What Psychic Ability Will Help You?

What Psychic Ability Will Help You?

Psychic Dictionary

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Air Signs:
The three air signs of the zodiac are Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius. Air Signs are communicative, intellectual and have clarity of thought. People with an abundance of Air in their chart tend to have their head in the clouds.

Angels:
Angels were created at the beginning of time. They don’t die, and never will until the end of the present Universe. Angels are ageless and sexless, although they can take male or female forms when necessary – or they can take the forms of animals. Their purpose on earth is to bring messages from the Absolute to all earthly life forms, and provide aid and assistance when necessary

Ankh:
An ancient Egyptian symbol for life, composed of a circle set atop a T-cross formation. The origins of the ankh are lost in the shadows of antiquity.

Astrology:
The science of mapping the positions of the planets, the twelve signs of the zodiac that contain them, and the twelve mathematically-calculated houses of the horoscope at the exact moment of birth in order to discern the lifetime potential of the individual involved.

Aura:
The electromagnetic field that surrounds every living being. People with keen psychic abilities often can see auras. The auric field around human beings is shaped like a gigantic egg, with the narrow part of the egg at the head area and the widest part at the feet. An aura can be any one or several of the seven colors of the CHAKRA, and some experts say that there can also be a few in-between colors, such as pink.

Automatism:
Spontaneous verbal or motor behavior performed unconsciously. In spiritism, it refers to the techniques of automatic writing or painting. A trance medium or even an ordinary person in an altered state of consciousness transfers communications from the spirit world to paper or canvas. One famous example was the English medium Rosemary Brown. Through automatic piano playing, she received musical inspiration from the spirit of late composer Franz Liszt, who also introduced her to other famous composers in the spirit world.

Birth Chart:
A birth chart is a basic tool of astrology which uses the date, time and place of an individual’s birth to show the positions of the planets in the signs and houses at the time of birth.

Cards:
Cards are used for learning, for meditation focusing, and also for games. Some believe that it is only recently that cards have been used for divination, but we don’t really know that for sure. The most popular card system for divination and for meditation is the Tarot, and some decks, based on specific cultures and/or mythologies, are also valuable learning materials.

Chakra:
Chakras are vortexes of energy present in the energy centers of the body. The chakras are not physical, but they function as pathways for energy to be taken in. There are seven chakras and each one is associated with a section of the body, as well as assigned emotions, thoughts and functions within the body. Chakras are assigned a color, which is displayed in a person’s aura, and can help to reveal a person’s spiritual and physical health, as well as one’s karma.

Chakra Balancing:
A term used by psychic and energy healers. According to this concept, illness is the result of the imbalance of the humors and energies of the body.

Channeling:
A phenomenon that occurs when a disembodied entity speaks through a living human being. Such an entity can be an angel (usually a higher entity), an Ascended Master, or simply a wise and aware human being who has departed this earth. The entity being channeled can use speech, automatic writing, or, in rare cases, tools such as Ouija boards.

Channel Medium:
A sensitive and often very psychic person who has been chosen by a specific otherworldly entity to take that entity’s message to other living human beings.

Circle:
A circle these days is a gathering of usually like minded people who sit to promote contact with a higher order or general discarnate spirit, loves ones etc, the focus is the usually seven people can also be for healing of self people they know or to the world or effected part.

Clairaudience:
A form of channeling. Usually clairaudience is defined as the perception of messages in thought forms from an entity that exists in another realm. The person receiving these messages “hears” the messages in their mind or externally. Though words or songs may actually be heard the same way one “hears” a phrase or song running through their heads, the thought itself may be all that’s transmitted depending on the strength of connection or conditions.

Clairsentience:
A clairsentient or clairsentient medium is an empathic person who is able to experience and translate all kinds of energies. Its a kind of just knowing being infused with instant knowledge. When picking up on negative emotions, a clairsentient may feel sick, while a positive experience may feel like sheer joy, or feeling safe and secure.

Clairvoyance:
Literally, “clear sight.” The psychic ability or power to acquire information, or to see objects, animals or people, in spite of any distance involved, and, in the case of a person or animal, to judge its present condition or emotional state. The clairvoyant can also pick up on past or future events. Clairvoyance is often used as a general term encompassing phenomena such as telepathy, second sight, prophetic visions, and dreams. Clairvoyance can be objective or subjective or a projection from the third eye.

Clairvoyant:
A psychic with the ability to use clairvoyance.

Crystal Ball:
A ball made usually of quartz crystal that enables certain psychics to focus their clairvoyance and come up with visions or the answers to a client’s question. Some clairvoyants report actually seeing visions within the crystal.

Deja Vu:
Refers to the feeling of repeating an experience when it is impossible to have had this experience before. Neuropsychology explains it with a misfiring of the nerve connections in the brain, which leads the brain to believe there’s a repetition. In parapsychology, however, the phenomenon is associated with visionary abilities or resurfacing past-life experiences.

Direct Voice:
Direct Voice, also known as “Direct Independent Voice,” refers to a voice manifesting in a given space without any obvious physical or logical source. The phenomenon is associated with spiritualist seances, during which the medium appears to control the voice.

Dream Interpretation:
Analyzing symbols appearing in dreams in order to resolve a problem, put the dreamer in touch with his or her inner self, discern repressed thoughts, diagnose possible illnesses, unscramble a warning, or foretell the future. The practice of dream interpretation goes all the way back to ancient times. Perhaps the most well-known interpreter of dreams was the Biblical patriarch, Joseph.

Earth Signs:
The three earth signs include Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn. Earth signs are sensual and love luxury. They are industrious and get the job done.

Empath:
A person who has the ability to sense and/or understand emotions from another person or animal, which includes stimulation to any or all of the five senses, as well as the sixth sense, without being verbally informed and/or without palpable visual clues. Many empaths are able to tune into people in places far away from them.

ESP (Extrasensory Perception):
The ability to pick up on thoughts, emotions, events, locations, and illnesses that aren’t readily apparent on a visual, auditory, or other sensory level. Telepathy, clairvoyance, clairaudience, and other phenomena such as channeling or automatic writing are often classified under the category of ESP.

Feng Shui:
“The forces of the universe.” A method of interior design incorporating natural forces and energy flows in order to raise our quality of life. Feng Shui methods concentrate on prosperity, relationships, helpful people, new knowledge, family, children, fame and career success.

Fire Signs:
The three fire signs include Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius. Fire signs are known for their explosive, energetic nature – and fickle tendencies.

Ghost:
The spirit of a person, who has died on the material plane, yet does not move on to the higher realms. Ghosts sometimes stay behind because (a) they have died suddenly and/or violently and don’t know they’re dead; (b) feel too attached to places where they were happy; and/or (c) are still looking or waiting for people who have also died, but have moved on. (2) An image or imprint on the ethers of a traumatic and violent event, which keeps repeating itself again and again, like a video tape. (3) A person who has died and moved on to the higher planes, yet comes back to warn or otherwise look after someone whom they loved who is now in trouble.

Guide:
In parapsychology, the term can refer to a so-called spirit guide, usually an entity that hovers around the medium and helps him or her to find the sought-after information. Deceased friends or relatives often appear as guides to give advice to normal people in difficult times, whether through dreams or paranormal phenomena.

Horoscope:
A horoscope is a two-dimensional depiction of star and planet positions as seen, three-dimensionally, at a given time and from a given place on Earth. Astrology assumes that the planet positions at the beginning of a life, event, or process can implicate the eventual outcome.

Intuitive:
A person who can pick up on the thoughts and feelings of other life forms, as well as signals of nature. While all psychics are intuitives, not all intuitives are psychics. Psychics tend to get more specific detail, while intuitives work primarily with emotions. Intuitives are also often healers. They can prove invaluable in cases where there’s no discernible cause for pain or discomfort because they can sense what exactly is going on and thus are in a better position to know what the healer should focus on.

Karma:
“Action.” Karma is a word describing the belief among ancient religious traditions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Kabbalism and many pagan sects, which basically states that “what goes around, comes around,” from incarnation to incarnation.

Major Arcana:
The twenty-two Tarot trumps, starting with The Fool and climaxing with The World. Drawn upon ancient archetypes and compiled into a system in the Middle Ages, the Major Arcana illustrate various individuals, concepts, and life situations that most people will have to encounter at some point in their lives. In a Tarot reading, the trumps are generally related to the most important life events – those involving humanity, the world and its life forms, customs, laws, and other major sociological issues.

Minor Arcana:
The fifty-six Tarot cards outside of the Major Arcana, including the Court Cards, and categorized in terms of the four suits and numbered from one (Ace) to ten. The Minor Arcana descended from the original game pack, which is believed to have arisen in China, where paper was invented, in about 800 A.D. When the game pack was combined with the Major Arcana and the practice of card divination became widespread, the Minor Arcana began to represent events in the course of the life of the individual. This continues to be the practice even today.

Medium:
Now more popularly called a Channel. A person whose mind can pierce the veil between this world and the next, and talk to the dead, though some mediums also claim to talk to angels and Ascended Masters. Mediums are most often called upon by people who wish to seek guidance or comfort from friends, relatives, or, in some cases, spiritual leaders who have passed on. Often mediums are consulted in order to clear haunted buildings of spirits who are earthbound – who either aren’t ready to leave the earth or don’t know that they are dead. In a few cases, there have been murder victims who have helped to solve their own murders through mediums.

Near-Death Experience:
An experience where a person either comes close to death, or actually dies, and then returns to the body.

Numerology:
The study of numbers and their occult meanings. The science of numerology is based on the premise that the full name a person was given at birth, as well as the day, month, and year that person was born, exert a strong influence on character, personality and events occurring during the course of your lifetime.

Opposition Aspect:
An opposition aspect is an arc of 180° , so planets are opposite each other if they are six star signs apart. An opposition is often indicative of tension.

Psychometry:
The ability to touch or hold an object, stand in a specific place, and/or touch the body of a person and sense the energy encircling that person, place or thing.

Palmistry:
The science of determining personality characteristics and the overall life potential of a human being by reading the lines and other characteristics of their hands. The left hand is said to reflect the individual’s potential, while the right hand shows what the person does with that potential.

Paranormal:
“Outside the normal.” An adjective that describes anything that cannot be explained in light of present knowledge, including ghosts, extrasensory perception, dowsing, astral projection, UFO etc.

Past Lives:
Many cultures all over the world have, for millennia, accepted the notion that we have lived before, and, after we die, will live again, reborn in different bodies. See Reincarnation.

Poltergeist:
“Noisy ghost.” Whenever strange physical phenomena occur, such as objects flying through the air for no apparent reason, windows becoming blackened by an indefinable substance, or lights going on and off with no human hand controlling them, this is known as “poltergeist phenomena.”

Possession:
The taking over of the body of a living person by a demon, angel, or departed soul, for whatever purpose. Mediums often leave themselves open to possession, at least for a limited amount of time, whenever they allow their spirit guides to speak through them.

Premonition:
A powerful intuitive feeling that something momentous and important is going to happen. The individual experiencing a premonition does not necessarily have to be psychic, or clairvoyant, or even a lesser intuitive.

Psychic:
From Greek “psyche,” meaning soul. An individual with exceptional gifts for telepathy, clairvoyance, mediumship or prophecy. A sensitive who can intuit and reveal the future, or facts, thoughts, and feelings unknown to him or her. In the past, most people have been skeptical or even hostile in their opinions about psychics, but psychics are now being vindicated by carefully controlled scientific experiments.