Psychic Zone 2 – The Emotional Zone
By far, most people who are psychic gain a vast amount of information from this all important heart-centered zone. Emotions are a critical part of who we are. They drive our actions and thoughts, and dictate much of how we live our lives. When we psychically connect with someone through the Emotional Zone, we are observing/connecting with the emotions and feelings of others. For example, perhaps we say someone is feeling sad, mad, jealous, or happy. These words define core feelings. But this Zone also gives us more subtle clues about a person – clues that still have a feeling but may not denote an actual emotion. Examples of these might include when we psychically describe someone as feeling heavy, soft, distant, closed, energetic, arrogant, kind or energized. These words denote a feeling to us (the psychic), yet describe the mannerisms & personality of the other (sitter/spirit).
The big “flaw” with this Zone, if I dare call it a flaw, is that many skeptics consider such psychic accounts as fluff. If I were to say to someone that they feel “sad” or “excited”, most people will automatically go to some aspect of their life which fits this description. Another words, the sitter is biased to the feeling and finds a way to make it fit. This is not to say the psychic information isn’t valid, it’s simply that when it comes to emotional accounts, much of what is offered would apply to a wide range of people.
Emotional accounts are also often believed to be a result of cold reading – the gathering of information about a person, then claiming them as so-called psychic reception. For example, if I had a sitter who comes to see me and they are dressed very neat and proper, they sit erect, and are very polite, then I might suggest they are someone who “feels” to me as if they are a perfectionist and need things to be in order. I might describe them as fussy, finicky, careful, etc. Is this valid psychic “emotional” information, or simply visual observations made about the sitter.
It’s tough to dismiss the Emotional Zone. We are emotional creatures. However, we do need to be careful that we are not reading into someone’s appearance (an intuitive process) versus truly gaining psychic information about how they feel. I encourage the use of this Zone for all the value it holds. It can help us to know how a sitter/spirit feels or what we can do to assist them, but I also recommend that we ensure we get good strong evidence to help support these more subtle aspects known as “emotions” and “feelings.”
If you think you have a strong Emotional Zone, then start to pay greater attention to what it might be telling you, not only about yourself, but about others and the world around you. Make sure you aren’t making assessments based on visual cues but really trusting what you feel…
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