Posts Tagged ‘psychic detective’
“I don’t believe in ghosts, it’s all nonsense!” These are the first words I heard when I walked into the room. I felt myself taking a deep breath, in preparation for the usual ‘here-we-go-again’ discussion.
I’m the first to say we all have our own belief systems, so whatever you find peace with, more power to you. Yet, I find myself, at times, in defense mode. There is never any real need for it and I have come to terms with the probability that I become defensive because of my own past experiences.
I usually listen, without interrupting their rant in regards to fraudulent psychics, false prophets, fake paranormal videos, and other nonsense to keep people in ignorance and fear. In the same sentence they will often add, “but there was this one time”. This is when my ears perk up! Read the rest of this entry »
There is the fashionable notion nowadays for individuals to be branded as ‘psychics’ or ’empaths’ if they are emotionally sensitive or display a high level of compassion towards others. It is automatically assumed that people who are emotionally intelligent must also have an exceptional capacity for extra-sensory perception.
Nothing could be further from the truth. If anything, this myth is serving to confuse and mislead people, and may even cause further emotional damage, by imposing unreasonable expectations on some highly sensitive or even emotionally vulnerable people.
I had many traumatic paranormal experiences during my childhood, and I was constantly overwhelmed by extra-sensory perceptions I did not understand. To find any reliable information on the subject was near impossible. The confusion and frustration I had to endure in my youth – often due to the ignorance of others – made me vow to research, learn and share as much as I could about psychic abilities. If I can spare just one gifted child unnecessary trauma, or inspire just one adult to come out of the ‘clair closet’, the bewilderment I had to endure would all be worth it. Read the rest of this entry »
Dowsing can be used in our daily lives for tracking down missing car keys, that have been absent-mindedly misplaced, or finding lost jewelry and other specific objects. Dowsing is also great for locating a lost pet… or even a child playing hide-and-seek!
The origins of dowsing can be traced back thousands of years, before technology and satellites were there to help locating oil…or pyramids. All those years ago, country folk would use a ‘Y’ shaped tree branch or twig to find water wells, or hidden treasure. It is commonplace these days to dowse for water, auras or even land-mines.
The only reason dowsing is being considered to be a ‘psychic tool’ is because scientists haven’t been able to find a logical explanation for how dowsing works. This is also complicated by the fact that some dowsers have better results than others. Their accuracy often depends on how attuned the dowser is to their dowsing tool. Fine tuning to this art seems to come with experience. Read the rest of this entry »