Feed Your Sixth Sense: How to Eat and Drink Your Way to Clairvoyance
Did you know that there are teas, and other herbs, that can feed your psychic senses? Most people don’t. But, some claim that a combination of herbs may be able to help you hone your psychic abilities, trigger them when needed, and develop them over time.
Water seems like such a basic thing, but most people don’t drink enough of it. Of course, it’s possible to drink too much water, so balance is the key. Drinking roughly half your bodyweight in ounces should do the trick for most people, and you might have to actually measure out how much you drink if you’re not sure how much you actually consume in a day.
You can also get a reading to see if you’re unbalanced in any way. Tarot card readings are a great and effective method for doing this, and you will get independent verification of your feelings. Water is very important for all life functions, so it’s no surprise that this simple substance will make a huge difference in your psychic abilities.
Eat More Organic Foods
Eating more organic foods not only helps reduce the level of toxins you eat, it helps improve your psychic abilities. Why? Because you are decreasing your toxic load – the amount of stuff your body has to work to eliminate. When you do that, your body can focus on healing and restoration. This leaves you with more resources and energy for your psychic abilities.
Drink More Herbal Teas
Herbal teas can help you relax, and, depending on what you put into them, can induce visions. You might even find that after a regular diet that includes tea, you’re able to remember your dreams, dreams may become more vivid, and you may be able to better control or direct your dreams.
Herbal teas may also help improve your digestion, which will help you focus on the psychic ability you want to develop. Always use loose-leaf teas, and always try to source organic rather than non-organic teas. This will ensure that your teas have fewer toxins, are processed properly, and have the maximum amount of nutrients in them.
Celery might seem boring and something you only eat with peanut butter, but it also has a deep effect on your psychic ability. It increases your focus and concentration, allowing you to do a better job of whatever it is you’re doing. One of the best ways to extract the essence of celery is to make a stew or broth and use it as part of the base. Making vegetable stock is a lost art. Rediscover it.
Rose has the ability to lift your psychic energy. This is especially important if you often feel tired or run down. Aside from getting enough rest, make sure you consume rose water, or include this in your life somehow.
Fennel provides psychic protection, as well as healing and purification. Make sure you include this as a regular part of your diet.
Quantum Evidence Our Consciousness Persists After Death
An Oxford-educated trial lawyer, fourth-generation psychic medium, and author of The Evidence of Eternity, Mark Anthony is a multi-faceted man who bridges the scientific and spiritual perspective of what he terms our “electromagnetic soul.”
Anthony shares his unique approach explaining what lies beyond this physical existence, as he fuses science with the world of psychic phenomena. And, while Newtonian physics claims psychic matters are unprovable or untenable, the world of quantum physics may show otherwise.
All discussion of psychic phenomena, and how it fits into our model of existence, hinges on the poorly understood concept of consciousness. Anthony defines consciousness as the energy of who and what we are.
In spiritual circles, it’s called the “soul” or the “spirit,” and as pure energy, consciousness is eternal, he adds. But what’s most remarkable is that consciousness is capable of perception beyond our five well-known senses. And here’s where we step into a whole other reality, because consciousness, not limited to the physical/material world, is our entry-way into other dimensions of existence.
The knowledge that the mind and the brain are separate is fundamental to understanding psychic phenomena, reincarnation, survival of physical death, and much more. Anthony likens the brain to a computer hard drive, and the shortcoming of mainstream science is to believe that consciousness is an artifact of this vital organ.
To further this hard drive analogy, he suggests the brain does not create consciousness, but rather “hosts” it. Unless we can get past this elementary mistake of believing that consciousness is an artifact of the brain, instead of the other way around, we remain stuck in a materialist worldview that fails to recognize what many know to be the “real” reality of tremendous expansion and potential.