For my intuitively inclined readers, here is a little game that my boyfriend and I have been playing recently.
Don’t worry, it’s safe for work.
Now, I will freely admit that I blatantly borrowed this idea from Anna Sayce’s lovely blog, Psychic But Sane.
Anna offers intuitive development courses through her website, and also occasionally posts psychic experiments on her blog. These consist of a photograph of someone who is reasonably famous, but whose face is not well-known to most people. Readers are encouraged to comment on their intuitive perceptions about the person, and then Anna reveals the subject’s identity after a few days.
Since I had some success with the experiments she posted (I correctly guessed the first names of the two that I tried), my boyfriend offered to help me with my intuitive development by providing similar photographs of people whose names I might recognize, but whose faces I would not.
This exercise has turned out to be an excellent confidence builder for my intuitive tendencies, and after practicing it for while I thought it might be useful for other people too. Not to mention a lot of fun! We’ve been having a great time doing this.
Fortunately for me, due to an extreme fondness for Wikipedia, the aforementioned boyfriend possesses far more information about practically everything on earth than anyone actually needs to, so this task was surprisingly easy for him.
We have been playing this game for a few weeks now, and thus far I have been able to positively identify 14 of the 15 people he has sent me.
In order to do this, I look at the photograph to try and see what initial psychic impressions I get about the person, if any. I try to identify what sort of character they are/were, what time period they belonged to, what type of work they might have done, and what kind of contribution (or detriment) they may have made to humanity.
Once I have gathered enough pieces of psychic information to really narrow down the search, I then employ the resources of the Internet (yaay, Google!) to try and actually identify the person, and I am not satisfied until I have found the original photograph that I was provided with.
I typically run my initial impressions past my boyfriend, and he is allowed to confirm any hits I get, but not to lead me in any specific direction, or to give me any concrete details whatsoever. I insist on locating the target without any direct guidance.
One specific technique I like to use is to mentally ask the subject of the the photograph a question about what kind of person they were, or what they were all about. I have gotten some surprisingly accurate and interesting responses using this method, which I will tell you about as we go along.
Another method I have used with some success is to try and interpret the aura colors that I sense around the person in the picture; this has also provided me with information that has helped me to locate at least one of the individuals I was given.
If you would like to play the game too, I will post the photographs I’ve already identified here, and give you a day or two to look for the person yourself. Afterwards I will let you know who they are, and the psychic hits I received when I investigated him or her. I will let you know which of your impressions were correct as well.
As an initial example, just so you get an idea of what I’m talking about, below is the very first picture my boyfriend sent to me.
This is the only individual so far that I was not able to positively identify, although I was very close, and would have done so if we had not ended the experiment a little early.
See if you can do better than I did!
Have a look at this person and see what you think of him. What era does the photo belong to? What sort of person is he, where is he from, and what is his role in the world? Do you like him, or not? Why? What do you think his job might be? Did he do the world good, or harm? Don’t discount any seemingly random words or impressions that may arise – as you will see, they can often be accurate.
Drop me a comment if you have any questions as we go along, or email me at email@example.com if you think you have identified who the person is.
But only if you find them using your intuitive skills, not if you just already happen to know who they are! And if you do, please don’t give it away.
Happy reading, and I hope to hear from you soon!