PSI-KIDS BLOG July 22, 2015

Seeing without eyes

Remember the old idiom, “ I’ll believe it when I see it” ?

For most people this still holds true today. The majority of people on the planet will believe something after they have witnessed it with their own eyes. It takes a great deal of faith to believe something and then see it happen. When we work in the psychic and intuitive area we learn to believe in the unseen. We learn how our bodies are huge satellites receiving much more information than our conscious mind can process. When someone is first introduced to this work, they are by nature skeptical and so the need to see comes before they can believe. This is the reason I have participants in my workshop experience seeing without eyes first. After they have the experience, and have seen for themselves, they had the power to see something without the use of their eyesight, they are much more open and willing to believe in all of the other possibilities awaiting them through the power of their mind. I remember a time I introduced “seeing without eyes” to a group of 7th graders in a New York City Public School. It was basically a form of remote viewing. Alan, a 7th grader shared with me “ It was crazy! I put the blinders over my eyes. First I couldn’t see nothing (sic), then I could see where the objects were placed on the table. I could “see” what some of them were, even though I had my blinders on. It was freaky! Then I started to really like it. I felt smart. I felt confident. I felt good!”  

Whenever I’m asked why I do this work, my reply is simple. Everyone needs to know how powerful they are and how intuitive and psychic they are. We are born with this ability. It’s just a muscle we need to learn to develop. It’s practice and trust. If you continue to practice our weekly remote views you will build up myelin, an insulating layer which forms around the nerves allowing electrical impulses to transmit quickly and efficiently along the nerve cells. If you’d like to learn about myelin and what it does, pick up The Talent Code, by Daniel Coyle. It’s a fascinating book that teaches us why correct repetition creates success and it reinforces the saying, “ she became an overnight success after 1o years”!  

Please continue to submit your remote view practices to us and your feedback. We love hearing from you. If you are interested in scheduling a workshop in your area, please drop us an email. We will begin our parent coaching sessions this fall. There will be more to come on that later in August.

Enjoy your week and please continue to practice remote viewing. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Psi-Kids Team

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