I used to avoid saying what I do for a living because it can make people uncomfortable. They think I can see into their lives, what they had for breakfast that morning and what they’ll be doing tomorrow. I can, if I want to. But to look inside someone’s life without invitation is trespassing and I prefer not to break these universal principles. Besides, what value is there in filling my head with the intimate details of others?lives? I’ve got enough to think about, wondering what *I’m* going to be doing tomorrow...

When I worked the phone lines I was always amused at people expecting me to give them the winning numbers for that night’s lottery... If I could predict the lotteries consistently, do you think I would have been sitting on the phone answering such silly questions? The truth is that some of the numbers I’ve given people as 'lucky' have indeed been winners, but there was a lot more to each winning than just knowing the lucky numbers. And there’s a lot more to being psychic than predicting the future.

Being psychic is about learning to live in attunement and harmony with your world, in love. It requires a deep understanding of oneself, a release from judgment about what is considered good and bad and a willingness to notice and then listen to ALL the shifts in energy around you, including the subtle signs, the fleeting images and inner knowings... Being psychic requires that you actively participate with the whole of your world AND your Self. It demands daily attentiveness and real spiritual discipline.

The word 'psychic' conjures up all kinds of images - of ghosts and spirit-talkers, magic and rituals, tables that move by themselves, spoon-bending, Out of Body or Near Death Experiences (OBE/NDE), channeling and mediums, gypsies, fortune-tellers and curses, even UFO’s and abductions. While every psychic invites and will have some of these experiences - so does everyone else!

Being psychic is as natural as breathing. We’re all psychic. If you can learn to add and subtract, you can learn to sense, to see, feel, hear, smell, taste ALL of the energies that affect your life - and then you can learn how to move the energy around you to get what you want from your life. All it takes is a willingness to notice - and to act on what you notice.

Time and again, my dedication to applying the art of noticing in my own life has literally saved the day. A few years ago I neatly avoided a pickpocket - felt the dark energy coming at me and reacted to it in time to save my purse. We recently caught a very unusual and apparently difficult-to-detect fraud through our web site. The credit card companies were shocked when we reported it - "No one catches these things on just two transactions! How did you do it?" Simple, we noticed our reaction when the first order came through and when the second came in, it stood out like a sore thumb - to us. We allow ourselves to be all that we are, all the time. And we are psychic.

So are you. When you allow it.

Being psychic is in all of us. Living psychic requires a little practice and a big change in personal beliefs. It all starts by accepting that being psychic is as natural as breathing and living psychic is worthwhile.

Good Luck! Tell us what happened when you tried the exercise.

Author's Bio: 

Danielle Daoust is
the webmaster at http://www.globalpsychics.com
and a practicing psychic for more than 25 years.

Email danielle@globalpsychics.com
or phone 1-888-509-9999.