- Why Am I? (Type Gray)
- Personality Type #1 (Type Gray)
- Personality Type #2 (Type Gray)
- Attention & Psychic Experiences (Type Gray)
- Why You Have Psychic Experiences (Type Gray)
- Your Needs & Clairvoyant Simulation (Type Gray)
- Needs & PK Experiences (Type Gray)
- Events and Psychic Experiences (Type Gray)
- Personality Changes & Psychic Experiences (Type Gray)
- Your Environment & Psychic Experiences (Type Gray)
- Age & Psychic Experiences (Type Gray)
- Psychic Awareness (Type Gray)
- Psychic Illusions (Type Gray)
- Belief, Meaning, & Auto Labeling (Type Gray)
- Self-fulfilling Prophecies & Ignoring When You’re Wrong (Type Gray)
- Probability & Reason (Type Gray)
- Don’t Be Fooled (Type Gray)
- Seeing Faces & Hearing Your Name (Type Gray)
- Precognition vs. Probability Shifting (Type Gray)
- Accuracy, OBEs, & Evil Presence (Type Gray)
- Weird Does Not Equal Psychic (Type Gray)
- Confusing Negative & Positive Experiences (Type Gray)
- Externalizing (Type Gray)
- Ignoring Negative Psychic Experiences (Type Gray)
- Avoid Shortcuts (Type Gray)
- Psychic Protections (Type Gray)
- #1st List of Psychic Protections (Type Gray)
- #2nd List of Psychic Protections (Type Gray)
- #3rd List of Psychic Protections (Type Gray)
- Psychic Illusions Mini-Quiz – Are You Being Fooled? (Type Gray)
- Mini-Quiz: Prone to Psychic Experiences? Ready to Enhance? (Type Gray)
- Mini-Quiz: Anxious? Depressed? (Type Gray)
YOUR NEEDS – CS
Clairvoyant simulation tends to become noticeable when your ability to have meaningful communication and relationships with other people falls short or fails.
This is especially true when you experience a sudden increase in a need to, or a sudden decrease in your ability to, do certain things like solving problems and making decisions.
Figuring out the source of your stress that is holding you back from having meaningful communication and relationships with others will provide a path for how to move forward.
- Having problems learning, where you want to expand your knowledge-base and understand and apply what is learned to develop and achieve.
- Having problems managing, organizing, or arranging your thoughts and ideas.
- Having problems building complex ideas and theories based on information you already know.
- Having problems asking questions and figuring things out, like if information you learn and your thoughts are correct and logical.
- Having problems deciding how or if people, situations, or things are working correctly and efficiently.
Next, we will be breaking down the main reasons into smaller more detailed reasons. Remember, while too much of a reason causes too much stress to build psychic skills, a little bit of stress caused by one of these reasons can help you build psychic skills.
So, as we cover these reasons, think to yourself….
If you are too stressed out: “How can I reduce or eliminate the reason for my noticeable, but not helpful, clairvoyant simulative experiences?”
If you want to build psychic skills: “How can I increase my need, just a little bit, to do these things on a regular basis?”
Don’t worry if you can’t think of solutions or ways to increase your need right away. We will be looking more at all of this later on in the course “How Do I Get There?”
For now, just make of note of which reasons apply or may apply to your life currently by making down the number next to the reason on a piece of paper.
- Understand or adapt to a person or thing (object, event, or environment).
- Affect another person or group of people into understanding or adapting to you.
- Develop logical explanations.
- Be quiet, controlled, flexible, and adaptable.
- Attract helpful people into your life.
- Adapt or accept change.
- Analyze or focus to solve problems.
- Collect your thoughts, work through problems, and create and plan out solutions.
- Remove yourself from a complicated social or professional situation that demands taking care of other people.
- Deal with management, authority, or political issues.
- Exclude yourself from tradition like social customs that you view as illogical, wrong, confusing, or that serve as obstacles for innovative ideas.
- Be independent, enjoy creative freedoms, and be in the company of other independents.
- Trust and respect people or institutions of authority.
- Initiate and enable the acceptance of innovative ideas and quests for knowledge.
- Work with or build and test your own hypotheses and theories.
- Explain complex ideas to others in simple terms, through speaking or writing.
- Understand complex things and figuring out how or if things work.
- Present all required information or attempt to explain concepts as clearly as possible, like in debates.
- Engage in mentally stimulating discussions from all angles.
- Remove yourself from a position under an authority with weak, dangerous, or illogical theories or rules that leave you at a disadvantage; like low standards, lack of competence or performance, or other shortcomings that prevent you from achieving goals.
- Be aware of and trust your own skills, knowledge, and mental or physical limitations, where not being able to do so may reduce your ability to be independent or remain confident; like due to things like Attention Deficit Disorder or a traumatic brain injury.