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Psychic Children- develop, encourage and teach them sixth sense tools

on Tue, 06/14/2011 - 00:58

Some parents discourage a child’s talk of “seeing” long gone relatives or disapprove of their children talking about comforting words of advice in a dream. Dismissing such claims is a disservice to the child in both the long and short term.

Life can be a challenge at best and just having a well-developed sixth sense is, at times, most of what we need in life to choose the right place to live, our life’s work and our life-long partner.

Since children are the most psychic beings in the world, they can easily see past the veil and become accustomed to doing so on a daily basis.

Psychic Development Made Quick and Easy- Through Energy Adjustment

on Mon, 05/23/2011 - 20:15

Jump-start your psychic development by using your own energy as a sixth sense tool. It’s simple, easy and effective.

All you need do, is take a moment to assess how your energy feels. Close your eyes. Does your energy feel strong, weak, chaotic or balanced? If your energy feels strong, really alive and balanced, you’re doing well and psychic development should progress nicely on its own with little direction and focus. But, if your energy feels sluggish, chaotic or generally dull, you need to change it because negative energy is downward flowing energy.

Recreation as a Psychic Development Tool

on Wed, 05/04/2011 - 23:11

Here are just four of the many reasons why recreation is so important for psychic development. Read them, think about them and never feel guilty about having fun again.

1. Energy circulation. Any form of healthy recreation, such as playing a sport or a musical instrument, dancing, taking a walk, cooking, drawing, singing or taking a leisure drive, allows your body, mind and spirit to relax. As you relax, you loosen the aura and open the chakras. Energy begins to freely circulate in and around the body faster and more rhythmically.

2. “Re-creating” yourself. When you are engaged in

Why Do We Have To Suffer So Much?

on Tue, 04/19/2011 - 01:45

We all have to suffer. It’s a very cold hearted fact of life but, as the popular saying goes, “it is what it is.”

          Everyone- from the sweetest little boy to the oldest and kindest lady, has to suffer. No one escapes the losses, hardships, sickness and death. The long and short of it is, if we live here in this world, we suffer.

          Why do we have to suffer? There is an inward and outward spiritual reason for suffering. Suffering is supposed to build your character, helping to make you a stronger and better person.

Rainy Days and Sixth Sense Development

on Thu, 03/24/2011 - 22:32

Some people feel sad and unproductive on cloudy or rainy days. Although it is a common societal feeling to react that way, it really is foolish to get too caught up in nature’s necessary balancing cycles.

          Try to remember that every day is a snapshot of the ongoing infinite changes to be experienced by all of us as nature’s precious creation.

          Probably the easiest and most productive way to handle the rainy day blues is to pre-plan what you will do on such a day, not just as a distraction but as part of your on-going sixth sense development.

Everyday Life and the Sixth Sense

on Thu, 03/17/2011 - 22:59

I was recently at a bank handling business when another patron arrived after me.

The employee was new and, therefore, not familiar with the unusual client issues, requiring some extra time to acquaint herself with the matter.

The whole appointment didn’t take long, maybe 10 minutes, but just as we were finishing up business, the patron who arrived after me said, “I won’t hate you for this.”

Why would anyone even think like that? A short wait in a bank could cause someone to think such negative thoughts?

How to Squash Sixth Sense Abilities

on Thu, 03/10/2011 - 14:14

Most of what I write and what other authors write about sixth sense development focus on how to develop the sixth sense. Let’s look at the opposite way of developing the sixth sense. Instead of what develops it, what actually hinders your sixth sense abilities? The five biggest offenders follow:

1. Inviting negativity of any kind into your life.

2. Skimping on sleep.

3. Eating junk food.

4. Blocking yourself from allowing newness into your life.

5. Not believing the sixth sense is at work for even the little things in our life.

We are all a little guilty of the blockers, but let’s try

Go Within

on Thu, 03/03/2011 - 00:03

You often hear “go within, the answers are there,” which means your inner voice contains the information you need to help with life’s crises, large and small.

Some people get discouraged, claiming to not be able to hear the voice because answers do not “pop out” clearly and at will.

Although “going within” will bring the answers you need, you need to adhere to a program of “going within” to give it time to work and to accustom yourself to the method of response and the inward feeling that comes with it.

Even with your hectic schedule, you can go within and employ the universal

You’re Too Young to Be So Old

on Sun, 02/27/2011 - 20:23

That’s right, you’re too young to be so old when it comes to sixth sense development-- and being old, in this context, has nothing to do with chronological age.

At any age, closing yourself to the belief in the power of the unseen world closes you to opportunities and newness happening in your life.  Help with life’s problems and issues are there just for the asking, but are overlooked or discarded if you have a closed-minded or rigid belief in the vastness of the universe.

So begin right now by doing one important thing-- open your thought process to the belief that universal knowledge and

Appreciating Life

on Sun, 02/20/2011 - 14:14

Please live your life with a spirit of appreciation for all creation, from the simplest song of a little sparrow to the incomprehensible mysteries of the Universe. By living this way, your sixth sense will open to the universal consciousness.

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