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Am I Psychic Or An Overthinker?


I really have no idea where to begin so I'll just start by saying that I don't know if I'm psychic or just thinking too hard.

A few months ago a supernatural friend of mine informed me that I was a doppelgänger. He told me stories of the times he's hung out with him and mentioned that he (my doppelgänger) didn't have supernatural powers meaning that I had them. Later he told me that one of my ancestors was clairvoyant. All of this was really shocking to me and really hard to believe. It's still hard to believe to this day that the supernatural exists but real life evidence has told me otherwise.

Anyways, ever since he has told me that I have powers I have been doing a lot of research trying to find out what I am. I came across the term clairvoyant/psychic/lightworker and it really resonates with me. I've had dreams come true. One right before my first day of third grade where I saw the entire interior of my classroom and the seating arrangement. I feel spirits all the time and have had my fair share of run ins with bad ones. All my life I've felt I've had a purpose greater than myself. One to spread love and happiness through out the world. I was always the class clown from kindergarten until I graduated. Everyone tells me I'm intelligent even though I lack academic success.

Everything I read about psychics makes sense but I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around the idea. I'm actually quite scared really. What if I am psychic? What am I supposed to do? Am I really something special? I really want to know and I would really appreciate it if someone could help me. Am I psychic? And if so could you give me some useful tips to aid in the process of my awakening?

Thanks for taking the time read this. Your patience and kindness is greatly appreciated

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