Here’s part 2 of our How to Develop Psychic Abilities series. I’m continuing to define the most important aspects of psychic development. So here goes…
Clairvoyance: Involves the ability to transcend physical reality and be able to communicate with the non-physical world. This includes communicating with entities, spirits, universal mind, etc. Clairvoyance is the basis of all of the psychic abilities. To be clairvoyant is to be able to see, hear, feel and sense non-physical energies. Whether it’s intuition, psychometry or any other psychic ability, clairvoyance is at the root of them all.
Intuition: The act of obtaining knowledge, feelings and insights about people and things without the use of reason or other involvement with the subject. It’s the ability to immediately understand directly, without the need for conscious thought or analytic reasoning. It bridges the gap between our conscious and unconscious mind. Positive feelings about someone or something based on no known information, stems from intuition. When someone says that they immediately took a liking or disliking to someone, they were probably experiencing an intuitive notion about that person. It’s the ability to gain knowledge without the use of reason.
Lucid dreaming: Occurs when someone is dreaming and realizes that they’re dreaming. The person experiencing this has the ability to control the dream and their participation in it. It is believed that this is a perfect opportunity to ‘reprogram’ you mind, because it gives us direct access to our subconscious mind, which in turn gives us access to spirit, God, the light, etc. – the lifesource of the universe.
Lucid Projection: Also referred to as astral projection, this psychic skill involves the ability to leave your physical body. Your soul or essence is able to travel in the astral plane, which is comprised of celestial spheres, where spirits, angels or other immaterial beings exist. People who have been operated on and under anesthesia and experienced lucid or astral projection, have reported seeing and hearing everything in the room, including their body being operated on, hearing the doctors conversations and even identifying objects on top of cabinets in the room that they could not possibly have known about.
Medium: A medium is a person who brings information from the non-physical world into the physical world. We act as mediums when we glean knowledge, information or ideas from non-physical entities. Our creative powers are sometimes attributed to the ability to ‘mediate’ or facilitate communication between our mind and the mind of spirits, the universe, etc. Sometimes this ability manifests when we meditate or give thought to a problem. Other times these ideas come in a flash or in between our conscious thoughts or activities. The challenge is to be open to these ideas or thoughts so we can evaluate this information for its usefulness.
Precognition: Involves the ability to access scenarios and information about the future. This ability allows the practitioner the ability to see possible future scenarios, rather than know exactly what will be because free will and other people may change circumstances. This skill is very useful because it allows us to imagine positive outcomes. If we imagine negative ones, we have an opportunity to replace them with positive scenarios.
My next blog post will focus on the remaining terms.
Continues in Part 2.
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