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Psychic Prediction, Karma & Fate – You Can’t Rewrite the Karmic Play of Life After Incarnating

Updated on September 23, 2013

You can react to your karma and fate, but you can't delete it. Also, fate and destiny are the same thing. Some creative, modern astrologers suggest otherwise, but fate and destined events and circumstances in people's lives have always existed.

The good news is that you have free will to deal with it all and also to create as you see fit, as long as your desire is within your karmic blueprint.

How do you know what your fate is? As humans, we naturally set goals and take action in accordance with whatever feels the most "right." For example, if you're 5'3" tall, can't jump, and you don't like team sports, you are not going to try to become an NBA basketball player. Therefore, it's most likely not your destiny.

There are no windows of opportunity that we are aware of, while incarnated, in regards to altering your destiny and karma. You can't skip or add scenes and re-write the play of life while on "stage" acting it out. You (your soul) determines your karmic path - the "good" and the "bad"- before birth, and you (your personality) plays out that role after birth.

Why? Because your soul wants to grow and learn from specific lessons while incarnated. Just because your personality doesn't like something that's destined for you doesn't mean you can pass over it.

We have witnessed, however, psychic guidance playing a role in helping to avoid danger, especially if a person is not meant to experience the event. For example, a psychic consultant tells a client to avoid a flying on a particular day, the client consequently changes her flight and therefore avoids a plane crash. From our perspective she was fated to take the psychic's advice and avoid the flight, thus continue living.

Another example is how, in a spring 2001 predictive consultation, we recommended that a Manhattan entrepreneur client avoid opening atentatively planned new NYC restaurant in September 2001. Since he followed our advice and didn't open the new place in September 2001, it appears as if, despite being fated for challenges in autumn 2001, he wasn't destined for business failure involving significant financial loss. We just happened to be part of the process by which he avoided disaster (9-11).

Also, no psychic is 100% accurate. Over the years, we've had a lot of readings with many different psychics, and a good number were very talented and accurate, but the majority were less than 65% accurate in predicting future events and indicating the precise timing of those circumstances. If you want a higher degree of accuracy, we suggest numerology and pre-modern astrology in conjunction with psychic insight.

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      I think most people have some level of psychic abilities possibly coming in the form of a dream or a hunch. I think 100% accuracy rate would be very difficult to achieve. What has been your experience with this phenomena?


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