Did you ever…
“have a feeling” that something was wrong with a loved one, then find out later you were right?
“dream” (whether awake or asleep) of a deceased loved one, and it felt “real” somehow?
experience “déja-vu” – the feeling you’ve been there before, doing the same thing?
see a ghost or other phenomenon you couldn’t explain?
have a dream that came true?
“feel” that you shouldn’t do something, but did it anyway, only to discover your feeling was correct?
“know” who was on the phone before you answered it (without caller ID)?

If you have experienced any of the above, you have had a psychic experience – also referred to as intuition, “gut instinct”, extra-sensory perception (ESP), telepathy (mind reading), clairvoyance (clear-seeing), clairaudience (clear-hearing), clairsentience (clear-feeling), mediumship (communication with the dead), remote viewing (psychically viewing a specific target), or simply dismissed as “coincidence”.

We are all born with an innate psychic capacity; however, just as we are not all Mozarts, we are not all destined to become professional psychics. Little children often express psychic behaviors (you probably know, for example, of a child who had – or has – an “imaginary friend”), only to be subjected to the disapproval of a parent or other withdrawal of support. Also, after they start school, these kids often suppress or forget their gifts, as they undergo stimulation of the left (linear, logical) side of their brains and/or realize that not everyone can do or see the things they can.

All ancient societies had “seers” believed to be capable of perceiving or manipulating extrasensory information, who were responsible for divining the future or interpreting “omens”.

Many people believe that Jesus was the most gifted prophet of all time. Not only could he foretell the future, he also had the ability to heal. Numerous other prophets (psychics) – Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Jeremiah, for example – are written about in the Bible, yet many churches today deny or even condemn psychic talents.

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, seances became very popular. Beginning in 1927 at Duke University,
J. B. Rhine studied and documented “psi” phenomena for decades. Psychic abilities have in fact been demonstrated in thousands of controlled studies around the world; the literature on the subject is vast. In the mid-20th Century, the U. S. Department of Defense sponsored a then-secret “spy” protocol called Remote Viewing, which strove to develop teachable methods of gathering intelligence data psychically.

We constantly hear of the crucial need to exercise in order to enhance our physical abilities. The same is true for our psychic abilities, as well. Take a psychic development class (which I highly recommend, because of the encouraging feedback one gets in a “live” situation), watch a video, do the exercises available on my website (and many others – do an Internet search), or read one of the many books on the subject. It’s all about focus, intention, attention, and practice, practice, practice!

Psychic ability is a natural gift we all have – exercise it to realize your full potential. Most importantly, be open to and support the children in your life, as they explore and manifest their abilities. Remember – Everybody’s Psychic!

Caryl Dennis has been a Professional Psychic for over 19 years and is the author of 8 books and research projects. Website: www.RainbowsUnlimited.com. 727-441-2270, caryl@rainbowsunlimited.com

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Caryl Dennis has been a Professional Psychic for over 19 years and is the author of 8 books and research projects. Website: www.RainbowsUnlimited.com. 727-441-2270, caryl@rainbowsunlimited.com