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Should I Talk To My Dad Again About My Esp Abilities?


I am 16 years old, and am just realizing what I can do. I just need people to talk to about it or explain it or something. I have major dream deja vue, and I even am aware it is deja vue because they are the only dreams so crystal clear that I can see faces and places. The deja vue has been around since I can remember. I think it might be hereditary because my father said he did that too.

I can sense and talk to spirits too. This is the part I am just discovering. It is also the part everyone but two of my friends at school, both really strong psychics for as long as they can remember, says is fake. See most of the friends I have are or were in this program called IB. It is basically for gifted and talented, so they think everything has a rational explanation. I see spirits as shadows, and depending on their "mood" they have different colors. For example the guardian (I think you call them guides on this site) of my younger sister, Jessica a departed six year old, is pure white because she is just so happy and optimistic. My guardian, David, is a gloomy kind of grey because he was killed in Iraq and had to leave his new wife and daughter. Now this is just a skill I am just figuring out, so does anyone have any ideas that might help me fine tune it? They keep interrupting me in my classes and it is hard to concentrate.

I can read tarot cards fairly easy most of the advice I have given the friends who believe me has been relatively accurate.

I think I have a little precognition because when my great uncle Billy died October my freshman year, and when my second cousin Tony died last October I was morbid for a couple of days before (my teachers even sent me to the school counselors to see if they could figure out what was wrong with me), I just knew something was going to happen, but I didn't know what.

I just wish my dad would understand, because I am so like him, and I think he has psychic abilities, but just denies them. Should I talk to him about it again, or just let him live in denial?

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Lost_Soul (5 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-16)
It's alway good to try and talk to your dad. It is always good to communicate and share similar thigs that happened ad are happenig to you. If you tell your dad about your experiences then mabey if he dose have phychic powers, he would accept them.
angleGirl111 (1 stories) (113 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-16)
I have the same experances
My mom
And little from my dads famly
Gave me the abiltys
And I HAVE talk to them about it
I think they where hidng it
Well they think its a game so
Talk to him
Tell him
natti (10 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-14)
well there is a slight chance he may have abilities as far I know abilities pass down through families and sometimes can skip generations
revsilverson (guest)
14 years ago (2009-02-13)
many times psychic gifts are hereditary. But some people deny them for various reasons: ridicule, ostracism, fear etc. We are raised to rely on the senses of the physical body and not the senses of the soul. Some people are comfortable discussing these things and others are not. In some cases they may resent you for upsetting their applecart of beliefs based upon the physical body senses. Surround yourself with those who believe in spirit. With 35 years experience I have learned that I have the power to control my visions. There are some days I cannot deal with the spirits and I tell them that I do not have enough energy that day but will, in the near future, help them. They honor my request. You are clairsentient and clairvoyant. I don't quite know what you are calling deja vu though. I don't see any reason to speak to your father again. He will speak to you about your gifts if he feels the need. Find others with similar talents to support you.

Love and Light,
leodowneyjr (1 stories) (71 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-13)
Id say nothing. Never reveal unless you can prove it and still expect doubt. Although I know how you feel. Lucky for me many people in my life know and believe I'm some things. No that they want to. Most have seen or heard ghost, some have delt with other things. Most people ahve at least some experience in their lives, but people stillbury thier heads in the sand, and hate anyone who awakes them. Most people live in complete denial and fear of the unkown and uncontrolable, and would do anything, seriously, franticaly, anything to get it as far away as possible. Do you see what I'm saying.
Bolt (11 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-12)
Communication with parents can sometimes be difficult, especially when it is about something as rare as ESP, well... That's what people think... It really depends on how close you and your dad are, if you are very close, then Sure tell him:) He's your dad, he won't be mad... Just might think your lying. I told my mom and she Thinks I'm kind of crazy:P But the relationship is still strong. She kind of pushed it under the rug...
Stargazerkh (1 stories) (4 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-12)
Hey thanks for all the advice. It really will help, I think. The letter idea is good. 😊
Training4Life (1 stories) (22 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-12)
My mother strongly disagrees with me practicing to be a pyschic, so I myself have to train in secret. Only tell your dad if your intuition tells you that it's okay to tell him. He may be an unaware pyschic himself, but this does not mean he will willingly allow you to continue training.

If you are being bothered by spirits, they usually have something left unfinished in this world. Be willing to help them if they seek you out for this reason. If they overwhelm you though while you're at school, simply ask them to leave you in peace. If that does not work, make them leave in the name of the Holy Father.
undernew_mgmt (3 stories) (11 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-12)
I believe that a person who has abilities should fully understand what they are up against before spending the time and energy trying to prove their capabilities. If explained wrong by you it could hamper the way you feel not only about yourself but others as well (maybe cause a frown or two). There is always a time and place for this, and maybe it just isn't time yet?
StormAngel (10 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-11)
Only you know your dad. You know better then all of us to wether or not you should try talking to him again. - Have you thought about writing a letter? Somtimes its easyer to say the things you want to say, through a letter.

Although I don't really know, I've never told anyone about mine 😕

Hope this helps! 😊
Destiny (10 posts)
14 years ago (2009-02-11)
Hey, I always wonder the same question. But I guess just imagine the way you think he would react. I'm not telling mine anytime soon though. So I guess it's that 'do as I say not as I do' thing =D

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