Psychic Ability – The Gift of Feeling
I mentioned in my last post that we have four psychic gifts. Everybody has all four gifts, and they are arranged in the order we chose before we were born.
The order in which they occur determines our personality type and our degree of sensitivity in each one.
Your psychic gift of feeling is the spiritual half of your sense of touch. If this is first in your chosen alignment, you routinely pick up impressions about people by shaking hands with them. You also get impressions by touching or holding objects.
This psychic sense is called psychometry. Touching is your natural way of getting oriented to your surroundings. It is your way of connecting, and you like to be touched, as well.
You have a great deal of empathy; you feel what other people are feeling and can be easily drawn into other people’s drama. You sometimes react to someone else’s feelings, thinking they are your own.
You also sense a person’s true feelings even when they are trying to hide them. You are rarely fooled by appearances.
You talk about feelings a lot, saying things like “How do you feel about this?” or “My feeling is …”
You like to learn by doing rather than through theory.
You like details and are good at working with your hands.
You absorb impressions with your whole body. You like comfort in your surroundings and in your clothing.
People with feeling first in their line-up are called empathic or clairsentient.
To develop your gift of feeling, have a friend give you an object to hold that has a history only your friend knows about and see what impressions you receive. Your friend doesn’t have to concentrate on the object to enable you to get impressions. The vibrations are already there.
One way we used to work with feeling in my psychic development group was to have each person take a turn sitting in a chair in the center of the group blindfolded (to reduce the distraction of personality). Then each member of the group would take a turn holding that person’s hand. The blindfolded person would share the impressions he received from each person. After everyone had been “read,” the blindfold was removed and each member would share whether the impressions picked up were accurate or not.
How do you feel about developing your psychic gifts?
What did you learn from this post? Were you expecting something dramatic or sensational?
I’d love to hear your experiences with your gift of feeling. And questions.
More next Monday.