December 12, 2013
Cleveland, OH (RPRN) 12/12/13 — For anyone who has never visited Japan, it may remain a nation synonymous with large brands, breaking financial news and global innovation. A recent report by the Rocketnews24 team has explored a different side to Japanese culture, and one which is inextricably linked to spirituality and psychic connection. Local news reports also suggest that Japanese citizens are becoming increasingly aware of their psychic aptitude, as they seek to determine whether or not they have an innate gift for mediumship and communication with another realm.
A World News Exclusive: A New Way to determine if you have Psychic Aptitude
The Rocketnews24 insight was fascinating, as the media outlets reports took to the Japanese streets after dark in the pursuit of knowledge and fortune. They found that small, candlelit tables could be found on a number of street corners and walkways once the sun had gone down, where psychics and mediums would congregate and answer the questions of intrigued passers-by. Offering the type of intuitive palm and tarot card readings synonymous with online providers such as Kooma, these uniquely talented fortune tellers are experiencing a rising demand for their services.
The findings of this report led to something of a world exclusive, as Japanese mediums have developed a simple test to help determine each individual’s level of psychic aptitude. According to local sources, it is possible to determine the strength of your connection to the spirit world with a single glance at the creases in your thumb. Commonly referred to as butsugen no sou (The Mark of the Eye of Buddha), it is said that people whose thumb creases form the pattern of an eye boast a natural affinity with the spiritual realm and an innate ability to converse with those who have passed away.
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Not only does this story prove that world news comes in numerous flavors, but it also highlights the growing levels of self-awareness within society. This is especially true in Japan, where local news reporters are growing fascinated by the concept of ‘Reikan’ and the ability of supposedly normal individuals to interact with the spiritual world. In a country that has forged its reputation as a leading innovator, a news capital and a cultural phenomenon, its subjects burgeoning interest in the spirit realm will only add another layer to its global appeal.
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