What Type of Psychic are You?

Everyone has four psychic senses, and you can learn to focus on psychic reception areas to enhance all of your psychic abilities. But as you become more adept at the process you will find that one or two of your four psychic senses are dominant–easier and more reliable for you to use.

It is important to know which psychic senses are your best channels for your intuition. Over time you can rely on them to help you keep your bearings. Find out which of the four psychic senses are your special gifts, here:

Know Your Psychic Strengths: Four Types

Gut Feeling: Feelers
Psychic feeling is the most accessible. It is the easiest to open to and to interpret. The hallmarks are “gut” feelings, and uneasy physical feelings that often give you a sense of something not being right, or being right.

All people, places, and objects constantly radiate vibrational patterns, and your physical body is like a large antenna able to register and assimilate their meaning as inner feelings.

Focal Point: In the front of the body, from the top of the diaphragm to just below the naval (the third chakra).

Knowing: Prophetics
The sense of “knowing” is very fleeting, but once you get the message the awareness of the truth is deep and unwavering.

Men and women high in psychic knowing function at an accelerated pace. They are excellent anticipators of problems or difficulties, and they naturally sense how to be at the right place at the right time. They are innovators with limitless creativity.

Focal Point: The crown and top of head (seventh chakra). The insight comes down from the crown into the center of the head to the nerve bundle that connects the two hemispheres of the brain.

Hearing: Audients
Psychic hearing manifests as words, phrases, and inner dialogue. You might even hear a song that gives you a message. Or a warning that comes with words.

People good in psychic hearing can hear when someone is lying to them, and they are good, uncomplicated and direct initiators.

Focal Point: Both sides of the head, just above the ears, in the area of the temporal lobes.

Seeing: Visionary
Seeing messages visually, such as a date, or someoneís energy field. With your eyes shut, your visual awareness shifts upward to your forehead.

Visionaries can often “see” when something is not right, and know what is wrong. They are excellent planners and have a very good sense of time and space.

Focal Point: The third eye.

Inspired by You Are Psychic, by Pete A. Sanders, Jr. (Fireside, 1999).


Aud Nordby
Aud nordby4 years ago


Tanya W.
Tanya W4 years ago

Love it thanks.

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen4 years ago

Thank you :)

Tamara r Pearlman

Another fun article. I have always possessed the gift of my inner voice. As I have moved forward in my career, I have found that I can learn a lot about just listening to a person another gift on top of my gut level instinct. I do also possess that sense of knowing. If I don't act upon it I dream about it.
I had a friend, living with her younger sibling (adults) and their mother. The home environment volatile due to the son's drug and alcohol habit. I dreamt that she was going to get pushed down their stairs and get hurt. I forewarned her about not standing around the stairs with her brother.
Within, 2 mos. I heard that she had fallen down the stairs and had a broken arm. Listen to
your inner voice, pay attention to dreams and if you have a sense of knowing act upon it!! Who knows you might save someone from injury, accident or greater harm.
Loved this article!!! TY

Victor M.
Victor M5 years ago

I'm skeptic

Danuta Watola
Danuta W6 years ago

Thanks for sharing!

William K.
William K6 years ago

People have observed that I somewhat of a knower.

Others would even flatter me be saying that I am a "know it all"! ;)

Janice P.
Janice P6 years ago

I would say that I have a bit of all those listed.

Sue Ritchie
Sue Ritchie6 years ago

I am a feeler and a knower

Debra Van Way
Debra Van Way6 years ago

I often find myself in the right place at the right time when it comes to animals in need of a rescue. The most unusual occurred one snowy winter day a few years back. I was at work, my car was in the shop. I suddenly felt I needed to go home with no idea why, just had to. I called a relative for a ride and left work (not being a person who would normally leave in the middle of a work day). On the way up my half mile long driveway I spotted my neighbor's old dog in my pond. She had fallen through the ice in the center and couldn't pull herself back out. I went in after her and swam back to the edge pulling her along with one arm. Managed to hoist her up out of the pond with the help of my relative and got her dried and warm again. Don't think the neighbor ever knew what happened. I didn't even feel the cold until after the dog was safe. Nice to have a one track mind sometimes.