Thursday, March 28, 2013

3 Ways a Psychic Can Predict Your Future (Without Reading Your Mind)

How do psychics predict the future? How can a good psychic seem to know what happens BEFORE it does? Is it a trick? Cold reading? Mind reading? Or some sort of special gift that only a few people will ever have? Any of these questions sound familiar? In this article we are going to take a quick and easy look at how many gifted psychics, clairvoyants and empaths are able to foresee the future... well in advance. Curious to know more? Continue reading as we take a closer look below.

Filed Under: The Ashkashic Record Philosophy

Essentially, this was popularized by world famous psychic healer Edgar Caycee about 50 years ago, and is an idea that has many deep roots in scientific and spiritual circles alike. (even Carl Jung, the father of modern psychotherapy, taught something similar... that the universe is made up of a collective unconscious, or the history of all past, present and future events that are stored in the universe)

A psychic who focuses on this idea believes that your life is already written so to speak... and that all of the future events in your life are embedded in the fabric of the universe. (and can be seen, read and interpreted by anyone gifted enough to enter the spiritual space where this information, or energy "lives")

While I DO believe in a variation of this idea, I'm not 100% confident that many psychics who practice this type of reading are as good as they believe themselves to be... and are often just guessing, under the guise of doing something more spiritual.

Filed Under: Trance, Lucid or Precognitive Dreams

Many really good psychics will enter an altered state to pick up precognitive information. I've seen it. And done it. And while we don't necessarily understand the way the brain can tune in to future events, it CAN be done. (lots of people talk about quantum entanglement being the key to how future information can actually be accessed in the present, by a highly trained brain... especially by someone gifted in precognition)

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Influence Of Astrology In The Life Of People

Based on the position of the planet and the time of birth the astrological science is built. It is considered that according to the planets the personality of the person and the future of the person can be predicted. In several places the influence of astrological science can be perceived. Basically the Indian and the Chinese are prominently following it. In India basically, a horoscope is constructed based on the movement of the planets at the time of birth. The birth chart is prepared first then the study is made to conceive what it says. The person who makes the study is called an astrologer. After studying the chart thoroughly he makes the predictions about the person and his characters. These days several online channels and software are developed. With the help of these tools anybody can prepare their birth chart.

Therefore whichever mode you choose to prepare a birth chart you need your date of birth, year of birth, time of birth and place of birth. With all these key points you can focus on how to develop your birth chart. As all the predictions are based on the birth chart it is essential that a person gives accurate and detailed information while preparing the birth chart. Any changes in this information can bring a lot of difference in the predictions as the entire characteristics might be changed. In the birth chart you would find the planets in different positions. Based on these positions the calculations are made by the astrologer. These planets are read as The sun, The moon, mercury, Venus Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Each planet has a house position according to the zodiac sign. Some of the zodiac signs are Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Capricorn, Sagittarius, Aquarius and Pisces.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

You Should Go Hear Some Live Music This Weekend

If you are looking to have a great time this weekend, you may want to consider going to listen to some live music. There are many venues where melodies can be heard on a nightly basis. You do not have to go to an opera house or a rock concert to hear great live music. Many local museums feature great bands a few times a month to allow the public to experience new and interesting sounds. You can also find a local bar that may have a couple of bands playing or maybe just one singer and musician entertaining the crowd. If you are interested in going to listen to a performance, there are a few things that you can do to make sure that your experience is as enjoyable as it can possibly be.

The first thing that you need to do is to look at the website of the venue to see when the performances are held. There are times when the venues offer the shows free of charge, but there are other times when tickets must be purchased in order for you to gain admittance into the show. If you need to buy tickets to get in, it is a good idea to buy them in advance. Many times, the tickets cost more if you buy them at the door and you will have to wait in line to buy them and then wait in line again to get admittance. Many venues allow you to purchase the tickets over the Internet and then print them off at your home. It is a quick and easy way to make sure that you are able to get to hear the performance you want to hear.

How to Tattoo: The Important Decisions You Need to Make Before Getting a Real Tattoo

Tattoos have been around for centuries and have been rapidly growing in popularity over the past few decades. It used to be the sole property of "free spirited" people, bikers and gang members but these days it seems that everyone is seeking to get one. Finding out how to tattoo is always the biggest question. There are ways to do it at home, but most choose a professional tattoo studio. There are certain important factors to consider in finding the right place to go and the right tattoo artist to mark your body forever.

Finding Your Studio

A good tattoo studio will always take the time to answer any of your questions. Schedule a free consultation with an artist and have them provide or point you in the direction of any tattoo information you need. They should be willing to show you the process their studio has in how to tattoo their clients. At any time if you feel the studio is not being upfront with any information or are unable to answer your questions, go to another one.

The modern tattoo studio and working environment should be held to the same levels of cleanliness and hygiene as any doctor's office. So when you go in for your consultation with the artist, make sure to look at their equipment. Today there are numerous courses in sterilization, studio maintenance and first aid. Quality studios will promote these kinds of certificates and training for all employees.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

How Airbrush Tattoos Work

Airbrush tattoos have been around since the late 1990s. First introduced at theme parks and events, they became a new and popular form of temporary body art. Innovation, creativity and appearance provide the artist with a detailed piece of body art that looks like a real tattoo.

They are done using paint on the skin not injected into the skin as are permanent tattoos. They are not dyes like henna tattoos nor are they ink like ball point pen art. They are not glued on like glitter tattoos, they are painted with a special air gun that applies the different colors with a special precision that allows the recipient to easily wash off or keep the body art.

Airbrush Tattoos

Airbrushes themselves are not a new concept and are used for many different purposes. Airbrushes were first created in 1893 and were used for different kinds of art and other hobby projects. They are now used on everything from cars to clothes. With the many advances in airbrushes and paint over the years, they have evolved for use on the skin.

These tools are delicate and require some training, so novices are discouraged from using them without some form of introduction and instruction.

The first step of getting an airbrush tattoo is selecting a design stencil pattern for your tattoo. The professional airbrush artist has many already created stencil designs to select from and some allow you to create your own. Once you select your design, the artist asks you to choose your colors. Some artists limit the number of colors used in the design, while others are more liberal. Keep in mind there may be an extra charge for extra colors. The next step is deciding where you'd like your design. Once these things are all decided, the artist goes to work and creates your beautiful airbrush tattoo. Once the design is completed, artists will apply a thin layer of powder or a finishing spray to help the design last longer.

Friday, March 1, 2013

Body Art Throughout History

Body art has been practiced for many centuries. Permanent and temporary alike, people have adorned their bodies in different ways. Originally for tribal ceremonies and signifying social classes, but has now become common in mainstream culture. There are five main types that have been developed throughout thousands of years.

When did People Begin Tattooing

Tattooing is believed to have started as early as 3300 BC, after being discovered on the famous Ötzi the Iceman mummy in 1991. It was used centuries ago in cultures in China, Japan, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Samoa, Persia, Europe, and New Zealand Māori. It was used in many cultures to signify tribal status and in others used to mark social class such as slaves and criminals. In later years it was used to signify higher social statuses.

In the past 50-100 years, technology has advanced significantly, and it has become more acceptable for ordinary people to have them instead of just aristocracy. It grew in popularity with military men and women that were featured at fairs as the "Tattooed Lady". It then transferred to be done mainly among rock and roll fans, bikers, and gang members as a way to separate themselves from mainstream society.