“The outer world is a reflection of the inner world. Other people’s perception of you is a reflection of them; your response to them is an awareness of you.”
Our perception of the world around us is dominated by our five senses – sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. But research and personal experiences indicate our perceptual abilities extend beyond those limitations. Dr. Larry Dossey authored a book called One Mind where he explores the concept of us all being linked to a universal Mind. This linkage appears to be through another sensing capability – perhaps our subconscious mind, spirit, or soul.
Defined as spontaneous encounters with the deceased. These can be auditory, visual, or kinesthetic.
Typically the deceased is someone the person knew like a family member or close friend.
Folks who have experienced the phenomena cross all walks of life, religions, and countries.
Lucid dreaming is a state of consciousness or awareness that you are in a dream state.
There are those that have developed a methodology to obtain information and connect to others in the dreamscape.
Multiple techniques for achieving dream lucidity have been published and are readily accessible over the internet. Practice is important.
There are many fascinating research studies that suggest that humans are capable of experiencing the world beyond the five senses.
Telepathy, conscious projection, and precognition are just some of the topics under serious scientific investigation.
Human potential is still not clearly understood and there continues to be serious investigation.
This is a practice that allows the viewer to obtain impressions about a non-local person, event, object, or place.
It is sometimes called second sight. It has been used by the military and there is a body of research to suggest its validity.
Every individual has some capacity for remote viewing but the accuracy will vary significantly with some having a greater ability than most others. There are programs designed to teach one how to tap into this knowing