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When I was little I used to believe that if you swallowed a whole (soap) bubble you could float. Needless to say it never worked for me (the bubbles always bursted before I could swallow them ;) )
I used to believe that I could control the wind. I'm not sure, but I think it was because someone told me everyone has a special talent in life that only they can do. It must have been a hot day when I wished for the wind to blow and coincidentally it did. From then on until about age 11, I believed I controlled it. When it didn't work, it was because I was overworking my powers, and they needed rest.
Incidently, my boyfriend has a birthmark on his arm which he thought was in the shape of a cloud, so of course he thought that meant he could control clouds or some such nonsense. (Mine is better).
When I was younger I had a superman suit and thought it gave me flight and super strength, so one day I was rough housing with my dad and sisiters and I jumped of the couch landed on my dad and made him fall (unfortunatly on me)......ya I had to get a neck brace, but at least I took him down with me!!
I used to believe that making myself go cross-eyed was the same as X-ray vision, and that I had a special ability that no one else had.
I used to belive that when I thought something (like going to Disneyland) my parents would know about it and take me or buy me whatever I thought of.
Gradually, as time passed, I noticed that my parents would not do whatever I think of.
I just watched spiderman, and i was drinking soda, and i saw a little spider in the soda. So i started Bawling thinking webs were gonna come out of my hands and i would turn into spiderman.
I still believe that some people can read minds, so I try to be careful what I think around them. For the record, I'm twelve. :)
when i was about 10 i believed i had pshycic powers.... i know i don't but my friends say i do because i guess something right or because i take the words right out of their mouth...... i'm 14 and sometimes i still wonder...
When I was a child I believed I could cause something to happen to someone just by touching them and thinking it.
My cousin once told my sister that if you wore jelly shoes for a whole week with out taking them off, then she would be able to walk on wall and ceilings. It drove my mom nuts, because she did not understand why my sister insisted on wearing them to bed.
that if I closed my eyes no one could see me
i used to belive...
that when ever my mom hugs me or touches me...she can read my thoughts
I used to believe that if I jumped in the air just right and bent both my knees at the same time I could hover and fly!
I used to believe that I could fly. I thought I could just sorta swim through the air and that I would be able to just go up or down or wherever I wanted if I just pointed my body that way. It wasn't until I was about 10 that I realized it was a recurring dream I was having, and I quite literally could not fly!
when i got on a plane i used to think i was one of the few people that are gonna survive in a plane crash ! My dad's a Pilot so i thought when i got on the plane ( only if my dad is the Pilot ) somehow god gave me some magical powers to heal all the the wounds .. i was around 5 and we were going to amesterdam and there was some turbulence on the way i went to front of the plane saying do not worry people i can heal ur wounds nobody will die .. Stupid Eh ?
I read a book about hypnotism, called The Demon Headmaster by Gillian Cross. The villain would control people's minds if he made eye contact with them.
I could never meet anyone's eyes for years.
When i was 3 or 4 years old i used to believe that i can touch the sky by standing on a high building:-)
I used to believe that there was a hole in the floor of the upstairs hallway right next to the railing that was deep enough to reach the basement. I also used to believe that I fell through this hole one day, and as a result, could hover a few inches above the ground when I wanted to. I would "fly" around the house all day and I clearly remember laying on my stomach outside the kitchen door and I could swear I actually hovered. Must ave been a really vivid dream for it to seem like I actually did it.
I used to think i was physic because i thought of something then it would happen.. but it turned out it was luck! LOL
I was convinced for several years that my mom could read my mind. The notion terrified me, especially during Church. I neared hysterics a few times when I couldn't rid my mind of a thought that I thought particularly displeasing, and in every silence I read disgust and condemnation. Bad times.