Psychic - what does it really mean?

When you look at the term psychic it presents so many different types of psychic and the word itself means something very different to everyone. If you are a psychic, this can be your vocation, your day job, or an ability that you simply know you have; whether or not you use it or ignore it, you simply know it’s there.

If you are a psychic believer

Then you also know that these skills exist, you will most likely have had some paranormal experience. This can be interaction with a professional psychic, some inkling of your own latent  abilities or simply feeling incredible drawn to the psychic, supernatural and paranormal.

If you are a sceptic then the term can cause everything from mockery and irritation to outright outrage and some quite serious outbursts and reactions. Yet we accept that there needs to be this to create a universal balance.

Psychic information

The dictionary refers to the term as the following:

  • of or pertaining to the human soul or mind; mental ( opposed to physical)
  • outside of natural or scientific knowledge; spiritual.
  • of or pertaining to some apparently non physical force or agency: psychic research; psychic phenomena.
  • sensitive to influences or forces of a nonphysical or supernatural nature

Have a look at our glossary and FAQ pages for even more information should you wish to learn more. It’s important to know that not all sites are the same in the same way that not all paranormal abilities are the same. When you start looking at different abilities and how this latent power is accessible within all of us and the real difference is only how we come to that awareness.

Nowadays even presidents, vice-presidents, and heads of big agencies are opening their minds to accept psychic phenomena, because they know it works.

Uri Geller

The above will either generate a nod of the head, a question or an outburst; it’s certainly something to think of


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