March 31, 2005
Everyday Life as a Psychic
I was recently asked about how being psychic has affected my life. I was aware of my abilities from the time I was just a few years old. It took a while and a lot of experimentation to get to the point where I am today. I began as an empath, being able to feel others’ feelings...and then learning to try to block out those feelings and separate them from my own real feelings. My abilities developed to where I was working with spirits, finding missing people (usually passed on, but sometimes still alive) and using various tools to guide others on their journeys. I've written several articles on these subjects on my website.
After growing up like this, listening to my intuition has become second nature to me. It's part of everything I do and every decision I make, but it doesn't define me. It's not who I am, it's just something else that I do. I know a few psychics who can't "perform" if the conditions aren't just right. It doesn't have to be a production, it just is and you just do it. It isn't called your sixth sense for nothing. I see, hear, touch, smell, taste and intuit - no more special or exciting than that. And it's something that everyone is capable of. In one of my earlier blog entries I put it something like this. Everyone can sing, and if you study, practice and work hard you can learn to sing well. And like any talent, some people are naturally better at it than others. I think of psychic ability just like that.
When I counsel someone or am asked to find a missing person, I ground my energy, ask for guidance and let images play across my third eye. Then I use the Tarot cards to get more detailed information - like time frames or other people or circumstances involved. The only way I know that I'm getting accurate information to pass along is that I have been doing this for a very long time and have had the advantage of the return feedback to know that what I saw, said or did was true and factual. Otherwise, the sensation is just the same as if I was daydreaming and creating a fantasy in my mind. As a kid there were times when I would daydream about an event or situation and then what I saw in my head actually happened. In fact, that is how I started to realize I had a certain talent in this field.
Psychic ability, like any other talent, is a gift from God and a reminder of our connection to the Source. So when I am done counseling, I give thanks for the guidance I have received. Thank you…a short, wonderful prayer.
Posted by Linda Dalton at March 31, 2005 10:11 PM
I had a cool experience with a psychic a couple of years ago. I went to see a local psychic just for the fun of it, not really believing this sort of thing, but keeping an open mind.
I was totally blown away when she recalled an extremely unique and defining experience in my life when I was a teenager. She came out of the blue and told me about a 3 month hospitalization I had for depression. She desrcribed exactly how it ocurred. Quite startling. She was too specific to write it off as lucky guessing or cold reading. She really had my number.
Just wanted to let you know, some of us are believers out here.
Posted by: Cool Experience With Physic at April 29, 2005 12:55 PM
My name is Derick from Ontario and i am missing my cat , her name is sky and i miss her terrably if there is a physic out there that can help me please email me please...
Posted by: Derick Patrick at November 27, 2005 09:18 PM
I believe I have emphatic experiences I thought was 'Falling in Love', but it always ends in deep in pain. I totally feel the other persons' life, but they feel nonething for me in return, that's why I'm sure now it's empathic. How do I seperate my feelings from others?
Posted by: Dean at January 25, 2006 12:49 PM
I think im a Psychic bicau i fell tings other pepole dont just how you describ in youre Everyday Life as a Psychic
Posted by: Edwin at December 11, 2006 03:15 AM
I believe I have had many different types of psychic experiences. From dreams coming true exactly as I dreamed them (when they do, it feels like a very strong dejavu, where I am actually back in my dream for a moment, and I am physically effected like I swoon) to seeing objects floating in front of me, just above my eyes.
One time I was on my way for a Thanksgiving weekend with a relative, and had my three small kids in the car with me. I made pancakes for breakfast to fill their bellies, because it was a three and a half hour drive. A few minutes from my house I wondered if I turned the stove off. I brushed it off, because I am very careful about things like that. Suddenly I actually saw a circle of flame floating in front of my eyes. It looked like the flame from my gas stove on very low. I said to myself..."Ok,... What the heck is this!?" Believe it or not I actually brushed this off too! I continued a little further, but it nagged at me so much I had to turn around and go back. Sure enough, I left the burner on under the pan!
Another really cool experience I had was this: I was working with a woman who had been dating a man for a few weeks, and brought a photo of him to work to show everyone. When she handed me the photo, I looked at it and actually jumped and looked at it again. What I was looking at was a wedding portrait of him and her. She in her gown, and him in his tux standing holding hands. I looked at it again, and it was the real picture of her boyfriend sitting on a couch by himself. She asked me what was wrong when she saw my reaction, and I said "Nothing, don't worry about it, nothing is wrong, just trust me, I just feel like I can't tell you right now, but it's ok." When she told us several months later that she was engaged. I told her what I saw.
Just the other night I had a kind of half awake/half asleep dream thought (sorry, I don't know how else to describe it!)I had a thought while I was sleeping that my ex-husband was seeing someone named Carol or Caroline. I forgot about it until the next day when I was speaking to my daughter on the phone. I remembered the dream and told her. She said "Oh my gosh! How do you know that!?" and she told me that it was true, he had been seeing a woman named Carol, but decided to break it off.
I’m always afraid to tell people, because I'm afraid they will think I am weird.
This is just a few of the many, many experiences I have had. I have also had full conversations with people or thoughts in my head (daydreams) that come true exactly as I thought them.
Here are my questions: Whenever I take a psychic test I fail miserably. Why is that? I obviously am extremely sensitive to things I shouldn't or couldn't know. Why can't I do well at those tests? And what kind of abilities do you think I have? Thanks.
Posted by: robin at January 12, 2008 12:21 PM