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Some of us chose to develop other life skills first, whether a job, education, raising a family, or learning to play volleyball, but it’s never too late to embrace your naturally occurring and completely normal psychic abilities.

What Is Psychic? So, what is “psychic”? According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, psychic means “of or relating to the psyche.” Well, what’s the psyche? According to the same source, psyche means “soul or personality.” I like the dictionary definition because psychic abilities do actually help us understand the soul and personality of ourselves—people we know and the world around us. In layman’s terms, however, being psychic doesn’t really mean anything specific. Saying someone is psychic is similar to saying someone is brainy. Both of these terms are very broad, and the word psychic encompasses anything extraordinary and extrasensory in the human experience. Some psychics have really good intuition and seem extremely lucky, as if they’re always in the right place at the right time. Some can always tell when a person is lying. Both great life skills, wouldn’t you say? But for other people, psychic skills go much deeper and provide truly life-changing experiences. Psychics describe talking to angels and spirit guides, seeing auras, manifesting their deepest desires into reality, even reading people’s minds and emotions by empathizing with another person on a very deep level.

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The Way of the Psychic Heart, by Chad Mercree  

Developing your natural psychic abilities begins with an open heart, and the more you connect with your heart, the easier your psychic abili...

The Way of the Psychic Heart, by Chad Mercree  

Developing your natural psychic abilities begins with an open heart, and the more you connect with your heart, the easier your psychic abili...