I know there are powerful and potentially powerful psychic witches or for lack of better words witchlings. This is a forum that is designed to adhere to the psychic aspect of witchcraft telepathy, telekinesis, and precognitive abilities.
I disagree completely with that statement. Witchcraft deals with countless psychic activities, Divination, psychometry, mild forms of controlled telepathy, and various other psychic abilities are explored in witchcraft. A Witch can be a psychic and the other way around, there is no absolute exclusion from the other, they both deal with the occult and supernatural energies.
My studies within the occult and psychic practice have led me to believe that both fields are hopelessly entwined. Psychic methods primary involve little ritual, few tools, and simply the strength of your own will and ability to observe. Much magical practice utilizes these same methods to achieve ends that are often very similar. Scrying mirrors, crystal balls, many crystal practices, the exploration of the chakras, even some spellwork... These are all magical practice that borrow much from psychic concepts or vice versa.
It is, perhaps, best not to speak out against something without knowing why you speak out.
Re: psi locks
By: WhiteRav3n / Knowledgeable Nov 28, 2011
Post # 8
I despise the word psychic. Media has made the term ugly. Everyone is born with intuition and spiritual senses. Some grow up never losing them, and others redevelop them when they reconnect to the spiritual through magick. There is nothing "special" about them. It is natural. They are gifts, but so are our physical senses. Everyone has certain special talents as with anything, we all have our niche, but that's what makes people unique.
As an example of how natural such things are.
My daughter at the age of two hugged thin air and then looked down wondering why she didn't contact anything. She giggled and ran back to me. I praised her for being so kind. I found it adoreable!
Most parents dismiss this as imagination and force their children to believe that "imagination" should be left behind with their childhood. But I could see the spirit she tried to hug and I do not tell her it is her imagination, just as my family always supported what I saw, sensed, and heard.
"Witchlings" made me laugh. I believe you meant to say "this is a topic that is designed to...". Sean didn't write any more because he expects this topic to be a discussion thread concerning intuition and spiritual senses. Not a bad idea, but I don't think anyone wants to be called a "witchling" =p
i was like that as a child my mother never discouraged it although i know didn't know what exactly it was... it i believe was the reason my grandpa was able to say bye the day he was put in the ground... i have also known children with this gift both mothers encouraging... blessings