What's the difference between a psychic and a medium?
A psychic is someone who has a developed "sixth sense" that allows him to “read” a person's past, present, and future. A medium is a psychic who can also pick up energies from spirits on the Other Side and act as a conduit to translate those messages to people currently living in this world. Some of the most recognizable mediums today are John Edward, James Van Praagh, Lisa Williams, Tony Stockwell, Theresa Caputo, and Tyler Henry.
A psychic medium can help bring closure to a person suffering from the loss of a loved one*. They can also tell you, based off your energy, what may be approaching in your future, in terms of finances, love, and spiritual growth.
[*Note however, a psychic medium cannot be used as an alternative to the services of a professional grief counselor. If you are suffering traumatically from a loss, you are encouraged to seek licensed professional counseling.]
How is psychic information possible?
The psychic sense works in the same way as all the other five.
Take eyesight, for instance.
Wavelengths of light strike the retina. The retina, through a process of transduction, converts the patterns of photons into neuronal (electrical) signals. These signals zoom back into the brain’s visual cortex, where they are decoded and created into images that we see “out there.”
Similar to the wavelengths of light and the megahertz frequencies of sound, there is a subtle vibration of energy within the electromagnetic spectrum that could be called the “psychic signal.” This vibration, through continued practice, can be felt by the body. And just as a wavelength of light is turned into an electrical signal by the retinas, so are these subtle vibrations turned into neuronal energy and then decoded by the brain into visual images, feelings, and impressions. One could call it "S.E.V.C." -- or Subtle Energy Vibration Communication.