Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The Word Psychic Freaks Me Out! - Not Your Ordinary Psychic Mom

Psychic! Psychic! Psychic! Does it make you uncomfortable when you read or hear it? Seriously, why! I've noticed that when kids hear it, they think it's the coolest thing; but when adults hear it, it takes on a totally different feeling like its taboo or a form of witchcraft. 

Get with the times people! Psychic is here to stay. We all have some form of intuitive ability. Millennials are embracing it. Everyone else is still living in the closet. 

I'm not sure where the fear and anxiety started. Well... maybe it's the way it's portrayed in the movies and on television. Not to mention, marketing material. It's all to draw you in and create some type of emotional response and it's working! Check this image out. 
Psychic intuition
Psychic Marketing 

Here's the reality. Throughout history there have been prophets and seers and healers. We study it in the Bible. We televise shows about it like Nostradamus's predictions. We welcome it in differing religions such as Buddhism. Yet, in every day life, people who say they have 'psychic' ability are thought to be fake and a joke. 

Here's the low down. Whatever or whoever started this tall-tale folklore, was the jokester. It's time to move on. We as humans all have some form of psychic ability. Psychic is a word that means relating to the soul and mind. We all have a soul and we all have a mind. Now use them. Trust them. Believe in them.

The following four tips will assist you in beginning to trust your natural intuitive ability. Have fun getting to know another part of you!
  • Pay attention to what you feel, see, hear, taste, and smell during any event that happens in your life. For instance, prior to getting sad news, some people start feeling nauseous. Your body can send you messages minutes to days before an event is actually going to happen. Get to know you! Get to know your energy! Get to know your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual self!
  • Every night before you go to bed, write three predictions down that you think will happen the next day. One that I always do is the weather. You can't do any worse than a meteorologist who 30% of the time wrong. So, it doesn't matter if your predictions don't happen the way you thought or that they are completely out of the ball park. The key is practicing, trusting and believing.
  • Start jotting your dreams, if you can remember them. Dreams contain a lot of messages that can help guide you in life. Here's a site that can help you interpret your dreams - dream interpretation.
  • Visualize the phone ringing. Then sit down to see how long it takes before it actually does ring. When your phone rings, try to predict who is calling before you pick it up.

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