So you're a skeptic and you don't believe in New Age woo-woo stuff. Here are 5 reasons to attend an event with practitioners who can't prove to you that their skills are real.
1. Question your concept of truth.
Skeptics are as likely as anyone else to become entrenched in their own habitual responses. I won't say "beliefs" because skeptics have a default of provable facts, and this would make all of you uncomfortable. Regardless, if you don't test your own ideas, you're not likely to know why you know what you think you know.
2. Science is limited.
Science is changing and the best scientists know how little they know. Just look at the history of science for a few minutes and you'll discern that what was "known" at one point in time was supplanted by the next discovery. Human sensory systems and technology are evolving, but still unable to perceive, much less explain, all that occurs in the universes or multiverses or whatever comprises the ultimate reality.
3. Proof doesn't really matter.
When I do animal communication sessions, I'm happy to be challenged, and my first response is, "That's fine, because you don't have to believe it for me to do it." One person's perceptions don't determine the limits of reality. Sometimes it doesn't matter whether you can prove something for you to find value in it. The experience will resonate.
4. Discomfort is good discipline.
It's good discipline to do something that makes you uncomfortable. Like the 5-year-old who says, "I don't like peas" but has never tried them, sometimes a small "no thank you" portion allows you to sample something new. We don't now what we like until we try it.
5. Embrace the fear.
You are being influenced by forces beyond your control or acceptance. The Shift is upon you. Vibrational energy affects you. We all influence each other. Stop being a fraidy-cat and jump in with both feet. Fear prevents all of us from growing and learning.
And, not to be immodest, but I'll be there offering special rates on animal communication, at the Psychic Fair this Saturday in Gurnee, IL.