Your question is equivalent of asking: What's more important? An arm or a leg?
Yes, there are some pros who are playing blind and yes, as azimut said, Obrestad played blind an entire tournament. But these are exceptions, exceptions made public by the media just because they are different. When 99% of the people plays poker by looking at their cards, that 1% becomes special.
But you don't know many details: you don't know how strong was the field in Oberstad's tournament. You don't know how much playing experience do these guys have. You don't know how much the psychic pro knows about his opponent. If my opponent has an 85% fold to 3bet preflop, I can 3bet him ATC and most of the times he'll fold (as long as I don't 3bet him very often so he understands what I am doing). If I am 3betting a nit, in a live casino, without looking at my cards, but I know he'll mostly fold, am I a psychic? In High Stakes Poker, Negreanu still looks at his cards, as far as I know.
My opinion is that, in the big poker soup of things, both cards and bets are as important. Else, everybody would play mental powers and play blind on a consistent basis.