Scientific Proof ESP is Real

September 22, 2009 by  
Filed under Mind Stretch

Natural ESP PowersCould we all be naturally psychic and have ESP powers? Scientists now say “yes.”

One of the most surprising discoveries of modern physics is that objects aren’t as separate as they  seem. When you drill down into the core of even the most solid-looking material, separateness simply dissolves.

All that remains are relationships extending curiously throughout space and time. These connections were predicted by quantum theory and were called “spooky action at a distance” by Einstein. One founders of quantum theory, Erwin Schradinger, referred to this peculiarity as “entanglement.”

The sense of reality suggested by entanglement is very unlike the world of everyday experience. For years many physicists accepted that the microscopic world of elementary particles could become entangled, but this was  assumed  to have no practical consequences. 

That view is changing rapidly.  Scientists now say the effects of microscopic entanglements scale up into our everyday world. Entangled connections between atomic-sized objects have been found to persist over many miles. It seems as though what we call reality could be made up of  holistic “threads” that aren’t located precisely in space or time.

Some scientists suggest that the remarkable degree of coherence displayed in living systems might depend on entanglement. Others suggest that conscious awareness is caused or related in some important way to entangled particles in the brain. Modern string theory even proposes that the entire universe is a single, self-entangled object.

What if these speculations are correct? Would we occasionally have odd feelings of connectedness with loved ones at a distance? Could entangled minds be what lets you instantly know who’s calling when the phone rings?

Science is at very earliest stages understanding entanglement,  but what we’ve seen so far provides a new way of thinking about extrasensory perception (ESP). There’s now substantial evidence  paranormal experiences are both real and normal.

No longer are paranormal experiences like ESP regarded as rare human talents.  ESP is a natural consequence of  our interconnected, entangled physical reality.

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Does Fear Limit Your Potential?

September 20, 2009 by  
Filed under Feeling Positive

Want to overcome the fear so many people are feeling today? Most of us have some personal fears, but there are also many fears  communicated to us through our environment. A good example is the widespread  fear about the Swine Flu pandemic and the worldwide financial crisis.

Not only do we see and hear constant references to these frightening scenarios in the media…the energy of collective fears also seeps into the very fabric of our reality (the quantum field), and continues to resonate around us.

Since we are all connected to the collective consciousness, we simply absorb this fear energy,  even if we don’t pay attention to the media hype and mass hysteria.

Have you ever felt nervous, edgy, tense, or vulnerable for no apparent reason even when everything in your own life was going fine? You may  have been affected by such collective fear energy.

How to Overcome Fear
It’s not easy to avoid absorbing these fearful messages, but there are a few things you can do to overcome the impact these fears have  on your life.

An obvious first step is to limit your exposure to news broadcasts — especially when they always seem to pertain to frightening events that are beyond your control such as the Swine Flu pandemic.

Deliberately focusing more on positive things will help override the negative input you receive each day too. When you take greater control of your focus and place it decisively upon the creation of a  positive reality, you contribute that same energy to the quantum field. This helps minimize some of the fearful energy being contributed by others around the world.

Spend time each day thinking about the people you love, happy memories, and the great experiences that may be waiting just around the corner for you. It may not make the scary possibilities go away completely but it will lighten your mood, leave you feeling happier and less fearful.


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Can Dreams Solve a Tough Problem?

September 19, 2009 by  
Filed under Quantum Library

think smartA growing number of researchers believe dreams are the best way to solve a tough problem.

At the University of Maryland, Clara Hill, Ph.D., a pioneer in dream interpretation, sees dreams as a key problem solving  tool. She believes that dreams provide the key to fundamental issues that standard therapy cannot unlock. People carry dreams around with them for years and years, but it’s only once they begin to work on the underlying problem that the dream breaks apart, she says. The dreams you need to pay attention to are those that haunt you.

Try these tips to remember your dreams more vividly, and make the most of their problem-solving potential

Start on a weekend: Dreams are best remembered when you wake without an alarm — that way, you’ll likely wake from REM sleep, and your dream will be fresh in your mind, says psychologist and dream researcher Rosalind Cartwright, Ph.D. of Rush University Medical Center.

Enhance your recall: Before you nod off, tell yourself your dreams matter and you want to remember them. Stating your intention is the first step toward enhancing dream recall, says G. William Domhoff, Ph.D., a dream researcher at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Stay on track: Make a question about your problem the last thing you think about before nodding off. As you drift to sleep, you’re very suggestible — it’s a bit like a hypnotic trance. Use this time to define your problem. Sum it up in one or two short sentences.

Write it down: Keep a pad of paper and a pen next to your bed. Upon waking, take a moment to lie quietly. Glance around the outskirts of your consciousness to see if a dream is lurking. If a fragment comes into your head, gently follow it backward, says Domhoff. We usually remember our dreams in reverse. So, like a loose piece of yarn, a dream may unravel if you tug gently on one end.

Keep still: If you wake up in the middle of a dream, mimic the body in REM sleep by staying still. During REM sleep, muscles are paralyzed. Use this time to think about the dream and trace its story line. Give the dream a title before you open your eyes, because when the mind is awake it’s more likely to remember a short catch-phrase than the visual images. Then write down as much as you can remember.

But there is yet another very powerful type of dream —  one that is renowned for creating remarkable personal experiences — LUCID DREAMING. Unlike normal dreams, during a lucid dream you are aware of the fact that you are dreaming. During a lucid dream you may have a bi-location experience, find yourself speaking and understanding a foreign language, totally understanding complex scientific problems, or having a conversation with an old friend … the type of experiences are endless. To learn more about lucid dreaming=> Learn to Lucid Dream…

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