psychic medium

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Do you believe in psychics and/or psychic mediums?

I just wanted to see how much feedback I’d get on such a topic. Please, of you find it interesting stick with it, comment anything you’d like to share as well as experiences I’d love to know/hear all about it. Thanks!

Answer by dervish
Nah, they’re charlatans sucking money from credulous people

Answer by She Devil [Evil Atheist]
If psychics/psychic mediums were of any merit, one of them would have won James Randi’s million dollar challenge by now.

Answer by ANDRE L
Cold reading is a series of techniques used by some mentalists, psychics, fortune-tellers, mediums and illusionists to determine or express details about another person, often in order to convince them that the reader knows much more about a subject than they actually do.[1] Without prior knowledge of a person, a practiced cold reader can still quickly obtain a great deal of information about the subject by analyzing the person’s body language, age, clothing or fashion, hairstyle, gender, sexual orientation, religion, race or ethnicity, level of education, manner of speech, place of origin, etc. Cold readers commonly employ high probability guesses about the subject, quickly picking up on signals from their subjects as to whether their guesses are in the right direction or not, and then emphasizing and reinforcing any chance connections the subjects acknowledge while quickly moving on from missed guesses.
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Of course not.

Answer by J
No.

Answer by Ash Hole
I don’t believe in anything, though there is, in the larger picture a possibility of such things. I have had instances of knowing stuff’s going to happen more than once, myself. I put this down to some unknown factor, as regards the nature of time, rather than me being psychic.

Answer by Luke Obsidia
Not at all. Look up “cold reading” and then watch mediums to see how they put it to work.

Answer by tarotpete
Could be. I’ve never had any experience that I would categorize as paranormal. Then again, I’ve never felt the emotion of envy, although it seems prevalent.

Answer by Charles
NO
Their idealogy depends upon the person

It is a form of magic and witchcraft and was more prevelent durinmg the 1800’s and the early 1900’s whichn the entervention and the practice and the use of crystals, seances, cemetary meeting, and fortune telling, and shell prophecies.

Answer by MO
No – all charlatans after your money. Stay away from them.

Mo
An atheist

Answer by Mircat
I’ve been to some and none have ever said anything of any value to make me believe they know a darn thing.

Answer by The Skeptic
No, they’re all cons. Even if they believe what they’re doing is legit, they’re still taking advantage of gullible and desperate people, and ripping them off.

Psychics have been debunked for a long time, even by Harry Houdini who knew all the inside tricks. When psychics are put in lab conditions their powers stop working (conveniently), or their methods are exposed as fraudulent. Even the Long Island Medium (Theresa Caputo) has been exposed. But people want to believe it because it’s entertaining and mysterious to them. But if you go to a medium, listen closely, and choose your words carefully, you can tell than they’re trying to feed off of what YOU tell THEM.

Answer by SYZYGY
No. Anyone who claims to be a psychic is a fraud and should be prosecuted.

Answer by Rharbarbermarmalade
I used to – genuinely I believed in ghosts, and that people could contact them.
But then I read about cold-reading techniques, and saw some Derren Brown shows (if you don’t know of him, look him up – he’s brilliant) he doesn’t claim to be psychic and yet can appear to read people’s minds – even know their dreams. He did this documentary “messiah” where he went round America to prove how easily people can be fooled – he managed to convince a group of ‘psychics’ from a world renowned institute that he could read minds, convinced a ‘medium’ and a crowd that he could speak to the dead, convinced ‘abductees’ that he had been abducted by aliens and given a psychic gift to see people’s illnesses.
And then I looked at the ‘evidence’ for ghosts (grainy photos that could easily be set up or photoshopped or dust on the lense, recordings where a static hum or interference might sound like a voice…) and realised I had seen and heard what I wanted to hear, and deluded myself into believing what I wanted to believe.

I also completely believed ouija boards and the like worked… Until I read up about the ideomotor effect (and also saw some more Derren brown shows). I realised that it had worked because I wanted it to and given me the answers I wanted to hear.

I feel so stupid that I just believed all that stuff now – I completely deluded myself and ignored all the evidence that didn’t fit with the world I wanted…

Answer by NONAME
Yes, psychics are real! I am a psychic and i have seen visions of both the past and the future! I have also met a least one psychic. But i don’t think he saw any visions but he knew who i was and some things in my future!
But i guess there are different kinds of psychics! Like Mediums! I know that most are fake! Psychics like Sylvia Browne i think are at least mostly fake because they don’t act right when they give info! When i get info i am in kind of a light trance and sometimes it takes a while for things to come through! Where she just goes blah, blah, blah and i know from my own experience that that’s just not how it works!
Also i have gone into such a deep trance at least once(about 5 Min.) where when i came out of it i didn’t know that i had ever said anything!
The prophets in the Bible were psychics, and a vision is like having a dream only you are awake at the time and so you can remmber it better!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How do you find a credible psychic or medium? Or both?

I understand that this type of profession requires money as any but the psychics that I’ve run into are extortionists or disappear on you after supposedly helping you half way. There are so many on the internet that I don’t know where to start, not to mention a start sometimes could lead you with little or a good amount of money missing from your wallet. I would like to meet an honest person that does this profession and not someone who uses people that don’t have a clue what to search for. Links to someone reputable would be great if there is such a thing!!!

Answer by SlyCat
There is such a thing except they are rare to find unfortunately, few and far in between. I think the only thing you could really do is try to find someone through other people who know the person is actually legit and not a scam otherwise it’s practically impossible to find one unless you know one personally. The internet and phone ones are the worst of them all. Maybe try to find a forum or something where people who have tried the psychic discuss their results??

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Answer by Angela
First, beware of free psychic readings and psychic hotlines. I wouldn’t recommend them – you get what you pay for.

Second, just to give you some information about psychics and psychic reading – it is not necessary to interface with a psychic in person. Genuine psychics can give very accurate readings over the phone, email, internet, webcam, etc.. Real psychics can connect with the energy of the person from anywhere in the world and be able to give very accurate readings and advice on the specifics of the problem at hand. They work with the energy of the person, pictures, etc… This is why many genuine psychics have clients all over the world, not just locally. And most work by word of mouth. This is why most people have trouble finding a genuine accurate professional psychic. Because the good ones are hard to find. I’ve also noticed that my clients like to “keep me” for themselves instead of sharing for whatever reason.

Third, each psychic has different gifts and different degrees of power, so just because you go to a psychic and they are not able to help in one area doesn’t mean that a different psychic cannot either. I’ve seen many cases where one psychic cannot help but another can. The psychic ability is a God-given gift and it’s not the same for everyone who has it.

Hope that helps. If you’d like, feel free to contact me.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Am I a Medium? Or a Psychic?

Ok, so all last week up until last friday I had been having weird feelings. All I could think about was how someone was going to die and something bad was going to happen. All my body and soul wanted me to do is love and hug my loved ones as if it was their last day. It was quite odd for me. But it all ended the tragic day of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting (SOOO SADDD D;). WhAt iS ThIs?!?!

Answer by joshua
first of all neither you can have those feelings and they happen to happened the day of the sandy hook shooting that means nonthing. Now if you actually saw what was going to happen that means you could have been a prophet

Answer by j
You might have felt or intuited the strong emotions we all felt after the event.

Related: Man’s Psychic Life, Omraam Aivanhov
The Path of the Higher Self, Mark Prophet
Ethical ESP, and also Watch Your Dreams, Ann Ree Colton

Answer by completed_01
yeah collective Pemonitions are common I myself felt very weird pre 9/11 and even found myself looking up the world trade towers for the 2 weeks prior to the planes hitting read all about them yet Im not interested in modern achetecture … I would say yes it means you are receptive maybe mildly psychic or maybe Empathic atttuned to fealings… which is my guess you have an Empathic soul and feal the pain coming it happens.

Answer by John
Coincidence. Many people feel like you describe, all the time.

Answer by The Whistling Gypsy
No. Psychics and mediums don’t exist in real life. No one has any such ability. What you experienced is odd, but amounts to simple coincidence.

Answer by scooter
It’s difficult to tell from your cartoon head-shot, but I’m guessing you’re closer to a Small… perhaps even “Petite.”

Answer by Ὦn 2Ѧ łhe ῆext 1Ѧ
Yes, Sam, you are obviously psychic. Take into account the 28 people that died that day, very socially aware, are you? What about the thousands of children that die of illness, poverty, and other forms of death? Obviously, so, so, sad, right. Lets, do something about it, or maybe announce it everday on TV, because those are tragedies. Are they not? Feel that before it happens.

Answer by Doctor
You say “all last week up until last friday,” that’s such a broad period of time as to be meaningless unless *you* were there and somebody shot at you. Then you can say it was premonition, but this kind of after the fact stuff is.. well.it’s sure not psychic.

Answer by Psi Medium
Seems to me that you’re describing intuitive feelings common to all people and noticing these things doesn’t make you a psychic. It’s a normal part of human ESP – a trait that EVERYBODY has. Psi/ESP is not a special power or “a gift,” but an inherent human ability. It’s our primeval instincts finely honed by evolution to the point where we detect things beyond the five senses; our Sixth sense.

I think you’re confused about the terminology and what those words mean. There were hundreds of pre-9/11 reports of people who’d dreamed or had visions the events before they happened. But a random incidence or spontaneous precognitive episode like that really has no relevance. A psychic would be someone who 1) consistently scores high on ESP tests, 2) has proven ability with precognition or clairvoyance and 3) can consciously use those skills- do it “on command.” A medium is a person who communicates with the dead. (All mediums are psychic, but not all psychics are mediums.)

It’s impossible to tell from a few examples, but if you experience this sort of thing often, it could be indicative of latent psi ability. Some who are highly intuitive can develop their ESP with training; in effect, becoming more psychic. Do you experience déjàvu often? Have you had any precognitive dreams or visions? If so, you should at least test your ESP level and researching psi/ESP will help you understand what it entails. So here’s a couple of sites:
www.gotpsi.org
www.noetic.org

Answer by inteleyes
If you were a medium you would be communicating with the dead…..if anything you had a psychic moment.

Answer by fizixx
At almost any given moment on this planet, some lunatic is slaughtering innocent people. So, whether you find out about it or not is immaterial. My point is, the occurrence of these tragic and senseless acts is bound to coincide with whatever ‘mystical’ feelings you had.

This sort of thing — ascribing feelings to events isn’t really much different than early man trying to explain lightning, or earthquakes, or tidal waves, or sink-holes, or volcanoes, or flooding…..and on and on.

I’m sorry, but you don’t have any mystic powers. You’re an average, albeit probably a loving, kind person, but not mystical. If I had a dollar for every time I had an odd feeling, or dream or whatever, and something happened, that idiot Donald Trump would be working for me right now.

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Hi! I am Kathy, a clairvoyant, clairaudient, and clairsentient psychic, as well as a fully-conscious medium. I do not use tools, so if you are looking for tarot, astrology or anything like that, sorry that’s not me!.

I have been psychic since childhood, tracing my abilities back several generations, through my mother and grandmother on my mom’s Irish side,and to at least my grandmother on my dad’s Polish side. We all get our gifts from God, and no other place.

The first time I really remember using my abilities was when I was about 10- we were lost on a trip to visit relatives who had bought a new house and farm in a different state. I was able to navigate our way to the relative’s house, and once there knew where everything was, even down to the silverware drawer! Deja vu, indeed!