How do i become or increase psychic skill?
I wanna read minds, and tell the future.
Suggestion by Peter Doswell
blessings my friend . i am a professional psychic clairvoyant medium . to increase psychic ability will take many years of learning to trust your intuition and meditation . reading peoples minds is not neccessary to be a good psychic . people are in control of their own thoughts and regardless of what you tell them can change their thoughts at any time . a good psychic will be able to tune into these thougth patterns to predict a likely outcome . however you will not know how to read someones mind with precision . predicting the future is certainly a psychic skill . this will be developed with practise, dedication and meditation . blessings . Peter Doswell
Suggestion by Super Hyper Woman
I am a psychic. If you are not a psychic then you can do a spell, or pratice
any questions just e-mail meat email@example.com
Suggestion by Graybeard
There is no such ability. Please visit WWW.CSICOP.COM and www.jref.com for information on scams of that type. If you really want to work in that field, the only requirement is the ability to look people in the eye and lie to them.
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How can an intelligent adult believe they are psychic?
Have we become more a more naive culture? Why are all these new psychics popping up all the time out of nowhere. On TV, on radio, internet, every media outlet. We now have a talent, reality show on finding the best psychic in the country! wtf. How can these people actually believe they have magical powers that they can determine if someone has a tumor simply by hearing the sound of their voice over the freaking telephone?? I dont get it, what am I missing???
Suggestion by Galactus
I knew you were going to ask me that.
Suggestion by Wootang
They don’t. It’s a business for them.
What you should be asking is how can there be people who actually believe *in* psychics… That, I have no idea…. People are naive enough to believe in anything..
Suggestion by Cindy
LOL — surely you jest! There’s money in being a “psychic,” and all you have to do is be observant and know a bit about human nature. They ARE intelligent adults, if not highly principled ones. It’s the non-psychics (the ones who pay to consult a “psychic”) who perhaps would benefit from a quick word to the wise off to the side where the psychic can’t hear (and won’t know, I promise, what is said unless she’s hired an eavesdropper).
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Isn’t it illegal to lie to get people to buy a product?
I see a lot of “psychic mediums” or “spiritual healers” on the internet claiming stuff, like they trained with masters for X amount of years — people who they literally made up. And that they had past lives, etc, etc. I mean, if one were to prove that they made all this stuff up, would they get in trouble or are they just immune to the law because their claims are unfalsifiable?
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Suggestion by Captain Obvious
Yes fraud is illegal.
But with psychic mediums and spiritual healers it becomes very difficult to prove you’ve been defrauded.
I doubt they are going to promise tangible, verifiable results. And what you are paying for isn’t a product, so much as their service. They provide that service, now it’s up to you whether you believe their claims or not. Believe the services were of use. You could say the same thing about religious groups: if they promise salvation, how on earth are you supposed to prove they didn’t give you it?
Or even, to push the idea even further, a fictional book: you read on the spine that it is the “most gripping crime novel this year”, you read it and can think of several other crime novels that year you found more gripping, does that mean they have defrauded you?
But back to the psychics, I imagine, in a court of law, it would come down to the question of if you were sceptical about their abilities, then why did you pay for their services?
Suggestion by O
well as you know there is a big difference between it being illegal and unethical
also there is proof or lack of
then we get to the loop hole of “buyer beware”
might mention also the number of lonely hearts who get ripped off by people on those internet dating sites who say oh I am young beautiful 25 yr old girl need money for grannies operation… blah blah and of course lonely old dude falls for it sends money… of course the 25 yr old girl is really an ugly oily 45 yr old man from some where like nigeria a country which specialies in this type of activity… food for thought
the line between legal ethical moral corrupt and fraudulent all lies in the domain of PROOF
you are getting into really complicated confusing areas
but it is a good question and wish you well figuring your answer
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