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woman or man with some cool psychic skills. We’re all just ordinary people. We are all brothers and sisters. A common business adage is “What gets attention, gets done,” and the saying applies to everything we do. We are manifesters. We have the ability to choose what we want to do and then try to do that thing to the best of our abilities. We aren’t born with college degrees; we earn them. We (usually) aren’t born millionaires; we have to earn every dollar. It’s the same with being psychic; if we want to do well, no matter what skills we were born with, we have to practice regularly for years. If enough attention is placed on learning these skills, then our skills improve. If not, they won’t. All we have to do is practice. Practice because, just as in martial arts, you never improve your skills by thinking about how good you’ll be someday. You have to actually go out there and practice as often as you can if you hope to get better and open up to your amazing psychic potential. Most people I’ve taught to see auras start out seeing them the same way I did: whites and grays first, then colors later on. There are benchmarks along your path to show the progress you are making. Intuition is incredibly fickle and fallible at first; 50/50 or worse results are common due in large part to second-guessing by the mind. The mind will actually talk you out of the right answer time and time again. Slowly, with practice, you learn to separate your thoughts from your feelings and home in on your intuition. Eventually,

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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...