The word psychic (from the Greek psychikos—”of the soul, mental”) refers to a claimed ability to perceive information hidden from the normal senses through extrasensory perception, or to people said to have such abilities.
It can also denote an ability of the mind to influence the world physically and to the telekinetic powers professed by those such as Uri Geller.
A large industry exists whereby psychics provide advice and counsel to clients. I have personally been to an amazing psychic and had great results. Critics attribute psychic powers to intentional trickery or self-delusion.
In actual fact we do all have the ability to increase our ‘powers’ of psychic ability.
Some of us are clairvoyant – can see things, some are clairauditory – can hear things and some of us are clairsentient – can feel things.
Through practise we can hone in on our senses and become more sensitive.
How To Enhance Your Psychic Ability
For example; go into a room, sit in a quiet place and concentrate on the noises around you. Listen to the clicking of the wooden floorboards, the cracking of the fire, just notice all the noises inside the room with you.
Then notice the noises outside of the room, maybe in the room next door. Maybe you can hear a member of your family speaking, someone on the telephone.
Then extend your awareness to outside, maybe listen to noises in your garden, a waterhose. Then the street you are living in. Maybe you can hear the cars in your street.
Then expand your awareness and try to listen to the noises in your neighbourhood, then expand to the noises in your city, imagine what you would be hearing in your country. Expand your awareness so you can hear the noises from the whole world.
Then bring your awareness back to your country, your city, your neighbourhood, your street, the garden, the room next door, then back to the room you are in.
Then come back to now. By doing this exercise you are practising better hearing, and you can do this with other senses too.
As with anything, some things are a natural gift and some things we have to work on to master the art. Our senses are there for us to use and play with, so why not enhance what we have been given?