Have you ever wondered if you have psychic ability? Have you had paranormal experiences in the past but didn't understand what was happening let alone how to explain to others what you experienced?
Do you find:
- You know something will occur in the future when there's no natural way for you to have known that would happen or even have made an educated guess?
- You experience deja vu and the feeling as if you have been someplace before, but you haven't? You also feel very comfortable in certain places or with certain people as if you knew them prior, but didn't.
- You have spot-on intuition and gut feelings? You seem to know who is calling or texting before they do. Or, you can sense something off about a given situation and your sense turns out to be accurate.
- You have visions or dreams of future events? This pre-cognition, prediction, or premonition is a deep knowing of an event without having that event have occurred yet.
- You experience telepathy or mind-to-mind communication? You are not reading someone's thoughts, but you can read their energetic conversation.
- You experience psychometry? By touching an object, you can intuit information about the owner even without ever having met the person.
- You know something is wrong with someone you love but aren't physically with that person or have any way of knowing, yet you do?
Here's the definition of the word "psychic" for additional clarification:
adjective, Also, psychical
1. of or relating to the human soul or mind; mental (opposed to physical).
2. Psychology. pertaining to or noting mental phenomena.
3. outside of natural or scientific knowledge; spiritual.
4. of or relating to some apparently nonphysical force or agency: psychic research; psychic phenomena.
5. sensitive to influences or forces of a nonphysical or supernatural nature.
6. a person who is allegedly sensitive to psychic influences or forces; medium.
From Greek psukhikos of the soul or life.
Word Origin and History for psychic:
adj. 1872, "of or pertaining to the human soul" (earlier psychical, 1640s), fromGreek psykhikos "of the soul, spirit, or mind" (opposed to somatikos), also(New Testament) "concerned with the life only, animal, natural," frompsykhe "soul, mind, life" (see psyche ). Meaning "characterized by psychicgifts" first recorded 1871.
n. "a medium;" 1870; see psychic (adj.).