March 23, 2019

Being Catholic and Psychic

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Hey dark passengers. It’s star7 and I’m here to share with you how my Catholic upbringing has influenced the way I feel about my gifts. I am a clairsentient and also a sensitive.

Unfortunately I can’t remember the priest’s exact words when he spoke to us that day. I do, however, remember being in my fifth grade religion class. The gist of the lesson was only God can make things happen or know what will happen.

I was lost and confused. How could it be wrong that I knew things and could sense things when God made me this way? From that day forward,I grew up being very fearful of my gifts because of my religion.

As I’ve grown spiritually and in maturity (don’t laugh…this is serious :P ), I’ve come to this conclusion: If God didn’t want me to have these gifts he wouldn’t have made me this way. As long as I, or anyone else for that matter, is using their gifts for good, God isn’t going to mind. Of course, that’s just my opinion.

I remember many times wanting to test my abilities or try to develop them further. I have always had second thoughts about doing so. I’ve always been afraid it may be wrong.  If it weren’t for my religion, I would be much less apprehensive about it.

I admire everyone that is gifted. I would like to think God embraces and loves us all the way he made us.

If I’m wrong, I guess I’ll see you all in hell :D


Editors Note: While Your Dark Passenger does not necessarily support the idea that people with psychic abilities are going to Hell, we don’t pretend to have all the answers. If you have a differing opinion from the one expressed by Star7, feel free to leave a comment to let us know what you think.

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