How I Became Psychic

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This is a chapter from Part 1 of my book, where I explain my terms by describing common styles of magick. Feedback and questions are always welcome.

In 2012, I became psychic. It took about a year to learn all the skills, then an afternoon to actually become psychic. Seeing how I did it will let you see direct magick in action, help you understand how all the parts work, and show you what you can do once you learn to use them.

Let me give you a bit of background first. Most psychics started as kids. You often hear about someone’s mother or grandmother also having intuitions, so I think that most psychics connected with their ethereal software through family members. This means that most adult psychics have had years to learn to listen to those intuitions, and the software has had years to connect to their minds.

I didn’t know any psychics as a kid. So, while I started working with energy at age 11, I never had psychic talents. In my early 20s, I tried becoming psychic, but couldn’t pull it off. It turns out, you need three components:

  • Ethereal software to provide the intuitions. And not just any ethereal software — ethereal software specifically programmed for this type of work.
  • Skill in communication, so you can continuously receive intuitions without getting exhausted. (Most psychics get this naturally from growing up with the ethereal software.)
  • The right settings for the software, so it knows which intuitions to give you.

I wasn’t focused on becoming psychic, so I solved these problems slowly over the next decade as they came up in other work.

In my late 20s, I helped to friend improve her psychic intuitions by finding better ethereal software for her to use. (I’ll show you how to do that in Part 2.) That got me the software, but not the skill.

Then I spent a year learning detailed, accurate communication. It’s useful for getting training from spirits, reprogramming ethereal software, and a few other things I wanted to do.

One of those other things was manifesting — magick to predict and influence events. I’d ask questions of the ethereal software, consciously read the answers, and get help with important decisions. But I didn’t have the stamina to get a ongoing stream of like psychics do.

After about a year of that, I was ready. I sent the software the command, “Continuously monitor my thoughts and actions, and guide me to be successful in all my goals.” Simple as that, once I had all the prerequisites in place. I felt the software make a ton of connections throughout my mind, rested an hour or so, and since then I’ve had continuous guidance, just like any other psychic.

I’m not telling you this to brag. I’m telling you this so you can see what I do with direct magick, why I’m confident my model is on the right track — if it wasn’t, it wouldn’t lead me to new techniques like this — and so you can see that it’s a matter of months and years to get good, not just the weekend it would take you to read this book.

But by the end of Part 2, you’ll have all the tools you need to become psychic. If you focus on that, it will probably take 3-6 months.

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2 Responses to “How I Became Psychic”

  1. chris says:

    I don’t understand what you mean by software. I’m trying to develop my own psychic abilites and stuff too.

    • Like many fields of study, Direct Magick has its own terminology. You might want to start with the “Start Here” link at the top of the page on the left, or the Initiation into Direct Magick under “Free Books” in the top navigation bar. Good luck!

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