A person who is born with, or develops one or more form of extra-sensory perception or paranormal ability, which may include clairvoyance (seeing), clairaudience (hearing), clairgustance (taste), clairolfaction (smell), clairsentience (sensing), clairempathy (feeling), clairtangency (touching), claircognizance (knowing), telepathy (mind-reading), psychokinesis (mind-movement), precognition, premonition and prophecy. Some psychics also have the gift of mediumship, which enables them to communicate with and or channel messages from the deceased or other non-physical beings (angels, spirit guides, ascended masters). Source: Psychic Access Videos
Of or pertaining to the human soul, or to the living principle in man.
Of or pertaining to the mind, or its functions and diseases; mental; -- contrasted with physical.
From Greek "psyche," meaning soul. An individual with exceptional gifts for telepathy, clairvoyance, mediumship or prophecy. A sensitive who can intuit and reveal the future, or facts, thoughts, and feelings unknown to him or her. In the past, most people have been skeptical or even hostile in their opinions about psychics, but psychics are now being vindicated by carefully controlled scientific experiments. See Parapsychology.
Pertaining to or of the human mind.
A person who exhibits developed "psi" abilities. Also used as an adjective to describe "psi" phenomena.
1. Realm of the paranormal, occult, or astral. 2. A person who is sensitive or responsive to etheric, spirit, or other non-physical powers or manifestation.
of the human mind; mental, as opposed to physical.
Psychic abilities extend beyond ordinary reality. Psychics are able to see, hear, feel, taste, smell and/or sense energies and receive messages from the cosmic consciousness. Psychic phenomenon is also known as psi. This is an umbrella term for all the psychic arts such as ESP (extra-sensory perception), which includes such gifts as Telepathy, Clairvoyance, Clairaudience and Clairsentience. Itâ€™s also a reference to Psychokinesis (formerly known as telekinesis), out-of-body experiences (OBEâ€™s), near-death experiences, Mediumship and reincarnation. Click here to meet Psychic Sourceâ€™s Psychics.
use when invoking spiritual or magickal powers
spiritual; paranormal; supernatural- some people call it having a 6th sense because, when you're psychic, you know, see, hear and feel things that most adults say don't exist
This term is used to describe a person who due to their heightened sensitivity, is aware to varying degrees of emanations within a place or from a person. This is normally an inherited trait and can develop in various ways, Seeing or hearing for example.
A person who claims to have supernatural powers do such things as predict the future, solve mysteries, communicate with the dead, or heal the sick. If a person really has this kind of power, it comes from Satan and his demons. This is true even though the intent of such an individual is benign.
An ability to access extra sensory perception.
This level of thinking is the one right above " hylic". It's drive is the intellect, or normal understanding of the mind.
A person sensitive to metaphysical or supernatural forces; one with psychic ability. Often mistaken for "mediums" or others who can predict the future.
adj (also psychical) relating to the mental processes or experiences that are not scientifically explainable e.g Telepathy. 2. (of a person) sensitive to influences producing such experiences; having mental powers that are not scientifically explainable. [Gr psychikos, relating to the psyche
a person apparently sensitive to nonphysical forces; a person capable of some form of psi phenomena.
An ability of the Soul to sense what is not seen with the physical eyes. A finely tuned awareness of another's energy.
A person with abilities of extrasensory perception or metal telepathy.
a person apparently sensitive to things beyond the natural range of perception
pertaining to forces or mental processes outside the possibilities defined by natural or scientific laws; "psychic reader"; "psychical research"
affecting or influenced by the human mind; "psychic energy"; "psychic trauma"
outside the sphere of physical science; "psychic phenomena"
an individual who can tap into higher planes and receive impressions, vibrations, which are beyond those normally received by the five senses
a person that can access and mentally interpret information that is given the title Extrasensory Perception (ESP)
a person who by definition can ignite a spiritual phenomena so as to allow a shared vision of the unseen and assist in guiding a person towards enhanced health, wealth and happiness
a person who has the same abilities everybody else has
a person who is capable of extraordinary mental processes, such as extrasensory perception and mental telepathy
a person who is especially sensitive to nonphysical forces of life energy
a sensitive who is in contact with the lower levels of the World of Spirits, and what he receives is uncontrolled
a spiritual person who is sensitive to energies and vibrations beyond the range of the physical world experienced through the five basic senses
Relating to the psyche, of the mind or soul, rather than the mundane. Psychic is the most familiar and bandied-about term encountered in paranormal research ( "a psychic," "psychic investigation," etc.).
From the Greek word "psyche" meaning "soul" or "indwelling spirit". The term "psychic" is commonly used to describe so-called supernormal phenomena.
Of or pertaining to the human soul or mind. Related to nonphysical force or power assumed to operate in various obscure phenomena, as those of telepathy, clairvoyance, spiritualism. A person unusually sensitive to some nonphysical or spiritual influence.
A person with the ability to see, hear and feel by use of senses other than the natural senses. Also a classification of unusual happenings.
A person who exhibits psi ability.
Pertaining to consciousness.
One that has the ability to see, hear, feel or sense more than the average human
Popular term used to denote a person who regularly uses, or who appearsto be especially gifted with, psi abilities.
Being sensitive to energy emanating from guides such as angels, or a higher self. The ability to hear, see, feel energy from a source other than self.
1. of or having to do with the psyche, or mind. 2. beyond natural or known physical processes. 3. apparently sensitive to forces beyond the physical world.
Person sensitive to non-physical forces and their possible significance.
either a person with the ability, or the ability itself, to reading minds and/or predict the future.
A person apparently responsive to psychic forces; capable of extraordinary mental processes, such as extrasensory perception and mental telepathy.
One who possess psi ability.
A person who is highly sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of others, as well as to the possible futures that might lie ahead, for individuals, families, communities, and nations, and who uses this ability to guide clients and others, and to foretell possible futures.
A person with above average ESP abilities.
sensitive to spiritual processes or energies.
Dealing with the ability to see, hear, feel and sense beyond the average human ability; A medium.
a person sensitive to things outside the sphere of physical science ; of the soul, spirit, or mind
(Greek ~ psychiokos "psyche, soul or that which is mental" / Tibet ~ "vital or secret") The sensitivity of the mind and body to subtle vibrations in within the universe, often called the 6th sense. Everyone is psychic to some degree. Like the other five senses, each person has their own level of awareness or ability with that sense, some people have better eye sight than others, just as some people have a heightened awareness to the unseen energies and vibrations within the universe.
(1) denoting,as an adjective, the supernormal character of certain phenomena, (2)meaning, as a noun, medium. Flammarion was the first to use it as aFrench term in France, Serjeant Cox was the first to suggest it inEngland.
Popular term used to denote a person who regularly uses or appears to be especially gifted with psi abilities. Also refers to general phenomena related to the mind (from Greek psyche.)
It is important to note that by "psychic" Watson means only what we would call the "psychological," not "paranormal" phenomena, to which the term is now sometimes used to refer.
A general term describing a person with one or more paranormal abilities such as extrasensory perception, clairvoyance or telepathy.
An adjective referring to the psi powers.
In the field of parapsychology, a psychic (From the Greek psychikos, â€œof the soul, mental,â€ derived from psyche, â€œsoul, mindâ€) is an individual who has a relatively high degree of psi ability.http://parapsych.org/glossary_l_r.html#p Parapsychological Association website, Glossary of Key Words Frequently Used in Parapsychology, Retrieved January 29, 2007 Psychics are defined as those who have paranormal abilities such as psychokinesis, or paranormal senses such as clairvoyance.http://www.answers.com/topic/psychic, Answers.com, Retrieved January 31, 2007http://www.thefreedictionary.com/psychic The Free Dictionary, Retrieved January 31, 2007