ESP and you

ESP and you

Ever since neuroscience stole your soul and planted the idea in your brain that you were an exclusively material being, living in an exclusively material universe, it has done everything in its power to discredit all phenomena that doesn’t fit in with its materialistic worldview.

It has adopted strict scientific methods for testing theories – claims that if it can’t be demonstrated in the laboratory it doesn’t exist – and ignores everything that doesn’t fit in with its model of life and the universe.

Yet, when it comes to your brain and mental life the observer is a spectator providing a second person perspective.

You, the one who’s experiencing the mental phenomena, provide a first person perspective.

When it comes to your psychic life you’re the only person who knows what’s really going on.

Psychic things suffer much scientific discredit.

They imply the existence of a not-conscious soul and energies that orthodox science scoffs at.

Such things upset its materialistic version of life and the universe.

So while there’s a great deal of squabbling over the pros and cons of extrasensory perception you can start developing your own psychic senses and apply them to acquiring useful information.

ESP and you

In addition to your physical senses you have psychic soul senses.

Both serve a purpose.

They provide you with information.

Your life has geographical width and vibratory depth.

This depth is not three dimensional but relates to vibratory levels and velocities of substance.

You use your physical senses to investigate the low-velocity region of physical substance, but they cannot apprehend the high-velocity astral region.

You can gain some knowledge through astrology but the conditions that exist there can only be investigated through the use of extrasensory perception.

You occasionally use extrasensory perception in your daily life and the only reason you don’t gain information from this inner mental realm is because you have become so dependent upon your physical senses and cerebral activity that you’re unable to detect and recognize the delicate impressions that represent extrasensory perceptions.

JB Rhine estimates that one person in five has natural ESP ability so rather than wait for the parapsychologists to prove the existence of a Psi or extrasensory perception why don’t you set about developing yours and using it to benefit yourself and humanity.

You can test your own ESP clairvoyant powers by shuffling ESP cards, then as you remove each card from the top keeping the back up, call and record its symbol, until all the cards in the pack have been called.

Or you can, without removing any of them, call the symbol on each card right down through the pack, and then check the record against the actual order of the symbols as ascertained from looking at the cards.

The take-away messages

Extrasensory perception is a faculty of your soul – not your brain – so it’s not subject to conscious control.

The vast majority of ESP experiences are spontaneous.

There has not been enough research done to determine how extrasensory perception can be induced at will or how it can be employed under controlled conditions to give it the high practical value its possibilities promise, but its existence has been demonstrated thousands of times and some of its laws are known.

So what is required is a more thorough understanding of its laws and processes so that they can have practical use.

And to get it working your not-conscious soul-mind needs to develop a strong desire to get information without the aid of your physical senses.

But we don’t advise you to meddle in psychic matters.

There’s a right and wrong way to go about developing your psychic powers.

You need to be able to distinguish between constructive and destructive psychism.

You need to know how to develop your psychic power safely and constructively.

And before you try to do something new, like developing your extrasensory perception, you should become very well informed about the matter.

Author: DW Sutton

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