I know you skeptics are rolling your eyes. Psychics often get a bad rap for being frauds that prey on the desperate. Living in New York City, there’s a sidewalk fortuneteller and palm reader on every block. There are countless cases of psychic scams. Remember The Psychic Friends Network or Ms. Cleo? A bunch of vague, generic answers aimed at the gullible for $4.99/minute. Even famous psychics and mediums like Theresa Caputo and John Edward have been accused of using so-called “cold readings” (making predictions based upon body language and guesses) versus actual abilities.
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I have been wanting to make an appointment with this lady during the summer but unfortunately she was so busy so I waited and the time was right to make an appointment this month. Getting a reading from Kimberlee was fun, entertaining, and what blew me away was how accurate she was. I was in a funk for awhile and I was needing some clarity and she had a great vibe about her. Usually there are readers who fish for information but she read me like I was an open book. I really appreciated her honesty and insight. Thanks again, Kimberlee! A couple of things with readings, go with an open mind, write your questions down. Listen to your intuition, you'll know when someone resonates with you, lucky for me, this talented lady did.
She then turned over another two cards that were meant to be situations I was currently dealing with. They both ended up being cups ("You've got three of the four. I've never seen that!") with one being the Sage and the other being the Child. If I came for a reading that focused on my emotions and relationships, I got way more than I could've expected. The Sage card is about feeling confident about your knowledge and beliefs. "If there's some dry place in your emotional spectrum, water it. Give yourself what you need and don't necessarily expect someone else to do that." She explained the child card, saying that it's meant to tell me to allow myself to acknowledge my emotions and truly let myself feel them, even if they're not always the most pleasant.
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I was born a second generation psychic with natural clairvoyant abilities. I have been seeing and communicating with spirits all of my life. As a young teenager I received a message from one of my spirit guides to embrace these gifts, that I would be using them to help people communicate and better their lives. I was taught to perfect my gifts by my mother, internationally recognized psychic medium Anna Simon. I currently have ten years’
Perhaps it’s the abundance of one-three-five chord progressions, or the scarcity of skyward solos (although “Noble Savage” is a shoe-in for Rock Band 4) – or maybe “X Ray Visions” is just a hell of an act to follow. Either way, Psychic Warfare settles into craggy cruise control by “Sucker For The Witch”: haggard verses festooned by Fallon’s goofy imagery and anchored by the no-bullshit percussion of drummer Jean-Paul Gaster and bassist Dan Maines, which in turn give way to stadium-ready choruses. Occasionally, they dip into Texan blues (“Our Lady of Electric Light”, “Son Of Virginia”) – a welcome bit of contrast that comes at the expense of lost momentum, with mid-album “Doom Saloon” being the worst offender.
Imagine seeing a small white feather on the ground and picking it up. Imagine holding it between your thumb and forefinger. In your mind’s eyes see the tiny filaments moving in an almost indiscernible breeze. See how the light catches some parts of the feather. Feel the slim shaft of it rolling between your finger and thumb. Spend a few minutes completely focused on this imaginary feather. Imagine having this feather become real, placing it on your desk or in your wallet. Do this exercise with a hundred percent intention and we’ll bet our pixels on you finding a small white feather in real life within the next few days.
Over the last decade I've talked to hundreds of different Psychics. I've tried them all, the TV Psychics, independent Psychics, telephone Psychics and even the palm readers you see in the little buildings and shops on the side of the road. I have used them all, and to be honest it's a little scary some of the advice these so called "Psychics" gave me. What's even scarier is how many just wanted to rob me blind during my time of need.
Just as physical energy acts upon physical objects, psychological energy would act upon psychological entities, i.e. thoughts. Psychological energy and force are the basis of an attempt to formulate a scientific theory according to which psychological phenomena would be subject to precise laws akin to how physical objects are subject to Newton's laws. This concept of psychological energy is completely separate and distinct from (or even opposed to) the mystical eastern concept of spiritual energy.