Monday, June 06, 2005

"Psychic-ness"

I just finished reading Sylvia Browne's book "Secrets and Mysteries of the World", which was interesting but not any more revealing to me than "Chariots of the Gods" was. Unfortunately I forget the authors name... Eric Something. However, books are not today's topic.

I got to thinking about why I find psychics, ESP, ghosts, etc. rather fascinating. I do not doubt that Ms. Browne and many other people have the talent to see and hear other-wordly things. It's rather like being good at math, or able to draw really well ( 2 things I suck at ). I suppose that's why I find the subject interesting. I am not very intuitive and I have never "felt" anything, so I think that I have the psychic ability of plastic.

I have heard all about famous haunted places and I wouldn't mind visiting them, just for curiousity's sake. I'd love to stay on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA. It would be neat to be on the historic ship, but I doubt anything interesting would happen. I'd probably be so astonished, that I'd be scared, or fascinated, or both.

Graveyards at night hold no terror for me, except the physical. With my bad knees, occasional vertigo, and ability to trip on spit I would probably wind up getting hurt somehow. Conversations with the departed inhabitants would be interesting, and a way to kill time until the paramedics arrive. However my time killers would be to sit there, cold and more than likely damp, and very bored.

So how about it? Any "sensitive" people around? Or any others like me, who's psychic talent is about on par with the psychic talent of Tupperware?

Comments:
I get gut feelings sometimes and have learned to trust them, but other than that I'm Tupperware. I'm also a bad drawer and mathematician :)

My grandmother and Tim have seen things that make me believe in that sort of thing. Neither one of them are the type to make stuff up. I find it very interesting, too.
 
Gut feelings all the way.

And the person that would have the most interesting story for you would be my dad, ask him about his ghost sighting.
 
I like to think that I'm pretty good at drawing and I was a math major in college. However, I can't say that I've ever communicated with the departed. I did, however, get a really bad vibe from a guy while we both entered the library. Something about him just didn't feel right. After checking the terminal for the book I was looking for (he was at the terminal next to mine,) we both went to the same section of the library. He found his book and left, while I was still looking for mine. The terminal said the book was in stock, so I went back to the terminal to make sure I was in the right section. While I was looking up my book, he was leaving the library with his book. It turns out that my book was no longer available the second time I checked. That guy had taken my book! I don't know why I got a bad feeling about him, but it happened.
 
I've seen ghosts of people I know, I'm a professional psychic.... I believe everyone has the talent, it just needs to be nurtured. Everyone can do anything they want if they choose to nurture the ability. Doesn't mean everyone will be an Einstein, or Michelangelo, but with practice one can show some skills in any field, IMHO.

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