you’ll start to notice patterns. Take time every day to meditate in whatever way you choose. Ten minutes of clearing your mind and focusing will not just help you develop psychic abilities, it will also do wonders for your stress levels and concentration. Read the rest of this entry »
Most of us are raised to think that only a lucky few of us have psychic gifts. The truth is, nearly everyone does!
Throughout our lives, we have moments when we simply know something is going to happen, whether it’s as simple as our phone ringing, or as specific as the final score or outcome of a sporting event.
What we think are coincidences, hunches, or lucky breaks, are actually flashes of our innate psychic powers.
Like any talent, psychic ability has to be practiced. In our busy 21st century world, with its overload of stimuli, this can be difficult. However, it doesn’t have to be.
The most important step to take is to simply listen. Use all five senses to awaken your sixth sense. When you wake up, really focus. Are there birds singing outside? Is the wind blowing? What do you smell? All of these incoming signals contain messages, and psychic ability is the talent to read between the lines. Read the rest of this entry »
Many times over the years I have had clients ask me: can I become psychic? Is it a learned ability? Are you born with it, or can you pick it up along your life path?
The answers to these questions vary, There are a plethora of beliefs, faiths and factions when it comes to this subject.
Below are a few guidelines I personally follow to help others open that inner space and unity within their spiritual self.
1. I believe we are all born with a sixth sense. We all have a psychic ability to perceive what is around us and within us, but it is not set like the other five senses. From birth we don’t see this as a gift. We rely on it to communicate with spirit and higher self. Read the rest of this entry »
After so many years, psychics are finally being introduced into the mainstream and are being allowed to express their beliefs and teachings. You can walk anywhere and find amateur psychics doing readings for their friends in coffee shops and restaurants. Many of my clients are teaching themselves to read. Yet, how good are they really?
When you look at the list of professional psychics on Psychic Access, I can tell you that we have known and worked with each other as a group, encouraged each other, informed each other and developed our craft over more than a decade, despite the fact that most of us also work as individual consultants. Many of us have our own businesses, books and websites. Many of us genuinely care for our clients and are not being swept up into a trend. We were struggling for years to get to this point of being accepted professionally. Read the rest of this entry »