3 Tips on How to Grow Your Precognitive Abilities
Precognition is the ability to mindfully be aware of a “future” happening. To say it in lamens terms, its to know the future.
Some say, “it’s a gift.” Some say, “I want to learn how.” What is the topic? Well, psychic abilities of course. Whether you believe you were born this way, or you are learning how, you can still benefit from using techniques to grow and develop the “gift” more. Here are 3 tips to use to grow your psychic abilities.
Tip # 1
Breathe. Purposeful breathing is a way to learn to control your senses and your body, as well as conscious. Many people want to use precognition as a healthy way to navigate life’s corridors. Be aware of your breath during stressful moments. By doing so you utilize that stress as a trigger to slow down and realign yourself with your core. Once you decide to more purposefully breath you can then transform whatever stress you may have felt into an opportunity to analyze your surroundings as well what you feel inward.
Try this: Sit upright in a chair with a hard surface, with your back straight and your feet flat on the floor. Take in one long breath. Count to three while holding the breath. Then let it out while counting from 10-1. You may like to close your eyes while doing this, and then open them once you have finished the breath. You may also enjoy repeating this action, until you feel that you are grounded and not so antsy.
Tip # 2
Awareness. Listening with your ears, and with your analytical section of your brain is essential. Listening wtih your body can be done as well. (You know that moment you have goosebumps when you hear someone say something that has the same theme as that which you just thought.) Giving priority to awareness allows awareness to be an important part of your life. Allowing listening to be of high priority gives you an advantage while growing psychically. Awareness is serene. It is quiet. It doesn’t have to say a thing. Be aware by allowing your senses to do more thinking. By doing so you open yourself and environment up to receiving more messages, or answers.
Try this: After the breathing exercise, close your eyes and try to not think of anything at all. Allow your body to feel to the weight of itself on the bast of the chair. Place your hands in a comfortable position. Notice how your head is positioned… and then do this – Try not to move any part of your body at all. Sit in serenity. While you stay in this position, with your eyes closed, allow your mind, to wonder. While you try not to think of anything in particular, you may actually find that your “mind” propels on its own, creating visuals and auditory symbols/sounds. Your body may sway, or move, or twitch even. Once you become aware of the way your body feels, of the weight of yourself, of the movement of yourself, of the thoughts going through your mind, or any images you see or sounds you hear – you can know for sure you are growing your awareness purposefully. It’s that easy. Its that natural.
Tip # 3
Memory. Use it or lose it. Memory in your brain/body should be prioritized just like or even more than we prioritize computer memory. Use memory to aid your faculty in being sure of what has occurred. Your memory is your best friend when it comes to developing and growing your psychic abilities. Of course having validation from others is an uplifting experience. This may not always be the case. And in the case of humans beings being forgetful, it may not be the best idea. That is, to rely on someone else to say, “yeah she’s psychic because she told me this would happen, before it did.” In order to grow your abilities you must be secure in your own faculties! Hence you memory is your best friend.
Try this: After you practice the breathing exercise in the chair, followed by the awareness exercise, write down your experience. Write down everything that you felt, thought of, heard, or smelled. If anything else happened write that down too. This is your chance to record your own findings. With your own records you can validate anything that came through during your exercises that you later believed was pertinent to the future. This exercise can be done after dreaming, after coincidental moments, and after anytime that you have that “goose bump” feeling to record your story.
Growing one’s precognitive abilities is not a difficult task and many can do this. There are many books about this topic. I suggest you search your local book store to find one in your hometown. Good luck and namaste.