Clarissa Johal: #Paranormal Wednesday-ESP

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

#Paranormal Wednesday-ESP

A couple of years ago, I took part in an ESP study run by one of the professors at the Rhine Research Center. The study was an interesting one and I've been called back several times as a research participant. It's a little weird, feeling like a guinea pig, but the people out there are super-nice.
 
Extrasensory perception or ESP involves reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses but sensed with the mind. There are several different kinds.

Telepathy – Receiving messages from the mind of another person or in some cases, animals.

Clairvoyance – Ability to use an ‘inner sight’ to see events that will happen in the future or have happened in the past.

Precognition – Foretelling events that are going to happen in the future.

Retrocognition – Seeing things that have already happened. People who have retrocogniton sometimes help the police to piece together the events of a murder or abduction.

Psychometry – The ability to touch an object to learn its history.

Have you experienced any of these? According to experts, there are several exercises and types of equipment to help you develop your ESP.

Zener cards, which are a set of five cards that have a specific symbol on each. They were developed by Duke University to test people’s degree of psychic strength. Purchase (or make a set of your own) or go here for an online version.
* Meditation. Find a style that suits you. The benefits of meditation are better control over your thoughts, calmness and overall awareness.
* Read books on the subject.
* Practice alone or in small groups interested in the same goals. The more you practice, the more you increase your skills.

Have fun!

2 comments:

Rhea Rhodan said...

Psychoemtry's fun!

Clarissa Johal said...

:) It's helpful, in some cases!