Psychic Predictions and Prophecies Tutorial Training Exercise Lesson

What is the difference between Precognition and Clairvoyance?


Are you an intuitive person? Are you sensitive to events going on around you? Do you often sense things are going to happen and then they do? You may have some natural clairvoyant abilities and if you are looking at how you can develop your psychic powers then you are in the right place!

Clairvoyance and her sister Precognition are often mistaken for each other, they are both part of the spectrum of Extrasensory Perception they are similar and yet there is a subtle difference between the two.

Clairvoyance is the ability to perceive information not available to the five senses, using the paranormal sixth sense, for abilities such as astral projection or remote viewing where as Precognition is the ability to see into the future and see things which have not yet happened. 

Sixth Sense: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABSaPBrpIRA

When a Psychic makes a prediction about the future, in a movie or in real life, whether its through scrying a crystal ball, or reading tea leaves or tarot or a pendulum or whatever method they use to make accurate psychic predictions, they are using Precognition, a phenomena which has been proved to exist for at least a 3-5 second period. 



In this video I will predict the outcome of five coin flips. (I think you call them tosses in America?) Whether they will land on heads or tails side up. When I have made prediction videos before people have complained that they could not see the prediction before the event I was predicting, so this time the prediction is clearly there for all to see.

The probability of accurately guessing five coin flips is 1 in 250,000 so if you think I just stood there and flipped a quarter of a million coins well you are just crazy in the head. 

Dice Predictions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLSs0xjwFGg

This is a simple training exercise that any body can do, you don;t even need to really write a prediction, just say "Heads" or "Tails" and then flip the coin, record how many times you are able to accurately predict the correct result. Probability says it should be 50/50 but you know in your heart that you can beat that don't you...

The suffix Pre means before and the word cognition means to do with the mind, or in this case thinking. Thus precognition means 'before thinking' and is defined as the ability to predict events before they occur. One common example from every day life is when you are looking at a glass and think "thats going to fall" then you watch it fall and think "I knew that was going to happen". Precognition is real and happens to all of us. I'd love to hear any examples of Precognition in your own life.

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