Sunday, March 31, 2013
How To Boost Your Psychic Ability
Whether you're looking to enhance your ability to divine the future, communicate with the deceased or tap your psi to heal others, there are a few basic steps you can take to increase your ability. Believe it or not, the first, and most important step you can take doesn't start with the mind. It starts with the vehicle through which the mind exists: The body. If the body is in a state of disrepair, or disharmony, it will not function optimally. Therefore, it is important that you keep your body healthy and strong so that it can provide the best foundation for your mind to grow. Think of the body as being the soil for the seeds of the mind to grow in. Nourish the soil, and the plants will grow. Neglect the soil, and the plants may still grow, but they won't grow to their full potential and will certainly produce far less desirable results. If you want a strong psi, your best bet is to start with a healthy, strong body. Since we're on the subject of healthy bodies, I would like to add that part of being healthy is being conscious about what goes into your body. You want to avoid toxins such as cigarette smoke, drugs and anything in excess. These things pollute and harm your body and quite simply, will get in the way of any serious psi endeavor.
Proper nutrition, adequate rest and plenty of exercise are an important part of maintaining healthy body. But there are two things that many people overlook when considering the overall health of the mind/ body system: Hydration and Oxygenation. The body is an amazing complex electrical system, comprised of 80% water and billions of neurons and nerve cells that work together to create our complete sensory experience of the world. Our bodies are designed to mix just the right amount of water and oxygen to keep those electrical systems working their best. So it makes sense then, that we should keep our bodies adequately hydrated and oxygenated. Drinking plenty of water throughout the day is a sure and easy way of staying hydrated. But how exactly does one "oxygenate" the body? Exercise and proper breathing both provide the best way to oxygenate the body properly. Exercise forces the body to take in more air, increasing oxygen throughout the body. Deep breathing techniques accomplish the same, but don't have the added bonus of burned calories, a strengthened and toned body and overall general fitness that simple deep breathing does. However, it does induce a deep state of relaxation which is definitely conducive to working with psi. A combination of both good exercise and time spent doing some simple deep breathing should yield some very satisfactory results.
Now that you've taken care of the body, it's time to turn your attention to the mind. The old cliche, "Practice makes Perfect" is absolutely true here. If you don't work on developing your skills, you won't progress. But where does one begin? At the beginning of course! The best way to start out is to work on meditation. Daily meditation (even if just for 10 minutes at a time) can reduce blood pressure, lower anxiety levels and train the brain to work in a more relaxed state, which is where psi stems from. To boost your ability, start with a minimum daily meditation practice and gradually increase the amount of time you meditate over time. This will not only help you gain control over your thoughts, but allow you to "program" yourself to enter into stillness whenever needed.
Once you've gotten really good at meditating, it's time to get a little more involved. Begin by keeping a journal of all your "impressions" on things, both good and bad. So if you meet someone for the first time, record what you thought of them and any other impressions or information you may have gotten. Do the same for any deja'vu, gut feelings and dreams. Keeping a journal allows you to obtain greater insights into things you may have otherwise just dismissed and trains you to pay attention to those psi impressions, rather than just dismissing them. Once you've gotten good at your journal work, move on to divining. Develop a daily practice of using a form of divination, whether it is a Tarot deck, pendulum or a set of runes. Keep your questions simple and to the point. Record your results. You'll find that as you practice, it will become almost secondary and you will eventually get to the point, where you can ask a question and not even need the tool for the answer. Remember that each tool is simply an extension of your mind, a link if you will between your subconscious and the information that is already available to you.
Last but not least, learn to listen. And by listen, I don't just mean with your ears. Learn to pay attention to the subtle hints that the universe often throws out at you. Some people call them synchronicities, others call them signs. But whatever they are called, those little random events that scream to you to pay attention, are there for a reason. And once you learn to read the patterns, a whole new world of understanding will open up.
So take care of your body, watch your water and oxygen intake and spend time daily in practice and you will not only be able to increase your psi ability, but enrich your experience in daily life as well.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Monday, March 25, 2013
Over the years, I've encountered the issue of when to divulge psychic information I get to people I don't know, and when to stay silent. This issue has caused me a lot of grief in the past, and there have been many times when I have said something, only to get myself in trouble or held things back only to feel resounding guilt later on for having stayed silent. I've decided recently, that since premonitions (impressions, whatever you wish to call them) are truly sacred messages, that I would adopt the practice of speaking up when the need arises. I can't help how someone responds to the information, but I can help how I present it. I've found that how you present the information greatly depends upon WHO you are presenting it to. If you're approaching a total stranger, it's best to be very subtle. For example, if you have a premonition of someone falling down a flight of stairs, you may want to simply suggest they use the handrails when using the stairs in the future, instead of blurting out, "Hey, I had a premonition that you are going to fall down the stairs". Most folks will consider your words just friendly advice, and it may even help them out. If you're talking to someone you know very well and they are aware of your abilities, then perhaps a less subtle approach would be more appropriate, though be sure to remind yourself and the other person, that premonitions are only glimpses of potential events based upon a current reality and that they are not carved in stone. If we are to truly believe int he sacredness of the messages, then we should also accept that the message could be sent to create different outcome. So if you "see" someone having an "accident" and you warn them, the accident may or may not occur based on other events and that their extra caution may be all it takes to prevent it.
By speaking up, you are allowing the sacredness of intuition to help others and guide them toward a (hopefully) brighter future. If someone reacts to your wisdom badly, just remember that each person is an individual and that some people just don't have room in their universal viewpoint to account for such things. Let it go. Their path is for them to walk. Just stay true to your own path and you'll find that the joys of the universe will open up even more fully.
Friday, March 15, 2013
Friday, March 8, 2013
Ten Tips to Make Your Life Better:
1. Choose friends who make you laugh, not cry.
2. Do something you love every day.
3. Never be afraid to start over.
4. Speak your mind.
5. Love unconditionally.
6. Don't judge others. Instead, try to see the lesson in their faults. There is always something to learn.
7. Treat your body like a temple. That way, there's always room to worship.
8. Connect with nature. She has much to teach.
9. Learn to forgive.
and last but not least, Love yourself. No one can do it better than you.