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Published on January 10, 2009

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In The Name of GOD : In The Name of GOD It is an ELG PERESENTATION Extra-Sensory perception : Extra-Sensory perception Science or Fiction ? illution or reality? Introduction to ESP : Introduction to ESP Many believe there are some people(sensitive or psychics)who can receive the thought of others or can have mind to mind communication. Parapsychology is the term used for the serious study of such claims. The claims for ESP fall into four general categories : : The claims for ESP fall into four general categories : Telepathy: a persons awareness of anothers thoughts,without any communication through normal sensory channels. Clairvoyance: knowledge acquired of an object or event without the use of senses. Precognition: knowledge a person may have of another person future thoughts ,or of future events. Psychokinesis: a persons ability to influence a physical object or an event by merely thinking about it. The inconsistancy of ESP & scientific knowledge : The inconsistancy of ESP & scientific knowledge Where are the transducers of ESP? Is there a specialized organ that appears to lack function and contains trasducer cells sensitive to unkown forces? Is there any large area of the brain whose function is unknown? Don’t you think if a force,except for the four main forces,existed everything must be different from how wee now see it? The History of ESP : The History of ESP The ESP first time was used in 1870 by Sir Richard Burton. Dr.Paul Joire,in 1892 used this term to describe the ability of person who was hypnotized or were in a trance state to externally sense things. Cryptesthesia-relesthesia-clairvoyance-ESP The History of Telepathy : The History of Telepathy The initial program or research of the Society for Psychical Research .(two volume work Phantasms of the Living in 1886) In 1917,psychologist John E. Coover from Standford University . J.B.Rhine and his associates at Duke University ,the most well known telepathy experiments published in his popular book Extra Sensory Perception. Another influential book called Mental Radio ,published in 1930 by Upton Sinclair. Do you believe in precognitive dreams : Do you believe in precognitive dreams Realistic,vivid dreams having detailed imagery of the information convayed and intuition which includes gut feeling.forebodings and premonitions. Unrealistic dreams containing fantastical imagery and symbolas. Dreams that are the reflections of daily affairs. ? Dream State and Telepathy : Dream State and Telepathy Experiments done at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn,New York by Montaque Ullman & Stanley Krippner. Monitoring participant while sleeping in a soundproof,electronically shielded room for EEG patterns and rapid eye movments (REMs) indicating dream state. The data suggested that sometimes the sent image was incorprated in someway into the contents of recievers dreams. Telepathy beyond the scope of science at this time : Telepathy beyond the scope of science at this time 1-Human DNA is not activated in a way that makes us natural telepaths-in most cases.We are in the third dimention,the physical realms,to experince emotion. “I am tired of this .I can think out of the box.Give me back my powers” ESP and Forth dimention : ESP and Forth dimention Slide 14:  Different Theories on ESP The ESP starts in unconscious,a store house of memories,hopes &fears. The unconscious mind has subliminal access to collective unconscious Lousia E. Rhine : Carl G. Yung : Macrophages,cells present in connective tissue,lymph nodes and bone marrow tied to nerve endings. Slide 16: mind is a single entity, perhaps having its base in the brain but distict fom it. Substantial view by Plato : An entity wholly seperate from the the body,in fact a manifestation of the soul . Functional view by Aristotle : Mind is a term of convenience for a variety of mental functions which have little in common. Mind is closley related to the functions of the brain and can have no autonomous existence. The concept othe mind is therefore a means by which the conscious brain understands its own operations. Explanation of differences between conscious & unconscious: : Explanation of differences between conscious & unconscious: The conscious mind seeks answers to why? The conscious mind does your intellectual thinking. The conscious can voulentarily move parts of your body. Your conscious is only aware of now The conscious is only aware of just alittle of information of a time. The conscious is the place of cognitive learnings. The conscious mind is analytical. Your conscious mind has limited focus. The unconscious mind knows why. The unconscious mind does your percieving and feeling. The unconscious con involentarily move parts of your body. Your unconscious is unlimited in time & space. The unconscious is aware of anything else. The unconscious is the place of experiental learnings. The unconscious mind is literal. Your unconscious mind has unlimited focus. The Consciousness out of physical body moving faster than the speed of light! : The Consciousness out of physical body moving faster than the speed of light! You can understad this by remembering that in your dreams you move from event to event but time is not marked. As your consciousness returns to the physical body the lower you get to your body,the more it lowers down….slower…..slower….untill you enter your consciousness mind and wake up in the sluggish place,we call 3D. Why People Believe in ESP forWrong Reasons?(opposing view) : Why People Believe in ESP forWrong Reasons?(opposing view) Misperception of chance events is one of the most powerfull psychological phenomena affecting belief in ESP A second principle about these events is the ease of bringing them to the mind(availability) Fallacy of positive instances. Most people tend to trust their own perceptions more than scientific evidence. For some people believing in ESP fulfills some peronal needs. ESP is associated with a relaxed state of mind! : ESP is associated with a relaxed state of mind! Carl Sargent,a psychology major at University of Cambridge:forty college students were divided into a group that would be hypnotized before being tested with a pack of 25 zender cards,and a control group that would be tested with the same zender cards. Control subjects:avrage score of 5 out of 25 right and hypnotized subject averaging a score of 11.9 out of 25 right. ESP is associated with a freer more atavistic level of consciousness. If ESP does not exist what about our Feelings? : If ESP does not exist what about our Feelings? Finally if there is no ESP and these thoughts are just illusions what are our experiences about precognitive dreams, our intuitions and foreseeings.Let others to judge about that. To Be Continued : To Be Continued

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