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Control of the Body by Psychic Means


I have recently noticed things that I'm just now starting to associate with psychic phenomena. This is controlling things in my body. It might sound weird when said like that, but if you read the rest, you'll know what I mean. I don't know if anyone has experienced this to, if so, please comment.

Sometimes, I would be sitting in class (I'm now 15), and I would be thinking of a song. After thinking about it for a while, I starts, not only hearing it in my head, but actually hearing it as if there was some radio playing next to me. This stops as soon as I take an actual notice of it, but I know that it happened because afterwards, I feel a string in my ears. Also, it isn't very loud, but still.

Often after this happens, the song I was thinking of would be the next song I hear on the radio. This would be controlling my eardrums.

An other thing that involves controlling things in my body, would be pain relief. Everyone has had a sharp pain suddenly appear on their sides or somewhere in that area. Well every time that happens, I concentrate on that area and the pain disappears. This is controlling nervous influx.

One other thing, would be disease control. Sometimes, when I really don't want to go to school on certain days or when I feel something bad is about to happen that day, I would get a slight fever and some dizziness. Just enough to not go to school, but not bad enough to make me miserable.

The opposite also happens. Sometimes, when I wake up feeling dizzy and nauseous, I just concentrate a bit, and I'll feel fine.

And finally, probably the most useful of all, Memory control. This happens very often. When I'm really bored in school, I don't listen to what the teacher is saying, but that doesn't mean that I don't hear it. One good example of this would be in history last year.

We were studying the middle ages and the Renaissance. I was bored with the subject, so I would stare out of the window, and be thinking of other things, I wouldn't do the homework, but when came time for the exam, I got 98%.

All that to say, If I find something important but boring, I don't have to pay attention to it and I will still learn it after hearing it once.

Thanks for reading and feel free to comment.

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tutankhamun (1 posts)
16 years ago (2008-07-25)
oh my god I can do that too lol wen I don't want to go to skool I wish that I get the flu or something an I will and ill hav the whole week off but I have stopped doing it now because its selfish lol its nice to hear from people who have one of the few abilities I have:D
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
16 years ago (2008-04-24)

ha-ha I've had that expierence too, but I persisted that something was wrong. In the room that I was in I smelt a smokey smell of carbon, even though no one else smelt it. I promised the teacher that there was a smoke smell, so finally after aruging with the teacher for a few minutes, they sent in an electrican (something of the sort) to check the wires and vents up at the top, and after checking for an hour they found the lent and stuff getting in the way and cleaned all of the system out really well.

I trust my smell because I am so sensative to it... Which in most cases I hate it because it can be highly aggitating... Like persisting with others ha-ha.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
16 years ago (2008-04-24)
Ara - I don't trust smell. I had every man in our manufacturing plant, sniffing, years ago because I smelled fire. None was found. Some hours later, one or three, we heard sirens. Firetrucks pulled up at the factory across the street. Their fire got put out thankfully with no big deal. This happened too once from a lightening strike two houses from mine. It burned to the ground, but the person got out. I made the official statement to the fire department, in tears, about smelling electrical smoke and calling around the neighborhood. This person was alone, his wife and daughter had gone out shopping, and I kept calling around until someone spotted a roof flame but he got out alive. It was a small town and the firetruck ran out water and none around so we watched it burn down, very sad. Fires are so aweful. I don't even like candles in my home. I'm a whimp I guess.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
16 years ago (2008-04-24)
It's not that odd that some people can hear, smell, and touch the future rather than see it. Because our brain believe it or not has extensive memory for each one, most people only see the memory for such things in the past. Such as remembering your mom's perfume, or a resturant you went to. These smell memories are so powerful that we subconciously (for most) attach an emotion to it.
Gaelrid (5 stories) (53 posts)
16 years ago (2008-04-23)
By the way, can you be clairscentient or something (smell the futur) cause I can tell what someone smells like before I actually smell them.
banshee (3 stories) (21 posts)
16 years ago (2008-04-06)
Biokinesis? Now that's a nifty new word. I'm kind of imagining you in front of a microscope manipulating little cells with your mind. Nice. I think I'll go play with my dictionary now. Bye

Gaelrid (5 stories) (53 posts)
16 years ago (2008-04-01)
I think it could be biokinesis, the art of controlling your body by psychic means
pegs_deborah (3 stories) (112 posts)
16 years ago (2008-03-30)
Sounds like your clairaudient. My aunt is clairaudient. Usually, she'll hear a song in her dreams, then that song will be the first song she hears on the radio, and usually that song will have some sort of significance for her day. So for instance, if the song is "I want to hold your hand," someone would hold her hand.
I'm not sure what to call the other stuff that happens to you but research clairaudience and see where that takes you.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
16 years ago (2008-03-25)
You don't have to read 'pyschic books' to be more 'powerful'. One becomes impowered through learning of the world in general, being an observer. Learning in school is just as vital, because being a psychic is merely intuition. The more you know about a subject the more you understand it overall, as you stated 'harnesting' your abilities.

People always ask what can I do to be better?

Simple think more positively, be a better person
banshee (3 stories) (21 posts)
16 years ago (2008-03-25)
The mind is a very amazing thing and your story definately begs the question of what is psychic and what isn't. Personally I fall into the broader scope camp, I think anything you do purely with your mind is psychic. Most people would call what you do psychic healing and lots of people do it. My housemate does it and he's a trained herbalist as well. You might consider studying some form of chinese medicine to learn about the energy flow in your body, your skills would increase a bunch I promise.
That thing about splitting your mind off in school. That just means that you are smarter than they are my friend and you would do well not to forget it or ever let them try to dumb you down. So here's my advice, don't just stare out the window, give yourself some other learning experience instead. Study something else, have a hidden physics book instead of a comic book. School doesn't last forever and you will need to hone your learning skills while you're there. I can't stress this enough ok, use that brain dude, stretch it out, study the things you are interested in and study all the time, find every gap in your school day that would otherwise be devoted to boredom and stupidity and fill it with something better. You'll know it's working when your test scores start to drop when you aren't paying attention. When your brain has something better to think about it ignores more of the boring stuff. I hope this helps, I was really smart as a kid and I had this problem all the time. Big brain syndrome. You'll be happy for it later.

GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
16 years ago (2008-03-23)
Gaelrid - hello. At your age, no one had a computer. I went to a tiny school. Couldn't take a foreign language ever. I am so glad people now have more info. My youngest son is your age. So I feel odd writing you. I've had your experiences. I've had them decades and they are real. I don't know how to advice you really. But be careful. A lot of what you read or hear is silly or harmful and stay grounded with what you have to do here. If you know "here" is important, I think you are trusted even more. No matter what else. I think priorities are important. When your life gets busy, and it will, and you stop writing or searching, know that's okay too. Don't kick yourself. Guilt always happens. Try to listen and do what seems good. That's always hard. Here is important and some lessons are tuff. Good is good and bad is bad and we do it all. In the end, we just learn. Listen to your parents. I think there is something special in that relationship. TY for posting. You are a smart guy. I hope your life is great.

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