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What's Blocking My Precognitive Abilities?


I've always been precognitive since I was little and also slightly empathic. I have never met anyone like me so I convinced myself to ignore what I could do and eventually the visions dwindled away to the point of almost going away entirely.

I finished high school and I worked with someone who I idolized and through talking I found she was a Wiccan. I had been wanting to strengthen my precognitive abilities for a while but just didn't know how. She helped me a lot and told me to try meditation.

So here we are a few months later and I have been meditating and it's been working amazingly. I even saw a face in one of my meditation sessions that turned out to be someone on the news.

Two days ago I tried to meditate and it wasn't working like it normally should. The pictures were very slow coming and blurry. So I tried to make myself see a certain picture that I had no problem seeing before (I've been working on seeing specific subjects) and it felt like I was hit my a mental brick wall. I know that sounds dumb but that's what it felt like. After that I saw nothing. I tried two different times between then and now to see anything and I've gotten nothing. I'm at a loss because my Wiccan friend isn't very good at meditation and she has no idea what could have happened.

Is something blocking me? And if so what could it be? Or am I all of a sudden losing what I can do? I'm really freaking out because for the first time in my life I felt real and not just a big lie. Please help me if you can.

Thank you,


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Philip (1 posts)
9 years ago (2015-06-30)
Does watching television affect psychic development? I have been studying for years. I meditate daily. Still I have no progress.
Leenumba23 (guest)
10 years ago (2014-12-17)
I have posted a similar scenario. I'll save you reading but saying that I had some visions as a child but mostly I could tap into what people where going to say right before they said it. For some reason I can't so this anymore. It used to be easy but now it almost frustrating.
carri (22 stories) (221 posts)
10 years ago (2014-12-17)
I think your abilities were natural. I would pray to get them back. The meditation may not be helping. One night I prayed God why no more dreams of things to come. Then I looked at a photograph of the mesa serial killer victims. Then I went to sleep and went into a dream state of what happened to them. It really amazed me to have that ability again naturally by just praying.
ProfKelly (38 posts)
10 years ago (2014-12-07)
In my professional experience, what you are describing is typically the result of mental, emotional, or physical stress. It's acting as a blockade, preventing you from being able to reach and/or benefit from the altered state of consciousness you were reaching during meditation in the past. Reflect on recent changes in your life to determine the source of the stress.

If you cannot currently and directly resolve the stressor, consider (1) actively engaging in creative activities (e.g. Reading, writing, playing an instrument, photography, listening to music, etc.) prior to meditating, or engaging in group or solo physical activities during the day or early evening (e.g. Yoga, qi gong, tai chi, style or free-style dance, jogging, running, elliptical training, or traveling and exploring by backpacking or hiking). All of these help combat stress and will help you get back on track mentally, emotionally, physically, and psychically.
Zin (guest)
10 years ago (2014-12-05)
Curious, another piece of the past showing itself, odd for it to happen so often after, about two years I think.
create_inspire_me (5 stories) (146 posts)
10 years ago (2014-12-04)
To add onto what Salem has said, it's also quite possible that people/things can block you from seeing what you wish to. Don't take it as someone or yourself might be doing so, it's a generalized statement.

Whatever it might be, if this is the only block that you're encountering with this one subject, and your ability works fine on other things. Then having it being blocked from you is in the realm of possibilities.
(Just wanted to throw that out there)

But I DO believe that you should try deeper into meditation and get to a point where the entire outside is blocked off from your senses. You should focus on your task and if you encounter it once more, then analyze the situation.

Just because you're in meditation it doesn't mean that you can't find a way to get through or undo something that can be hindering you.

Rest up well, then proceed again and see if anything has changed.

Good luck!
Salems_End29 (1 stories) (3 posts)
10 years ago (2014-12-03)
First of all: you cannot lose your abilities, so don't stress over that. It is your inherent state of being. Everyone has this.

I sometimes have this same experience. One day visions a-plenty, the next...nothing. In my opinion there are a few contributing factors as to why this happens:

1. Energy- if you're lacking in it, or owning the wrong kind. If you're focusing on LOSING IT, then by law, you will lose it. Energy flows where our attention goes.

2. Receiving visions is primarily a clairvoyant ability, using the brow charka or 'third eye'. It's possible you're lacking energy there.

3. A loud mind. If you're head is too loud, your emotions too rampant, then expect that to be the focal of your attention.

4. Perhaps you should expand your efforts? I've often found when something disappeared for me it was because I needed to be looking into another area.

All in all don't fret over it too much. And don't attach yourself to it- that means you fear losing it. Fear is an magnificent manifestor. Breathe. Chill. Take a break from meditation. Or rather, take a break from expecting too much out of it.

If you'd like to talk more shoot me an email, on my profile page.

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