Are you psychic? A good question you might like to ask yourself!
When I first experienced a precognitive dream in 1973, I had absolutely no conscious idea of what was happening, and at the time had never heard of the word “psychic”. Later, I sought out a psychic clairvoyant who offered some predictions, but it wasn’t until I found myself immersed in the spiritualist scene in Sydney, NSW in the 1970’s and 80’s that I came to fully understand just what “psychic” really meant. This was indeed a powerful and fulfilling learning experience.
Psychic development can mean sitting in groups and developing the senses, understanding what chakras and energy centres in the body mean, studying ESP, clairvoyance, mediumship, the paranormal and more.
There is also a more scientific aspect to these phenomena, as applied by the military, parapsychological societies, and psychic research groups. Edgar Cayce, known as the “sleeping prophet”, has an extensive data base of literature through the Association for Research Enlightenment.
The Hopi Indians of North America, a deeply spiritual and respectful group of indigenous people, knew the answers about psychic phenomena without needing extensive study.
During the 1980’s through to 1996 I offered psychic consultations (which I no longer offer) and enjoyed sharing these experiences, whilst also encouraging others to become seekers of truth. Today, the Universal Spiritual Brother & Sisterhood Spiritual Light teachings have further developed my understanding, especially from the higher spirit realms, of just what “psychic” really means.
Sample extract from the PSYCHIC SELECTION
2. Spiritual Light:1138 - A Little About the Psychic Centers Click here
The psychic centers - or “chakras” as some call them - are especially sensitive regions in the physical [earthly] body that serve, among other things, as what might be described as receiving centers and storehouses of vital life force [913:3]. (In our opinion, psychic centers is the more descriptive term.) We usually receive this vital life force when we breathe air into our lungs. From the lungs, the blood stream carries this subtle substance, this vital energy, to the psychic centers, and to every other cell and organ in the body.
The seven psychic centers, or regions of particular receptivity, are: the center of the forehead, the top of the head, the back of the head, the base of the spine, the reproductive organs, the solar plexus, and the throat. Proper breathing exercises will stir the psychic centers to greater activity, thus making us [temporarily] more receptive, consciously or unconsciously, to spirit impressions and manifestations, including communication. One simple exercise we recommend is this:
Inhale steadily and deeply, filling the lower part of the lungs
Perform the cycle seven times, inhaling and exhaling through the nostrils, and doing each of the four phases of the cycle to a count of seven. Then breathing deeply and slowly, try to center your consciousness on the psychic centers - one center at a time, of course.”