Power of the mindPsychic Powers

Have you ever considered the possibility that you might be psychic and that perhaps you can develop these psychic powers? Have you ever had a bad vibe around someone who later turned out to be a bad person? Have you ever had a gut feeling that turned out to be accurate? If so, you have what it takes to turn those intuitive moments into something larger, psychic ability.

  • Disciplined practice is the key to helping anyone enhance their psychic ability and developing your own talent only requires the decision to begin.
  • Our brain is a spectacular database capable of storing a wealth of information. A lot of our ability to develop psychic power comes from a number of elements. A critical element is our physiology and how we are wired up. Some individuals can become full blown psychics while others simply develop a stronger intuition.

The Importance of Meditation

The absolute important first step to developing psychic powers and enhancing psychic ability is to get in touch with your higher self. Meditation is by far the first tool in your psychic toolbox that you will need. Meditation is the tract to psychic development; it shifts you by tuning your energy to the right frequency for psychic development.

Meditation really isn’t that hard. The hard part to meditating is the prerequisites. One of these prerequisites is learning to relax. Believe it or not, but a lot of people have trouble relaxing. Learning to release the day’s stresses and acknowledge a relaxing moment can be difficult. In order to meditate you need to learn how to truly relax.

Keeping a Meditation Journal

Be aware of how you feel and what see while meditating, as often the images and feelings are answers to your questions and concerns in life. Keep a journal and write down what you experience during your meditative state so you do not forget later. Compare your notes to actual events that occur. As you continually practice staying in touch with your inner self, your spiritual development will grow and the stronger you psychic ability will become.

Get rid of the Fear

A big misconception is that you need to be 100% all of the time. Even the best psychics are hardly 100% accurate. Learn to trust in your intuition. It’s ok to make mistakes, nobody is perfect.

Energy Development

The next big step in developing psychic power is energy development. We are surrounded by a subtle energy, this energy is often referred to as prana or chi. In your conquest to develop psychic power and you will learn to manipulate this energy. You will be able to summon this energy on demand and feel it’s incredible vibrations move through you. This energy is often used for healing. Your next big step ins psychic development is energy manipulation. Our Universe is filled with a subtle energy, this energy is often referred to as prana or chi. Healers summon this powerful energy to heal people. You will learn to do the same thing. (Energy development is an important tool, and is one of the more blatant forms of psychic ability that returns tangible results and can be harnessed after a few dedicated weeks of practice. Ancient healers from the East coined the term Prana or Chi. This Energy is used for healing as well as many other things.)

Living Healthy

A healthy lifestyle is a byproduct to psychic living. As you meditate and work on your energy, you’ll find yourself straying away from the unhealthy junk food and sodas and reaching for fresh healthy food and lots of water. It only makes sense that after your intunement that you’ll be set on a healthier course.

  • Many people with psychic abilities are discouraged from making use of their inner abilities. Being a psychic is not deviant or something to be feared but rather a conditioned and trained quality available to every human persistent enough to pursue it. Developing your psychic ability can enrich your life in many ways, offering a strong association between your conscious and subconscious mind, heighten your spirituality, and intensify your faith. It is up to you to recognize your talents.

By Dan Silverstein