Can Anyone Become Psychic?

One of the big myths in our culture is that you have to be born intuitive rather than developing your intuition later in life.  The “myth buster” is that, if you think of James Van Praagh, famous psychic, he was over 30 before he fully developed his abilities.  He eventually learned some of the same Clairvoyant Tools that are taught at Intuitive Insights.  (I use the words “psychic”, “intuitive”, and “clairvoyant” interchangeably because they have the same meaning in this context.)  Many people have had intuitive experiences probably during childhood, and most successful adults have done something intuitively to attain their goals.

As for me, as a child I discovered my intuition with my animals — my cat, my dog, a friend’s horse, and even some chickens.  I’ve even had a psychic experience with a lizard!  I often could “see” a thought or two sent from them.

This led me to get a reading later in life while I was attending college.  During the reading, the readers told me that I had psychic abilities.  I did not believe I had any special gift — with the exception of my experiences with my pets.  The readers suggested I try a 4-week Practical Intuition Class.  (It was affordable enough even for a college student.)

If I told you that you had psychic abilities, you might not believe me either.  Sometimes people need the experience of taking a class to learn “intuitive tools” for unblocking innate abilities.

Everyone learns to do all of the curriculum during the six-month Clairvoyant Program.  However, in learning the tools such as remote viewing, healing, reading relationships, talking to dead people, or long distance reading, a student might shine more at a particular topic.

The Clairvoyant Program can be considered a type of spiritual therapy, in which you process your own issues while you read someone else.  As we read, we become more aware of human life experience — happy or sad.  It usually leads to a broader sense of spirituality.  We are sometimes like “mirrors” of each other in our behavior — or like seeing ourselves in the other person’s shoes.

While running energy taught in the classes and practicing other “psychic tools”, one gains the opportunity to recover from past experiences and at the same time, delivering a dynamite reading.  Both the reader and the seeker benefit from the session.

Alice will be teaching the next weekly Clairvoyant I Program starting We., October 3 – March 20, 2013.  I look forward to seeing you start and see that you, too, can develop your psychic abilities!

– Vessa Rinehart-Phillips, Founder 

Intuitive Insights School of Intuition 

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One Response to Can Anyone Become Psychic?

  1. Marija says:

    The seventh card, plaecd on the bottom right of the triangle represents the force that opposes the bottom left card. These forces may be external, but they are frequently one’s own inner archetypes in conflict. Queen of Swords: The essence of air behaving as water, such as a refreshing mist: A person gifted with both keen logic and natural intuition, giving them uncanny powers of perception and insight. One who easily sees past deception and confusion to the heart of a matter, and understands both sides of any argument. The embodiment of calm, forthrightness, and wit, in the face of even the most trying circumstances.

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