Today’s Psychic Energy Report for 5-19-16

The psychic energy today is going to highlight risky ventures...

Here Is Today's Psychic Energy Report:

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The psychic energy today is going to highlight risky ventures. To be aware and informed is to be prepared. That fact takes priority over other concerns today.

All that is due to today’s prevalent psychic energy. If you are the kind of person who is nervous about taking risks, today may be somewhat difficult for you to handle. Which is why if you know that you will be exposed to any risky activity or decision making, then it would be in your best interest to prepare ahead of time.

Avoid going to places where the element of risk is ordinarily always present. These include out-of-the-way locations that you have never been to, or places that feel creepy to you for whatever reason.

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4 Responses

  1. Sam B says:

    I think risk is more of a state of mental observation. What is seen is there. Therefore, if there is no concern of risk, there is no worry or fear to follow up to bolster it. If the risk is seen, then this awareness creates the risk concept.

    A good example of this is a fear if heights. If you are standing on a 10 story building, the closer you are to the edge, the more aware of the risk you become through the sheer fear of falling. Compared to those unafraid, they are aware of the risk of falling but are not concerned as much, therefore the “risk” may drop.

    Alternatively, if someone is trying to start a business and attempt to expand on a low budget, the risk comes in on the monetary gain/loss ratio, right? If this is compared to someone with a much higher budget, there is less of a concern for this as they have something to fall back on.

    However, comparing this to a much smaller risk such as tripping over a step, the risk factor awareness is minimal but this is offset by physical practicality. If the step is not seen, the risk can still occur.

    Being aware may bolster the mindset and the occurrence of a risk being present. Being unaware may have the inverse of same effect.

    It probably just depends on the literal occurrence of the event.

    As contradicting as this may be, a risk is only a risk if it is considered as such. It is down to the mentality of how you perceive a situation.

    Either that makes sense or I’ve been rambling nonsense.

  2. Candy says:

    Risky behavior to me is:
    Speaking up when I need to lol
    Really it’s not funny but it’s true.
    it’s extremely difficult for me, it’s hard.

  3. Sam B says:

    That’s something I can relate to. Despite my activeness, I am severely introverted to the point that its difficult to even speak out if fear of looking like an idiot. Social anxiety is a major drawback for me. In a typical social environment, I tend to keep to myself. Its got to a point now that I’m more concerned about what I’m thinking about than the current conversations, often drifting into deep thoughts and daydreams. I’ve had incidents where people say “hi”to me while I’m in deep thought and I can’t react to them fast enough so they think I’m ignoring them when I’m not. I react about two seconds after the fact which is kinda a large gap in reaction time and its frustrating I can’t Just zone back in.

    However, I wouldn’t worry about it. It is often known that many spiritual people are introverts.

    My lack of general social activity in favor of internal introspection at the expense of my social life and social skills has lead me to many discoveries about myself and concepts due to the sheer amount of thinking I do. Essentially, my lack of social skills lead me to focus more on introspection other discoveries. So there’s nothing wrong with being shy at all. Being one of the more extreme cases of this, I’ve learned to find solace in my other abilities, psychic or otherwise.

    The risk is balanced by reward in other areas.

  4. Sam B says:

    Even now, I’m wondering if I said that right.

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