When actors transform into a character, it’s not uncommon for fiction to start feeling like fact. Raven-Symoné, says the psychic powers her character Raven Baxter possessed on Disney’s “That’s So Raven,” are not so far from her own reality.

Raven-Symoné’s Powers

In a new episode of her podcast, “The Best Podcast Ever” with her wife, Miranda Maday, Raven-Symoné explained that she, in fact, has psychic abilities.

The couple was playing a game called “Spin The Wheel” with their guest, Keke Palmer. When the wheel landed on the word “psychic,” the former child star opened up.

“I believe actually humans have the ability in their brain to tap into energy fields that allow for truth to connect when you know how to translate it correctly,” she began to explain. “I can walk into a room and it’s reading energy and energy in the psychic plane, because it’s not on a physical, material plane.”

She continued to explain to the group that she can’t see into the future like her “That’s So Raven” character. Rather, she relives moments in time. These moments may not have happened to her in this world, but she says they “happen in another dimension.” Palmer, intrigued, asked her to go a bit deeper into this experience.

“There’ll be times when I’m walking and I’ll trip over nothing but I feel in my body that I’ve been running,” she said. She also added that she and the version of her in another dimension are connecting “through our trauma.”

Symoné starred in the Disney Channel series from 2003-2007. She then revived the role in a reboot called “Raven’s Home” in 2017. On the show, her character gains psychic abilities and often has visions of the future. In each episode, she uses the visions to help her save her loved ones.

During the podcast, however, she did mention that she doesn’t fully trust everyone who says they have psychic abilities.

“Now if you sit me down and somebody’s like, ‘Look into my crystal ball,’ I’m gonna be like, ‘Give me my money back.’ But I do believe there is natural auras that hold the experiences of all of our people, totally,” she said.