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What's the difference between
Intuition and psychic ability?

Intuition is a strong feeling, or gut reaction to situations or people. Intuition is usually more accurate than we recognize, but people can often lose confidence in it at critical moments, and think that they are over-reactiong, or misreading situations.. It's more of an impression than a precise insight. Everyone has intuitive feelings, but as we get older and more cynical, we tend to ignore or dismiss them as over-reacting to a situation.

Psychic ability, is the refined use of intuition. It is more clear and focused. Psychic insight requires you to concentrate your intuition without the distractions of daily living and everyday thoughts. You have to train yourself to tune out this everyday noise and interferance, in order to hear your inner voice. This facility is like a fine instrument, it requires practice, dedication and training.

Is there a difference between clairvoyance and telepathy?

In telepathy, messages are sent from person to person over a distance. Clairvoyance senses events or situations that are happening to a person in the past present, or future.

What is premonition?

Premonition or pre-cognition is when a future event or development is seen or sensed through psychic intuition. The information can come through spirit, or sense, sight or sound. It can also be sensed through dreams or apparitions.

Does psychic premonition always
Warn of bad news or disaster?

Although psychic premonition often warns of impending crisis or disaster, it is not as popularly believed, a wholly negative form of psychic insight. Premonition can also foresee successful union, and happiness resulting from choice, as well as positive future developments. Throughout history and culture, its associations have been of a dark nature, as there is a strong dramatic element in this.

From Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, “Beware the ides of March” through to stories of passengers who avoid a flight or voyage at the last moment before disaster strikes, this aspect of premonition is often true, but it only tells part of the story. Good news never travels as fast or loud or captures the imagination as much bad news, so the good side of premonitions and its positive insights are often overlooked as a result.

Once made, does a premonition always come true?

Answer: A premonition is another way in which spirit warns us so that we can make different choices. However, if we become overly fearful and believe in every disastrous possibility, we can make a situation come true by self-fulfilling prophesy.

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