Question of the Day from a viewer:
What's the difference (if there is any) between intuition and psychic?
Or maybe I mean "being intuitive" vs. "being psychic"?
Wow, super good question!
To answer this, I decided to first check out the good ol' dictionary where I copied the adjective meanings.
PSYCHIC: relating to or denoting faculties or phenomena that are apparently inexplicable by natural laws, especially involving telepathy or clairvoyance. "psychic powers"
synonyms: supernatural, paranormal, otherworldly, supernormal, metaphysical, extrasensory, transcendental, magical, mystical
INTUITIVE: using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning. "instinctive."
synonyms: instinctive, instinctual; inborn, inherent, untaught, unlearned, natural, automatic, unconscious, subconscious, involuntary, spontaneous, impulsive, gut
a) Being intuitive is sensing subtle energies within ourselves. It's instinctual. It's unlearned and we are all born with it.
Based solely on objective reasoning, I can reasonably conclude that we are all born intuitive with these gut instincts.
I could also conclude that intuition (instinct) was originally used to sense danger in order for humans to survive.
b) We are also all born with the potential to be psychic. It is more of a learned thing.
It's processing stimulation outside of ourselves that we can practice and exercise and improve just like going to the gym to improve our fitness.
In conclusion I would say we are all naturally born intuitive, with the potential to be psychic... but being psychic is more of a learned thing.
Just like we all have the potential to play piano...but not everyone is interested in learning how.
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