I am known as "The Skeptical Psychic."
I founded this group because I have become fascinated, in recent years, by the great divide that separates believers in paranormal ability and skeptics.
I have written several books which address these issues and explain why paranormal phenomena simply and literally does not exist for most skeptics. It is a psychological and neurobiological explanation. Things become "visible" when they are unchallenged by our dominant left hemisphere. But the mere fact to be unchallenged doesn't mean that we should accept all "visions" as gospel. There is a strict mental process which permits us to discern between fantasy and reality.
This is the process I wish to teach my students. It sounds easy but it is actually quite difficult. Unlike most "psychics," I do not believe that psychic ability is simply a "gift" that some people are born with and the rest of us will never experience. I strongly believe that psychic ability is a trainable skill and, like anything else, some people grasp it better than others. But we are all capable. Every one of us is capable of ESP, telepathy, clairvoyance, energy healing, prophesy, medical intuition, experiencing spirits, and even mediumship. But depending upon our starting point, it takes time, perserverence, and discipline to hone these skills.
I am "skeptical" because I require proof. But I am not a skeptic to the point of being blind. It has taken me years of experimentation, trial and error, and second-guessing myself in this field, to finally accept and acknowledge that there is an extraordinary super-reality that co-exists with our ordinary reality. I hope to teach others how to access this world - not through blind faith - but through a disciplined process and feedback.
Skeptics are my favorite students! I enjoy those who challenge when, how, what and why they obtain information. If you have more questions, please visit my website at www.intuitivision.com.
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