Do you have psychic skills?
It might seem as though people who give professional psychic readings are different, especially when they can pick up on things with amazing accuracy that they could only know through using psychic skills, but are they really so different from people who don’t think of themselves as being psychic?
Have you ever wondered whether you are psychic?
Most people will have experiences in their lives that can make them ask the question, am I psychic? Perhaps you’ve visited a place for the first time, yet somehow knew all the streets and houses like the back of your hand. Maybe you’ve had the experience of thinking of someone you haven’t spoken to for ages and then had them suddenly call you out of the blue. Or perhaps you’ve just had a sense of ‘knowing’ something is about to happen before it did.
We can all have flashes of psychic intuition, but we can push these moments aside and think that they are just coincidence. Often, later down the line, we can end up thinking that we really should have listened to our psychic intuition! That kind of thing happens to everyone.
The difference between a psychic reader and someone who doesn’t think they have psychic ability
The only real difference between a psychic reader and someone who doesn’t think that they have psychic ability is that a psychic reader won’t ignore those flashes of psychic intuition. They will usually start studying and developing their skills so that they can know the difference between genuine psychic ability and their imagination and can then call on their psychic abilities when they need to.
Tools for developing psychic ability
Using tools such as Tarot or runes is a great way to develop psychic abilities. Many of today’s top name mediums started out at their local spiritualist church, where they spent years developing their psychic abilities and giving readings for free before turning professional.
Turning on psychic ability
One of the most important aspects of developing psychic ability is being able to call on it when you are giving a psychic reading. Having flashes of intuition can make life very interesting, but when people want a paid psychic reading from a clairvoyant or a medium, they want them to be able to turn on their psychic abilities. The psychic or medium needs to be able to call on their psychic skills in a way that is consistent and reliable. When you’re on, you need to be on!
It’s also important for the psychic reader to be able to turn them off again when they are ‘off duty’. Even world famous mediums and psychics are human and need to lead everyday lives. When you’re having a hair cut or queuing in the supermarket to buy dogfood, it can be a very disturbing experience to start tuning in to everyone around you and picking up things from their private lives!
So if you think you might be psychic…
You probably are! Start trusting your flashes of psychic intuition, and consider doing something to develop your psychic skills, such as studying the Tarot or runes or joining a development circle at a spiritualist church near you. You never know where it might take you!
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A few days ago, I had a feeling I was going to end up reading this article. :-)