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The existence of true “psychic” persons is controversial and constantly debated, although the majority of people don’t tend to believe in it according to a number of studies performed by universities and independent researchers in the United States. Still, the belief in psychic abilities varies from person to person, and some do believe that it is indeed a real phenomenon present within people that are able to perceive certain information that is not available through normal human senses through what’s called “extrasensory perception”.  

Whatever you believe, the fact is that self-proclaimed psychics exist and make a business out of what they would like you to believe is their own extrasensory perception of things. Most psychics in North America operate small businesses in which they offer psychic readings in person or even over the phone. Fees for these services can be quite steep, depending on the “psychic” and exactly what type of psychic reading services they provide. Psychic reading services can range from tarot card reading to palm reading and rune reading, among many others.

So what exactly makes a person believe that they have extrasensory perception or “psychic” abilities? Accurately predicting a future event or occurrence is most commonly what leads someone to believe that they are a psychic. Witnessing such a prediction come true also commonly leads others to believe in a person’s psychic abilities. These instances are arguably always luck or coincidences, and never truly indicate any psychic abilities, especially since they are commonly only one-time occurrences. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences came to the conclusion that there is no scientific evidence proving the existence of parapsychological phenomena according to research conducted over a period of 130 years more than 20 years ago in 1988, yet that hasn’t stopped the belief in psychic abilities.

“Psychics” continue to exist and operate their businesses throughout the world, and it is solely up to you in terms of believing in their practices, since there is no definitive proof on either side of the issue of extrasensory perception. While logic can tell you that these people have a false belief in the power of their minds and that they merely operate a profitable scam, others put their hope and trust in what these psychics have to say. The belief in psychics and extrasensory perception is much like the belief in a religion: while there is no way to prove it as either existent or non-existent, it gives some people something to have faith in.

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This article was published on 2012/04/09