Adaptive or Decisive? (Type Black)

full course
  1. What Am I? (Type Black)
  2. Psychic Ability (Type Black)
  3. Dreams Impressions & Hallucinations (Type Black)
  4. Clairvoyant Interaction (Type Black)
  5. Trance Mediumship (Type Black)
  6. Channeling (Type Black)
  7. Physical Mediumship (Type Black)
  8. Clairvoyant Simulation (Type Black)
  9. Input CS (Type Black)
  10. Output – Probability Shifting (Type Black)
  11. Output- Historical Shifting (Type Black)
  12. Changing The Past (Type Black)
  13. Intention (Type Black)
  14. Intention #2 (Type Black)
  15. Adaptive or Directive? (Type Black)
  16. Adaptive or Decisive? (Type Black)
  17. Input or Output? (Type Black)
  18. Trance Mediumship or Channeling? (Type Black)
  19. Your Sources (Type Black)
  20. People, Places, Objects & Ideas (Type Black)
  21. People, Objects & Events (Type Black)
  22. Precognition & Probability Shifting (Type Black)
  23. Contemporaneous Input & Real-Time (Type Black)
  24. Postcognition & Historical Shifting (Type Black)
  25. Episodes (Type Black)
  26. Experience Modes (Type Black)
  27. Other Terms for CI and CS (Type Black)
  28. You Are Not Alone: CS & CI (Type Black)
  29. Magical Thinking & Psychic Confusion (Type Black)
  30. The Difference Between Types of ESP (Type Black)
  31. The Difference Between Types of ESP II (Type Black)
  32. Seriously? (Type Black)
  33. Having Doubts: CS & CI (Type Black)
  34. Psychokinesis (Type Black)
  35. Forms of Psychokinesis (Type Black)
  36. PK or CS Healer? (Type Black)
  37. Science Crash Course (Type Black)
  38. Umbrakinesis (Type Black)
  39. Umbra-PK Subtypes (Type Black)
  40. Umbrakinesis Part II (Type Black)
  41. Normal or Paranormal? (Type Black)
  42. Light or Thermal Healer? (Type Black)
  43. Umbra-PK & Physical Mediums (Type Black)
  44. Did You Know You Are Not Alone? (Type Black)
  45. Having Doubts? (Type Black)
  46. One Last Question (Type Black)


With clairvoyant interaction, adaptive experiences are when interaction with a spirit/entity happens in order to help you or a sitter understand or come to terms with the loss of a loved one. That need for help can be conscious or subconscious and the need can be related to not only the death of the spirit (their past), but it can also be in relation to a present of future need for help , such as a need for acceptance.

For example, finding out if a loved one is accepting of you or the sitters current situations in life, or future situations; such as if a deceased parent is happy that their adult child is getting married soon and if they approve of the partner.

Decisive experiences however are less about seeking acceptance, and more about seeking guidance in order to come to a decision about something.

This includes when you or a sitter needs to make a decision about themselves, another person, an object, place or event/situation that is very important to them.

A decisive experience can also be when you interact with a spirit/entity in relation to the loss of a loved one. For example, if they should or should not get married, where they should have the wedding, or when they should have the wedding.  Decisive experiences do just that, they help guide you or a sitter in making a decision based on or with some input from the spirit.

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