This is a question more than a story. I've never considered myself to be psychic although I have felt, seen, and heard energies, spirits, ghosts, whatever you want to call it for as long as I can remember. Many of my first memories include seeing entities in my house or having an out of body experiences when I slept.
For a long time now, I have tried to ignore these things because of an incident in middle school which made my parents think I was schizophrenic and I have since tried to keep all receptors shut off. Even though both I and my parents have been told since then that I show no signs of mental illness and that I probably have some psychic ability, I still chose not to acknowledge any abilities I may have.
But in these past few years my health has been getting worse and worse. I usually don't sleep and when I do, I either have terrible nightmares, or moments when I am stuck in between sleep and consciousness where I’ll see, feel, and hear entities. It's gotten worse since I went away to college since my dorm building used to be a hospital (I didn't know that until too late unfortunately) and now these energies are starting to affect me during the daytime in class.
I don't know how to deal with this. I want all of it to go away but I know that’s not going to happen so if anyone knows any tricks to safely developing psychic abilities then please let me know because I am really starting to fear what kinds of bad things may get in if I’m too sick to keep them out.
Comments for Is Ignoring Psychic Abilities Hurting Me?
Book of the month - December 2019 Voices Everywhere: The Mysterious Doris Stokes Effect For 10 years Linda Dearsley was the ghost-writer for Doris Stokes. In Voices Everywhere, she shines a light on her time working with this famous psychic medium.
Next Free Event
On Thursday, December 12, mystic, medium, and author Suzanne Giesemann will share fascinating insights into her powerful approach to mediumship, along with an easy practice to help you open to your own mediumship capabilities during a FREE video event, Deepen Your Connection With Loved Ones Through Sacred Mediumship.
Suzanne came into her gift of mediumship later in life, after the sudden and tragic death of her stepdaughter and the unborn child she was carrying. She’s a former U.S. Navy Commander and the author of 13 books, including her memoir, Messages of Hope. Suzanne has been a keynote presenter for Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment, the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, the Afterlife Research and Education Institute, and the International Association for Near-Death Studies.
Suzanne’s evidence-based approach to mediumship has been tested and verified, and her work is recognized as highly credible by noted afterlife researchers and organizations.