Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Seeing Things Which The Eye Cannot See

French psychic Uzuhi Reiki Douna talks about her experiences, as she gives a workshop in Kochi

Illustration by Amit Bandre; photo by Melton Antony 

By Shevlin Sebastian

When the Kochi-based psychologist Dr. Meera Sudhir heard that the French psychic Uzuhi Reiki Douna was holding a three-day workshop on intuition, at Kochi, she decided to take part.

It turned out to be a good experience,” says Meera. “Douna showed us how intuition should be an integral part of our-decision making process. Unfortunately, many of us do not realise that we have this power. Because we only want to believe what we see. However, there is an illogical aspect in the world. Telepathy, intuition, clairvoyance and extra-sensory perception come under this category. But people call them pseudo sciences and ask, 'How can you prove it?'”

But Meera did not need any proof. “Most women, by nature, are very intuitive, especially after they become mothers,” she says.

As for Douna, she was born with this highly-developed psychic gift. At age seven, she was about to leave her Paris home, for a student's camp near Mont Blanc. Suddenly, she saw a vision of her searching for something, and a girl trying to help her out. “At the camp, I lost my sock and began looking for it,” she says. “I took the help of a girl and she turned out to be the same girl that I had seen in my vision. She was in charge of helping the children at the camp.”

Douna gives another example. One day, when she was ten years old, she was playing in a garden. A lady came and began talking to her mother about her son, who was having behavioural problems. 

Douna overhead the conversation and suddenly gave the lady a description of her house. “I saw the interiors, even though I have never been there,” she says. “Thereafter, I gave some advice, so that the son would behave in a better manner.”

Douna pauses and says, “What I am doing is nothing exceptional. Everybody has the capacity to understand things through intuition, or telepathy. But, since our daily life is no longer a life-and-death struggle, like our hunter-ancestors, we have lost all these skills. So, you have to develop it again.”

But it should not be very tough because everybody has experienced moments of intuition. For example, when a person goes inside a stranger's apartment, he suddenly feels weak and uncomfortable. “That is their intuition working,” says Douna. “Maybe, there is something wrong with the energy inside. Through training, you can get this information regularly.”

She suggests an exercise. Take a photo of a friend you know. Concentrate on the image. After a while, you will begin to get new information. You can later check with the friend whether the conclusions you came to, are correct.

As she conversed, a man came in for a reading. She asked for his birth date and year. Then she looked intently at him and says, “For you, your family is very important. The women in your life, like your mother, wife, and daughter, are also important. You have a career in three parts. In the first, you travelled a lot. In the second, it has stopped. But the third part is coming up. You will move to another level and again travel a lot, doing something you love. Things are already moving in that direction, but you cannot see it yet.” The man looked happy and satisfied.

Amazingly, Douna says she has two spiritual guides, but it is a diffuse form of energy that she can see and call at will. “I always consult them before I make any decision,” she says. 

(The New Indian Express, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram) 

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