Monday, November 25, 2013

Whoa I See Another Bad One!

In my last blog post I wrote about psychics not being able to predict deaths . . . but I never said anything about chicken psychics!  A funny cartoon by The Far Side Gary Larson  proves it's possible.  Click on the link and full screen to see.  Enjoy!

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Rest Peacefully Sylvia

I just heard that psychic, Sylvia Browne passed away yesterday.  First I'd like to offer my condolences to her family sending prayers to help them through their time of sadness.  I'd also use this as a opportunity to comment on all the social media post question: If she's a psychic didn't she know she was going to die?

Psychics are human beings.  We laugh, cry, hurt, get angry, get sick, die just like anybody else.  We're not super human.   Someone once asked me if I could tap into (read) myself. My answer is always, "Can you tickle yourself to the point of hysteria?"  No, because you can't tickle yourself. I don't know any psychics who can predict what's going to happen to themselves. We  can not predict when we're going to die or for that matter anyone else.

Case in point:  Years ago I went to a psychic after my mother passed away who told me that my dad was going to die soon thereafter.  That was 20-years ago and my dad is still alive and well at the ripe old age of 94-years old.   Death is a nature occurrence.  Death eventually comes to all of us.

So before you post those jokes about how we should know when we're going to die remember we are simply human beings who happen to have been blessed with a special and precious gift.  One we didn't ask to have nor can we give back.  It's who we are.  Rest peacefully Sylvia and someday we'll see you on the other side.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic, Part III Developing Psychic Listening Skills

"Expectations will affect your listening skills. You may want to hear from a deceased family member or spouse however they may not be ready to communicate with you. Patience is important." - Deb Martin-Webster

In Western North Carolina, the culture is mostly southern lifestyle and country music. Last week I heard a country song called, I Hear Voices by Chris Young.

"You could say I'm a little bit crazy, you could call me insane, walkin' 'round with all these whispers, runnin' 'round here in my brain." 

I totally related to Chris Young's song. As a kid I thought I was crazy. I heard voices all the time. Voices of people I didn't know yet needed to be heard. I realized they were the voices of those who have passed over and were trying to communicate; to let their family members know they were okay. However, as the year went by there was one voice; one I had become very familiar with - It was the voice of my spirit guide, Mel.

I remember as a young child it was difficult for my parents to get me to sleep. They would put me into bed and I would lie awake for hours watching the street lights and listening to the sounds of the nearby traffic. It was during the summer months that I began hearing someone singing. I couldn't have been more than 5-years old but I remember singing the song along with them, however I didn't understand the words. My parents thought I was singing gibberish. It wasn't until I was in my late twenties while singing the song to my daughter a friend told me that it was a Danish lullaby called, "Den Lille Ole [med paraplyen]." Translated it means "The Little Sandman with the Umbrella." Her grandmother who was Danish sang it to her. I don't speak the language nor have I ever been to Denmark. The only explanation is that a spirit of someone from the country knew the tune and sang it to soothe me.

I honestly believe everyone has some level of psychic ability. It's just a matter of being able to listen not with your ears but with your inner-self or as some say listening with your mind's eye. Contradictory yes nonetheless listening is more than hearing. It's also feeling energy. As I stated in my first article I'm  e
mpathetic,  I can sense and interpret energy and put it into words and images. 

Here are a few suggestions that helped me develop and trust my psychic listening skills:

Relax: The first time I heard my spirit guide was during a Closed Eye Process. The lights were dim and the room was quiet. Our facilitator who was also a Yoga instructor asked us to close our eyes and breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth. I could feel my body sink into a state of total relaxation.

Identification: Mentally or verbally ask, "Is there anyone who would like to communicate with me." Take a deep breath and wait for a response. You may not receive an answer right away but keep trying. I remember being with my mother when she died. She said, "I can't hold on anymore I can't hold on!" I had to tell her that it was okay to let go. It was 11-months after her death before I could communicate with her. The week prior to what would have been her 67th birthday I heard her say, "Debbie, take care of your dad; don't let him grieve his life away." I kept my promise. This year he celebrated his 94th birthday.

Be Open: Expectations will affect your listening skills. You may want to hear from a deceased family member or spouse however they may not be ready to communicate with you. Patience is important. A deceased friend may choose to come through to communicate with you first or in my case a spirit guide. Listen to what they have to say and keep trying. The person you want to hear from will eventually come through.

Document: Whenever I do a reading I always tell the person to take written notes or to bring a recording device. I may tell you something that [at the time] does not make sense or an unfamiliar name or place. Documenting helps [you] to remember details of your psychic experiences; what you hear, feel and/or see. It will make sense later.

Missed the first two chronicles? Click
Part1 and Part 2 of Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic - Part II

People always ask me can I'm able to communicate with people who have passed over to the other side.   Find out in the second part of my Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic.

Friday, July 26, 2013

“If you’re a real psychic, what am I thinking right now?”

Another question I get when I tell people I’m a psychic. This is usually my cue to screw with people. Yes, many psychic have a well-honed sense of humor and aren’t afraid to use it. Especially when people make themselves such easy targets playing, Stump the Psychic.

Trust me folks as a seasoned second generation psychic it generally turns out bad for you. For example:

Q. If you’re a real psychic what am I thinking right now, come on tell me and I’ll give you this $100 bill. (At this point I take a deep breath.)

A. Okay, I’m thinking you’re thinking that I’m a phony and can’t see that you’re a loser tool who can’t get an erection if a naked Victoria’s Secret model walked by and still lives in his mother’s basement working for Best Buy, with two emails – one for work and one under Am I getting close?

At that point they let out a nervous laugh tell me I’m full of shit and leave. Nine times out of ten I walk away with a crisp, new hundred dollar bill in my jean pocket.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Many people have asked me about my ability and how I came to realize I was psychic.  Here is an article I wrote that might give you some insight entitled Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic, Part I.  Enjoy!

Thursday, July 11, 2013

"Here's something to think about: How come you never see a headline like 'Psychic Wins Lottery'?
Jay Leno 

Lots of people ask me the same question. 

Q. If you're psychic why can't you see which numbers will be picked in the lotteries?

A. Most psychic tap into organic energy flow.  Lottery numbers are chosen by an electronic device.  I can't tap into electricity.  The last time I tried I ended up giving myself a fried, dyed and laid to the side afro, yikes!  Sticking your fingers into a light socket can give you quite a jolt - not to mention a major headache.  I won't be doing that again anytime soon!  I'll keep playing my numbers just like the average Joe and hope I win.