posted on May, 29 2008 @ 05:25 AM
In my late twenties I began experiencing a large number of clairvoyant dreams that really rattled me. I find the concept of clarivoyence to be a bit
disturbing in that it implies the strong existance of fate and inevitability, but here were these dreams. The funny thing is that as I recognized the
events as they were happening from my dream, I could never get ahead of things to make any difference. The scene would unfold and I would know what
was going to happen just a split second before the event, but not enough time to make a difference. It is a very rattling experience.
This lead me to begin to question my sanity. While I think telepathy and clairvoyance are possible, it also seems like madness, and I didn't feel I
could accept these things without seriously questioning my sanity. In the end, I decided to trust my own perceptions, and admit that many of these
phenomenon were in fact real, and should be looked at as credible.
I can't control these events, and I don't know how I could prove their reality, but that seems to be the nature of the game, and I am not sure I
should if I could. Most of these experiences have been going on since I was a child. Yes, I hear voices in my head that come out of nowhere, usually
as a result of someone’s emotions going off somewhere nearby, who happens to be able to send out psychic vibes when they experience highly emotional
situations. There are random thoughts that always seem to be floating in the air, but they are easy to turn out. Occasionally, I will hear a voice
that seems to come from a physical object, that is actually carried by the airwaves, but it is not really audible. Some how I can distinguish these
voices from the real thing, but these are scary experiences. Mostly when I hear voices that seem to be carried on the air they only manage to make a
grunt or other sound, sometimes a word.
Are these thing real or figments of my imagination, I can not say, but often times I am able to guide my decisions by this phenomenon, and that
usually works very well. There are times when I ignore what these things are telling me, and I pay the consequences.
Schizophrenia is a very real, broad category of mental illness, and I suspect many diagnosed with schizophrenia are probably psychics who are unable
to control their perceptions, and become overwhelmed by them. There are still, many people whose minds are damaged and suffer from legitimate mental
illnesses. I also have to wonder how many people have had their brains shattered by psychic attacks.
I also started experiencing dealing with psychic attacks since a young age. There are many elements out there, good and bad. It seems to me that
over the last few years, the efforts to wield psychic power have been stepped up, and there seems to be some sort of concerted effort going on to
exert psychic influence over people. Anyone else been experiencing this type of ongoing conflict?
I think most people have some level of psychic ability. This is an experiment most people can easily try. Have you ever noticed that if you look at
someone, become aware of them, even from a distance, where there are many people around, most people will pick up on this and turn and look at you
instinctively, even if they had been facing the other direction when you began to concentrate on them. Go to some event, pick out someone and think
about them, and a fairly high percentage of the time, they will stop and look in your direction, and pick you out of the crowd and look at you, with
an awareness of your attention.