We have always wondered, most of us since childhood, what it would be like to become psychic. We have sat with our eyes closed dreaming about things that we perceive may happen. During this, we have a feeling of tranquility and feeling good. We look at the stars and think of the wonder of the universe and where we can foretell what will happen for us and other people in the future. That, when we think again what would it be like to be really become psychic.
This becomes a good starting point for those wishing to investigate psychic matters. There are lots of books about the subject of developing psychic powers, but many appear to get involved in an array of mental exercises and complicated diagrams. Although these suit many people there are natural ways of develop yourself to become psychic. Keep an open mind, and enjoy your exploration in the psychic world.
If you are here at my blog you have already thought about becoming psychic. The first thing in waking up your psychic aptitude is to confess to yourself that you have one. It takes awhile for the subconscious mind to learn to communicate with the conscious mind, and the best way to do this is just to start thinking about it.
If you say to yourself, “I am psychic” each day this reinforces that fact in your mind. Discuss this with whoever is willing. These thoughts give a positive effect on developing your gift. You should read all you can about psychic ability as this helps to wake things up. You need to gain knowledge to get some understanding of how things work. Importantly you become involved in it, buy books and magazines, and look for more information on the Internet. Get acquainted with various approaches and opinions, and start developing your own ideas. Deal head on with what appeals to you, what your mind finds reasonable. If you find things difficult to accept put it aside and deal with it at a later time.
One important thing is “practice”. Set time aside to do this. Settle your mind, play gentle, soothing background music and make yourself relax. Just allow your thoughts to wander. It helps to picture a summery scene, a field or meadow with the sun shining. It is virtually impossible to completely clear the mind, so picture this field and if other pictures enter into your head, attempt to work out what it was. Can you relate them to something or somebody? Do you get a feeling of a forthcoming event?
Most people do not like to practice but it is important in the psychic world. It is about getting used to information coming to you from a different source. The more practice, the easier it becomes. Try pausing before you do something. For example, when the phone rings, wait a few seconds before you answer. Can you think who it is? Try it when someone knocks at your front door. Try it when you are at work or shopping. See if you can tell whether someone is happy, sad or preoccupied?
Ask friends or relatives to let you hold something that belongs to them, such as a ring or keys. Calm your mind and while feeling the item with your hands, try to let a picture come into your mind. It may be very brief at first, but mention it to the items owner anyway and see if they can relate to it. When you first start, the pictures you see are often trivial. It could be something they were thinking of buying, a favorite color or that they missed a bus and were annoyed because of it. If you can, find someone who can be patient and understanding, and take your time. There is no point in trying to force the information to come through. Accept the fact that you are not going to be right at times. The mind has a habit of filling in the blanks when psychic input is not forthcoming, sometimes a little confusing as some of the information that comes through may have no bearing at the time.
One important thing in learning to become psychic, if you do see a picture or get a feeling about something, pursue it. It’s amazing how many people become satisfied with just a little bit of information when there is usually more to be had. It’s great when you get it right, but more difficult is working out why you got it right. Try to remember what it felt like as the vision came into your mind so you can recapture the feeling next time.
Learn to relax, close your eyes for a while, and step back from the world. Create a space for the pictures to arrive. Find a way that works for you. Look for brief pictures that seem to arrive all by themselves. These are things that you were not thinking about. If you manage to get this far, you are making good progress. It is possible, however, to pursue these images further. Ask with your mind about more of what you are seeing.
To become psychic is more than just visualizing events it can be the very core of one health both mental and physical. To learn more about how to become psychic and learning its benefits I suggest you take a look here at Lynn Claridge’s book “Developing Your Psychic Ability”