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Knowing and affecting by extra sensory means

George Laurence

Knowing and affecting by extra sensory means

a paper read in London in September 1960 to the Centre for Spiritual and Religious Studies [and] Psionic medicine: diagnosis and treatment by extra sensory perception; a paper read to the Medical Society for the Study of Radiesthesia in London, October 1962

by George Laurence

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Published by Psionic Medical Society in Hindhead (Surrey) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radiesthesia -- Addresses, essays, lectures.,
  • Radiesthesia.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPsionic medicine.
    Statement[by] Geo. Laurence.
    ContributionsPsionic Medical Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRZ600
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], 15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4597528M
    LC Control Number77360182

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The book also includes abalanced overview of problems in the field by J. Crumbaugh,and six other essays on the psychological factors thatinfl uence research on ESP. Controversy over ESP is of specialinterest also because the questions critics raise relate closelyto problems within psychology itself.

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Extra Sensory Perception. Extrasensory perception is the ability to use ''extra'' human senses to perceive things that are not normally achievable as an ordinary people, such as feeling.

Psychology Definition of EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION (ESP): otherwise known as 'ESP', is the alleged ability to sense events occuring around oneself, through an extra sense or means such as; clairvoyance, telepathy.

It opens by pointing out that in Pratt and Rhine's classic book Extra-Sensory Perception After Sixty Years became assigned reading for introductory psychology classes at Harvard. I will pass over this, as Schmicker makes little effort to distinguish between normal (i.e., heightened electromagnetic or gravitational sensitivity) versus some.

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In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this. Babies' earliest learning happens through their senses. Long before a newborn's clenched fist uncurls at about 3 to 4 months-allowing him to take hold of the world and grasp, pat, and bat at objects-a baby is learning through his sensory system: through touch, hearing, sight, muscle sense, taste and smell.

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adj. Being outside the normal range or bounds of the senses. adj of or relating to extrasensory perception adj. outside one's normal sense perception.

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The teaching machine used in this work was designed with the goal of enhancing the ESP ability which we believe to be a latent capacity to some extent in all people.4 The enhancement is accomplished by allowing the user of the machine to become aware of his own mental state at those times when he is most successfully employing his extra sensory.

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This means that, in a way, their vision is more complex than ours. Plants have different priorities, and their sensory systems reflect this. As Chamovitz points out in his book: "light for a plant.

Introduction: Sensory perception has not been completely understood by modern science. While this statement might evoke a mixed response, a simple study of ancient Indian literature could throw more light.

Why choose ancient Indian literature to. Extra-sensory perception, or ESP, is the ability to acquire information by means other than the known senses of taste, sight, touch, smell, hearing, balance and proprioception. The term implies sources of information unknown to science.

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How can we 5/5(2).Extra-Sensory Perception, by J. B. Rhine, [], at CHAPTER 8 Five Other Major Subjects. It will be convenient to complete the presentation of the other five principal subjects as something of a single unit of contribution, partly in the interest of economizing space and partly because they have, because of their relative.