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A psychic is a person who professes an ability to perceive information hidden from the normal senses through extrasensory perception (ESP). I've read about many examples of purported psychics who turned out to be frauds. However, does that mean that no such ability exists? Putting aside the fictions you see in TV and movies, there are many examples of police using psychics to help solve crimes in real life. (Interestingly enough, police departments generally avoid sharing information about using psychics.)

There are many who often speak of an "energy" or "connection" between people. On dating websites, you often find profiles of people looking for "chemistry." Martial arts experts speak of Chi energy (aka lifeforce, vital energy, or cosmic energy) which is the source of their incredible power. In the book The Celestine Prophecy, the author claims that the universe is composed of a single source of energy, referring to the fourth insight as understanding how humans compete for this energy. This universal energy is said to flow between all living things, and that there is a constant battle between individuals stealing this vital energy from each other. When someone dominates you, they are stealing your energy (e.g., when we have feelings of weakness and disorganization, we are lacking this energy, potentially because others have stolen it from us). The goal then becomes how better to exchange energy. Clearly, we don't understand much about the human brain, but is it so hard to believe that there are people who are able to use senses and perceive energies that others cannot? Have you ever had any of these experiences?

FTA: "A "PSYCHIC" hunting the body of a missing child found the headless torso of an adult woman instead. Cheryl Carroll-Lagerwey discovered the woman near a park creek after searching for Kiesha Abrahams, six, following a gruesome vision. Aboriginal elder Cheryl said: "I had a dream about a little girl being murdered and that her body was about here."

Psychic finds wrong corpse


Original posting by Braincrave Second Life staff on Aug 15, 2010 at http://www.braincrave.com/viewblog.php?id=293

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