Psychic ability is the ability to interpret energy, relying on an advanced form of intuition.
Intuition is best defined as using senses, other than your optical vision, to “see” and tap into quantum fields (with quantum fields being places that exist without judgement, and where knowing exists without words).
Every living being has a form of intuition.
Look at cells under a microscope, and you will see them moving away from other objects. The cells don’t know exactly what they need to get away from, but they know they better move, and fast. Since cells don’t have eyes and their other senses are very limited, I’d be willing to bet the only sense they have is intuition.
The more advanced and evolved the living being is, the greater the intuition. In that sense, human beings should be more attuned to intuition than other creatures, but we don’t practice it as often; whereas in order to survive in nature, less evolved beings are always practicing their intuition.
So, if “lesser” living beings are better practiced at intuition, does that mean they’re more psychic than we are? Maybe. Does that mean they have mystical powers? Obviously not.
We should be more attuned to our intuition, and for most of us, that needs to take place at a very early age. But we’re less likely to do it now than in the past, as we presently rely so much on electronics.
Psychic ability is best defined as when intuition is used (along with intellect accumulated over time in relationship to that intuition) to cross-reference specific frequencies and magnetic fields, and then deduce what the more-than-likely outcome will be in the future. This is done by tapping into frequencies that access a quantum filament of time, which then creates a feedback loop (but just for a moment).
Deduce is the key word here. Psychic ability is to deduce, on the average, of what is likely to happen. Then occasionally everything lines up perfectly, and you see with absolute clarity; but that comes over time as you practice the art — that’s the best way of describing it — of learning to feel or distinguish one vibration from another, and never making assumptions. For example, just because…