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Can You Inherit Psychic Powers?


This summer I went to visit my grand mother. (She's like my best friend). My grandmother is a very religious, wise woman with elegance and grace like nothing I have ever seen. The minuet she is near me I feel at peace. And for the longest time I was scared to tell her just because of how down to earth she is. Plus when I started to think of how I would tell her, it convinced me I was crazy and I would just restart again ha-ha.

One night we were sitting out on her porch looking out into the deep forest that lines her entire property. We weren't saying anything just enjoying the lighting bugs. Then a feeling of pride came over me.

I don't know where I came from. But she turned to me and said "Liz, what number am I thinking of?" I looked into her eyes and instantly the feeling of knowing filled me and instantly I replied "58". She smiled like I have never seen her before. This rush of excitement flowed through me, and if you could see my face I probably looked like peater parker when he figured out he had superpowers.

"Connie would be so proud!" She exclaimed standing up and clapping her hands. Connie was my great grandmother. I didn't say anything just looked at her. Grandma explained to me that Connie had a gift of many psychic abilities. She was known in the town of Hope for it. And apparently I was the next generation to inherit the ability. Ever since then grandmother has been trying to help me along with this (talking to my parents, having friends call and talk to me about my experiences) but it's like they don't truly understand unless they have had the experience happen to them.

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thatonechick (5 stories) (7 posts)
13 years ago (2009-06-16)
thank you all so much for your comments. I have been talking with my grandmother and not only do I have what connie had but a little more too. I'm looking to into my mothers side for some more infomation. I don't know what ide do with out support like you guys and my family. 😊
axion444 (1 stories) (5 posts)
13 years ago (2009-06-14)
I very much believe that it has a genetic component. I've never known another sensitive where it didn't, to some extent, run in the family. Based on what I can tell, it also has a strong maternal correlation. Generally, I find that more girls are sensitive, but the guys that are tend to be very powerful. Perhaps it's a weird sex-linked trait.
PathR (4 stories) (1274 posts)
13 years ago (2009-06-13)
As I understand the concept of graciegirl.
Her mother not being able to help since not the same degree of abilities is lower. I must point out that inorder to teach we must as individuals be able to follow basic principles and understand people. I have had many a teacher whom has ability to teach and yet not demonstrate the resonance of energy that comes with my guides and yet I learned much!. Keep an open mind, keep meek and you will go far. Best wishes
graciegirl (1 stories) (15 posts)
13 years ago (2009-06-12)
You are lucky to have others to be able to help you. I inherited my abilities from my mother, but (I do not mean to sound conceited) she is nowhere near as powerful as I am. Whereas she has minor telepathic (of feelings) abilities, I have powerful telepathic abilities (with feelings and emotions, and some thoughts based on what I am feeling) and am an empath. As she is not as powerful, she is not able to help me develop my abilities... But yes, psychic abilities can be inherited.
godfathrgirl (1 stories) (3 posts)
13 years ago (2009-06-12)
I'd definitely say you got some kind of psychic ability! 58 is beyond random. Yes, you can inherit psychic abilities, I know I have. It's a true gift, and it divides you among the rest. Feel special! Feel proud (but not too proud!) and boy Connie would be pleased! 😆 Enjoy it:]
PathR (4 stories) (1274 posts)
13 years ago (2009-06-12)
Ah yes! You can inherit psychic powers.
You are lucky your grandmother is alive.
She may be able to help you more than you think. Maybe tell her exactly what you feel in depth and question her how she feels.
My husband had full backing from his mom,
So this relieved isolation. As for me some
How I always felt everyone believed as I did in healing sacred, feeling watched, having helpers... Blessings
But I always felt different... Blessings
dreamergurl (guest)
13 years ago (2009-06-11)
Wow that is so neat! You are lucky to have someone you trust so much be helping you through this, and having your family be involved. Many psychics don't have that option. Well, in regards to your title, yes, psychic traits can be hereditary. I'm going to go and get all sciency here... The reason it can get passed down is because of the chromosomes on the egg and sperm. Each chromosome carries data that was from the original person, and 35% of that data on EACH chromosome comes from the brain. A good deal of it is just basics, what we call instincts. However, some of it is other traits. For example, Johann Sebastian Bach- he was practically born a prodigy. A more amazing example- people with mental retardation of any kind. The most extraordinary cases of this are found in children born with cerebral pawlsy and diseases of the like, where many of the basic instincts implanted in the chromosomes are missing. And what takes the place? Other traits, extraordinay traits that normal people aren't born with. Now, those are extreme examples, but for you, just know that yes psychism is something in a person's brain, and it can (and does) get passed down! I hoped this helped! If you wish to contact me further, feel free to email me, my e-mail is on my profile page. Good Luck with everything!

Ciao for Now--
Annie ❤

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