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Growing Up, Coming To Terms


When I was a child I used to be able to find lost things by concentrating on the object or person. Even today when someone looses something I somehow know exactly where to look. It's a fun trick if someone has a messy house.

Once, a couple years ago, my dog ran away. I looked for her for several days and put up posters. I kept finding myself drawn to a swamp in an undeveloped area behind my parent's house. After 7 days, I had almost given up. I'm on the phone with a friend and I think to myself "Go look out the front door, right now". So I quickly go to the front door and there is my dog. Covered in nasty black mud.

I've found that I have had lots of experiences throughout my life. Mostly as very vivid dreams that came true. I remember not sleeping well as a child because of nightmares (mainly about wars, sometimes bad weather). It scared the hell out of me sometimes, other times it was fun because I would have dreams about what my parents and grandparents had planned for surprises.

I used to pick up other peoples emotions like a sponge, I couldn't turn it off. It got to the point where being in crowds was unbearable. I think I started doing drugs and seeking out women to distract me to get it to go away. I've gotten older, sobered up, only to start having it come back.

Recently, my father confessed similar experiences growing up, and someone on my mother's side has had an ongoing fascination with the occult so I think there may be some ability there too. I wish they had said something growing up so I wouldn't have felt so much like a freak. I spent years of my life trying to silence a gift, because it was a burden I couldn't deal with on my own.

I wonder, at 30 is it too late to learn to use those gifts?

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Chasealexander (12 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-28)
don't call yourself a freak. Its not a curse and no one has to know except the ones who have the same experiences. And when growing up a lot of stuff can happen...
And no it isn't too late to use those gifts again. Just meditate and think of that gift you had and soon enough you'll be able to use it again. Trust me I am one who studies a lot on psi. Abilities. And I am one person you should trust even though I am only thirteen.
social (1 stories) (1 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-23)
I've heard of people who drain your psychic energy. I think my ex wife was one of those people. After a couple of weeks with her and nothing worked anymore. Which at the time was pretty much the idea. Strangely Bad weather even follows her around. It rains every time she comes to town.

Things started working almost immediately once the divorce was final. Maybe it has more to do with happiness.
Dark_Empath (1 stories) (8 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-23)
I agree I'm 15 and when I'm ready a new talent comes into play I can do quite a bit Whats age after all...
davis_em (1 stories) (23 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-23)
I believe that it is absolutely NEVER too late to learn something or search or come to terms with yourself. 😊 I'm with mystical, you do it when its right for you. Congratulations on your searching...

I sure wish I could find things when they're lost, but that's not one of my talents. I'm more likely to lose it twice than find it once (hehe). 😆 Oh well, maybe with enough concentration...
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-22)
I'm a little the opposite. I can't find things, but oddly know when they are going to be lost. That's a little opposite maybe. Perhaps I'm a preparer. Though I have found a few important things, now that I think about it, but not many. Mostly, what you need to hear is that it's okay to mess up. We all have. Being sensitive makes us search and that's not always easy so be accepting of yourself. Move on... Then you'll probably see more which is where you're wanting to go.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-22)
I don't feel it is ever too late. I'm 36 and just started searching not too long ago. Everyone starts when the time is right for them. Actually, wasn't too long ago when I learned you could do anything with them as far as progression goes anyway. I thought everyone was born with what they had and it was just that, you got what you got. Wow, was I ever so surprised. Protection is a key as well and actually very important. Still learning.

I'm glad you have come at peace with yourself. I know it can be hard at times, especially when there is no one to talk to and help. I'm glad you found support now as well. Wish you the best and good luck. We are all here to help as much as we can.

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