Posts Tagged ‘ESP’
Am I psychic? People ask this question all the time, and the answer is unequivocally, yes! As children, our psychic gifts are obvious to us in the forms of our vivid dreams and daydreams. We also experience strong intuitions about people and objects, and even our imaginary friends, who are really our spiritual guides. But what happens when we get older? Why do most of us lose this part of ourselves? It’s common to hear skeptical people say that psychic abilities do not exist. The truth is that we’re all born with a particular psychic gift, and sometimes more than one.
Think about the last time your instinct reacted strongly. Was it telling you the location of a lost object? A winning combination of lottery numbers? Perhaps the feeling that an old friend would call? These feelings are all forms of extra-sensory perception (ESP), and they are glimpses of what is to come from the universe. They’re also usually correct. Read the rest of this entry »
One has to wonder – are there any benefits to being psychic? Does that make one more powerful, more in control, more all-seeing, more omnipotent, all powerful and omniscient? Some clients call and want to know what it means to be psychic. They want lessons in opening their chakras, they want lessons in controlling their psychic visions, and they want to become psychics. All these things are understandable. Yet, there are some cautions.
Firstly, if you have been born with the propensity to ‘see’, that is your gift. That is something that you need to learn to understand, and this may, as I believe, not be done through psychic work, but through psychological work and counseling. This really is the way. If the wizards of old knew better, and they probably did, they probably employed some of the same techniques. After all, there is no point having ability and being unable to navigate through one’s own life. 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 »
It is often said we are psychically connected to those we love. My cousins were a set of twins who were connected in this way. The one twin lived in New York and could sense the other twin’s emotions, even though she lived in Florida. When her twin died tragically, she sensed it. Although the twin died years ago, she still senses her presence.
Another significant psychic connection is between mother and child. Maternal instinct enables the mother to sense when her child is in danger. My mother was notorious for finishing my sentences and intuitively knowing when I was feeling out of sorts. Even though I would try to hide what I was feeling from her… she knew! Read the rest of this entry »
I have listed extra-human abilities, such as the ability to sense ecological problems, health problems, telepathy, being able to understand animals and even take on genius capacities, such as the ability to understand foreign languages, as an extra human power.
On doing more research on mythological power assumption, it is interesting to see how extra sensory power can go from the non-invasive, such as the telepathic or the predictive, to energetic conversion, which goes from healing, to prophecy and then to protection.
Protection can be divided into groups, such as self-protection, protection of the group, and to strategic or pre-emptive protection. Protection or defense can be implied, and need not be implemented or used. Read the rest of this entry »
The ideal for many of us is to be superhuman – to be better in our own human form, or for some attaining the perfection of mental or psychic superiority. For aeons humans have seen themselves as the most intelligent beings, the masters, or even the center of the universe, before Copernicus opened us up to the mechanism of our solar system, and thus our galaxy. Before then, and still now, we were always desiring to be better than most.
For many our higher powers have mostly taken on the form of the human, or better yet the man or masculine. The idea of becoming an animal, or even worse, a cursed female, was seen as a punishment for being an inefficient human. This was seen in the quaint but powerful cult of Pythagoras, where attaining the ideal both numerically as well as humanly were to be earned, and that becoming an animal would be the punishment for being a poor person or not being able to follow through on society’s morals. Read the rest of this entry »
By definition, a psychic is any person with some form of extrasensory perception (ESP). ESP takes different forms and some psychics are gifted in more than one area. A medium, by contrast, is a very specific kind of psychic, someone who can communicate directly with the spirit realms.
For many reasons, psychics are sometimes viewed more skeptically than mediums by the average person. There is no “proven” way to tell if someone is psychic; everyone has some degree of psychic ability, but some are naturally more gifted than others. Mediums, on the other hand, can often convey specific, accurate or familiar information from a deceased friend or family member to a bereaved survivor. Read the rest of this entry »
‘Seeing’ things that are hidden from the awareness of others is also something that has been a natural part of most of my life.
Having extra-sensory perception (ESP) since childhood developed into a career sixteen years ago of doing readings for people over the internet.
Over the years my skills at interpreting messages that I get from reading people, and seeing hidden information, have become sharper and this work has become more and more rewarding.
So, it was only natural when I decided seven years ago to become a Life Coach that I would blend these two career paths into the profession of being an Empathic Coach. Read the rest of this entry »