Message from God: book 3/113
You all have what you call “psychic power.” It is, truly, a sixth sense. And you all have a “sixth sense” about things.
Psychic power is simply the ability to step out of your limited experience into a broader view. To step back. To feel more than what the limited individual you have imagined yourself to be would feel; to know more than he or she would know. It is the ability to tap into the larger truth all around you; to sense a different energy.
“Develop” is a good word. It’s sort of like muscles. You all have them, yet some of you choose to develop them, whereas others they remain undeveloped, and far less useful.
To develop your psychic “muscle,” you must exercise it. Use it. Everyday. All the time.
Right now the “muscle” is there, but it’s small. It’s weak. It’s under-used. So you’ll get an intuitive “hit” now and then, but you won’t act on it. You’ll get a “hunch” about something, but you’ll ignore it. You’ll have a dream, or an “inspiration,” but you’ll let it pass, paying it scant attention.
So the first step in developing psychic “power” is to know you have it, and to use it. Pay attention to every hunch you have, every feeling you feel, every intuitive “hit” you experience. Pay attention.
Then act on what you “know.” Don’t let your mind talk you out of it. Don’t let your fear pull you away from it.
The more that you act on your intuition fearlessly, the more your intuition will serve you. It was always there, only now you’re paying attention to it.
There are three rules of psychic phenomena that will allow you to understand how psychic power works.
- All thought is energy
- All things are in motion
- All time is now
Psychics are people who have opened themselves to the experiences these phenomena produce: vibrations. Sometimes formed as pictures in the mind. Sometimes a thought in the form of a word.
The psychic becomes adept at feeling these energies. This may not be easy at first, because these energies are very light, very fleeting, very subtle. Like the slightest breeze on a summer night that you think you felt rustle your hair, but maybe didn’t. Like the faintest sound in the farthest distance that you think you heard, but can’t be sure. Like the dimmest flicker of an image at the corner of your eye that you swore was there, but, when you look head on, is gone. Vanished. Was it there at all?
That’s the question the beginning psychic is always asking. The accomplished psychic never asks, because to ask the question sends the answer away. Asking the question engages the mind, and that’s the last thing a psychic want to do. Intuition does not reside in the mind. To be psychic, you’ve got to be out of your mind. Because intuition resides in the psyche. In the soul.
Intuition is the ear of the soul.
The soul is the only instrument sensitive enough to “pick up” life’s faintest vibrations, to “feel” these energies, to sense these waves in the field, and to interpret them.
You have six senses, not five. They are your sense of smell, taste, sight, hearing, and knowing. So here is how “psychic power” works.
Every time you have a thought, it sends off an energy. It is energy. The soul of the psychic picks up that energy. The true psychic will not stop to interpret it, but will probably just blurt out what the energy feels like. That’s how a psychic can tell you what you’re thinking.
Every feeling you’ve ever had resides in your soul. Your soul is the sum total of all your feelings. It is the repository. Even though it may have been years since you’ve stored them there, a psychic who is truly open can “feel” these “feelings” here and now. That’s because there’s no such thing as time.
That’s how a psychic can tell you about your “past.””Tomorrow” also does not exist. All things are occurring right now. Every occurrence sends off a wave of energy, prints an indelible picture on the cosmic photographic plate. The psychic sees, or feels, the picture of “tomorrow” as if it is happening right now, which it is. That is how some psychics tell the “future.”
How is this
done, physiologically? Perhaps without actually knowing what he’s doing, a psychic, through the act of intense focusing, is sending out an actual sub molecular component of himself. His “thought,” if you will, leaves the body, zings out into space, and goes far enough, fast enough, to be able to turn around and “see” from a distance the “now” that you have not yet experienced.
Submolecular time travel!
The psychic “gets a picture,” sometimes with a shiver, or “feels a feeling,” and tries very hard not to do any “processing” of the data, but simply, and instantly, describes it. The psychic has learned not to question what he’s “thinking” or suddenly “seeing” or “feeling,” but merely to allow it to “come through” as untouched as possible.
Weeks later, if the event pictured or “felt” actually occurs, the psychic is called a clairvoyant, which, of course, it true!
The psychic has not “predicted the future,” merely offered a glimpse of one of the “possible possibilities” observed in the Eternal Moment of Now.