Humor Paranormal & Ghosts 6 Signs That You Might Be Psychic Share PINTEREST Email Print REB Images/Blend Images/Getty Images Humor Mysteries Ghosts Haunted Places Table of Contents Expand You Know the Phone Is Going to Ring and Who Is Calling You Know Your Child or Someone Else Very Close to You Is in Trouble You Know a Place Before You Go To It You Have Prophetic Dreams You Can Sense or Know Something About an Object (or Person) Just by Touching It You Regularly Tell Your Friends What Is Going to Happen to Them—and It Does By Stephen Wagner Updated April 27, 2018 Those who have made a lifetime of the study of psychic phenomena suspect that most, if not all of us are psychic to one degree or another. I'm sure most of us can point to events in our lives that indicate instances of telepathy (communication of thoughts) or precognition (knowing what is going to happen). Perhaps it's only happened once or a few times. Perhaps, however, it happens to you quite frequently. Can you then be considered truly, strongly psychic? Here are six signs to look for. You Know the Phone Is Going to Ring and Who Is Calling We have all experienced this phenomenon, and when it happens once in awhile we can chalk it up to coincidence. Or perhaps there are people who call you regularly at expected times. Those instances we can dismiss. But have you ever sensed a phone call from someone totally unexpected—perhaps someone you haven't heard from in years? Then the phone rings and it is that person! This could be an indication of the psychic phenomenon known as precognition--knowing something before it happens. And if this kind of thing happens on a fairly regular basis, you might be psychic. You Know Your Child or Someone Else Very Close to You Is in Trouble We all worry about the safety our loved ones, especially when they are separated from us. Quite naturally, parents carry a deep concern about their children when they are at school, off with other children, or away on a trip. But we temper this worry or concern (or try to) with reason and an acknowledgment that our loved ones cannot always be under our supervision. There have been many cases, however, in which a parent knows that her child has been injured or is in trouble. This is no ordinary worry. The feeling is so intense and persistent that the parent is compelled to check on the child—and sure enough, there has been an accident. Such a psychic connection has been documented between parent and child, spouses and partners, siblings and, of course, twins. If you have had such as experience, you might be psychic. You Know a Place Before You Go To It Perhaps you have had the experience or going to a person's house that you've never been to before, yet everything about it is familiar. This can happen when house shopping, too. You know exactly where every room is, what it looks like, and how it is decorated. You may even have knowledge of tiny details, such as chipped paint or unusual light fixtures. Yet you know you have never been there before. It could be that you have been to the place before and have forgotten. Or perhaps this is a case of déjà vu--that eerie feeling that we've done or seen an exact thing before. But déjà vu is usually a fleeting feeling about a brief exchange of words, gestures or sights. It is rarely prolonged or vividly detailed. (See the book The Déjà Vu Enigma by Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman.) So, if you have this knowing feeling about a place you never been to before, you might be psychic. You Have Prophetic Dreams We all dream, and we all have a variety of dreams about people we know, famous people, and even perhaps things that are going on in the world. So it stands to reason that just by chance we will have a dream about someone or something that later comes to pass (to one degree or another) in real life. But do you often have dreams about yourself, friends and family, or even world events that soon come to pass in detail in real life? Prophetic dreams like this are reportedly often different than normal dreams. They are more lucid, vivid, detailed, and compelling. If so, you should write down these dreams right after you have them because you don't want to forget them, and you want to have a record of them—and they can be evidence that you might be psychic. You Can Sense or Know Something About an Object (or Person) Just by Touching It Have you ever picked up an object that didn't belong to you and you were overcome with a knowledge about that object—its history and who it belonged to? Likewise, have you shook the hand of a new acquaintance and instantly known all about them—where they're from, what they do and what they are like? It could be that you are just a highly perceptive person who can deduce information about an object or person just by looking at them and touching them. But if you are able to provide many accurate details about these things that you would otherwise have no possible way of knowing, you might have the rare kind of extrasensory perception known as psychometry—and you might be psychic. You Regularly Tell Your Friends What Is Going to Happen to Them—and It Does Do you have a habit of telling friends and family about specific experiences they are going to have? Do you sometimes warn them ahead of time about dangers or circumstances that would not be in their best interest? Are you right more often than not? Because we know our friends and family well, it certainly is logical to assume that we can sometimes predict was might happen to them—both good and bad. This is simply because we know their personalities, their habits and even some of their plans and we can make reasonable guesses. This is not what we're talking about. We're talking about strong feelings that you have—that seem to come out of nowhere and are not based on anything you know about the person—about something that is about to happen to them. It's a powerful feeling and you are compelled to tell them about it, even warn them if necessary. If those events come to pass, you might be psychic.