In the last post, I showed you how to see inner visions by closing your eyes. In this post, I’m going to show you how to get inner visions with your eyes open. It also happens to be the easiest way to get psychic insight.
Why do most psychics use visual props to do their readings? I’m talking about tarot cards, crystal balls, tea leaves, and coffee grounds. The answer is that people are accustomed to using our eyes to look outwardly at things rather than to look inwardly.
Here’s the revelation that most psychics know: even when your eyes are open, you are seeing inner visions.
Most of the time that we are looking around at things out there in the world, you don’t realize that you are actually seeing much more than what you think you are seeing.
You are seeing inwardly as well.
When you realize that you are seeing inwardly all the tine, you are really doing some deep seeing. When you begin to notice what you are seeing inwardly while you are looking around, you are using more of your what those eyes of yours were made to do.
While inner visioning with the eyes closed, can take a little getting used to, when I show people how to stare at a tarot card to read another person, most can get a psychic insight the first try.
It works like the Rorschach where a psychologist asks a patient to look at a bunch of ink blots on paper and tell her what he sees. The mind wants to make sense of these random blots, so the patient sees whatever is already on his mind. If the patient sees blood and dead body parts, well, let’s hope the psychiatrist gets that there’s something dark going on in the patient’s mind. If he sees flowers and children dancing in the sun, that’s a wholly different sensibility.
So psychology has known for decades that gazing at an image reveals as much about the gazer as the image.
What psychologists have missed but fortune tellers have always known is that if you gaze at an image while asking for insight about another person, you will see what is going on with that other person. In fact, everything you think, feel, and see both inwardly and outwardly will be through the lens of the person you are reading.
Ask a question like, “What does my boyfriend think of me?” Gaze at an image, and, bam, the image will shift in your mind. You will be seeing the image through the lens of your boyfriend.
Staring at a picture activates the intuitive side of the brain. The more abstract the picture, the more your brain will create meaning from it. That”s why impressionist paintings caused such a sensation when they came on the art scene. The paintings act as a stimulus for the viewers, who create their own impression while gazing at them.