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Improve Your Intuition: Psychic Games for Parties and Groups

Creativity | January 16th, 2009 2 Comments

I’ve been to a lot of parties, and psychic work is never a boring topic. More than once, I’ve been grilled about my background, cases I’ve worked as a paranormal investigator/medium, and more. When I inevitably come to the conclusion that we are all psychic, everyone usually balks. This is when I typically initiate the question “Why not?”

We are a social species and hard-wired to be a little bit competitive, so psychic party games are a great way to have a good time! Plus, these games are wonderful to use as icebreakers when meeting new people.

Sending and Receiving Games

These are exactly what they sound like–one person thinks of an object, person, or place, and the group tries to guess what it is.

Game: What Am I Thinking?
Pick one person to be the sender–it’s best if that person is good with creative visualization–have them think of a specific color, then have everyone else write down a color that they “see”. Give people 40 seconds to do this. Compare to see who got it right. Do it two more times, then switch to a different sender. Each color guessed right is +3 points, and each color guessed wrong is -2. The first person to reach 21 wins!

Often, couples or a family will be more intuitive with one another, and you may notice that they pick up on what the other is thinking more quickly or accurately. This is due to the bond shared between them.

You can incorporate almost anything into sending and receiving games, like animals, numbers, or household items. Assign your own point values to harder subjects.


Game: The Human Pendulum
Everyone stands in a circle and picks one person to be the pendulum. The player who is the pendulum leaves the room while the rest of the circle whispers and picks one person on whom to focus. When they are done, the pendulum will come back. Have the pendulum stand in the center of the circle and close his or her eyes. Everyone places a finger on him or her and focuses on the one person that the group picked. The pendulum will start to sway. What you are looking to achieve is to have the pendulum point to the person in the group who was picked. It happens almost every time.

Psychometry Games

“Psychometry” literally means to measure the spirit or soul of an object. It is gathering information through the touching of objects. The things around us hold memories, and the objective is to discover what those memories are!

Game: Whose Is It?
Have everyone bring one object (a piece of jewelry, a key, etc.) that no one has ever seen before. Put all the objects in a shoebox with a hole at the top. Have each person pick an object out of the box (if it’s yours, put it back in the box discreetly). Let everyone sit with their object for a moment and get a feel for it. When everyone feels they have a name to connect with the object, go ahead and let them name who they think owns that object.

In this tough economic time, people need to reduce stress and clear their minds. These fun, interactive games are always a hit! Have fun, relax, and increase your own psychic abilities and intuition!

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