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Telepathy - A QUANTUM APPROACH
A QUANTUM APPROACH
DR. THERESA M. KELLY
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INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 1 CHAPTER 1: MODELS OF PSI MEDIATION .......................................... 5 INTRODUCTION TO PSI MODELING ............................................................ 5 THE ROLE OF PSI .................................................................................... 6 ELECTROMAGNETIC MODELS .................................................................. 12 ENERGY FIELD MODELS ......................................................................... 13 ZERO-POINT FIELD MODEL .................................................................... 14 QUANTUM MECHANICAL MODELS .......................................................... 15 QUANTUM INFORMATION...................................................................... 17 THE NATURE HYPOTHESIS ...................................................................... 22
CONCEPTUAL INFORMATION ..........................................................................23 CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION...........................................................................25 SUBSYSTEMS ...............................................................................................26 GEOMAGNETIC ENTANGLEMENT .....................................................................27 PERMANENT MACROSCOPIC ENTANGLEMENT....................................................28
QUANTUM NON-LOCAL COMMUNICATION ............................................... 29 QUESTIONS ......................................................................................... 30 CHAPTER 2: MODELS OF THE EXPERIENTIAL PHASE OF PSI .............. 34 QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT AT THE MACROSCOPIC SCALE .......................... 35
BIOLOGICAL NON-LOCAL COMMUNICATION......................................................35 THE HUMAN BRAIN AND NEURO-QUANTUM INTERACTIONS ................................36
QUANTUM MECHANICS & COGNITIVE SCIENCE ........................................ 38
QUANTUM-LIKE MENTAL ENTANGLEMENT........................................................41
PSEUDO-SENSORY MODELS ................................................................... 42 MEMORY MODELS ............................................................................... 43
RECEPTIVE PSI PROCESSES ............................................................................. 44 MEMORY AND PSI PROCESSES ........................................................................ 46 MEMORY AND THE FIRST SIGHT MODEL ........................................................... 49
QUESTIONS .......................................................................................... 58 CHAPTER 3: MODELS OF EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION ................... 62 SENSATION AND PERCEPTION ................................................................. 62
THE SENSORY SYSTEMS ................................................................................. 63 SENSORY MODALITIES .................................................................................. 64 PERCEPTION................................................................................................ 65
THE STAGES OF EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION ............................................ 65 BIOPHOTON MODEL .............................................................................. 66 THE HYPOTHESIS OF FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENCE ........................................ 72 THE BIMODAL NATURE OF PSI ................................................................ 74
PSI-UNCONDUCIVE STATES - DISINTEREST OR DISTRACTION ................................. 74 PSI AND ANXIETY ......................................................................................... 76 CONSCIOUS WORK VS. EXTRASENSORY PERFORMANCE ....................................... 78 PSI-CONDUCIVE STATES - UNCERTAINTY, CONFUSION, OR DISORIENTATION............ 78
PSYCHICAL PREDISPOSITION .................................................................... 80
INTENTION.................................................................................................. 80 EXTRAVERSION ............................................................................................ 81 MOTIVATION .............................................................................................. 82 CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION ........................................................................ 82 EXPERIENTIAL SKILLS ..................................................................................... 83
PHENOMENOLOGY OF EXTRASENSORY EXPERIENCES ................................... 83 TELEPATHY VS. CLAIRVOYANCE ............................................................... 84 GENERAL EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION ..................................................... 85
REALISTIC AND UNREALISTIC DREAMS .............................................................. 86 INTUITIVE IMPRESSIONS ................................................................................ 87 HALLUCINATIONS ......................................................................................... 89
QUESTIONS .......................................................................................... 93 CHAPTER 4: MODELS OF TELEPATHY I ............................................ 96
............................................................... MECHANISTIC PROPERTIES OF “COMPELLING” ............................................................................................. 120 TECHNIQUES: COGNITION ............................. 142 QUESTIONS ................ MECHANISTIC PROPERTIES AND PRECOGNITION ............................... 145 iii ..................................................................... 116 QUESTIONS ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 113 TENSE INFORMATION ................................................. MECHANISTIC PROPERTIES OF “KNOWING” ................ 120 MIND MAPPING ................ 137 POSITIVE THINKING AND SPEAKING......................................................................................................................... 135 VERBAL INDUCTION VIA DISTRACTION ............ TELEPATHIC SIMULATION .................................................................................................................................................... PRECOGNITIVE TELEPATHY ...................................................................................................................... 141 TECHNIQUES: PRECOGNITION ..................................... 108 TENSE INFORMATION ............. 100 102 105 107 111 113 115 TELEPATHIC INTERACTION ......... 124 METHOD OF LOCI ............................................................................................................. 130 TECHNIQUES: INTERACTION ...............VISUAL-SPATIAL MAPPING .............................................................TELEPATHIC ASSOCIATION .................................... 135 TERMINATING INDUCTION ....... 139 FOCUSED LISTENING .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... MECHANISTIC PROPERTIES OF “SHARING” ................................ 128 MEMORIZATION AND REPETITION ............. 102 TENSE INFORMATION .................................. 97 TELEPATHIC COGNITION...... 136 TECHNIQUES: SIMULATION ................................................ 124 TOP-DOWN AND BOTTOM-UP STRATEGIES....................................................... 117 CHAPTER 5: MODELS OF TELEPATHY II ................. 133 PHYSICAL INSTANTANEOUS METHOD .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 123 CONCEPT MAPPING......... 96 THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF TELEPATHY ............................................................................................................................ 98 TENSE INFORMATION ............................................... 131 EYE-FIXATION INDUCTION.........................................................
..............................................................199 PHYSIOLOGICAL PROFILING ........... 152 BEHAVIORAL THERAPY ..................................................................................... 164 PROBABILISTIC RESEARCH ANALYSIS ........................................................................................ 156 EXPERIMENTAL TELEPATHY ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................163 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH ANALYSIS ...................149 PSYCHOANALYSIS ....................................................................174 COMPUTER SIMULATION ..................................................196 ASSOCIATED PERSONALITY TYPES ............................................... 176 EEG-BASED EXPERIMENTS .......... 164 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ANALYSIS EXPERIMENTAL APPLICATIONS ..... 208 iv ............................. 159 RESEARCH METHODS ........................................................................................................... 153 COGNITIVE THERAPY ............. 165 TELEPATHIC EXPERIMENTAL TARGETS .......................................................... 155 GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY ......................CHAPTER 6: MODELS OF TELEPATHY III ................................................................. 167 PROCEDURAL TECHNIQUES AND METHODS ...............................................................................................................166 INTUITION-BASED TARGETS .................................................................................... 181 QUESTIONS ............................... 163 .................................................................... 154 HYPNOTHERAPY ............189 PROOF-ORIENTATED VS..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 174 JOINT MEDITATION ................................. 175 SENSORY DEPRIVATION ..................................................... 186 CHAPTER 7: PSYCHICAL PROFILING ...................................... 190 INCREASED REACTIVITY TO PSYCHICAL STIMULI DUE TO ANXIETY ..................................................... 159 EXPERIMENTAL EFFECTS ....................194 PSYCHICAL AND MYERS-BRIGGS PERSONALITY TYPE CORRELATIONS ....... PROCESS-ORIENTATED ...................................................................................................................................... 189 PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILING .................................................. 150 PSYCHODYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY . 166 HALLUCINATION-BASED TARGETS ...........................................................................
..............................COGNITIVE CORRELATIONS ................. 251 VISUAL IMAGERY MEDITATION .................................. 232 QUESTIONS .............................................. MINDFUL MEDITATION ............... 216 THE PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEM .......................................................................................... 251 DEEP BREATHING MEDITATION..................................................................................... 245 NEUROELECTRIC AND NEUROIMAGING CORRELATES ........................ 230 ENHANCEMENT VIA SOCIALIZATION .................................................................... 256 v ........... 243 IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL HEALTH ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 251 MANTRA MEDITATION .. 244 MECHANISMS OF MIND-BODY INTERACTION.......................... 254 QIGONG ............... LOW AROUSAL MEDITATION .......................................................................... 230 BENEFITS OF COLORIZATION ENHANCEMENT .............. 245 PHYSIOLOGICAL BASELINES .......................... 255 TAI CHI ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 242 IMPORTANCE OF MENTAL HEALTH ............................................................ 229 NOT JUST A PLACEBO EFFECT ........................................ 253 PHYSICAL OBJECT MEDITATION ............................................................................. 248 METHODS OF MEDITATION ......... 243 THE INTERSECTION OF NEUROSCIENCE AND MEDITATION ................................................. 248 CONCENTRATION VS.... 211 COLORIZATION PROFILING ................ 244 NEUROPLASTICITY ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 216 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SYSTEM ..................................................... 246 HIGH AROUSAL VS............................ 218 THE PSYCHICAL SYSTEM .................................................................. 223 THE FEEL OF ENHANCEMENT .................................................... 221 DICHOTOMOUS ASPECTS ..................................................... 247 LOW LEVEL AROUSAL .................................................. 215 COMPLEXITIES OF COLORIZATION ............................................................................................................................. 254 YOGA........ 222 ENHANCEMENT ELEMENTS ............................................................................................ 238 CHAPTER 8: MEDITATION ....................... 231 PSIMATICS ........................
......................................................................... 291 vi .......................................................................... 288 STEP 6 ...................272 MARIJUANA AND PSYCHEDELICS ....................................................................................................................................................... 287 STEP 4 .........................................MUSIC MEDITATION...........................................................................................................................273 QUESTIONS .................................................... 281 FROM MORAL TO ETHICAL ..................................... 289 SELF-DECEPTION........... 285 STEP 1 ...........................................................................................................................................................271 OVER-THE-COUNTER AND PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS ....................................................................................269 SUFFICIENT SLEEP ..............................................................273 DIET AND BLOOD TYPE ................ 268 ROUND-THE-CLOCK SCHEDULE ..............................................................................................................................................................................................280 THE PSYCHICAL OATH ..................................270 TOBACCO .................. 290 THE RESPONSIBILITY TO IMPROVE YOURSELF .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 286 STEP 2 ...... 284 AUTONOMY ................................................................ 287 STEP 5 ......................................................................................................................................... 288 MAINTAINING PERSONAL INTEGRITY.......................................................... VITAMIN......................................................... 277 CHAPTER 9: PSYCHICAL ETHICS ..................................... 286 STEP 3 ... 263 A WELL BALANCED LIFESTYLE AND DIET ... 284 DUTIES .......269 CAFFEINE ............................ AND MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS ...........256 HIGH LEVEL AROUSAL .........................................................................................................................................259 GETTING STARTED AND MAINTAINING MOTIVATION................................................. 285 SIX-STEP ETHICAL PROCESS ...............................................................270 HERBAL...................................................................... 257 AEROBIC EXERCISE ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 282 THE CARING RESPONSE ............271 ALCOHOL .............................................
.............................................................. 292 CONFIDENTIALITY ....... 313 vii .............................................................................................................................................. 305 INDEX .................................. 298 CONSEQUENCES ....................... 291 PRACTICE (PEER) EVALUATION ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 297 ETHICAL EXPRESSIONS AND MANIFESTATIONS .. 292 UNETHICAL OR INCOMPETENT PRACTICE ....................................................... 293 INFORMED CONSENT ........................LIVING WITH THE BUSINESS ASPECTS........... 302 REFERENCES ................ 294 ETHICAL ISSUES IN END-OF-LIFE CARE .................................................................................................... 295 ASSISTED SUICIDE AND EUTHANASIA ............................................................................................ 300 QUESTIONS .......................................
we add the probabilities for each of the different ways. To understand models psychical phenomena. the universe as a whole] is generally incomprehensible to all of us. one must resort to peculiar rules and strange reasoning in order to understand Nature as it [Nature] can only be described in a way that is absurd to common sense. but even if the reader has absolutely no prior understanding of these subjects. This book is designed to stretch the imagination of the reader.  if the event occurs as a succession of steps . they will still find the majority of the information in this book comprehensible. This is whether or not the definition of the event is assumed. namely telepathy. This is because the mechanisms of these phenomena exist in a way that is not yet fully comprehensible to us.or depends on a number of things happening ‚concomitantly‛ *independently+ then we multiply the probabilities of each of the steps [things]. just as modern science has no satisfactory mechanism to describe even the simplest of physical phenomena [e.e. but to simply comprehend these things in which are there. and may not for many years to come. theorized or a 1 . what the initial conditions and the final conditions are. there are the following ‚rules of composition‛: *1+ if something can happen in alternative ways. in this textbooks case. one must be very careful to define the complete event clearly – in particular. mechanisms of quantum electrodynamics].INTRODUCTION This textbook addresses an array of rather difficult subjects.g. as the way modern science and philosophy has to describe Nature [i. psychical phenomena. In this textbook. It is also designed to express that: in order to correctly calculate the probability of an event. Of course it is OK if the reader does not understand all the aspects presented. I address what I know best. Parapsychology today has no satisfactory mechanism to describe even the simplest of psychical phenomena. When we deal with probabilities under ordinary circumstances. not as in how the imagination is stretched as in fiction [that which is not really there]. and the little we do know involves unpredictability.
It then becomes a natural wonder how far one can push the process of defining events. one has to accept that they do not concern space and time. probability will always interfere with our calculations.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach direct result of known physical laws. practice can be independent of theory. but fortunately. However.  Information goes from place to place. or space-time. in the same way as classical phenomena. There are only two supposed actions needed to produce all associated psychical phenomena. Instead. Here the entire ‚Theory of Psi‛ can be simplified to the first basic action .  Nature emits and absorbs information. they are not fundamental in non-local communication [in violation of the principle of locality] as non-local communications can seemingly occur at any distance instantaneously [action at a distance]. one has to accept that these phenomena exist because of the classical and quantum world. being that is it void of restrictions and results of interactions. Are there a limited number of bits that can be combined to form all the phenomena that involves psychical phenomena? Is there a limited number of ‚letters‛ in this language of Psi that can be collective to form ‚words‛ or ‚phrases‛ that help describe portions of Nature. While distance and time are fundamentally important in local communication [influenced only by immediate surroundings as a result of the principle of locality]. and two. We could say now that psi is possible because information goes from place to place [A to B]. A theory of psi involves trying to under- 2 . a ‚theory of psi‛ is unlikely. and splitting events into simpler and simpler sub-events. but to fully define and understand we need to know when Nature will decide to emit or absorb information. Then we are posed with questions such as. Of course this ‚theory‛ would be too simplified. because of the unpredictability associated with the quantum world.information goes from place to place. The stage on which these actions on a classical scale take place is not just space. to define psychical phenomena. or even Nature as a whole? The answers are in all probability. yes. While at a classical level this may be possible by understanding how information interacts with all things [parts of Nature] at the quantum level. Therefore. but space and time.
it’s wrong. All of 3 . This textbook was not designed to be a resource to turn to for experimental data that may one day lead to solid proof that psi does exist [e.g. and hypotheses. have endured the ages because no matter how elegant theories that oppose psi are. parapsychology and paraphysics]. of ideas and research in the sciences and parasciences [i. even though it may be impossible to research Nature. This textbook however is not solely prooforientated. For a classical example of this. Proposed explanations of psychical phenomena hold promise for developing practical applications that can lead to testable scientific hypotheses via the scientific method. it is possible to utilize nature without knowing how it works. Regardless. we will use the discipline of medicine as a means to explain the distinction between theory and practice. Most publications relative to psi experiments are proof-orientated. if a theory is wrong. and skepticism surrounding these phenomena is just as archaic. even centuries. while the practical side of medicine is trying to make people healthy. but rather to publish suppositions [in conjunction with associated theories and laws] that have not yet been testable to the extent of formulating theoretical explanations.e. Practice without theory in regards to psychical phenomena dates back to ancient culture. theories. In other words. no matter how smart the individuals who developed those theories were. They can be independent because it is possible to research health and sickness without curing a patient and it is possible to cure a patient without knowing how the cure worked.Introduction stand the causes of interactions within Nature and the nature of Nature. These models are formed from decades. the practice of these phenomena. through repeatability]. Medical theory involves trying to comprehend the causes and nature of health and sickness. while the practical side of psi involves being a function of nature. practicing Nature. Therefore. This is because many experimenters believe that there is little sense in attempting to explain psi mechanisms prior to exposing that psi exists beyond a reasonable doubt. the content of this textbook should be viewed as a hypothetical multi-model of psychical phenomena formed from relative scientific facts. despite millennia’s of skepticism.
Dr. She believes that with a greater emphasis upon practical applications of psychical phenomena. Theresa M. Her publications are exclusively focused on her firsthand experiences. Kelly has been active in the field of metaphysics and parapsychology for over ten years including psychical research and studies. Kelly is the president of. and those with interests regarding. Therefore. and professor of psychical studies at the University of Alternative Studies. About the Author Dr. improvement can be accomplished towards parapsychology’s reception among other scientists and the scientific community via innovative concepts and methods of experimentation. and professional opinion regarding an array of extrasensory and psychokinetic phenomena. She does so as a means to promote practical alternative therapies. but do not claim expertise.‛ In this textbook I will be touching on a diversity of subjects of which I am familiar. when I address these subjects. and experimental applications of psychical phenomena with confidence in the importance of utilizing the investigative mode of the established sciences in order to inquire into the authenticity. psychical phenomena towards comparable scientific principles and theories. and such are recognizable by referencing as ‚I. I do so to my best comprehension. and metaphysical and parapsychological counseling and consulting. Her mission is to direct experients of. 4 . She obtained her honorary doctorate in metaphysics in 2008 and has since published many bestselling publications including books and papers in the field of metaphysics with an emphasis in parapsychology.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach these models involve some of my own suppositions. and to potentially explain the nature of psychical phenomena. collected research data.
Although psi modeling is mainly concerned with the physical aspects of psi. There have been many types of models constructed throughout the history of parapsychology including theoretical and hypothetical models. space-time theories. and theories based on brain-mind dualisms. neurophysiological theories. Such theories are accompanied by many problems. Psi modeling provides a hypothetical and theoretical basis for the multitude of theories and hypothesis of paranormal phenomena. there is hope among the parapsychological community that a comprehensive theory of paranormal phenomena may be provided allowing such phenomena to no longer be considered in the category of the ‚anomalous. Models in regards to psi are separated into two main categories:  the basic physical mechanism [psi mediation].1 MODELS OF PSI MEDIATION A Classical and Quantum Approach Psi is an all-encompassing term for extrasensory perception and psychokinesis combined. where Nature and the laws of Nature are addressed to explain the mediation of psi. It should be noted that parapsychology is focused more upon scientific rather than mystical modeling. and  the psychological aspects of how and when human beings are able to utilize psi [experiential phase of psi]. and the former will be addressed later on. such as coding-decoding issues when considering electromagnetic radiation. These concepts have included electromagnetic theories.‛ Such models are constructed to answer the core questions concerned in the parapsychology field. The first category will be addressed in this chapter. only some of which will be discussed here. such as: ‚how is psi possible?‛ and ‚how are people able to produce psi phenomena?‛ 5 .
So again the question is brought to the forefront. such as verbal ability. the objective of parapsychologists and researchers in related fields is to use that ‚very little space‛ to their advantage as best as they can. However. appear faulty. as such extended functions are unreliable and erratic. the common view of physics leaves very little space for paranormal phenomena. or feature. These types of needs are not the focus of conscious attention. which lead us to more questions pertaining to the elusiveness of psi.‛ Typically. caution should be taken against a casual perception of the term ‚ability. psi is assumed similar to a physiological function such as the sensory feature of hearing. such as decisions making needs and the need for health and well-being. slightly different characteristics are apparent. The former considerations. The Role of Psi When psi is regarded. ‚why do we have psi?‛ or ‚what is its role in life?‛ Such questions must be addressed to move forward in an understanding of psi. These types of needs do 6 . While this is sufficient for spontaneous cases.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Unfortunately. Therefore. an ‚ability‛ implies some degree of conscious control. extended communication and extended motor function. Perhaps it is best to view psi as an ability. where psi functions to serve goals such as survival and deep psychological needs. as an ability. in which is bound to an individual human being as a function of his or her personality in the broadest sense of that term. However. Such modeling points to characteristics of psi such as psi being need-serving. but rather involve the linking of psi to the serving of subconscious needs. Much effort has been devoted in regards to speculating on how psi works. assuming that its purpose is either extended communication [extrasensory perception] or extended motor action [psychokinesis]. spoken or written. the consideration of how psi works is not the same as the consideration of what psi is for or why human beings possess such an ability. and this understanding must be applied to move forward in developing a model of psi.
While the practical application of psi may still prove to be somewhat erratic. This new view of psi proposed greater importance to psychokinesis. "thoughts" or packets of information].g.‛ which is required to submit a single thought to examination. the movement of information e. perhaps as a means to maintain the order of mechanisms of probability. The motion of implied mass therefore suggests psychokinesis as a primary psi process. Further arguments then direct us towards the question ‚if psi is a staple in our su bconscious daily life. Such a shift in the view of psi also changed the view of psychokinesis from a psychic mechanism [e. despite the current incapability of brining a thought ‚to rest. psi appears to be somewhat designed to adapt to organizing principles.e. 7 . The basic concept surrounding the PMIR was that human beings utilize psi to accomplish something that fulfils certain needs in which the individual consciously or subconsciously possesses.g. suggesting it to be a ‚fundamental‛ or ‚primary‛ psi process that could subsume extrasensory perception. a psychic lever] to a force-like function. practical applications can be found through the usefulness of psychokinesis in the area of changing odds in our favor. soon thereafter came the consideration of the systematically possible function of psi and the introduction of the psi-mediated instrumental response or PMIR. I postulate that thought. In the mid-70’s there was a shift in view surrounding psi phenomena due to the dismantlement of the classical view of psi because of quantum mechanics. allowing the potential for practical applications. linking psi to the serving of semi-conscious casual needs. and then to a view of psychokinesis as the ability to shift probabilities of events. to bias probability distributions. With a fresh new view of psi. Such concepts lead to arguments suggesting that psi may be far more common in daily life than immediately apparent. rendering extrasensory perception an assumed direct result of psychokinetic functions [i.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation appear to be the focus of somewhat conscious attention. In other words. but that psi does accomplish its goals in a subtle elegant manner void of conscious awareness. does have measureable mass as thought is capable of moving in waves in which implies mass.
If psi is such a useful psychic device. but also the need might not even be consciously recognized. and therefore has become. 2. PMIR operates for the most part unconsciously. The practical use of psi is assumed possible via therapeutic and experimental applications in which can be utilized on a daily basis. appears to be the fundamental key to regular successful psychical influence. Regular conscious use of psi. via the subconscious need to perform. of the same processes of natural selection that has yielded human beings all other features and abilities. The chief function of PMIR is to accomplish certain goals or to fulfill certain needs of human beings. This working assumption leads us to look to evolutionary biology for the answers to the initial question ‘ what is psi for?‛ Here we find answers that are more straightforward. Continued insistences have been made over the years in regards to the role of psi as a function to serve the needs of the individual. the responsibility of relative scholars to consider more seriously the possible psychological and biological implications of the phenomena deemed ‚paranormal‛ and to consider more seriously p ossible practical applications. Psi [as PMIR] is probably operative in daily life far more than we realize. Not only is the operation of psi unnoticed by the individual.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach can psi be directed to be a staple in our conscious daily life to any extent? The assumption in which describes how the PMIR should work has been summarized in the following points: 1. The base 8 . It is also therefore the responsibility of the individual to consider more seriously the need to strive for a better understanding of psi functioning in everyday life before they expect to capture it in a practical sense. then it should have. 3. Such a view of psi’s evolutionary nature allows a working assumption. Darwinian Theory has a base explanation for any ability: it serves to help human beings survive and pass on their genes to the next generation. Psi ability is viewed as the product of evolution.
but the term ‚survival‛ should be u nderstood to mean more plainly: the ability to endure on a daily basis. The real survival in an evolutionary view is the survival of the gene rather than the being. It is believed that psi is unequally distributed amongst the population. that the individual will know when to apply that ability to their best advantage. but that is only to say that psi is like any other human ability. ‚if psi presents itself as being characteristically subconscious. where a need is consciously known to the individual.e. but the latter does seem to be the case. We have already addressed that psi is need-serving.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation explanation here is survival in the biological sense. In other words. and psi is utilized to shift probability. If psi is indeed a product of evolution. One may take the tem ‚survival‛ to assume psi is only useful in a critical moment collective with a critical need. Such is fundamental to the idea surrounding an ‚ability. this is not to assume psi can only be used in critical situations or that any event in which can be attributed to the application of psi must have a need behind it. This implies that the individual will know. Again. some individuals may be more successful than others at the application of psi to serve their needs. to be well]. to withstand hardships and stress [i. and these needs are significant as they contribute to the health and wellbeing of the individual so as to make the individual better able. and quite possibly the individual’s children. Here we can simply attribute the application of psi to the subconscious element even 9 . Here a new set of questions are brought to the forefront.e. in what circumstances psi may or may not be needed. then its function is to help ensure survival. Considering psi as a survival-related product of evolution. and more likely to reproduce to ensure the passing of genes. typically subconsciously. or recognize when there is no need for the application of psi. proposed speculations as to the characteristics of psi include the relation and contributions of psi on the mental and physical health of the individual. how is one to consciously control psi to better apply it? Here we try to define the appearance of semi-conscious psi. their subconscious will recognize when the application of psi or ‚probability shifting‛ would help the individual. in other words.‛ i.
and this elusiveness is assumed a byproduct of the nature of psi. this hidden characteristic. and in real-life use.g. While we know psi can be elusive in the laboratory. providing a service to others. Could ‚children‛ be diversified to ‚fa mily?‛ Many spontaneous cases of psi suggest the individual producing the psi effect required the application of psi to survive. antagonists: an abundance of sensory stimuli]. if being consciously aware and therefore subconsciously aware of the need for psi.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach though the conscious element was aware of the need. In the case of the shaman. how can one increase their chances of shifting probability? This question could be answered with ‚the avoidance of antagonists of psi‛ or ‚the implementation of enhancing elements of psi‛ within the individual [e. could it be that psi is elusive because imperceptible psi is more effective? Could this imperception. so again we diversify. These characteristics appear to remove the individual from the limitation of subconscious applications of psi. yet also involved in practice are features of spiritually tending to their tribe/community and tending to the health and well-being of their tribe/community. but there are nearly as many cases where the individual utilized psi as a means for the survival of a loved one. Could ‚tribe‛ then be comparable to ‚community‛ today? In any case. This can also be seen in other career-focuses of psi such as card readers and energy healers. where psi appears to be relatively consciously controlled by the individual. his tribe is his family. However. is applied. This takes us back to the individual utilizing psi for the survival of themselves and their children. be a necessity for the individual’s protection? Are there safeguards that can be put in place to utilize psi at a conscious level? Take shamanic practices. whereby allowing semi-conscious control. where a need to help. Here the need could consist of the individual feeling the need to help others and therefore placing themselves in a position of continually needing to help. or that another individual possesses the need. psi tends to present itself in cases 10 . enhancement: personality] or within their immediate environment [e. therefore the first individual can apply psi to help the second individual.g.
enough to have some level of semi-conscious control of psi? For the development of a need. perhaps we should be looking at the limitations not of the people surrounding the individual. maintain status in field. which we will go into more deeply later.e. Today many are unlikely to know all the citizens in their community. evidence supports that the consequence need not be a life-or-death matter. some people may even be unfamiliar with their own neighbors. but not necessarily in a deeply emotional way. The individual therefore would need to develop or employ a practical daily application where if the semiconscious control of psi is not obtained. etc. if the definition of ‚community‛ is so subject to change. then a consequence will befall the individual. Therefore. So how does one create a conscious need on a regular basis. Such needs can be found in traditional medical and alternative medical fields. 11 . there has to be a relative consequence for the individual. To understand the whole of the question ‚what and why is psi. feelings of achievement.‛ we need to first look at how psi mediates. i. and to seek achievement for their contributions to society. need appears to be a requirement. they can be psychological needs such as approval or status.e. The complexities of psi make it proper for career focuses. know and have strong feeling towards+. real needs on regular bases. we will look at how psi manifests. This may suggest that regular repeated spatial interaction may play a role in the application of psi. Whether it be a self-serving need or a need for a loved one.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation involving people the individual care for [i. rather than a general interest where the application of psi is irregular and not focused on a real need. consulting practices. can provide a practical daily need to help others. but rather the limitation of ‚loved ones. or simply spatial proximity. Healing practices. then later. While one with a scheming mind may hesitate at such a proposition as a consequence.‛ Other cases report the application of psi in ensuring the survival of a friend or colleague. someone the individual cared for. Instead. The definition of ‚community‛ a few hundred years ago has changed when considering the definition of ‚community‛ by today’s standards.
g. telepathy was viewed as a sort of ‚mental radio‛ where extremely low frequencies [ELF] waves played a fundamental role. One reason that lead researchers to object to the theory of electromagnetic mediation was that psi seemed independent of distance. the glial cells]. Investigations produced a small. While a Faraday cage possesses no obstacle for ex- 12 . the data for extremely low frequency waves is not conclusive. but significant negative correlation in regards to extrasensory perception and atmospheric electromagnetism. This elementary form of conveyance was assumed to work more effectively during periods of low geomagnetic activity *a variable intensity of Earth’s magnetic field]. However.g. During this time. there have been various arguments surrounding electromagnetic theories. radiation affected the electrical activity in the brain in a direct manner [e. which were later observed in spontaneous and experimental psi performance. some accounts of psi were believed mediated by electromagnetic radiation. The electromagnetic hypothesis suggested that ‚si gnals‛ conveying psi information affected a primitive portion of the brain rather than affecting neurons [e. However. Related questions pertaining to geomagnetic activity and psi mediation proposed investigations of atmospheric electromagnetism as a possible psi mediator.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Electromagnetic Models Early in parapsychological history.g. Further support for this theory was due to correlations between cases of spontaneous extrasensory perception and low levels of geomagnetic activity. void of passing through any known sensory organ]. Another strong argument for electromagnetic theories stands at the fact that psi continues to mediate within a Faraday cage [a small chamber designed to exclude electromagnetic radiation of specific wavelengths] during experimentation. and at times in which an individual is exposed to a minimal amount of sensory stimuli [e. electrical activity in the brain was theorized to be ‚transmitted‛ as ele ctromagnetic radiation. Suggestions were made theorizing that in regards to extrasensory perception. In regards to psychokinesis. sensory deprivation].
In the end.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation tremely low frequency waves due to resonate frequency. even after years of psychotronic research. hypothetical ‚advanced‛ electromagnetic waves were a ssumed. correspondingly to how magnetic fields can induce electrical flow. but rather effected via an interaction with neurological processes as the energy passed through the brain. Energy Field Models Another common theory researchers attributed to psi mediation involved some undiscovered or unrecognized form of physical energy assumed to radiate from the individual as a field effect. Interests in such a ‚ bioenergy‛ lead to the type of research commonly called psychotronics. so small that they were assumed to not interact with matter. but also were declined. However. such a form of energy with these characteristics has not been found to exist. this theory is still objected due to a lack of clarity as to how an experimental participant could ‚sense‛ and interpret zero point field . Around this time. Unfortunately. future quantum 13 . Because the energy field has not been found to exist. electromagnetic theories could not be fortified enough to explain the mediation of psi. therefore how could the energy be rendered inert as to be detected by the brain in cases of receptive psi? The response to this argument was based on the supposition that the energy was not rendered inert. Such considerable proportions would be required as such waves possess a poor capacity to travel over large distances. Therefore. as energy tends to pass through matter unimpeded. this ‚theory‛ in terms of legitimacy is better categorized as a hypothesis. The momentum of energy raised arguments targeting the theory. and were therefore replaced with other theories. it cannot be subjected to empirical testing. Other arguments have been made regarding how the human brain could not possibly act as an antenna for such waves being that the brain is small compared to the considerable proportions that would be required. whereby allowing the energy to pass though solid matter without difficulty. The energy was assumed to exist as small energy packets or quanta.
However. biology. there is no theoretical basis or practical evidence suggesting that an infinite amount of energy is available for use.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach mechanical models of psi may lead to the discovery of this ‚bio energy. and medical science. energy healers] emphasize the implication of zero point energy in the rational for practices such as Reiki. if zero point energy is dynamic. which is assumed the case. then systems [e. then the ability to tap into this pool may be allowed. Therefore. much of the scientific community considers such claims to be based on misunderstandings in regards to physical laws. The scie ntific community’s findings suggest that zero point energy is a minimum energy below which a thermodynamic system [including human beings] can never go.g. human beings] in which draw from this pool of energy would not necessarily violate any conservation laws. If such were the case. However. the pseudoscientific concept surrounding the harnessing of the zero point field is a controversial matter. Zero-Point Field Model While the scientific concept of the zero point field is not a topic of controversy. nor has a ‚plausible‛ description of the mediation process been given. then it constitutes as a large pool of energy and momentum flux inherent to the ‚fabric of the universe. This hypothesis has been criticized as being in violation of fundamental physical laws. The concept remains a hypothesis because there has been no level of demonstration to substantiate the claim.‛ Current candidates include biophotons. 14 . While those in alternative medicine [e.‛ If this is true. such energy is unobtainable or incapable of being withdrawn. nor a basis suggesting that it is not. This hypothesis suggests that a human being can harness perpetual motion machines and other generating devices assumed based on zero point energy.g. which appear capable of quantum information transference.
g.‛ in which quantum theoretical concepts are directly applied to the phenomenology of parapsychological processes. Planck Law. The fundamental change in our understanding of how the universe works started with the first quantum theory in physics. Psychical phenomena alone can be perplexing enough. This law was discovered by Max Planck in 1900 and resulted in a Nobel Prize in 1918 in recognition of the services rendered to the advancement of physics his discovery made – energy quanta. the absence of wave function]. as well as understanding the relevant affairs of the macroscopic and microscopic aspects of the phenomena. Therefore. let alone when approaching it from other disciplines such as quantum mechanics. whether light was a wave or consisted of a stream of was up for debate for some time after. which was first described as the proportionality constant between the energy of a photon and the frequency of its associated electromagnetic wave. parapsychologists have associated parapsychological phenomena with quantum theory.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation Quantum Mechanical Models The study if psi or psychical phenomena involves assortments of disciplines including quantum mechanics. later called photons. These two new approaches include *1+ the ‚weak quantum theory. While the energy of a ph oton could be approximated at this time.g. knowing the more certain you are about one aspect. and the energy of a single photon is given by its frequency multiplied by Planck’s constant. However. Understanding the certainty of uncertainty can be frustrating at times [e. The foundation of this law is the Planck constant. they may be rightfully perplexed [e. and  the examination of ways in which the quantum world acts at the physical level that are assumed to lead to large scale psi effects. the adoptions of quantum mechanics lead researchers towards two new approaches to parapsychology. Many readers of this book may have had some exposure to quantum physics. the less certain you are going to be about another]. Albert Einstein soon after suggested that the energy in a beam of light occurs in individual packets. Several 15 . As the classical views of parapsychological processes were dismantled.
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach physicist composed particle models. Feynman. because QM laws are counterintuitive. particles can be paired and entangled. the laws of QM predict such energies. The principles of QM are difficult for the human mind to comprehend. For example. neither of the classical concepts of particles or waves could fully describe the behavior of quantum-scale objects be they photons or matter. which results in an action where if one of the entangled particles characteristics are altered [influenced] its pair will 16 . and small molecules etc. Quantum mechanics [QM] is briefly defined as a body of scientific principles describing the behavior of matter and its interactions on both the atomic and subatomic scales. but neither appeared to fit entirely. the more one comes closer to measuring the position of a particle the less predictable the measurement will be regarding its momentum as stated by the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. a revolution in physical theory. French physicist Louis de Broglie proposed the idea of waveparticle duality suggesting that light has both wave-like and particle-like properties. predictions in one area instantly creates unpredictability in another area. and spectral intensities. such as photons [discrete packages of light]. a founder of quantum electrodynamics *QED+.‛ Many fundamental components of the universe exhibit waveparticle duality where their behavior is in some ways particle-like and in other ways wave-like. This discovery has since served as a central concept in quantum mechanics. is the result of physicist coming to terms with the limitations of classical physics. and in the words of Richard P. In conclusion. ‚I hope you can accept Nature as She is – absurd. This is mainly in part by the fact that humans are accustomed to reasoning in regards to the world on a scale where classical physics is an exceptional approximation. In regards to electromagnetic radiation. atoms. colors. others wave models. The result here are different outcomes when measuring position and then momentum compared to momentum and then position. as do electrons. QM’s development. In 1924. QM is counterintuitive. Unfortunately. In addition.
a systems wave function cannot be directly observed without initiating wave function collapse. which infers underlying laws of our physical reality with a range of flexibility. Quantum Information Since the development of quantum information theory. It also assumes that the nature of reality can potentially be explained by subjective knowledge. but finite. quantum information has been considered an essential role in the description of Nature. an opposing view exists. representation. Another issue that arises in regards to measurement is the unresolved problem of how wave function collapse occurs. This measurement problem has posed a particular problem in parapsychological research and is a central issue in the interpretation quantum mechanics. This view suggests that a quantum state is a construct of the observer and not an objective property of the physical system. This instantaneous action is regardless of the distance between the entangled twins. Wave function collapse is defined as the process by which a wave function initially in superposition [in multiple states at once] appears to reduce to a single state after interaction with the environment. termed the measurement problem. and communication of information. it is the condensation of physical possibilities into a single occurrence. While a physical system can be described by its wave function. The role of information in this view is to reveal the deep nature of our physical reality. laws of Nature and the sum of its finite sub- 17 . These descriptions are viewed as complimentary to the classical description of physical systems in terms of the laws of physics. one in which I strongly agree upon. The quantum theoretical descriptions of physical systems were and continue to be formed by the hypothesis that we exist in a universe in which there is specific constraints on the acquisition. and can be reducible to information at their most primitive state. and assumes that any constant description of Nature is composed of both the flexible. This view is based on considerations of physical reality. However. In other words.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation instantaneously alter to match its entangled twin.
location.] we have to destroy its quantum nature or ‚quantumness‛ in order to obtain the i nformation.‛ A bit is the most essential measure of information in the classical sense. A rule exists in QM stating that to know the exact value of a property of a system [e. energy. Indeterminism is best understood when a coin lands on its side (not heads or tails. In technical terms. This is important. when one has more than two outcomes. but is subjected to indeterministic properties in quantum systems in which are finite. Therefore. It is assumed that Nature is aware of the finite probabilities for any object or event.g. The fundamental concept of distinguishability between systems is found in the states of the systems. but also through the systems interaction with its environment. present and potential future positions. Nature itself is never exclusively sure of the result of quantum interactions.g. momentum. Nature is not deterministic in all regards. as Nature continually wants to know more about quantum systems [quantum objects] as to measure their properties and log changes to those properties. but both). the most essential measure of information is the qubit. These laws and information aid Nature and us in distinguishing one aspect of the system from another. as without distinguishability. this would be termed quantum superposition. Systems are in a continual engagement with the environment. 0101000101001101 = QM). but it is able to calculate the most likely probabilities to occur and arrange them based on highest percentage of probability. This is commonly understood when viewing computer information in binary code (e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach systems including their past. etc. In the classical sense. and is therefore prepared for any probability when it occurs. the system simply uses more bits to distinguish one from the other. In QM. Currently. These indeterministic properties result in an absence of predictability throughout Nature and therefore throughout our physical reality. Not only our interaction with a quantum system causes this result. the scientific community cannot prevent the environment from interacting with a quantum object for more than a few 18 . all aspects of the system would appear identical. These different states are essentially referred to as a ‚bit of information.
Computers at a basic level are defined as any object capable of taking instruction. It is responsible for many macroscopic effects that we can see with our own two eyes. and other factors not applicable to classical information. provide us with a great deal of available potential in regards to what we can accomplish in information processing in normal regards. and in paranormal regards. physicists are currently able to use quantum indeterminism in applications such as quantum computation and quantum cryptography. we can derive a definitive result]. we reduce it to its classical result [i. being in several states at once. Typically. unlike the classical bit. These reductions of information. The first property is that qubits can exist in various states at the same time. This quantum indeterminism. except in regards to more complex phenomena. Within this time.g. Such implications involve how the quantum entropy of two correlated quantum systems can be smaller than the entropy of the systems individually. A qubit is briefly defined as a quantum system that can exist in any combination of two states [e. The second property is that when we measure a qubit. zero and one]. which can only exist in one state at a time. as it also exists on the macroscopic scale. possibly including instances of psychical phenomena. the human mind is capable of encoding and decoding information in the brain. Like computers. Two valid examples of computers by this definition are living organisms [e. Through the analysis of information. to quantify information we use entropy of a qubit. is not just confined to the microscopic scale. we can review the two most important properties of quantum theory. and parpsychologically speaking.g. rather than entropy of a bit. is assumed to be able receive and decode information from the environment. and performing computations based on said instruction.e.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation seconds except through experiments involving free-space [vacuums] etc. quantum physics is not applied to macroscopic objects as classical physics is usually sufficient and reduces complexity. human beings] and atomic physical phenomena. there are profound implications. Therefore. While the change from a qubit and bit may seem inconsequential. or other 19 . in QM.
It fails because Nature has no ‚external environment. the measurement problem is a central issue in parapsychological research. In other words. materials 20 .‛ While d ecoherence is considered a key aspect in QM and parapsychology.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach individuals. Atoms initially utilized for quantum computation typically needed to be at temperatures close to absolute zero [about -459. The initial challenge for quantum computation was a constant battle with entropy. but today. Decoherence presents the appearance of wave function collapse. As with human beings. and while this may be of a lesser importance to quantum physicists. and encode and transmit information to the environment or other individuals. In regards to encoding information quantum mechanically. photons]. the strategy of decoherence fails. It is the mechanism in which the classical limit [ability to recover classical information] emerges out of a quantum system and determines the location of the quantum-classical boundary. when applied to treat the whole of Nature as a quantum system. it is the process by which the ‚quantumness‛ of a system is lost and replaced by its classical counterpart. some development in this area has been made in the area of quantum computing. which also requires the use of quantum information at a macroscopic level.67°F]. there are many different systems that could be involved in such processes [e. the lower the overall entropy of a physical system. While the discovery of decoherence works well in laboratory physics. for as soon as any information in superposition is observed. Fortunately. Quantum decoherence is the mechanism by which quantum systems interact with the environment to exhibit probabilistically additive behavior. the higher the chances that its constituent atoms may become entangled. but for now we will be addressing issues with parapsychological research and quantum decoherence. there are debates regarding how quantum information can be receive and interpreted by the human brain or measured by the environment in this manner. However. far more information is needed as decoherence theories are not capable of resolving the measurement problem. We will discuss more on this in the next chapter.g. it is destroyed.
‚can DNA actually be a quantum compu ter?‛ It is unclear at this time how DNA could exist in several different states at once [superposition]. That is. The discoveries being made in the quantum- 21 . However. and the only thing left for them to do. to allow more efficient information processing than if we were to utilize one classical bit in the same number of steps. Nature is designed. This provides physicists with the hope that one day they may discover that Nature has already supplied us with a computer capable of quantum computation. Due to this. In fact. Could it be that a human being is a quantum computer. or rather why qubits rather than bits? While utilizing a single bit may appear simpler. Nature somewhere along the way decided to make an extra effort. information processing. kind of. there is a significant quantum advantage in search when utilizing two quantum bits [qubits]. and whether DNA is more quantum than classical is unknown. The direction of this discovery is relatively parallel to the direction of parapsychological research. to seek out the ability to tap Nature in a quantum respect at the macroscopic level as a means to explain the nature of psi and discover how to make the most of psi through practical applications. is program it. or perhaps exclusively the human brain? What if quantum computation is so everpresent that it can be found in every living cell of our bodies? There is consistent evidence suggesting that natural processes must be based on quantum principles in order to function in the manner in which they do. The answer here may be in regards to the central function of psi. While it may be simpler to utilize single bits.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation have been found only requiring temperatures as high as room temperature. With qubits. and therefore quite possibly human beings are designed. Nature can complete computational searchbased processes in one simple step. why do they not exist at the classical level. Therefore. the possibility that quantum computation can be implemented by living systems is a growing area of scientific research. well. physicists are now realizing that quantum effects are far more ever-present in macroscopic systems. This poses the question. if parapsychological processes exist at the quantum level.
If any future object or event [y] is a future reality.‛ which is similar to the A-series of temporal events. which is concerned with how objects persist in time. if any object or event [x] is a past reality. a type of ordered relation among events referenced in modern discussions of the philosophy of time. the ability to ‚look at them in the right way‛ may be many years away. The 22 . be considered or used as a quantum computer? Could Nature itself be a complex brain or multilayered quantum computer? The Nature Hypothesis The following is my hypothesis on the part played by Nature in regards to the mediation of psi. reality comprises all physical systems. A-series suggests a series of positions. Here the whole of Nature cannot be correlated with any other system. Therefore. the equivalent idea applies for any future object or event. However. These proponents of four dimensionalism claim that both past and future objects lay equal claims to having the same level of reality as does the present moment. events are ordered by way of nonrelational singular predicates ‚is past‛. I believe that the method utilized by experients of psi phenomena is best comprehensible via the convergence of the mechanics and laws pertaining to Nature understood as a universal information processing and storage system. which run from the remote past through the recent past to the present and from the present through the near future. ‚is present‛ and ‚is future. In addition. The system appears to order events into a single distinct mode. Nature appears congruent in respect to the ontological view of four dimensionalism.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach computing field are showing us that larger and larger systems appear capable of exhibiting quantum effects under certain conditions. under specific external conditions. then the future object or event [y] is equally as real as any present object or event. In this mode. since by definition. Does this mean that any complex portion of matter or energy could potentially. then the past object or event [x] is equally as real as the present object or event. and continues on to the remote future.
and other concept-based information unrelated to specific experiences of Nature. Conceptual information is likely acquired across various contexts and is able to be used across different objects or events. or contextual. It may however be independent of contextual information. whereas nodes representing spe- 23 . and is considered the sum of all information within Nature. or implicit. Conceptual Information Conceptual information refers to meanings. conceptual. These highlevel nodes can be either directly or indirectly connected to many nodes belonging to those categories. These two forms of information can be further sub-divided into conceptual and contextual information. Each node may represent concepts. or nothing at all. In regards to an experient requesting declarative or procedural information. in the sense that an event is first a potential [future]. and then the past. intentionally requested. or portions of Nature. This subset is hypothesized to operate and organize based on networks internal. understandings. It is an abstract information subset that applies to a wide variety of experiential objects and events in which delineates categorical and functional relationships between objects or events. then a part of realtime [present]. A node is directly linked to other nodes in which are either deemed a subclass or a superclass inferring a hierarchical information representation in which highlevel nodes representing larger categories are connected. I have hypothesized that Nature stores factual information deemed declarative. Conceptual information is best defined as generalized information that does not involve specific events or objects. perceptual features. procedural. information can be explicit. to its locale composed of finite nodes connected by finite links. unintentionally requested. and possibly external.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation essential attribute of this descriptive modality is that one must think of the series of temporal positions as being in a continual transformation. probabilities. In addition. assertions made in regards to this modality implies the temporal perspective of the system.
and the links come in many different types. the stronger the association between two individuals. When a node becomes active. Nodes may also store negations of information regarding their superordinate nodes. the association between them grows stronger. If we base the system on quantum physics. system links are not subjected to distance or length. or quantum non-local connections. during a request from Nature or experient request. at the point in which the information becomes critical. whereby creating difficulty for experients with a single query or request rather than a series of queries or requests. or a set of nodes. These associative characteristics not only appear in Nature in regards to nodes. When two nodes are simultaneously active. Links may be weighted. which results in some links requiring more time to traverse than others do if we base the system on classical physics. but also in regards to experients [i. but considering the quantum mechanical nature of Nature. the more likely the scenario of either individual activating information 24 . The defining feature of this network is that its links are nearly always directed as they only point in one direction. hypothesized to be connected only to their superclasses.e. this activation spreads to other nodes via the links between them. this time would always be instantaneous. each one standing or representing a particular relationship between two nodes. and whereby the more likely the scenario of either node activating each other. and equivalently every link posses a length. Information in this subset is stored at the highest category level in which it applies essentially. from base to target. whereby again possibly inferring the principals of quantum entanglement.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach cific experiences are at a lower level. in that some links are stronger than others are. which removes an adequate description of single nodes without the full consideration of the other nodes involved. which is a property belonging to the quantum mechanical state of Nature. the time to request and receive information is a function of how far the activation between the nodes must spread. that is. This includes individual nodes that are spatially separated in a spacelike manner. In an exclusively classical sense. All nodes involving the activation spread are linked together.
This is due to Nature requiring the removal of outdated time sensitive information from select areas to increase its efficiency to obtain and process new information. It is assumed that Nature learns new contextual information in an organized fashion associating recognition and recollection [recognition of an object and recollection of the contexts relative to the object such as position or location]. This information is stored in several different ways. or historical].] It is unsure whether the conceptual information subset of Nature is in and of itself a subset located within one subsystem separate from other subsystems or if it is widely distributed across all of Nature. All information is eventually consolidated as historical information. associated objects or events. It is also assumed that Nature organizes all information in an organized manner for more efficient storage. However.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation transference during highly emotional states. Contextual information can be described as a mapping system in which ties together 25 . This subset is assumed to store new procedural processes without storing relative events during which Nature learned these processes resulting in different experient search or request parameters for information regarding [ESP] or interactions with [PK] events and process. while conceptual information is updated per each experience. the latter presents itself as more of a possibility. and is moved from one area of Nature to the other based on how long nature is aware of the information or what type of information it has obtained [probabilistic. real-time. Without the utilization of these structures. Nature may be unable to form new procedural processes. It is assumed that the formation of new contextual information requires the utilization of several information structures. and other contextual information] that can be explicitly or implicitly accessed. Contextual Information Contextual information refers to historical events [times. places. drawing upon its role in executive functions. Contextual information differs from conceptual information as contextual information is saved as instances only saved once.
it appears that Nature is the determinate of the minimum and maximum information capacities required to reliably transfer information. and flash information [critical information regarding major events]. but as time passes. to retrieve or interact with entire bytes or packages of information from only requesting a tiny bit of relative information. and recalls information. object facts [relating to the objects or persons involved in or around the event]. In all cases. whereby previous experience affects how Nature organizes. contextual information will address what an object looks like while all contextual information regarding an object will reference a single conceptual representation of the object. autoassociation networks can recreate the whole of an event from merely requesting parts of the event. Types of contextual information include specific events [when an event first took place]. search based subsystems. interpretive and.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach conceptual information. but are not limited to. Nature appears to retain the separation of these types of information and does not consolidate either type into the other. Historical information also refers to Natures history as a whole. This infers transmission based subsys- 26 . stores. These forms include ‚fill in the blank. personal network. Conceptual information is stored in autoassociative networks. transmission. which are forms of backpropagation or other networks that enable Nature. and translation. general events [describing the experience of the event]. Contextual information informs conceptual information and contextual information is reliant upon conceptual information.‛ association. The information is constructed and reconstructed as an evolving process. For example. In conclusion. and all new experiences regarding the object will modify the single conceptual representation of the object. Subsystems Nature is hypothesized to have several crucial subsystems in which enable Nature-to-experient communication. Historical information is a representation of general or specific events and facts. These include. Stored information is constructive. or an experient.
When Nature has an expectation of the amount of information contained in a transmission. coherence. experients appear to be able to consciously/subconsciously control.g. rather than in Nature. while maximum capacities are seen as intrusive. and comprehension. of how much data is sent or received]. Decelerated transmission speeds tend to result in equivocal and reduced quantities of information while accelerated speeds tend to result in more unequivocal and extensive quantities of information. psi remains nonintrusive. These speeds are assumed to be relative to information processing in the brain. Experients also appear to be subject to fixed transmission speeds determined by the experients state of consciousness during transmission. While this hypothesis suggests the experient is entirely subjective to these properties and parameters.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation tems in which determine transmission properties such as information capacity. it appears that experients do possess the ability to widen and constrict their own parameters to a slight degree [i. [i.e. experients are consciously aware of the information received]. It is assumed that there is a relatively fixed capacity for transmissions directed towards experients to prevent psychological or physiological harm. humans] are immersed with- 27 . During minimum capacities. Experients of extrasensory perception in which request information from Nature consciously.e. reports and research suggest that entanglement not evoked via spatial proximity may be the result of magnetic entanglement. report decelerated transmission speeds as opposed to subconscious requests. or lose control. Microscopic and macroscopic correlations without spatial proximity is consistent with the temporal congruence in recent observations with Quantitative Electroencephalography [QEEG] showing that global geomagnetic activity affects brain activity. Geomagnetic Entanglement In regards to Nature and magnetic entanglement. Because all biological beings [e. it can properly determine the minimum capacity required to transmit. as such processes in regards to Nature are assumed to be instantaneous.
solids. The shared external geomagnetic fluctuations would facilitate the entanglement of particles [and aggregations of particles – e. entanglement also appears to have a ‚shelf life‛ after spatial proximity has been reduced. etc. In all accounts. 28 . ill or in danger despite years of no interaction. Permanent Macroscopic Entanglement In experient reports involving entanglement with friends or strangers. entanglement is broken and influence can no longer be achieved. On the other hand. Such a hypothesis would require the existence of permanent macroscopic entanglement possibly in regards to DNA.g. close spatial interaction has to be made. experients suggest that after they have distanced themselves from the object. This form of entanglement appears to persist from birth to death regardless if the family members have ever directly interacted. This interaction appears stronger in twins where several sensory modalities come into play not typically reported in non-twin related cases [e. This interaction appears to include spatial proximity or an electrical medium such as a computer or telephone. particles. experient reports suggest that entanglement continues regardless of proximity and void of an electrical medium in regards to persons genetically related to the experient. In experient reports involving physical objects [fluids. Reports suggest that in order for the experient to become again entangled to the person. or person.] rather than biological organisms. Such a potential finding could explain when one family member is able to tell another family member is upset.g. even spatially separated pairs of ‚strangers‛ might show similar EEG power shifts.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach in Earth’s magnetic field. tactile and thermoception]. two human brains] without past interaction. entanglement appears to have a ‚shelf life‛ after spatial proximity has been reduced. These distances appear to vary subtly per type of psychical phenomena.
rather than assuming precognition to be the result of experient access to Nature’s probabilistic computations in realtime. quantum teleportation’s distinctive characteristic is that it can transmit the information present in a quantum superposition. nor does it allow faster than light communication. quantum teleportation. Quantum teleportation does not include the rearranging of the particles of an object to copy the form of another object.‛ In other w ords. Instead.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation Quantum Non-Local Communication Heading back to more popular quantum models. Nature/experient. is a technique utilized by Nature to transform quantum information from one of its systems to another. including of a parapsychological nature. which enables quantum communication and computation. research shows the required involvement of a ‚sender. If precognition is assumed a result not in defiance of the principle of causality. In other words. Nature/Nature. However. This form of transport does not involve relocating a system.‛ in which wishes to transmit information or Nature wishing to transmit and arbitrary quantum state of a particle. 29 . In the case of psi communication efforts. to a distant ‚receiver. then we can begin to apply quantum teleportation as a function of the two main problems of parapsychology. current understandings of precognition tend to hinder this explanation as most parapsychologists believe that precognition is the result of defying the principle of causality [cause and effect]. specifically of the mediation and the manifestation of psi. for quantum teleportation to achieve information transfer. or entanglement-assisted teleportation. Some attempts to explain psi have been focused on this form of non-local communication. Quantum teleportation is crucial to the practical realization of quantum-based communication efforts. there must be a sender and receiver involved whether it be experient/Nature. the word teleportation here is not used in the context most familiar. or experient/experient.
4. 6. feelings of achievement. psi appears to be somewhat designed to adapt to organizing principles. perhaps as a means to maintain the order of mechanisms of probability. T/F For the development of a need. 3. Models in regards to psi are separated into which two main categories? a. of the same processes of natural selection that has yielded human beings all other features and abilities.QUESTIONS 1. real needs on regular bases. T/F 2. 30 . Scientific and mystical models d. Paranormal and anomalous models The consideration of how psi works is not the same as the consideration of what psi is for or why human beings possess such an ability. T/F In the mid-50’s there was a shift in view surrounding psi phenomena due to the dismantlement of the classical view of psi because of quantum mechanics. 8. T/F Psi ability is viewed as the product of evolution. i.e. 7. T/F Extrasensory perception is assumed a ‚primary‛ process that could subsume psychokinesis rendering psychokinesis an assumed direct result of extrasensory functions. 5. there has to be a relative consequence for the individual. T/F While the practical application of psi may still prove to be somewhat erratic. Such needs can include psychological needs such as approval or status. Theoretical and hypothetical models b. T/F The basic concept surrounding the psi-mediated instrumental response was that human beings utilize psi to accomplish something that fulfils certain needs in which the individual consciously or subconsciously possesses. Psi mediation and the experiential phase of psi models c.
13.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation 9. we can review the two most important properties of quantum theory. 18. etc. 10. 17. Sensory deprivation can be defined as a minimal amount of exposure to sensory stimuli. 19. T/F Parapsychologists have associated parapsychological phenomena with quantum theory. T/F Which of the following was a founder of quantum electrodynamics (QED)? a. T/F Particles can be paired and entangled. 31 . A qubit is the most essential measure of information in the classical sense. Max Planck b. 11. momentum.g. T/F Heisenberg uncertainty principle is defined as the process by which a wave function initially in superposition appears to reduce to a single state after interaction with the environment. 12. which results in an action where if one of the entangled particles characteristics are altered (influenced) its pair will instantaneously alter to match its entangled twin. T/F A rule exists in QM stating that to know the exact value of a property of a system [e. T/F While the pseudoscientific concept of the zero point field is not a topic of controversy. Feynman Photons are discrete packages of light. energy. which include 14. electromagnetic theories could be fortified enough to explain the mediation of psi.] we have to destroy its quantum nature or ‚quantumness‛ in order to obtain the information. 16. T/F Through the analysis of information. T/F In the end. Richard P. 15. Louis de Broglie c. location. 20. T/F Quantum mechanics is briefly defined as a body of scientific principles describing the behavior of matter and its interactions on both the atomic and subatomic scales. This instantaneous action is regardless of the distance between the entangled twins.
or entanglement-assisted teleportation. this activation spreads to other nodes via the links between them. 29. and whereby the more likely the scenario of either node activating each other. there must be a sender and receiver involved whether it be experient/Nature. reality comprises all physical systems. Nature/experient. T/F Quantum information is the mechanism by which quantum systems interact with the environment to exhibit probabilistically additive behavior. since by definition. This form of transport involves relocating a system. T/F When two nodes are simultaneously active. T/F When a node becomes active. T/F Assuming precognition to be the result of experient access to Nature’s probabilistic computations in real -time. T/F For quantum teleportation to achieve information transfer. during a request from Nature or experient request. Historical information also refers to Natures history as a whole. the association between them grows stronger.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach qubits existing in various states at the same time. Nature/Nature. or experient/experient. T/F It is assumed that the whole of Nature cannot be correlated with any other system. 25. T/F Contextual information refers to meanings. 27. T/F Historical information is a representation of general or specific events and facts. and the reduction of a qubit to its classical result. 28. the higher the chances that its constituent atoms may become entangled. T/F Quantum teleportation. 32 . whereby not 21. and other concept-based information unrelated to specific experiences of Nature. 26. T/F The lower the overall entropy of a physical system. understandings. 30. and allow faster than light communication. is a technique utilized by Nature to transform quantum information from one of its systems to another. 23. 22. 24.
T/F 33 . specifically of the mediation and the manifestation of psi.Chapter 1: Models of Psi Mediation in defiance of the principle of causality. could allow the application of quantum teleportation as a function of the two main problems of parapsychology.
and how the system deals with that information. However. we will begin by addressing models in 34 . The means by which psi mediates information within an experient remains unexplained in its entirety. In regards to psychokinesis. We will now be discussing the latter in this chapter. I believe that if a solid theory is formulated to explain one type of psi manifestation [e. models in regards to psi are separated into two main categories:  the basic physical mechanism. The objective for such models is not to develop a model to explain extrasensory information separate from an explanation of psychokinesis.g. but rather to formulate a model in which explain both ESP and PK manifestations. and  the psychological aspects of how and when human beings are able to utilize psi.2 MODELS OF THE EXPERIENTIAL PHASE OF PSI Quantum Mechanical and Cognitive Approaches As mentioned in the former chapter. and what the requirements for the information to be transmitted into the environment are. several models have been presented that look very promising including models involving quantum mechanical approaches to cognition. such models attempt to explain what manner of information processing is taking place. and memory models. ESP]. Such models of psi manifestation attempt to explain how extrasensory information enters the central nervous system or information processing center. Because of this. then the other [PK] will be found to follow the same process as proposed by the model. However. there has been little success to date in regards to formulating a model of psi manifestation that includes both extrasensory perception and psychokinesis.
instead. In addition. human neural stem cells grown in microelectrode arrays. No energy or signal is sent between them. even before we address the particular models of ESP and later PK. we will first be looking at a present issue concerning these models. the existence of biological non-locality has been explored in regards to separated human subject’s brains. In the past. In all of these types of experiments. Quantum Entanglement at the Macroscopic Scale Biological Non-Local Communication Non-local influences exist after particles [such as photons] interact and separate. and evidence suggests that this nonlocal communication also exists biologically.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi regards to extrasensory perception. EEG results show that photic stimulated and non-stimulated participants undergo co- 35 . Understanding this biological utilization of quantum non-locality may open the door not only for signaling purposes. the alteration to one quantum twin resulted in the alteration of the other due to a non-local transfer of information [quantum teleportation]. but also to resolve the reverse direction problem [whether mental processes can influence. or macroscopic quantum entanglement and non-local communication. Nature is non-local. This issue involves the role of quantum mechanical process in the human brain. despite the absence of an attachment to any known sensory organ. when one of the particles post-separation is polarized. control. as more efforts have gone into modeling ESP than PK. The basic issue in regards to extrasensory perception is whether ESP operates in a sensory-like manner. However. In experiments involving two human subjects’ brains. or initiate neuronal processes] and the binding problem [how the brain is capable of fusing numerous disparate features of complex perception]. the entangled particle instantaneously possesses the same degree of polarization as the other. experimenters were able to get elementary correlated results by varying stroboscopic light Hz rate. and quantum coherence in muscle contraction in single actin filaments.
even when separated from the other by a factor of a million wavelengths. The first example of entanglement involved the change in the polarity of one photon. the separated. A consequence of two brains interfering [becoming entangled] is that an alteration in the state of one brain [as seen which photic stimulation experiments] should be associated with a simultaneous alteration in the state of the other brain. In other words. access to the extent of ‚the continuum of space-time ‚would require a specific value for phase space that is related to the derivative of acceleration or time. predetermine the results arising from. biological non-locality then specific signaling processes can be utilized to initiate and control neuronal stimulations opening the door for future bio-quantum nonlocal communication technologies involving quantum computation. and that the aggregate of particles that composes the brain exhibits a macroscopic wave function operating within a collective mode for the propagation of the matter field. One direction suggested to understand better how Nature does this. evidence suggests that Nature is doing this on a biological level. Such would indicate that acceleration might allow access to space-time rather than simply space. These possibilities include a brain association with wave propagation through space. resulted in the 36 . Because evidence supports this assumption. In tissue-based experiments. The Human Brain and Neuro-Quantum Interactions Many have suggested that consciousness may be the direct result of neuro-quantum interactions [a coupling between the classical and quantum scales]. While the science community is uncertain how Nature does this.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach variations or state correlations. is through subjecting the neuron to selected empirical studies focusing on the action potential mechanism. two imperative possibilities must be considered. non-stimulated tissue displays correlated electrical signals with the stimulated tissue. Once we are able to fully understand. as it is beginning to appear that single neurons may be able to enlighten us on the subject of biological non-locality each time they fire.
Brain stimulation via circumcerebral magnetic fields also shows evidence of quantum entanglement between pairs of siblings. produced by Toate practitioners [an ancient Japanese martial art involving remote action] has shown evidence of producing transient contiguous increased phase correlations of alpha waves over the frontal and occipital cortices of unaware recipients [strangers]. the alteration of one brain would result in the alteration of the other. the brain]. The existence of entanglement at the particle level suggests microscopic non-locality. This macroscopic non-locality has been described as an enforced correlation between separated parts of a quantum system that reside outside of the boundaries of light velocity across space and time as a means to ensure the parts of the system maintain equilibrium. Such experiments involve magnetic fields arranged in a circle *45◦ apart+ around the ‚senders‛ head. and despite their distance later on. It has been hypothesized that for two brains [considered large aggregates of particles]. but the entanglement of two brains would require macroscopic non-locality. This circular geometry was selected because a field moving in a circle is constantly accelerating. However.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi symmetrical change of its twin. as aforementioned.g. While these studies showed spatial proximity was the condition for entanglement. studies involving magnetic fields and unaware recipients suggested the enhancement of 37 . this range may only be the range for the classical result of quantum interactions. Qigong emissions. Rates of change have been hypothesized to exist within the theta range. this acceleration may allow access to space-time. The most significant alterations in the spectrum within the ‚receivers‛ brain occurred within the 5 to 5. particularly between 5 Hz and 7 Hz. this connection originates from an initial spatial proximity. whereby isolating the range of coherent quantum interaction. which for decades was considered impossible. Knowing the range enabling quantum interaction may require quantum technologies to fully identify changes in aggregated particles in superposition [e.9 Hz when the rate of change of the field around the sender was 20 msec.
prefrontal cortex correlations are assumed associated with clairvoyant influence]. Early on. theta and alpha power over the frontal area have been noted. In addition.g. Descriptive theories are important because they attempt to explain what particular cognitive phenomenon [e. many characteristics of mind are comparable to the characteristics of atomic particles. The history of correlating the quantum approach to cognitive science has been extensive and diverse. An example of this is. Devising a solid quantum cognitive theory requires both descriptive and explanatory elements. are theories regarding why these phenomena are the way they are. biologists concluded that quantum mechanics is linked to living systems and thought. In other studies involving friends vs. per my research+. strangers showed positive correlations within the electroencephalographic theta and alpha bands over the frontal lobes [based on my research. language. both arise from dynamical 38 . The negative correlation between power levels for the pairs who were ‚involved‛ suggests to me to be exemplative of non-clairvoyant entanglement [e. However. or cognitive aspects of personality] are like.9 Hz band was unique to siblings. strangers. telepathy]. and did not seem to apply to the unaware recipients. perception. and the gamma band over the temporal lobes [assumed to be involved in psychical influence. Quantum Mechanics and Cognitive Science Those today involved in researching quantum cognition or quantum interaction are quite optimistic concerning the question whether a quantum-like approach is actually more advantageous over classical approaches. or circumcerebral magnetic fields.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach power at the 5 to 5.g. Explanatory theories however. in either the case of qigong sensing. In conclusion. ‚involved‛ pairs [involving multiple occasions of spatial proximity] showed negative correlations with each other’s frontal activity within the alpha band. They are theories in regards to what tools are required in order to provide sufficient descriptions of phenomena.
In addition. cognition. much effort and evidence has been proposed suggesting that ‚quantum mechanical -inspired‛ models are superior to contrasting classical models when attempting to describe an array of psychological processes that have otherwise been tough to explain under more traditional concepts.g. Another proposal argues that quantum mechanical principles [e. quantum physical carriers of information]. both display continuity and wholeness. However. superposition and interference]. Advanced models have proposed quantum-like features in correlate psychological functions and attitudes. The idea that consciousness plays a fundamental part in the manifestation of the physical world is. Quantum-like entanglement properties have also been suggested in regards to the human lexicon. and has been considered to be since the idea was first proposed. highly controversial. Recent mathematical developments suggest that quantum mechanics may fundamentally be the direct result of cognitive and conceptual factors rather than that of physical factors. This is due to the disinclination of the scientific community to accept anything as ‚eph emeral‛ as consciousness into physical studies. Such hypotheses suggest that the ‚quantumness‛ of the brain is a direct consequence of 39 . but rather the quantum-like representation of information in Hilbert space [an extension of the twodimensional Euclidean plane and three-dimensional space to spaces with any finite or infinite number of dimensions]. In other words. and both are localized yet spatially independent.g. experimental evidence proposing that some human cognitive capabilities are better defined utilizing quantum rather than classical formalisms have been investigated and have confirmed the existence of quantum-like interference effects during certain types of perception. There has also been hypotheses in regards to the quantum-like processing of information not based in the physical brain [e. and awareness in the classical sense.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi systems. despite the scientific community’s efforts to exclude consciousness studies from physical studies. the neurosciences have shown great progress in explaining perception. may result in cognitive effects related to content sensitivity and associations.
g. fluctuations of the vacuum field are combined with random fields in which resent quantum systems. we cannot entirely separate any two quantum systems. Brain wave models to come will most likely tailor to the role of crucial elements in the presence of the random background field or background fluctuations in the brain [where the classical statistics of the electric and magnetic fields are chosen to match the vacuum expectation values of the equivalent operators in quantum electrodynamics]. They involve the viewpoint of the quantum brain as a processor of quantum information via approaches inducing various complex questions on the physical laws governing such a brain [e. or is the brain too hot to be quantum?]. In regards to vacuum fluctuation. Such is the source of ‚superstrong‛ nonlocal correlations.e. and such models may end up answering the binding problem *i.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach its compositions of quantum systems. electron] from the vacuum field does not exist. technically speaking. but quantum information processing is not solely based on superposition. but also on entanglement. Since the ability to separate a system [e. ‚how the unity of 40 . and can quantum information processing be reproduced by utilizing classical waves? The answer appears to be yes. In regards to wave representation of information in the brain.e. one could be lead to conclude that white noise [a random signal with a flat power spectral density] may be the basis of everything in Nature. This suggests that all quantum systems are entangled via the field and as a result. Such a random background essentially increases correlations between various mental functions [e.g. Can entanglement actually be produced by classical signals. can the brain operate in a quantum mechanical manner at room temperature. which are in viol ation of Bell’s theorem [i. such suggestions include that perhaps the brain is capable of creating quantum-like representations of information via classical electromagnetic signaling. the generation of nonlocal presentations of information]. Such classical waves produce superposition in systems and violate the law of total probability.g. no physical theory of local hidden variables can ever reproduce all of the predictions of quantum mechanics].
Early on. Such similar modeling may also be able to address whether the collapse of the wave function [in which describes the state of a quantum system i. Such advances are opening doors for parapsychological research initiatives in hopes that these valid quantum-like models may help them ascertain a better understanding of perception and extrasensory perception. Such models require the new approach of quantum processing in the brain. whereby answering whether or not quantum information [e. such results were not attributed to quantum mechanical effects because of the misconception that such effects were limited to microscopic systems. including living systems at room temperature as aforementioned.g. Such results include quantum entanglement-like cognitive processes between individuals isolated by distance or shielding.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi conscious perception is brought about by the distributed activities of the central nervous system‛+.g visual quantum information] can be transferred non-locally to the brain and then collapse. In addition. such modeling may answer whether or not such a collapse in the brain results in consciousness. where it is assumed that ‚due to structural shielding.‛ Such current hypotheses are advancing [e. or can occur. quantum information] occurs. in the brain. due to the possibility that the quantum state of photons are transmitted to the brain via a quantum-like manner instead of collapsing inside the human eye]. Quantum-like Mental Entanglement One of the ideals of this new quantum mechanical approach is shedding light on an array of anomalous experimental results composed over the greater portion of a century. These opening doors will allow researchers to start answering questions like: 41 .e. Of course more recent advances have proven otherwise showing that quantum entanglement and non-local communication are phenomena in which occur in both microscopic and macroscopic systems. microtubules inside neurons can be protected against the wet and warm environment inside the brain.
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Does neuronal activity include sub-atomic processes in which incorporate information or energy transfer at the required scale to provide genuine quantum connections? If collapse of the wave function requires an observer to transition quantum potentials into a classical state. While the parapsychological community lacks accepted theoretical models of psi phenomena. and the natural capacities of humankind one thought to be impossible. and human beings are observers. this commonly long held belief is a serious misunderstanding. or that if there is evidence. hopes aspire to answer the last question as soon as the second decade of the 21st century. then why has its valid existence not been confirmed by the scientific community? When will enough solid evidence be enough? Actually. Pseudo-Sensory Models Pseudo-sensory models propose that the perceptual processing of psi stimuli is equivalent to sensory stimuli at a basic level of analysis such as the ability to discriminate a figure from its background. then why are some still arguing over the existence of extrasensory perception when it should be expected? If empirical evidence has been repeatedly provided to support the existence of telepathy for over 30 years. new lines of research may lead to testable quantum-like models in the future for entangled brains an entangled subjective experiences such as extrasensory perception. may not be as far away as one may think. Such pseudo-sensory processing is assumed reliant on the strength of the 42 . the second to last question has been answered in that the academic mainstream is under the impression that there is no empirical evidence in support of telepathy. However. it lacks repeatability and therefore is not amendable to scientific inquiry. Such models and intriguing perspectives in regards to the study of perception and cognition. Instead.
form. a bicycle wheel.+ has no syst ematic effects of performance void of effects explainable in terms of psychological reactions. such as how the ‚quality‛ of an ESP target *e. Relative models address the role of the long-term memory in processing extrasensory information.g. a daisy. ESP] performance characteristically conforms to the stages of processing. size. which show not only promise in explaining the manifestation of extrasensory perception. unlike regular sensory stimuli. etc. Similar studies found psi misses prominent in Zener cardbased experiments with like symbols [i. in regards to a star. It should be noted here that sensory processing is only one modality of human information processing. evidence is contrary to pseudo-sensory models.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi stimuli. in which the information is processed by the brain. Memory Models: Memory Theory and Associated Phenomenology Memory models in regards to extrasensory perception have been proposed suggesting that extrasensory perception is ‚imagination that relates to the target. However.] will typically be activated.‛ One version suggests that the memorial inform ation activated during ESP performance is ‚structurally‛ similar to the ESP target [e.e. Such concepts are encapsulated in memory models. Such models approach psi with the view of the brain as an information processing system. rather than the external environment. and addresses whether the nature of psi [e. but also may someday explain the manifestation of psychokinesis. calling a square for a circle.g. or a star for a cross]. address the stages of information processing.g. etc. is assumed obtainable via from within the self. A large quantity of ESP based data has become comprehensible due to memory models in which assume that the systemic source of extrasensory information is somehow localized in the long- 43 . contrast. The ideational mode. Research in this area has shown evidence in support of extraordinarily accurate representations of ESP targets by subjects while exhibiting little perception of the targets characteristics or meaning.
g. While such approaches have not yet yielded successful applications. rendering individuals with a great deal of life experience more likely to coherently decipher received information than those with little life experience. Such data includes images and language [e.g. Incorporations have been perused by the parapsychological community in regards to PK and memory modeling. Receptive Psi Processes Memory models tailor to receptive psi processes. Such PKbased memory modeling suggest mechanisms converse to ESP memory models. including myself. which has traditionally been assumed to involve a two-part process concerning  information traveling from the environment to the individual and  the information received being elaborated into conscious 44 . These models correlate with both intentional and spontaneous ESP experiences including those characteristic of pure emotional reactions or semantic associations. possibly mechanistic or teleological] resulting in a correlation between the nature of the trace and the structure of a physical system in the environment. in that a long-term memory trace [or set of traces] is assumed activated by unknown means [e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach term memory. processes are not only similar to these fundamental performances in memory tasks. there is a broad endorsement of this concept. Such models also correlate with experimental ESP performance such as psi missing and positions effects. However. vocabulary] from the recipients own long-term memory. These types of studies have lead the parapsychological community to believe that extrasensory. it appears that Nature and or other people can communicate with people via a person’s own experiential data. the area has received little attention due to limited experimental data. or in regards to PK may be. In other words. but rather that such psi processes in regards to ESP are. dependent upon memorial processes as a means of expression. and possibly psychokinetic. namely ESP. Consistency can also be found in correlations between long-term memory skills and ESP scores.
g. it should play a 45 . Assumptions pertaining to the second part of the receptive psi process are the direct result of conceptual and experimental progress within the fields of parapsychology. Such stages. the first part of the receptive psi process is mainly assumed the result of aforementioned information transfer via quantum teleportation.e. and many researchers have developed hypothesis in order to identify fundamental components of the process. information traveling through the individual and out into the environment]. hallucinations [e. as the product of the paranormal cognitive process is always the product of cognitive and other types of processes in which are we are not in the habit of deeming paranormal. in regards to the two-part model of psi. Conversely. and neuroscience. in regards to expressive psi processes [i. termed paranormal cognition]. Therefore. how information is elaborated into conscious awareness and or elicits a behavioral response]. The key here was to look at the functions of how evolution operates.e. half of the challenge in discovering how psi mediates involves comprehending its pathway via the normal cognitive operations of the brain and perhaps other various systems of living organisms. That is to say. involve normal cognitive and emotional processes. Such ‚paranormally‛ acquired information is assumed to be acquired via mediating stages such as dreams. as aforementioned. rather than of a ‚paranormal‛ cognitive process. mental images].Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi awareness.e. psi process and production is termed paranormal interaction. In this two-part conceptualization. As mentioned earlier in this section. This distinction between the two-parts of receptive psi processes has been articulated to separate psi process from psi production [i. These stages are also known as the mediation and the experiential phases of psi. Memory models are typically focused on the latter concern [i. knowing what psi is for was considered a critical step in discovering how psi works. The paranormal cognitive process has been suggested to be the result of normal cognitive processes. which stems from recent scientific evidence supporting the existence of quantum mechanical processes at the macroscopic level. Evolution has a simplistic answer for the need of psi. psychology.
it is not to be confused with the 46 . This brain system is the human memory.e. Memory and Psi Processes A brain system has been identified by the parapsychological community in which is assumed to play a vital. memory was hypothesized to be stored in one region of the brain. Evolution does not typically devise new processes or systems where existing processes or systems can be adapted and elaborated to serve new needs and present new advantages.e. Therefore. one of its major characteristics is that it only keeps what is useful. what can be extremely efficient as far as organism resources]. assumed as a means to potentially compensate for damage to one storage area. The view up until now was that in regards to memory. role in psi processes. In regards to the process of evolution. [i. then expecting that such an ability would be built upon. A fundamental aspect of the evolutionary fitness and survival of human beings has been to acquire and store information to utilize in planning future actions based on the assessment of probability. the support of memory is not specific to certain regions. if evolution decided to present human beings with the ability to benefit from anomalous information or interaction.e. is exclusively need-based]. if not a majority. Most of the time [B] appears to act like a normal piece of brain tissue and only kicks into ‚hyperdrive‛ when *A+ is particularly challenged. as [B] would only take over if and when needed [i. recent findings support the hypothesis that memory is distributed in many regions of the brain. or rather. the longterm memory. our ability to survive and to pass on our genetic code to the next generation. but rather a whole network. However. and tightly integrated with. i.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach vital role in improving our fitness. and performs in less than a second. However. While this is a remarkable fluid neural plasticity. this assumption appears today to be incorrect. In the past. brain systems in which serve critical characteristics such as fitness. would be a reasonable expectation. if point [A] was lost then point [B] would be on all of the time to take over for [A]. In other words.
g. extrasensory experience arises exclusively from memory]. Assumptions continue suggesting that the images are retrieved from the receiver’s conscious and subconscious memory [i. it is assumed that no mediation of visual impressions from the sender to the receiver has occurred. rather from the ‘senders’ memory. the recipient is not receiving a large amount of information. possibly mediated via telepathy or clairvoyance. available evidence does not support the idea that extrasensory information reception involves the same types of processing as sensory input. Such hallucinations are assumed a product of the mind and constructed from images in the ‘receivers’ memory. but rather *B+ will take over when needed. or rather.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi standard ‚*B+ took over for *A+. suggesting that during ESP information transfer. While sensory models in light of memory models have not entirely been ruled out. discriminability. which would be the case if receiving im- 47 . memory consolidation. the weight of the evidence points in the direction of memory-based models. It has been suggested that ESP-based [triggered] memories are subject to the same mental processing as ordinary memories on their way into consciousness via several stages of unconscious or preconscious processing and back into memory [i.e. Therefore. Therefore. but rather the mediation of generalized information to be later cognized via the receivers own memorial images. Such a finding [that memory is distributed in many regions of the brain] will pose an issue for the parapsychological community in regards to isolating a region of the brain responsible for psi cognitive processes. a category of processes in which stabilizes a memory trace post-initial acquisition] as a new memory trace. An example of this evidence is that typical characteristics of sensory stimuli [e.e. how hard or easy it is to detect that a target stimulus is present from a background effect] have no systemic effect on ESP-based performance. The first sight model helps the parapsychological community answer difficult questions like ‚why do ghosts wear clothes?‛ or ‚how can there be apparitions of living individuals?‛ Such experiences are assumed the result of hallucinations. could potentially explain what such a region has not yet exclusively been found.
If semantic information does emerge.g. concrete images rather than abstract images]. Memory models essentially account for incomplete or transformed extrasensory information into direct imagery [e.‛ Richard Broughton Extrasensory perception is assumed to activate and link subtle relative components in which produce new information via their collaboration. Such an initial pathway into the brain has been assumed similar to subliminal perception or perception void of awareness.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach agery. past research programs [e. rather than ordinary sensory processing. Such an experience is often accompanied by a distinctive conscious awareness where the ESP-triggered memorial images are all of a sudden intruding upon mental activity in which was otherwise directed. death in general. Also mentioned prior. the recipient may not have possessed the required memories to complete the image or for an unknown reason the ESP-trigger was unable create necessary memory links]. remote viewing research programs] altered their standard operating procedures to promote sketches or drawings of the experients impressions to be later interpreted by a pool of individuals. but rather very little information in which is sufficient enough to activate the appropriate systems in order to elaborate the ‚message‛ into consciousness. rather than the experient 48 . In light of this understanding. it is the structure of the target in which is received [e. it emerges when the individual attempts to interpret the information [e. and perhaps the manner in which the friend might be likely to die. it appears that through a number of experimental and quasi-experimental studies. but would likely activate networks of memories that involve the friend. images] experienced.g. As aforementioned. the structure of a target received is typically void of semantic memorial activation.g. However. One argument for memory exclusive processing in ESP transfer is as follows: ‚A psychic experience that informs one that a good friend has just died obviously would not activate a memory of the friend dead.g. considerations in regards to what type of memory is involved in psi receptive processes have lead to the long-term memory.
Studies suggest that in regards to perceptual experience. they are considered in correlation to what an individual does. this is not to say they are exclusive. As a result. supports that complete images of objects. It is assumed that this psi level of engagement is continuously active as a means to assist the individual in efficiently predicting and comprehending developing experiences.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi attempt to interpret the information themselves. Such engagements void of spatial proximity [psi] are assumed available to all living systems before proximal sensorial information. While evidence. All modes of experience are assumed to have similar preconscious developmental histories. rather than what happens to the individual. including perception. the chain of preconscious development begins with the basic level [psi] of engagement with Nature. and to be the leading edge of the preconscious processes by which the human mind assembles all types of experiences. particularly from dream research and ganzfeld experiments. whereby suggesting that all experience can be comprehensible with psi existing at the basic and beginning level of living functions. Typically. Even though psi phenomena are assumed a result of the unconscious state. Memory and the First Sight Model This model describes psi as a ‚basic. psi is assumed personal and purposeful rather than contrastingly mechanical and or impersonally automatic. continuously active constituent of the development of all experience. as well as intuitive and emotional impressions [e. as other forms of hallucinations have been identified. an individual can be detoured from unfavorable events or outcomes due to the discovery of favorable alternatives. psi is presumed as a first sight as opposed to a second sight.g. Like similar preconscious processes. or individuals [i.e. visual images] are primary. In other words.‛ The model presumes a pr econscious engagement between all living systems and Nature beyond physical and sensorial boundaries. scenes. intuition and emotional-based ESP]. anticipatory. the individual is not consciously 49 . Such engagements are assumed preconscious.
The terms most commonly utilized in this regard are assimilation [additive participation] and contrast [subtractive participation]. but like subliminal apprehensions. they appear to arouse nexuses of meaning and feeling in which predict developing experience. meditative. and is assumed to function in a manner similar to other preconscious processes. In conclusion.‛ Some states of mind [e. However. This model assumes that psi. These findings suggest that unfocused and receptive states of mind are more conducive towards the assimilative expression of extrasensory apprehensions. psi appears to contribute to the development of all human experiences at a basic. while contrast is correlated with psi-missing. in that in regards to any type of potential experience. or PK.g. Psi is assumed bimodal.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach aware of psi apprehensions. In regards to ESP experiments. nor does it characterize psi as being unpredictable or possessing magical properties. moods. mainly ESP. intermingles with other preconscious processes as a means to form experiences. If memory and extrasensory perception. etc. posture of approach or avoidance].] are more advantageous for expressing and noticing such inadvertent expressions. they should also exhibit similar patterns of functioning in terms of other type of variables. In addition. If such developmental processes are subject to interruption [e. assimilation is correlated with psi-hitting. sleep. this model does not assume that psi functions are uniquely in the human mind. etc.g. this model assumes that psi and similar preconscious processes operate continually in unison with similar patterns of functioning. dissociative. brief stimuli] then such activated networks are typically inadvertently expressed in ‚fantasies. dreams. while highly focused states of mind characterized by clear. then this similarity should be positively correlated within the performance of individuals tested in similar situations.g. are indeed similar processes. the individual’s position will be either towards or away from [e. Conversely. While positive correlations be- 50 . spontaneous behaviors. associations. cognitive processes and tasks result in such apprehensions becoming subject to contrast and therefore are excluded from expression entirely. first level.
psi phenomena appear to be need-based. one type of memory appears to be positively correlated [ secondary memory]. to require an outcome is to identify a necessary obligation. altered.e. Such a need is pertinent to the reception of psi-based information and the possible assimilation of the information along with information gathered via other preconscious processes. Some neuro scientists suggest that a further understanding of this mode may lead them in an exploration of a central mystery in human psychology: the location of where our concept of ‚self‛ is created. I have to perform]. However. or to indentify a necessity arising from the circumstances of a situation [i. whereby exciting an individual to take action to obtain said outcome [i. The distinction between these two memory types is that primary memory [i. In this mode. assigning the motives and feelings to other individuals. Such a longing is excited by the thought of the outcome. the contemplation of 51 . when these structures collaborate simultaneously.e. they function as a ‚neutral‛ brain setting.e. Contrastingly.e. short-term memory] now typically referred to as working memory. whereby the individual later attempts to reproduce [recall] the mental item. projecting into future scenarios. As aforementioned. Individually. Such reception and assimilation requires a ‚free-floating.‛ ‚transcendental meditative‛ or ‚daydreaming‛ state of mind. is a relatively conscious. when we daydream. I want to perform]. effortful matter in which an individual is actively holding a mental item in mind via rehearsal [repetition]. maintained. To differentiate between a desire and a requirement. also known as the default mode network. suggesting a ‚requirement‛ rather than simply a general ‚desire‛ or want.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi tween memory tests and ESP have been significantly confirmed. desire in this case is a sense of longing for an outcome. Secondary memory on the other hand refers to the individual’s long-term memory. and renewed. introspection [i. and weighing personal values. the regions of the brain in which consist of this network have been recognized as active in effortful tasks such as recalling the past. while another type of memory is negatively correlated [ primary memory]. which is a less effortful process of recalling or otherwise responding to an item of information previously learned.
in which help us navigate interactions.g. schizophrenia. but also receive information via the basic level of preconsciousness to improve our ability to make choices. but the use of this default mode network also appears to play as critical of a role in mental well-being as sleep appears to play in the roles of learning. the default mode has been found to work differently in those suffering from depression. autism. Such moments. which is a uniquely human structure that becomes active when one attempts to imagine what another individual is thinking. and react to information *e. utilize the longterm memory. These laws include. Not only is this psi-based information beneficial towards our general health and survival. and posttraumatic stress disorder then it does in healthy individuals. When more information is required to make complete considerations. expectations. may be psi conducive. in particularly. This necessity for information would be an extension of ourselves in which allows us to not only assume a great deal in regards to ourselves and the individuals and environment we interact with. this state of deep reflection may stimulate psi processes.‛ The central hub of this mode activity.e. The medial prefrontal cortex. Research shows that during these moments of free-floating thought. such a mental stage. consolidation. This is all void of having to run a complex and conscious calculation of all of our values. In addition. a strangers intentions. rapidly make sense of. whereby the unconscious mind reaches out for more information when necessary. is the medial parietal cortex. suggesting that there is quite a bit more going on during this so-called ‚idle‛ state of mind. this mode appears to require the same level of energy to operate as do the networks associated with hard mental labor. and maintaining the body’s metabolic fun ctions. which also becomes active when one attempts to recall their past [i. In each 52 . a choice before us]. whereby shifting this ebb and flow of thoughts from looking inwards to ‚looking outwards. social experiences. which has been correlated with psi processes]. memory. In addition. and conduct+ comes alive.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach one’s own thoughts. and beliefs. what appears to light up consistently during mental relaxation. a child’s next move. the brain is forming a set of mental laws pertaining to reality. desires.
While mild mental health issues appear to reduce psi-hitting in psi testing. Studies involving the default mode and wiring abnormalities show that there are weak links between the mode and a region involved in motivation and reward-seeking behavior when looking at scans of those suffering from depression. while stress and mental health conditions tend to reduce psi testing scores. In addition. they typically result in the ‚over -firing‛ and or ‚fire unreliability‛ of psychical experiences *i. Through my research. as ‚there is no escape from the self. while in healthy subjects.g. and that these connections over-fire or fire unreliably.‛ However. with little hope. exercise. spontaneous cases+. and a well balanced diet. Several studies have correlated psi-missing with stress. processes in which appear to degrade attentional resources and memory recall in which appear to inhibit the correct response in regards to psi apprehensions]. anxiety and telepathy]. In regards to the undeniable link between the brain at rest and psychiatric illness. I have found correlations with the aforementioned conditions and experients of specific psychical phenomena. current research does not tell us which comes first. whereby holding the prospect of more efficient psychiatric diagnoses in the future. However. and possibly those experiencing stress induced spontaneous psi. relaxation. as is the current position in regards to psychical experience and illnesses correlated with specific psychical phenomena [e.e. and anxiety [i. poor mood. and spontaneous psi experiences. the malfunction appears slightly different. with proper treatment. Such an inclusion as the concept of the ‚self‛ in these matters typically leaves sufferers of these mental health concerns. psi phenomena typically appears non-intrusive and consistent. many individ- 53 .Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi condition. the default mode was found to be ‚hot-wired‛ to regions of the brain in which process emotions or help one in attentional focus during demanding mental tasks. severe mental health conditions appear to increase the intrusion of and spontaneous nature of psychical phenomena. This excessive ‚crosstalk‛ among these regions of the brain may account for the frequently reported symptoms of emotional hypersensitivity and lack of concentration in those with depression.e.
the less likely the elements of context will be sensed as pertinent and be assimilated]. Thus. This primary memory requirement is per my research. but may require recalling the image several times over to identify all contextual or conceptual inclusions. those in which desire to recall detailed information pertaining to dreams later on are suggested to keep a dream journal. it is assumed that the initial more passive 54 . Utilizing diagrammatic reasoning [reasoning via visual representations] and other forms of organizational tasks [e. While the state of mind is unconscious and effortless. In this case. and despite such experiences. Another example of this is in regards to psi-based information reception in dream.e. he or she is to immediately write down or sketch the details of the dream via the bottom-up method [i. While primary memory upon reception of psi-based information is excluded. list the details of the dream. the consciously effortful process of retaining and reproducing primary memory is assumed to exclude extrasensory information. This journal is recommended to be placed by the bedside with a writing instrument. as for example.‛ the experient may require recalling the information later. appears to be critical when the need to recall the information to better analyze its content takes place. mind mapping] post-assimilation appears to be conducive to the recollection of psi-information. This default state of mind appears to facilitate these conditions. However. followed by writing down the overall deductive impression of the dream]. consolidation back into working memory. level-by-level. Per awakening or arousal of the individual. individuals in which receive information in the form of imagery will initially assimilate the information into the formation of the experience. and later into long-term memory. Contrastingly.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach uals have treated these conditions void of spontaneous psychical experience.g.e. whereas cognitive work or tasks via a clear conscious state tend to inhibit them [i. a well functioning working memory appears critical to psi post-assimilation analyses. the more defined an experience is. the assimilation of psi-based information is highly similar to the activity of retrieving or responding to elements of the secondary memory. As most psibased information is received in a ‚flash.
a great deal of relative information pertaining to a search. there have been negative correlations in regards to individuals performing with ‚poor‛ knowledge or no knowledge at all.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi inner searching required to receive psi-based information. the more one knows the correct information pertaining to a request for information. Parapsychological studies have shown that those with weaker memories typically score higher in ESP tests. in regards to memory and psi. In other words. This reflects the aforementioned findings where those who know. whether ESP affects memory is debatable. the individual is forced to search in a more exploratory manner. This is opposed to if the information being searched for is based on relative information in which is not well known [i.‛ will result in a successful outcome. ranging from mild memory problems to intrusive memory problems. a successful search and reception of psi-based information appears to be correlated with knowing ‚some‛ relative information. while positive correlations have been found in regards to individual’s performing with little knowledge relative to their search. while those with stronger memories typically scored lower. Hence. and sensations. while effort is require to properly consolidate the information in detail to be recalled at a later time. I have found that individuals with higher ESP scores tend to report difficulties with memory. when an individual knows little or nothing pertinent to the information required. or remember. effortlessness is required to receive and assimilate psi-based information. Per my studies. However. images. In addition. there is a less likelihood of psi-based information being received. where the individual is searching a broad range [exploratory search] of inner associations. Therefore. which is correlated to psi information reception.e. the less likely the individual ‚needs‛ the information ther efore the less likely the individual will receive the information via psychical means]. In regards to searches for information relative to information already well known. and may be more likely to facilitate the expression of the extrasensory apprehensions. looking for some sense o f ‚fit. will be less likely to have the ‚need‛ for psi info r- 55 .
Such advancements have allowed a growing understanding of its role in decision making.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach mation as if the non-required psi information is being subjected to contrast and avoided. it must be noted here that the emotional system in this con- 56 . associated targets. may yield lower PK test scoring then targets in which the individual has little familiarity. These suggestions stem from recent advancements in the neuroscience of the emotional system.‛ While memory-based models offer a comprehensive and important framework through which to understand how psi works. targets are typically chosen with some degree of familiarity. or targets possessed by someone the individual has strong emotion towards. Contrastingly. However. the names of friends]. The latter suggests that these targets are to meaningful to evoke positive scoring as targets. In regards to tests of ESP. These findings appear to be reflective in regards to choosing targets. In other words. negative correlations have been found when utilizing targets not known or experienced by the individual [e. the name of the individuals spouse]. names of strangers+. Familiarity is assumed to facilitate a sense of pertinence to the task whereby increasing psi-hitting. targets in which are too relative appear to hinder assimilation.g. in that targets of long-term possession. In contrast. whereby assuming the involvement of the emotional system in the translation of psi-based information into consciousness or behavior. Targets in which can be identified as relevant to the task should pose no issues in regards to assimilation. strong suggestions pointing towards the involvement of the emotional system have also been made. have been found to be positively correlated with high ESP scores [e. This negative correlation may later be found in relation to psychokinetic targets.g. leads to such rapid closure that psi-missing is likely. whether relative to the individual and or have been briefly experienced by the individual. However. ‚an extreme degree of familiarity in which is accompanied by highly predictable cognitive associates and behavioral responses. rather they tend to evoke a clear set of conscious meanings in which serve to exclude extrasensorial information. no familiarity. or targets known all too well or ‚overlearned‛ *e.g.
In an evolutionary co ntext. Rather.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi text should not be confused with the content of experimental targets or relationships with between individuals involved in a psi experience. The systems operative function is to identify threats and or danger and to initiate survival responses automatically. the emotional system is the fundamental foundation of survival adaptation [e.‛ 57 . fight or flight response]. is the collection of neural systems in which underlie human emotion in the same manner as extensions of memory models of psi implicate the ‚cortical circuitry‛ in which makes memory possible. the emotional system to which is being referred. It has been stated. ‚It is the merging of the em otional and cognitive systems that has conferred upon us our immense evolutionary advantage because it allows us to shift from simple automatic reactions to planned actions.g.
g. Quantum-like entanglement properties have been suggested in regards to the human lexicon. Hilbert Space c. T/F 7. perception. Explanatory theories attempt to explain what particular cognitive phenomenon [e. Bells Theorem b. and evidence suggests that this non-local communication also exists biologically. Quantum information processing can be reproduced by utilizing classical waves. T/F 5.QUESTIONS 1. T/F 3. Which is an extension of the two-dimensional Euclidean plane and three-dimensional space to spaces with any finite or infinite number of dimensions. T/F 4. T/F 8. The objective for experiential models is not to develop a model to explain extrasensory information separate from an explanation of psychokinesis. Devising a solid quantum cognitive theory requires both descriptive and explanatory elements. T/F 58 . Many have suggested that consciousness may be the direct result of neuro-quantum interactions. T/F 10. but rather to formulate a model in which explain both ESP and PK manifestations. a. Macroscopic non-locality has been described as an enforced correlation between separated parts of a quantum system that reside outside of the boundaries of light velocity across space and time as a means to ensure the parts of the system maintain equilibrium. T/F 2. or cognitive aspects of personality] are like. language. T/F 6. White noise may be the basis of everything in Nature. Nature is non-local. Neuro-quantum interactions 9.
rather than of a ‚par anormal‛ cognitive process.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi 11. A psychic experience that informs one that a good friend has just died obviously would not activate a memory of the friend dead. Prefrontal Cortex c. namely ESP. The distinction between the two-parts of receptive psi processes has been articulated to separate psi process from psi production (i. one of its major characteristics is that it only keeps what is useful. Working memory b.e. A brain system has been identified by the parapsychological community in which is assumed to play a vital. T/F 20. T/F 18. Which system has been identified? a. role in psi processes. In regards to the process of evolution. but would likely activate networks of memories that in- 59 . The paranormal cognitive process has been suggested to be the result of normal cognitive processes. T/F 15. if not a majority. including living systems at room temperature. T/F 16. or in regards to PK may be. dependent upon memorial processes as a means of expression. Consistency has not been found in correlations between longterm memory skills and ESP scores. The support of memory is specific to certain regions of the brain. T/F 12. Long-term memory d. Memory models tailor to receptive psi processes. (i. It has been proven that quantum entanglement and non-local communication are phenomena in which occur in both microscopic and macroscopic systems. T/F 14. what can be extremely efficient as far as organism resources).e. Left hemisphere 19. Psi processes in regards to ESP are. T/F 17. which has traditionally been assumed to involve a three-part process. termed paranormal cognition). T/F 13.
rather than what happens to the individual. including perception. 23. T/F The default mode has been found to work the same in those suffering from depression. That type of memory is< a. T/F Even though psi phenomena are assumed a result of the unconscious state. 25. Secondary memory b. also known as the default mode network. autism. 24. 29. T/F 21. 22. and perhaps the manner in which the friend might be likely to die. and posttraumatic stress disorder as it does in healthy individuals. T/F Unfocused and receptive states of mind are less conducive towards the assimilative expression of extrasensory apprehensions. 27. T/F The use of this default mode network appears to play as critical of a role in mental well-being as sleep appears to play in the roles of learning. 26.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach volve the friend. 60 .‛ ‚transcendental meditative‛ or ‚daydreaming‛ state of mind. one type of memory appears to be positively correlated. schizophrenia. they are considered in correlation to what an individual does. T/F All modes of experience are assumed to have similar preconscious developmental histories. death in general. memory. T/F While positive correlations between memory tests and ESP have been significantly confirmed. 28. T/F Like similar preconscious processes. T/F The medial prefrontal cortex is a uniquely human structure that becomes active when one attempts to imagine what another individual is thinking. psi is assumed personal and purposeful rather than contrastingly mechanical and or impersonally automatic. and maintaining the body’s metabolic functions. consolidation. Primary memory Psi reception and assimilation requires a ‚free-floating.
T/F 61 . The consciously effortful process of retaining and reproducing primary memory is assumed to include extrasensory information.Chapter 2: Models of the Experiential Phase of Psi 30.
auditory. Sensation and Perception To comprehend accurately what extrasensory perception is and is not. I assume that extrasensory perception is the psychical influence of our objective environment [Nature]. and probabilistically determining the potential trajectory of future events [Clairvoyance]. etc. act. but sensed by the mind. In addition. which is a universal information system capable of storing. I assume that extrasensory perception is the psychical influence of information via an experients influence over the biological basis of consciousness and the mental process by which we perceive. Includes pertaining to these subject 62 .3 MODELS OF EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION A Quantum Mechanical Approach to ESP Phenomenology Extrasensory perception [ESP] is defined as the reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses. first one has to define and analyze both sensation and perception. retaining. These senses vary in modality such as vision. Sensation and perception are defined as stages of sensory processing in human and animal systems. rather than anatomical or physiological. and recalling information pertaining to the past and current states of objects and events. This is because processes in the brain affect the perception of a stimulus. They are stages classified as psychological. learn and remember [Telepathy].
These systems are transducers from the physical environment to the environment of the mind. and olfaction [smell]. In regards to type.‛ whereby representing awareness or the comprehension of the practical cause of the sensory input. eyes. various mechanoreceptors respond best to various touch sti- 63 . Receptor organs and cells respond to a specific part of the environment [e.g. neural pathways [connecting one component of the nervous system to another].Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception areas are illusions such as motion aftereffect. Sensory systems code for four features of detectible change whether the changes are internal or external. ears. depth perception. and duration. color constancy. which poses issues with testability [i. evidence is contrary to sensory models]. certain sensory receptors are sensitive to specific types of stimuli [e. Otherwise stated. In regards to extrasensory perception. The Sensory Systems A sensory system is a component of the nervous system responsible for processing sensory information. sensation is a function of the low-level biochemical and neurological events in which begin with the impinging of a stimulus upon the receptor cells of a sensory organ [e. They consist of sensory receptors [sensory nerve endings]. Commonly recognized sensory systems are those for vision. hearing.g. skin.g. includes the mental processes or states that are reflected in statements such as ‚I see a rectangular red vase. etc.]. the part of an environment the eye can see]. location. somatic sensation [touch]. These four features of stimuli include type or modality. In addition. intensity. Perception on the other hand. and auditory illusions. and components of the brain involved in sensory perception. taste. while perception is defined as a higher brain function regarding the interpretation of events and objects in environs. such a field range does not appear to apply because extrasensory perception appears not to be the result of any known sensory organ.e. sensation is defined as the first stages in the functioning of senses to represent stimuli from environs. This area of receptivity is called the receptive field.
cognitive psychology. current research suggests that information may be received via the body’s biophotonic field *input+ with the central nervous sy stem as its path to perception. study the senses and their operations.g. However. and theories. the duration of the stimulus is communicated via the firing patterns of the receptors involved. sensory receptors send impulses in specific patterns to send information pertaining to the intensity of a stimulus [e. and parapsychology. In regards to duration. it is uncertain how extrasensory stimuli are ‚sensed. the location of a stimulated receptor tells the brain information pertaining to the location of the stimulus on the body [e. such a dedication has yet to be made. 64 . However. classifications. These include the sense of temperature. In regards to localization in the environment. but such an input has not been found for extrasensory perception.g. taste. physical sensory system or organ to each sense. Their studies dedicate one specific. Interdisciplinary research efforts encompassing subjects such as neuroscience. The senses are the physiological capacities within human beings that provide inputs for perception.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach muli].‛ as they appear to be cross-sensed [involving two or several sensory modalities]. In addition. In regards to intensity. Sensory Modalities A sensory modality [stimulus modality] is a type of physical phenomenon that can be sensed. the philosophy of perception. the arrival time of a sound pulse and phase variations of continuous sound are utilized by the auditory system to localize sound sources. but in the case of extrasensory perception. how bright a light may be]. sound. Such a dedication cannot be made until a specific physiological capacity can be identified as an input provider for extrasensory perception. and the type of sensory receptor activated by a stimulus plays a fundamental role in coding the sensory modality. etc. pressure. stimulating a mechanoreceptor in the hand will communicate information to the brain pertaining to that hand].
the interpretation is the either subconsciously. or in some opposing direction. In regards to PK.  and how likely it is for the event to occur]. Stage 1 involves the sensory anticipation of the event e. In making this selection. extrasensory information in which is received via our biophotonic field. the experient is in touch with nearly everything in a manner that is beyond our ability to asses a boundary between the experient and his or her environment.g. These criterions are assumed to comprise the event’s sensed relevance.e. this tool appears to direct towards or away from something. information reception [and/or a reciprocal action and reaction. which is where our past experiences reside. the individual becomes aware of the information to some degree]. In regards to extrasensory perception. Here. the brain attempts to utilize past experiences to interpret the information received. However. whereby initiating the perceptual process. or potentially consciously perceived [i. When extrasensory information enters the long-term memory. It is at stage 1 that an experient begins a selective and deselective process to determine the difference between all information and relative important information. In other 65 . but rather is assumed to have only one binary tool. this tool appears to force a potential object of intention in the ‚prointention‛ direction. is assumed to mediate through the central nervous system and up through our long-term memory. In regards to ESP. elicitation of the event]. The Stages of Extrasensory Perception The processes of extrasensory perception are assumed to include four major stages.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception Perception Perception is the process through which we attain awareness or an understanding of sensory information. the psi function is not complex. it is assumed that we must utilize two criterion  the importance of a potential event. Once the information has been interpreted. What one perceives is a result of interactions between past experiences and the interpretation of that which is currently being perceived. which is assumed a basic psi process.
while stage 4 was added via parapsychological findings. Stage 3 involves the experience of a collection of sensations that the brain attempts to construe. Such does not result in conscious experience. it is assumed that psi is part of the preparatory process in which assists the mind in making the best use of its sensory experiences. the unconscious mind does not decide ‚this or not-this. Psychologists in which study subliminal perception. Therefore. and preconscious processes. whereby connecting our bodies as a whole and connecting us to the outer environment. When a preconsciously received piece of extrasensory information is selected as salient [relatively important]. and with it. it directs the effort to construe. or ‚perception without awareness‛ *PWA+ added the pr econscious stage 2 to the cognitive account. stage 4 involves the attributed understanding of the experience [e. I see and therefore think about what I see]. Lastly. and implicitly structure the formation of experience. it decides ‚this or that. this selection appears to initiate the activation of preconscious affective responses and associated meanings. Therefore. This network is the result of a presemantic [pre-meaning] affect and an array of classes of meanings. but rather in the arousal of an apprehensive network in which enhances experience. In the origins of a perception. The Biophoton Model Light is produced by human cells in which forms a major component of our bodies. anticipate.‛ Stage 2 involves the subliminal registration of the sensation. the experient poses tentative.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach words. each stage appears to link to the next and directs it in a beneficial way. A considerable amount of the work of experimental psychology has focused efforts on processes at stage 3. preverbal hypotheses as a means to search for confirmatory evidence.g.‛ but rather. general. including psi processes. This light is emitted as a lowintensity glow [ultra weak biophoton emission] normally unseen by the 66 .‛ or ‚towards or away from. The network poses a collection of implicit questions in which preconscious attention seeks to answer via the consult of additional sensory information.
biophotons [biological light packets or photons] consist of light with a high degree of order [coherence] that is very quiet and shows an extremely stable intensity void of fluctuations normally observed in light. and allows the light to transmit information within us. such coherence is only observed in temperatures slightly above zero. such levels of coherence are being found to exist even at room temperature. it extends from the UV-C and UV-A through the entire visible range into the infrared. or rather light in which is capable of cooperation and communication throughout the entire mind and body. Such a level of coherence is typically only observable in substances such as superconductors and superfluids. this form of light is able to generate and keep sustained order.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception naked eye and only detectable via sensitive photomultiplier tubes and associated electronic equipment. and inner changes within us. in this case. This significance is that biophoton emissions correlate strongly with all of our life activities and therefore possibly fulfills many biological function(s). external influences. This stability in field strength allows waves to superimpose resulting in interference effects that are also not observed in ordinary light. This light from within and emanating from human beings is coherent light. Biophotons are well known as capable of activating physiological processes. Typically. because of this high degree of order. in laboratory settings. However. biophotons perform various functions. In other words. These emissions react sensitively to all disturbances. For this reason. Superfluidity is the phase of matter that enables a fluid to move up the sides of its container. In addition. such measurements can be utilized as a reliable and sensitive indicator for such 67 . This light’s spectral range of frequencies [colors] extends from 200-800 nanometers. but biophoton emission also has a biological significance. This biological phenomenon [biophotonic processes and effects] has been postulated to be the result of occasional losses of the excitation energy in which typically is used up in biochemical processes. and at various frequencies. In other words. and is a primary example of how quantum effects can become visible on the macroscopic scale under particular conditions.
In individuals in good health. 80.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach influences and changes including cellular and overall health. Such correlations noted are by day or night.g. though assigned areas can be intensified while the whole of the individual is not. This is in the case of illness. and 270 days]. an irregular reaction of photon emission is then produced because of a physiochemical energy imbalance between the high and low-energy electrons. the coherent radiation field forms a unity where biophotons must be considered to be emitted by the whole organism rather just an assigned area such as the hands. 14. upon being forced to a lower energy level via chemical excitation as a result of these higher amounts of oxidative stress. Biophoton emissions have also been found correlated with other natural biological rhythms. Here. chemical excitations release photons. biophoton emissions have been found to follow particular patterns [e. Due to a certain degree of randomness according to the laws of thermodynamics. 68 . biological rhythms at 7. which lead to the release of photons upon returning to a low-energy level [ground state]. High-energy electrons being forced to low-energy states in context with these biochemical reactions are speculated to do so by coupling a reaction between high-energy electrons and low-energy electrons. The weak biophoton emission produced is due to normal human response that is considered in part to be by-product of cellular metabolism. In this view.e. typically in the hands. Here biophotons are produced and then reabsorbed by the low-energy electrons [i. but rather emitting molecules are coupled by a connecting coherent radiation field. human beings are best described as open macroscopic quantum living systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium. 32. The cellular metabolism of an individual involves energy exchanges between spatially-separate metabolic reactions. a continuous effort of production and absorption]. The weak biophoton emission produced by human beings is also in part assumed to be the expression of an overall regulating field within us. During these energy exchanges. Indications suggest that the light is stored in tissue and that emissions are not originating from isolated molecules in cells.
In addition. In states of heightened stress. leaving cells incapable of improvising. or rather are more prone to psychical side effects involving too much light [type purple] are also appear more prone to MS and other conditions such as acne. It appears that too much cooperation and harmony prevents the flexibility and individuality of cells.‛ Contrarily. such as individuals with Multiple Sclerosis.‛ This is accordant with my own research. In other words ‚their light was going out. and certain types of cancer then other psychical types. when an individual has become physically injured. asthma. Unfortunately. whereby not allowing cells to do their job. as individuals who influence light.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception by week. too much light and coherence is produced as though individuals with MS appear to take in or produce too much light which appears to inhibit cell communication. in cases of individuals of severe illness. However. In other words. When an individual is injured. The contributing factors to spontaneous biophoton emission due to injury appear to be weakened in individuals with diets rich in antioxidants. the injured cells are put under higher amounts of oxidative stress of which is the source of the biophoton emission. Oxidation is a chemical reaction that transfers electrons from a substance to an oxidizing agent and is the source of the emissions. people with MS are ‚drowning in light. It is as though the lines of internal communication are scrambled and the human being has lost connection with the world around them. These emissions [in the case of illness or injury] are assumed either some form of chemical-based distress signal or merely a background chemical process. the injured cells appear to trigger the emission of a much higher biophoton rate that normal cells. and by month as though the body is correlated with world biorhythms as well as its own. including their level of coherence. Antioxidants are molecules capable of inhibiting the oxidation of other molecules. the rate of biophoton emissions increases as a means to return the individual back to energy equilibrium. oxidation reactions can produce chemically-reactive radicals [free radi- 69 . individuals in which are unwell appear to lack these natural periodic biorhythms. migraines.
In addition. whereby forcing energy equilibrium. Such findings have lead researchers to describe DNA as a ‚master condu ctor. Such has also answered the question of how the body is capable of performing more than one action at a time. Correlations between photons emitted appear 70 . when DNA is directed towards a certain frequency. while in ill individuals.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach cals]. DNA has been found to be the most fundamental storage of light and source of biophoton emissions. Such communication normally appears to be instantaneous. These finding infer that in order for human beings to reduce or altogether eliminate these heightened light emissions. emit a permanent supply of photons ranging from a few to hundreds. In fact. via illness or injury. they should increase their intake of foods rich in antioxidants as to help repair damaged tissue and or help prevent the further damaging of injured cells. and their quality of low intensity has been found to be due to these communications occurring at the quantum level. and act as high-powered electron donors and ‚light resonance fields‛ in the body as to attract. both hands typically produce the same amount of light. each of which are linked to specific physiological functions. Biophoton emissions are adequate to organize and orchestrate the body. In either case. The discovery of biophoton emissions have resolved many questions including those pertaining to how different areas of the body are capable of communicating with other areas of the body despite being in positions a fair distance away from each other. Foods rich in antioxidants include various fruits and vegetables. store. human beings. suggesting there is no longer system wide communication attempting equilibrium. in fact all living systems.‛ In fact. which in turn can start chain reactions that damage cells and are believed to cause degenerative diseases and cancers. typically one hand produces more light than the other. in healthy individuals. Through experimentation. areas of the body that result in the larger amount of light buildup are the hands and forehead. DNA itself is found capable of emitting a wide range of frequencies. associated molecules follow DNA’s lead. in all our complexities. and conduct light energy. Research has also lead to the discovery that raw foods are electron-rich.
that wave resonance is not simply being utilized to communicate system wide. the more complex the living system. In fact. and that living systems exchange biophotons. the less light is emitted].e. All of these associative theories combine into a system of theoretical descriptions in terms of an overall mechanism of biophoton emission. but more so as open-ended. 71 . Light therapies have been around for quite some time in the alternative. Because biophoton emissions can be considered to originate from interactions between many biological molecules and such an interaction can be described through various physical models. These associated theories include thermodynamics. chaos theory. coherent states of quantum optics. However. thus in correspondence with high frequency electromagnetic waves.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception to include the position of the living system on the evolutionary scale [i.e. Nature is not viewed as blind and mechanistic like the once classical view. intelligent and which makes use of coherent learning feedback processes of information being fed back and forth between living systems and their environment. and medical fields as research has shown that large amounts of light can cause a medical condition. but between living systems]. the view is developing that we are ‚out of synch‛ with our selves and Nature. Research in this area later lead to the discovery that these emissions also appear to have a purpose outside of the body [i. Today’s view of the universe is as a dynamic network of energy e xchange comprised of all possible variations of all possible forms of matter. Human beings typically emit only ten photons per square centimeter per second at wavelengths of 200-800 nanometers. nonequilibrium statistical physics. Biology today is viewed still from the classical angle. but also as a result of quantum fluctuations throughout the body including higher brain functions and consciousness. there are several associated theories. When one becomes ill. cooperative-radiation theory. and cavity quantum electrodynamics. less complex living systems typically emit 10x this amount. However. research has also found that the same frequency that caused the condition can also be used when highly diluted to treat that same condition.
i. the extrasensory information will result in no apparent behavioral effect. in regards to the mechanism of rapid directional switching. However. Therefore. the effect of the extrasensory information will be primarily subtractive [e. This capacity to orient preconsciously toward or away from exists because it benefits the needs of the individual. uncertain recall.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach In summary. biophoton emissions appear to be the dynamic mechanism through which human beings communicate with other living systems. or when a creative production is not relatively within grasping that preconscious processes. this seems to apply only when uncertainty is sustained for a duration. it is unclear perception. If information is readily received or recalled. The Hypothesis of Functional Equivalence If extrasensory information is expected to be contextually useful in interpreting sensory information. and communicate with their environment whether through photon exchange when in spatial proximity. expressed via a behavioral effect]. This is assumed even through these processes are implicitly active in the overall development of consciousness. the shifting between conscious and subconscious intention. it is assumed that extrasensory information has the 72 . may be detectable. or the quantum teleportation of information when entangled.g. or intention. the issue that has been resolve will result in the rapid closure of the issue. if the extrasensory information is assumed irrelevant to sensory information. In regards to extrasensory perception. and the solution is not readily available in a way that we would anticipate to find traces of psi processes.e. However. Conversely. Rapid directional switching refers to bimodal tendencies of stable or rapidly changing directions of orientation. or a problem is effortlessly solved. the mind decides to orientate either toward or away from an object of potential perception. including psi processes. In these cases. at which point we will see only clear processes of consciousness. then it is assumed that the extrasensory information is combined additively to the sensory information. or contrary to the task of comprehending it.
‛ It is assumed that these expre ssions occur when the mind elects to interpret preconscious experience preceding the obtainment of clearly interpretable sensorial information. 73 . the meaning may appear metaphorical or fragmented *e. In this case.g. When this occurs. environment] the individual is not limited to physical. the individual and the environment appear to lack distinguishability. capable of ‚becoming themselves out of each other. It is also assumed that when an individual engages with their surroundings [i. the identities of both the individual and the environment are assumed one. more often additively. The apparent traces of psi processes. At the forefront of perception and intention.‛ In regards to this situation.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception potential to be combined with information from other sources [e. or a scene of an automobile accident may have stirred up an imageless sense of repulsion. activated classes of meaning are subsequently compared to initiating stimuli in the ‚full light‛ of consciousness. the view extends to assume that when expressions are produced due to the reception of extrasensory information. but occasionally subtractively. In other words. One of these functions of activity may be to prepare the mind for its ‚incipient‛ exp eriences and decisions. and or phenomena. the expressions will appear to be characteristic of qualities of incompleteness and indirectness. This view of psi as a seamlessly functioning factor of assumed normal preconscious processes. a line of windows in a building may have evoked and image of a row on a checkerboard. The view also suggests the reason the individual is not overwhelmed with extrasensory awareness all of the time. and hints of consistent preconscious mental activity. sensory impingement. available to most individuals on a daily basis are assumed occasional. elusive.e. acts to normalize parapsychological ideas and efforts as much as it suggests the everyday experience of functioning of psi phenomena in an unconscious and implicit manner. but rather the individual extends beyond spacetime. I assume that the environment is not a part of the individual. In addition. sensory information]. ‚a bear may have aroused an image of some other kind of animal or some other kind of danger.g.
or experiencing fluctuations of intention. Such situations are evident of a need for the individual to relocate their attention away from inner searching. including extrasensory apprehensions. they also appear to succeed in removing ESP targets remotely from their experience. one cannot be entirely separated from the other. whereby resulting in mixed. The Bimodal Nature of Psi The nature of psi has been divided into two main divisions or categories.Disinterest or Distraction Suppositions involving rapid switching of direction [attention] with small-deviation performance at times of varied motivation in regards to extrasensory material appear to be functional.g. If an individual finds an ESP test insignificant and pointless. In either case. so the mind may efficiently concentrate on the conscious tasks. as they peruse their individual thoughts and visions. cognitive tasks] is deemed more pertinent then the request from a small amount of extrasensory information. and disinterest in disengaging and or repetitive tasks. the individual appears to be experiencing internal conflictions to know and not-know. obsessive doubt. or alternating intentions. Such a removal may be the result of balancing psi’s bimo d- 74 . and situational interruptions. Such functionality suggests representations of the many instances when another task [e. During cognitive tasks. rational analyses. it would be beneficial to eliminate any distractions. Psi-Unconducive States . Either way. which is assumed to provide consistent intentional attention towards the direction of another focus of effort. disinterest in target material.  The first division pertains to the qualities of an individual’s irritation.  The second division pertains to the qualities of factors including distraction.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach but rather the individual is a part of the environment. Such situations are evident of an individual’s desire to quit the task while otherwise continuing persistent to completion.
dull target material. identity diffusion. and 75 .Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception al responsive tendencies. In this view. engaging target material [i. In addition. Just as subliminal or incidental stimuli have no barriers of this type. As aforementioned. unreflective engagement in the task. pertinent extrasensory information. while negative correlations include rational analysis. As human beings. shame. inconsistent unconscious intention is assumed the result of rapid switching and small deviations. pain. we attempt to maintain sufficient control over our state of affairs and maintain a well-functioning predictive comprehension of events as to avoid confusion. Large deviation [high] scoring appears to be associated with originality. a task that is generally salient and involving for the participants]. disengaging tasks. the invalidation of core constructs. A number of human needs are characterized as more personal. conscious awareness is assumed the part of all human beings through which we construct an understanding of our environment. We strive to maintain harmony and success in our relations with our interpersonal network whereby trying to avoid conflict.e. and an absence of interruptions. and a loss of freewill to discover and examine. or situational alterations such as a change in a task. irrelevant extrasensory information. we want to survive. and live happily and freely as to avoid potential dangers. self-reflective investigation of the experience. In other words. psi processes are assumed to have no such barriers. repetitive testing. and guilt. and sustained. and sustained situational constrains. cognitive work. and confinement that would otherwise challenge our happiness and freedom. Just as these needs exist and are carried out by normal preconscious processes in which do not require a barrier or filter to protect consciousness. no filter mechanism is hypothesized to be required to comprehend the relation between psi and consciousness. positive correlations include free-floating attention. and involve unconscious emotional reactions and unconscious beliefs. and interrupted situational constraints. These observations suggest that the degree of reliability of these intentions may be affected by variables such as unreflective absorption as opposed to distraction. interest. Distractions and small-deviation scoring is associated with fatigue.
In ESP testing.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach negotiate with our environment as though the individual is a part of the environment. whereby inclining you to go left.e. your attention is drawn to the right] and take that right. Image for a moment that you are driving to a very important event. and turning away from information it deems irrelevant. it is well known that anxious individuals typically psi-miss more so than non-anxious individuals. suppose your psychic apprehension alerted you to the trouble of going left. Such psi-misses have been interpreted as errors. In the terms of the Hypothesis of Directional Intention. Therefore. In an ESP test. typically psi-hit on the emotionally 76 . To summarize. subjects with low anxiety [based on the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale]. which will lead you to where you need to go. whether the information be subliminal or extrasensorial. This will be the direction you take when you suddenly feel a sense of interest in something to the right [i. erotic pictures]. Conversely. It is also well known that the anxious individuals find more events potentially dangerous [anxiety arousing]. you come to an intersection. the mind appears capable of assessing the relevancy of information. and therefore psychically. but this is a limited view. coupled with blank cards. consistent intention typically produces extreme scoring. and you are unsure whether you are suppose to go left or right. this assessment of relevance and irrelevance is an important criterion for the direction of attention. such an inclination to go left would be seen as a psi-miss. The best action is to go right. To the right is the correct direction and to the left is the incorrect direction unbeknownst to you. In ESP tests involving hidden materials that are potentially emotionally arousing [e. conflicted or alternating intentions typically produce small deviations from chance. physiologically.g. This may cause you to pause for a moment and shift your attention to the left. However. psychologically. anxious individuals typically have more events in which they are inclined to avoid. Psi and Anxiety In parapsychology. or your need not to go left.
In such cases. In relative modeling. However. so such a potentiality is never realized. the subjects never actually view the evocative material. not involving anxiety. and that psi-missing in these cases does not suggest an absence of psi responses. but that fear or anxiety arousing material typically elicits greater implicit psi responses then when compared to emotionally neutral material. this intention primarily acts in avoidance of something. Because of these finding. as though subjects with high anxiety desire to avoid a ‚p otentially dangerous event. conscious and unconscious intention are typically congruent and function harmoniously.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception arousing targets [expressing an implicit interest in more evocative targets]. those who failed to become less anxious typically avoided such targets by missing them. subjects with high anxiety typically psi-miss on evocative targets.‛ In these types of studies. This effect involves subjects of both genders of who showed larger declines in state anxiety. Psi-hitting and psi-missing are the result of largely unconsciously guided intention. and showed a preference for the evocatively charged targets. Conceptually speaking. The identification of something being unwanted could simply be the result of something else being more important at that current moment. which inclines conscious and unconscious intention to be in disagreement with each other. subsequent to a relaxation procedure in which preceded the ESP task. psi-missing. chance-level scoring is 77 . Additional studies have reported a psi-missing tendency in regards to targets that were potentially anxiety-arousing. It is also viewed that it is a generally adaptive strategy as a means to minimize the probability of experiencing something unwanted. in regards to psi-missing. the conscious intention to correctly ‚know‛ a target is obverse to the unconscious desire to avoid the ta rget. and in this battle for intention. In alternative cases. or it may reflect an apprehension to something that could be potentially dangerous. unconscious intention succeeds conscious intention. However. However. a similar effect has been identified. as an expression of a preconscious orientation away from potential events. is viewed as much of an active event as psi-hitting.
as the ESP information is deemed non-relative. and as such is assumed why chance-level scores are produced along with some consistency in an ESP test. and a concentrated mind is desirable. which negate the need for ‚more inform ation. the extrasensorial engagement is assumed ‚tightly bound‛ by our cognitive functions.g. If ambiguity persists [e. cognitive task is necessitated. an image does not come entirely into focus]. rapid tendential switching occurs when a subject is attempting to ‚get‛ extr asensorial content. This occurs rapid enough as to not allow the distraction of an allusion towards or away from such experiences. Because of this. In other words. rational analysis. then we continue to strive for some level of comprehension by consulting the allusions in which 78 . Confusion. and typically prevent access to any type of content that may evoke some sense of ‚psychic cognizance‛ as well as awar eness to expressions of subliminal stimulation. these mental conditions are necessary for analysis and judgment. Conscious Work vs. where by eliminating any extrasensory observable effect.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach viewed equally an expression of psi functioning as that resulting from extreme deviation from chance expectation. While on the average day-to-day basis cognitive work. Psi-conducive States .Uncertainty. which is guided by preconscious processes. Extrasensory Performance When a rational. attempting conscious work during an ESP test is considered self-defeating. In these moments.‛ In other words. or Disorientation When our experience cannot be firmly interpreted or understood. These moments involve cognitive closure and relative certainty. the mind protects its focus unconsciously via switching directional tendencies as a means to avoid unwanted potential experiences. our minds consult allusions directed towards the possible meaning. attention to extrasensory preconscious information is typically suspended. at such times.
and cognitive uncertainty.‛ coupled by unknown material. have reported subsequent brain and or nervous system damage in which they often attribute to an initiation or heightening of psychical experiences. our minds ‚reach out‛ in attempts to gather more information as a means to know. several famous selfproclaimed psychics in which have participated in controlled laboratory studies. In these moments. realization gone array. we preconsciously maintain a directional propensity in respects to the initial meaning as a means to generate assisting allusions in the direction towards a desired level of comprehension. During such periods. and in these psychical instances we experience this same ‚ah. such individuals can experience prolonged periods of disorientation at which adults may behave and think in the manner of a young and confused child. In cases involving the dissociative states of highly dissociative individuals. which is the mindset common in meditation. there has also been observations of apparent correct ESP amidst the muddle. it is assumed possible for a well-functioning individual to implement intentionally a mental set of suspended cognitive closure or free-floating attention. In cases of individuals with Schizophrenia. hah!‛ factor. such is the case of a mental healthy individual.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception are being generated as possible guides to meaning. However. confusion. When we narrow our focus and close in on an understanding. Brain damage has also been linked to periods of extended disorientation. observations have been made of what appears to be prominent instances of accurate ESP. we experience the ‚ah. when our minds are incapable of coming to an understanding. Lastly. Relative reports of strong psi-hitting have included individuals suffering from brain concussions. With a strong desire to ‚know. while ideas are typically highly dramatized by fiction. hah!‛ factor. Interestingly enough. I assume this factor is brought about and experienced similarly to understandings of which are brought about due to psi-received information. such a mindset is the approach recommended by highly successful ESP per- 79 . In other words. predominantly in those whose adaptation to such an injury appeared to feature passive acceptance.
Such an intentional pattern is assumed to originate at an early age. or a volition that one intends to carry out.‛ or the individuals have managed to somehow develop more interest and skill in regards to introspective examination. and such a topic has raised a great deal of interest. and cannot fully account for psychical phenomena in any particular case. This raises the question as to if psychical ability is hereditary. the ability appears to have been privy to important adults. may cases suggest that those who are highly psychically gifted typically report a family tradition of close relatives of which claim an array psychical experiences. are typically expected to possess a general intention to acquire information. a few features are probable to be present. the deliberate adoption of honored practices and inward disciplines such as meditation appears to be highly psi conducive. and should be consistent over time.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach formers [based on their introspections]. However. or have influenced over information. 80 . although not necessarily expected. This intention should be expected to be relatively congruent at both the conscious and unconscious level. Individuals in which appear prone to psychic experiences and possess some degree of control over their production.‛ It is assumed that individuals who are ‚psychic. These features include the following: Intention Intention is briefly defined as the act of intending. Psychical Predisposition The distinguishability between one individual and another is a topic that cannot be addressed here in its entirety. in that such a mindset appears to allow relatively consistent access to images and feelings ‚that ina dvertently express connotations of non-sensory material. In other words. Per my research. In some cases. are more prone to intentions and states of mind in which facilitate the production of such marginal material. In addition. in regards to relative ESP models.
However. the onset of the psychical ability appears to have relieved particular problems for the ‚psychic‛ involved in a difficult early env ironment.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception there appears to be at least some truth in this.g. Individuals who are characteristically extroverts. many of these cases also include family environments of which the subjects of psychical experiences were a family interest. outgoing. whereby psychical ability is seen in its true form. In similar cases. scoring at or below chance.‛ the individual may find that psychical experience and influence provides ‚compensatory freedom. On the other hand. and occasionally mildly extroverted. per my research. limitations of illness suggest psychological or physiological. and fearful are typically expected to possess a preconscious attitude of avoidance toward many possible experiences.‛ Such is certainly true per my own r esearch efforts. as a mechanism for survival. individuals who typically courageously seek out new experiences and meet life in a positive manner and mindset are expected to be more positively responsive at the preconscious level to extrasensory information. and relatively free from anxiety. and therefore are ‚frustratingly unadventurous. avoidant. individuals who are occasionally mildly introverted. typically have high ESP scores. individuals who are characteristically timid. societal limitations can be indicative of a severe lack of extroversive characteristics. However. also typically score well. Similarly. Extraversion Extraversion is briefly defined as an extroverted disposition. In regards to individuals who find themselves largely limited. or concern with what is outside the self. but only in regards to particular types of phenomena [e. and/or unstable psychical experience. 81 . whereby concepts pertaining to psychical experience were typically known at a young age. by either illness or societal limitations. that are adventurous. telepathic simulation]. which can lead to mild ESP scoring. which can lead towards unstable psychical experience. Conversely. In addition. instability. or both.
if you are wondering where to find some of the most skilled ‚psychics‛ of our time. Innovation is briefly defined as the creation of something as a result of study. In regards to individuals with high scores in ESP testing. or simply the act of introducing something new. Conversely. those in which appear to possess an atypical skill in producing information extrasensorially. In other words. and are relatively consistent over time. Closure delays allow an individual to consult unintentional material such as inner imagery. Creative individuals are characterized by an ability to maintain a situation of abundant uncertainty. and an ability to avoid the premature closure of experience 82 .Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Motivation Motivation is briefly defined as the psychological feature in which arouses an individual to action towards a desired goal. Creativity and Innovation Creativity is briefly defined as the ability to create new things.‛ Cognitive closure serves to ‚bridge‛ or ‚bind‛ preconscious apprehensions and renders them firmly external to awareness. It involves a high general level of effectiveness. individuals with self-defeating tendencies are understood to have unconscious motivations to fail in spite of a seemingly sincere conscious desire to be successful. it is expected that they are creative and have a capacity for cognitive closure. Motivation is what provides purpose and direction to behavior. Highly psychical individuals. look at those who are the most successful at life. or a relative deficiency of general selfdefeating tendencies. Individuals of who are typically effective are assumed to possess motivations to succeed of which are consistent at multiple levels of awareness. a need for problem solving. are expected to display a general tendency to be successful across all situations in life. and novel impulses. all of which may convey the influence of ESP apprehension. Cognitive closure can be understood as ‚a condition in which one knows clearly the content of one’s own experience. stray associations. experimentation.
dreams.‛ Individuals of who practice inward disciplines. Similarly. are typically expected to possess such experiential skills. effectively psychical individuals should be expected to be relatively creative. These skills may be the result of attending to marginal experience. Such capacities can be identified via the phenomenological approach to extrasensory experiences. innovative. Experiential Skills Experiential skills are skills acquired due to experience.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception while the new. to overcome previous limitations. and reorganize one’s situations and life. questioning it patiently yet dedicatedly. to utilize their creativity successfully. but may possess a generalized capacity for dissociation and absorption. and particular to the individuals psychical capacities [intuition. or creative idea or object is formed. typically. The cultivation of these skills is expected in regards to highly psychical individuals. Through years of analyzing case studies of ESP. Such extrasensory experiential skills are assumed various. or features of phenomena as they are experienced by an individual. hallucination. and tempor- 83 . etc]. or prayer. In other words. trends and characteristic of the various categories of parapsychological experiences were found. Phenomenology of Extrasensory Experiences The phenomenological approach to [the study of] extrasensory perception developed slowly throughout many years of traditionally collecting case reports largely compiled for other purposes. such as meditation. or those who have developed heightened insight into their dreams may also possess these skills. and understanding the nature or structure of their own ‚preconscious associative network. to expand. individuals who have learned to generate creative works of science or art. Several categories were defined involving modeling features such as clairvoyance and telepathy. These findings resulted in providing a direct access to the phenomenology of parapsychological experiences.
If an individual [a] becomes aware of the mental state of individual [b] after observing individuals *a+’s physical state. 84 . it is difficult to determine telepathy cases from clairvoyant cases.e. clairvoyance involves a causal sequence propagating from Nature. While the distinction of telepathy from clairvoyance is widely held. the objective of clairvoyant cognition is assumed to involve a physical state of affairs. and retrocognitive [postcognition/retrocognition] experiences. In contrast. brains]. However. telepathy involves a causal sequence between two minds [i. telepathy could be deemed a form of clairvoyance in that mental states are a physical state of affair. hallucination. In light of this distinction. which intercommunicates such physical states of affairs to a mind. In addition. while clairvoyance involves a causal sequence propagating from some physical state of affairs to a mind. when in regards to telepathy. every extrasensory case report can be categorized as an intuitive impression. Because of these assumptions.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach al features such as precognitive [precognition]. In accordance with my view. The objective of telepathic cognition is assumed to involve a person’s thoughts or mental states. individual [a] would only be aware of individual *b+’s mental state void of observing individual *b+’s physical state. clairvoyance is defined as phenomenologically indirect. this would of course be defined as clairvoyance. contemporaneous [remote viewing]. several categories were defined involving the form of the extrasensory experience. Telepathy vs. in which is always aware of the physical state of affairs. Clairvoyance The terms telepathy and clairvoyance are often contrasted. while telepathy is defined as phenomenologically direct. Broadly speaking. This distinction between telepathy and clairvoyance is taken to be a distinction between two forms of cognition. or dream [realistic or unrealistic]. However.
This makes it harder to determine if the receiver was aware of the target via mental interaction. To counteract these perplexities. Spontaneous cases of extrasensory perception are typically categorized into three primary categories. researches have had to avoid recording the target objects or the scoring [results] of experiments.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception General Extrasensory Perception While the distinction between telepathy and clairvoyance seems clear-cut descriptively. as the knowledge of the target could be the result of the precognitive knowledge of the order of the cards or precognitive or postcognitive knowledge of the image to be drawn. and an indication of mental interaction. attempts towards clairvoyant or telepathically exclusive experiments have shown an almost complete lacking of success. such a method is typically not acceptable to those who prefer to test under strict controls. or was drawn. which may be indicative of clairvoyance [i. In addition. clairvoyance].e.e. postcognition appears to be more common than remote viewing and precognition. in which possess a variety of manifestations including clairvoyance and telepathy. avoid recording and a postcognitive view becomes ineffective]. Such perplexities have prevented the design of pure telepathy experiments in the past. or remotely viewing the target indirectly [i. An example of the presence of GESP in experimental studies is that of ESP tests involving one individual concentrating on a target [a drawing or card] while another individual at a distance would attempt to reproduce or identify the target. similar results were obtained void of an individual focusing on a target. dreams form between one-third and two-thirds of all spontaneous cas- 85 . while exact proportions tend to differentiate between major collections. While these types of experiments tend to yield impressive results. This lack of success has maintained that there may be a generalized form of psi phenomena. In regards to case reports. Experiments in which implement this method tend to produce less impressive results. This generalized form of psi is called General Extrasensory Perception or GESP. Difficulty in the determination of which form was involved continues.
The sources of the memories stimulated by ESP stimuli in regards to dreaming are unclear. During either of these types of dreams. as in symbolic form. Realistic dreams Unrealistic dreams [or symbolic dreams] Realistic dreams are defined as dreams that are not necessarily completely literal in context. but continuing research has lead to the view that dreams are not the result of ‚random brain activ ity. Such is a fundamental feature in psychoanalytic theory and is a long-familiar factor in of creativity and problem solving. but information does not include the quality of being conveyed in a disguised form. followed by intuitive-based cases and waking hallucinations. The dream state appears particularly accommodating to facilitate the arrangement and combining of memorial imagery into new patterns and episodes. The dream state has been considered an ‚ideal workspace‛ thr ough which to receive any information pertinent to consciousness via the influence and assimilation of memorial images required to perceive such information. memory and emotion appear to underlie ESP processes. Important elements within the spectrum may appear realistic. 86 . but here the imagery is more dramatized by fantasy. 2.‛ Rather. particularly when emotionally stimulating content is involved. realistic dreams are more detailed in content than that of intuitive or hallucinatory experiences. Realistic and Unrealistic Dreams Early on in parapsychological history. Unrealistic dreams are similar to realistic dream experiences. dreaming appears to be a form of significant memory processing including the consolidation and strengthening of memories.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach es. but the scene or scenarios surrounding the elements appear disguised. The dream state has long been viewed as a highly psi productive state in regards to both receiving and assimilating ESP-based information. Typically. extrasensory-based dreams were categorized into two primary categories: 1.
during REM sleep. Support includes the finding that during REM sleep. nor any conscious processes of linear coherent thought leading to the 87 . With intuitive experiences. especially sleep in general. the dreams produced often appear to lack emotional content. suggesting that sleep may have a strong impact on ESP processing due to a reduce quality of memory processing. What this suggests is that structured episodic memories are void of involvement. Intuitive impressions cover any extrasensory experience in which comprises of a general unreasoned impression or hunch.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception Dreaming. There is also developing evidentiary support suggesting that the emotional system plays and integral role in ESP processes. as such ‚may provide a suitable canvas upon which the memory images needed to convey anomalous information can be printed. there is no visual imagery. while emotions appear to act as a primary feature in the selection of memories to be included in to dreams. while the visual association area and associated paralimbic projections function in a sort of ‚close loop‛ and appear to dissociate from external sensorial input. assumed requirements or ESP-based information assimilation. However. appears to form a bidirectional relationship with memory. In addition. the central nucleus of the amygdala and limbic forebrain structures become activated whereby making substantial contributions to input from the emotional system. It has been assumed that the conditions in which occur during the dream state may be conducive to creative and problem-solving activity.‛ Intuitive Impressions The second largest category of ESP experience in regards to spontaneous ESP in most collections is that of intuitive impressions. the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex is deactivated and the hippocampal formation processes minimal output. or auditory information in accompaniment. Unknown and unpredictable actions appear involved in the traces of episodic memory in this case. Reports involving short spans of time with multiple spontaneous cases typically reveal heightened stress in the experients where reduced sleep quality is assumed.
The informational feature is typically abstract and minimal with the experient sensing little else than a strong. or those close [emotional and spatial association] to the experient. including behavioral actions. that upon subsequent investigation was supported to some extent. Cases in which experients describe the impression as a ‚warning‛ may involve that of a clairvoyant impre ssion more so rather than a telepathic impression. as reports also include moments in which an experient will describe a sudden ‚bad feeling‛ with no impression to its relation. associated objects or events. and other contextual information]. As aforementioned. which subsequently prove to be highly beneficial to survival of the self. and other concept-based information that presents itself more as a feeling. Conceptual information is considered the sum of all information involved regarding a target or event. Intuitive impressions can also consist of generalized information and concepts. impression. is today commonly referred to as empathy. Experients typically tend to amass enough information to derive the identity of the individual whom. or events. However. The experient reports suddenly ‚just knowing‛ somethi ng. Contextual information on the other hand refers to events [times. or intuitive telepathy. the impression relates.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach impression. but perhaps Nature itself. or conceptual information. where the source of the impression is not an individual. Intu itive impressions *involving only emotions+ where an experient ‚feels‛ the emotions of another individual. or the situation of which. typically describing a vague impression. In other words. Intuitive impressions alone can and have resulted in numerous considerable changes in action. While 88 . it is abstract information received by an experient that can apply to a wide variety of experiential or non-experiential targets and events in which can delineate categorical and functional relationships between objects or events. conceptual information pertains to meanings. places. this is not always the case. Conceptual information is best defined as generalized information that does not involve a specific target [including individuals]. understandings. or idea when received by the experient. unexpected emotion.
Such is an unconscious process of basic attention.g. etc. and are perceived in a conscious and awake state. gustatory [taste]. 89 . as the solution appears to have simply ‚popped‛ into mind. Hallucinations in regards to visual sensations can involve images in forms such as static images [e. whereas other images are drawn from the memory. memorial images will dominate experience. Hallucinations in which only occur visually are termed psipathic in relation to psipathy. olfaction [smell]. photographs] or dynamic images [e. ‚plays a major role in generating the particular images that play across consciousness and in determining which images receive the focus of attention. intuitive impressions do not appear to involve memorial processes or imagery. In regards to audio hallucinations. thermoception [temperature]. Hallucinations are reported as being vivid.g.g.‛ These unconscious processes can lead to sudden conclusions or decisions. substantial. working in unison with the prefrontal regions of the brain. auditory [hearing]. but while such revelations feel like intuition. During time spans including little sensory input. videos]. information is conveyed in the form of a sensory hallucination. Many of these images are the result of sensorial input. chronoception [time]. but a subtle interplay of learned emotional experience and memory are the result of intuitive impressions. hallucinations can involve general sounds [e. Hallucinations can occur in any sensory modality including visual [sight]. Holding one image in mind does so typically to the exclusion of other images. equilibrioception [balance]. and such processes are unperceivable and void of conscious awareness. To attempt to understand what constitutes intuition. they are the direct result of memorial and emotional processes.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception at first glance. Such images are stored in the primary memory [working memory] from a fraction of a second. to several seconds only. Hallucinations In hallucinatory extrasensory experiences. tactile [pressure/touch]. It has been assumed that the emotional system. one must first accept that in every moment the contents of consciousness exclusively involve images.
90 . Hallucinatory cases often convey useful information. hallucinatory psi-based information. and possibly Nature. or an experient in general. internal representations of the world held in the long-term memory. The information is constructed and reconstructed as an evolving process. Historical contextual information is a representation of general or specific events and facts. relating to the objects or persons involved in or around the event]. places. rattling. which are forms of backpropagation or other networks that enable the brain. animals are also common. present or future] events [e.‛ association. describing the experience of the event]. and therefore comprehend. Contextual information is stored in autoassociative networks. These forms include ‚fill in the blank. and recalls information. Hallucinations involve images drawn from. but also somewhat trivial hallucinations are also reported. In other words. words. critical information regarding major events].g. Hallucinations often involve living persons. Contextual information refers to information pertaining to historical [past.] or spoken language [e. etc.g. when an event first took place]. general events [e. Types of contextual information include specific events [e. Information received by an experient of extrasensory perception is that of contextual information rather than conceptual information. In regards to hallucinations.g. Therefore. times. whole sentences. autoassociation networks can recreate the whole of an event from merely requesting parts of the event. or constructed from. the more one will be likely to full construct. the more one has experienced.g.g. either from an individual’s mind or from Nature itself. or unwelcoming news. to retrieve entire bytes or packages of information from only requesting a tiny bit of relative information. object facts [e. thumping.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach knocking.g. and refers to the history of an individual’s exp eriences or Natures experiences as a whole. or the deceased. stores. whereby previous experience affects how the brain or Nature organizes. associated objects or events. and other contextual information] that can be retrieved implicitly or explicitly.]. Stored contextual information is constructive. and flash information [e. etc. often pertaining to warnings.
This is due to the brain and Nature requiring the removal of outdated time sensitive information from select areas to increase its efficiency to obtain and process new information. contextual information will address what an object looks like while all contextual information regarding the object will reference this single conceptual representation of the object. Contextual information differs from conceptual information as contextual information is saved as instances only saved once. Information stored in regards to new procedural processes. drawing upon its role in executive function.g. and all new exposures or experiences regarding the object will modify the single conceptual representation of the object. results in different experient information search parameters for information regarding event and process. but as time passes. probabilistic. 91 . Contextual information can be described as a mapping system in which ties together conceptual information. the brain or Nature would be unable to form new procedural processes. For example. The brain and Nature [assumed] organizes all information in an organized manner for more efficient storage. real-time or historical]. and is moved from one area of the brain or Nature to the other based on how long the system is aware of the information or what type of information it has obtained [e. This information is stored in several different ways. All information is eventually consolidated as historical information. including future potentials. Without the utilization of these structures. The brain and Nature learns new contextual information in an organized fashion associating recognition and recollection [recognition of an object and recollection of the contexts relative to the object such as position or location]. the brain and Nature retain the separation of these types of information and do not consolidate either type into the other. while conceptual information is updated per each exposure. without storing relative events during which the brain or Nature learned these processes. Contextual information informs conceptual information and contextual information is reliant upon conceptual information.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception The formation of new contextual information in the brain and Nature [assumed] requires the utilization of several information structures.
while adults tend to access the two types equally.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Experients of extrasensory perception of a younger age bracket tend to access conceptual information more so than contextual information. While research shows experients primarily receptive to conceptual information appear to obtain and comprehend conceptual information regardless of awake or trance levels. experients primarily receptive to contextual information appear to obtain less information as trance levels increase. 92 . Experients in higher trance states tend to receive only conceptual information void of any contextual information.
T/F 11. T/F 8.QUESTIONS 1. T/F 93 . A sensory modality is a type of physical phenomenon that can be sensed. T/F 9. T/F 7. the rate of biophoton emissions increases as a means to return the individual back to energy equilibrium. T/F 6. the extrasensory information will result in being combined additively to sensory information. T/F 2. T/F 3. and medical fields as research has shown that large amounts of light can cause a medical condition. However. T/F 10. biophotons perform various functions. A sensory system is a component of the nervous system responsible for processing sensory information. T/F 5. Sensation is defined as a higher brain function regarding the interpretation of events and objects in environs. research has also found that the same frequency that caused the condition can also be used when highly diluted to treat that same condition. The weak biophoton emission produced by the human body is due to a supernormal human response that is considered in part to be by-product of cellular metabolism. Light is produced by human cells in which forms a major component of our bodies. In states of heightened stress. Biophotons are well known as capable of activating physiological processes. Extrasensory perception appears not to be the result of any known sensory organ. In regards to the mechanism of rapid directional switching. T/F 4. Biophoton emissions appear to be the dynamic mechanism through which human beings communicate with other living systems. and at various frequencies. Light therapies have been around for quite some time in the alternative.
and negotiate with our environment as though the individual is a part of the environment.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 12. outgoing. or have influenced over information. T/F 18. Conscious awareness is assumed the part of all human beings through which we construct an understanding of our environment. they also appear to succeed in removing ESP targets remotely from their experience. If an individual finds an ESP test insignificant and pointless. The hallucination state has been considered an ‚ideal wor kspace‛ through which to receive any information pertinent to consciousness via the influence and assimilation of memorial images required to perceive such information. and relatively free from anxiety. While the distinction between telepathy and clairvoyance seems clear-cut descriptively. T/F 16. Individuals who are characteristically extroverts. Hallucinations 94 . as they peruse their individual thoughts and visions. that are adventurous. T/F 15. T/F 13. typically have low ESP scores. T/F 17. attempts towards clairvoyant or telepathically exclusive experiments have shown an almost complete lacking of success. T/F 19. Individuals in which appear prone to psychic experiences and possess some degree of control over their production. Which of the following is not a category of extrasensory-based dreams? a. T/F 14. T/F 21. In parapsychology. it is well known that anxious individuals typically psi-miss more so than non-anxious individuals. T/F 20. The deliberate adoption of honored practices and inward disciplines such as meditation is self-defeating and not psi conducive. Unrealistic b. Attempting conscious work during an ESP test is considered self-defeating. are typically expected to possess a general intention to acquire information.
Experients in higher trance states tend to receive only conceptual information void of any contextual information. 23. T/F Intuitive impressions [involving only emotions] where an experient ‚feels‛ the emotions of another individual. the more one has experienced. T/F Intuitive impressions are reported as being vivid. and therefore comprehend. or auditory information in accompaniment. substantial. T/F Holding one image in mind does so typically to the exclusion of other images. especially sleep in general. is today commonly referred to as empathy. T/F 30. and are perceived in a conscious and awake state. 26. the more one will be likely to full construct. T/F Hallucinations involve images drawn from. or constructed from. Therefore. T/F With intuitive experiences. appears to form a bidirectional relationship with memory. or intuitive telepathy.Chapter 3: Models of Extrasensory Perception c. T/F 22. nor any conscious processes of linear coherent thought leading to the impression. 27. 28. 95 . Symbolic Dreaming. hallucinatory psi-based information. 25. T/F Experients of extrasensory perception of a younger age bracket tend to access conceptual information more so than contextual information. there is no visual imagery. Realistic d. T/F Contextual information refers to information pertaining to historical events that can be retrieved implicitly or explicitly. internal representations of the world held in the longterm memory. 24. 29. either from an individual’s mind or from Nature itself.
Experients of telepathic phenomena express influence in regards to the creation. and deletion of single and multiple information packages. Including mental forms and processes such as the nervous system in which processes and transmits information by electrochemical signaling. When such experiences occur. In other words. it is as though the sender is 96 . I postulate that thought. These cases are characteristic of a distressed individual ‚calling‛ a loved one.‛ which is required to submit a si ngle thought to examination. Characteristically. In addition. and remember. Telepathic Association Early studies of telepathic experiences focused on call cases. The motion of implied mass therefore suggests psychokinesis as the possible mechanism of telepathic influence.4 MODELS OF TELEPATHY I Association and Phenomenology Telepathy is the psychical influence of thought via experient influence over the biological basis of consciousness and the mental process by which we perceive. learn. the sender of the call is rarely thinking of the receiver. act. people are dynamic information-processing systems whose mental operations can limitedly be described in computational terms as the mind has demonstrated its capacity to store and process visual. modification. despite the current incapability of brining a thought ‚to rest. auditory. does have measureable mass as thought is capable of moving in waves in which implies mass. transference. and basic arbitrary packets of information. Call cases are an instructive form of hallucinatory extrasensory experience.
such definitions were at the time consi- 97 . Some support for this speculation emerged in later studies.‛ Telepathic interaction on the other was defined as ‚the supernormal causal influence of one embodied mind on another. a call was made to distinguish ‚tel epathic cognition‛ from ‚telepathic interaction. This suggests that a call may simply be a generalize call for assistance at-a-distance to those in which the sender shares a strong association of some kind. telepathic experience is assumed to be purposefully orientated rather than stochastic [random]. family]. Later speculations derived that the sender of the call may not be sending a message. ‚feeling at a distance. the sender had no conceivable reason to communicate to the recipient. suggesting at least a bimodal nature of telepathy. telepathy literally means. In the mid 50’s. Recipiency may still be correlated to strong emotional association. This is similar to how associative networks work in the brain [a Hebbian process].‛ For many years.g. similar DNA.‛ However. or could be related to the paranormal belief [receptivity to psi] of the recipient where those who believe in psi are more likely to assimilate the information into conscious awareness. Initially.‛ It was assumed that the latter might occur with or without the former. telepathic cognition was defined as ‚the knowledge of another person’s thoughts or mental states gained independently of the five senses. other candidates for correlation may be physical association [e. Such views have inspired little attention by the parapsychological community in regards to research to date. not information. but rather is speculated to be an ‚active‛ member of an association where the sender is seeking out information on those of whom the sender is emotionally close to. In any case. The Phenomenology of Telepathy Beginning with terminology. this term has remained defined in this a mbiguous manner. However. but it is assumed that the sender is requesting assistance. as in many cases involving experients of telepathic phenomena.Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I making a generalized call for aide without specifying the recipiency.
‛ The term supernormal suggests that telepathic processes are not based on normal preconscious processes. today’s researchers suggest that all psi processes are most likely the result of normal preconscious processes.‛ However. This form of telepathy has been termed ‚ostensible telepathic content-simulation.‛ Telepathic Cognition Telepathic cognition is defined as ‚the phenomenologically direct knowledge of another person’s thoughts or mental states. As it seems. While telepathy was and continues to be defined as a form of extrasensory perception.‛ The physical nature of telepathy is an important and ongoing issue in psi research and consciousness studies. this supposition has been conclusive repeatedly.‛ This especially applies to the seemingly fourth mode of telepathy termed ‚precognitive telepathy. as there has been evidence of a third form of telepathy.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach dered unsatisfactory. more sui table definitions of telepathic cognition and interaction were required.e. However. the definitions of ‚supernormal‛ and ‚mind. This third form of telepathy suggests that an individual’s mental state can be causally effective in producing a similar or identical mental state in another individual.‛ Conversely. rather than telepathy. Per my research. While the existence of telepathy has 98 . While one can presumably discuss the ‚mind‛ void of philosophical analysis. clairvoyance in regards to knowing another individuals mental state was defined as ‚the phenomenologically indirect knowledge of another person’s thoughts or mental states. at least in regards to semantics i. this form of ‚telepathy‛ has been found to lean more in the direction of a form of clairvoyance.‛ In following years. this definition is even less sufficient. Also redefined was telepathic interaction as ‚the causal influence of one mind on another without the intervention of the five senses. telepathic cognition was redefined as ‚the phenomenologically direct knowledge of another person’s thoughts or mental states. even definitions of telepathic cognition and telepathic interaction may not be enough.
However. research in the coming years may find this ‚special condition‛ localized in the DNA. The second phase is characterized by the sustainment of the entangled state of the two brains. there is no evidence to support that long-term or possibly permanent entanglement is a result of special conditions in the brain. However. the quantum states of the brains of the subjects are entangled via either spatial proximity or some form of interaction or association. These three phases can be explained in the following example: In an experiment involving entangled subject [a] and subject [b]. as they have yet to develop a Theory of Psi. at-a-distance. will perceive the change. However. both subjects [a] and [b] will display a distinct dis- 99 . On the other hand. current modeling suggest three phases. in regards to phases of telepathy. In this phase. current parapsychological research suggests that the entanglement may be located in the emotional system or long-term memory. Such modeling continues by assuming that when information is in an entangled state [superposition] no definite perception in relation to the state yet exists. researchers have yet to provide a scientific explanation for telepathic phenomena. When the entangled state between subject [a] and [b] is collapsed by the stimulation. when the superposition state collapses into a defined state. The third phase is characterized by the collapsing of the entangled state between the two brains. However. subject [a] is stimulated with flashes of light or a visual pattern. if this prolonged form of entanglement is located in the brain.Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I been proven via many strict experiments over the course of many years. During this phase. it is assumed that the formed entangled state of the two brains may hold for an extended period of time in a region of the brain under special conditions. It is when the entangled state of the two brains is collapsed by the measurement of one of the brains that the brain states of both individuals synchronize to be definite states from an entangled state. At this time. the other individual. a definite perception in relation to the collapse appears. The first phase is characterized by the formation of a quantum entanglement state of one human brain with another human brain. It is at this time that the assumed telepathic effect becomes perceptible.
In the case of the latter. one or several individuals may be evoked into participation. the telepathist will become aware of the other individuals mental state or states. Experients of intentional telepathic phenomena are telepathists whom select or specify another individual from whom they wish to extract information. but the thought did not develop from a chain of prior thoughts belonging to the telepathist. The type of telepathist described above could be defined as an experient of spontaneous telepathic phenomena. but should be able to clearly identify that the thought did not originate in their own mind. Here the information is received and perceived by the telepathist. 100 . the process is assumed entirely evoked by the receiver. the thought appears to ‚pop up. In cases of telepathic cognition.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach tribution of the brains electrical activities or perhaps feel that their interaction has been successful. In other words. Tense Information In regards to telepathy in the case of either spontaneous or intentional telepathic cognition. Instead. or simply identified as not originating from the telepathist.‛ to ‚by what‛ type of information the telepat hists needs. Instead. the ‚recei ver‛ is the telepathist *an individual with telepathic ability capable of evoking telepathic processes].e. in that the information appears to ‚pop into mind‛ rather than being intentionally requested. in regards to telepathic cognition. However. information received can be described in tense.‚ but is immediately associated with a specific individual other than the telepathist. Here. one individual is retrieving information from another. this type of telepathist can also generalize their search from ‚by whom. The person from whom the thoughts originate does not play and intentional part in the information teleportation processes. i. one individual is able to ‚pick up on‛ the thoughts of another individual.
These include. ‚He does not have his jacket. ‚He has listened to you for five minutes now. Rather.  Past perfect. ‚He is happy today. indicative of present tense and mood]. the other individual is currently thinking about the past.  Present perfect progressive.‛. In other words. ‚He was at the bakery all day. ‚He had been waiting for several hours. the information the telepathist is experiencing is exclusively the current thought of the other individual and is in relation only to the present. ‚He has a key in his left pocket.  Present perfect.  Past progressive. the telepathist is experiencing a thought that is currently being thought by the other individual that is in relation to the past. present tense with retrospective aspect].‛ *i. events or actions that have begun at some point in the past and continue through the present]. There are two primary types:  Indicative. ‚He has been to the market today. the other individual is currently thinking about the present.‛. ‚After he had visited his mother.‛ *i.In regards to information pertaining to present tense information.‛. the telepathist is 101 . the information is not retrocognitive [postcognitive] in that the telepathists is not experiencing a thought that has been thought earlier in time.‛. In addition.  and Subjunctive.‛. which is called chronesthesia [the mental ability to be aware of one's past or future].e.‛ Present Tense Information .In regards to information received pertaining to future tense information.In regards to information telepathically received pertaining to past tense information.e.  Present progressive or present continuous.e. ‚He is reading a book.  and Past perfect progressive.  and Present perfect progressive.  Present perfect.‛. the information is not precognitive. ‚He is happy. ‚He loves his cat.Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I Past Tense Information .e. There are five types of past tense information. Future Tense Information . In other words. Rather. he returned home.‛ *i.‛ [i. in that the telepathists is not experiencing a thought that has yet to be thought or is to be thought at a future time. indicative of present mood]. there are four subtypes:  Emphatic present.
‚He may go. via the means of processes that involve any of the five senses. Telepathic Interaction Many past research interests in this area were derived from the reality that we typically assume that an individual’s mental state cannot produce such a change in another individuals ‘mental state as evidence of telepathic interaction suggests.‛ Mechanistic Properties of “Knowing” As aforementioned. In other words.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach experiencing a thought that is currently being thought by the other individual that is in relation to the future. perhaps. the subconscious. ‚He should go.‛. need for information passes out of the brain of the telepathist. but psi phenomena are not based on any known sensory modality. the brain ‚searches‛ for feelings.‛ 102 . the other individual is currently thinking about possible future outcomes or probability. emotions. In regards to telepathic cognition. ‚He can go.‛. The information received is then mediated through the central nervous system of the telepathist. telepathic interaction must operate independently of sensory mechanisms meriting the redefinition of telepathic interaction as ‚the causal influence of one mind on another without the intervention of the five senses. through the central nervous system and at-a-distance retrieves information from another individual.‛. However.‛. the physical mediation for telepathic processes is currently unknown. If the state was changed.‛. the experiential phase of telepathy has been speculated. Some examples of future tense information include. Therefore. and up through the long-term memory. ‚He must go. to be perceived later by the telepathist via conscious or subconscious awareness. Once in the memory. and ‚He might go. or images associated with information as a means to describe the information. ‚He will go. or conscious and therefore subconscious.
In experiments involving hypnogenic telepathy. it appears that hypnogenic telepathic interaction is involved in a manner causing a mild hypnotic state in the individual [subject] via an agents command to do so.700 meters between the agent [telepathist] and the subject. as the two appear similar in that they both require one individual to produce a mental state in another individual similar to their own.Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I Hypnogenic Telepathic Interaction During the 20’s and 30’s.8 minutes [with an average error of give or take 0. I would classify this under the designation telepathic simulation. the term hypnogenic telepathic interaction does not appear isolated to one form of telepathy or another unless it is method specific. I would classify this under the designation telepathic interaction. numerous experiments were held typically designed for the purpose to reveal if the onset of natural sleep. In either case. These studies revealed that mental suggestion during periods of drowsiness in a subject reduced the average time for the onset of sleep from 17. Per my research.86 minutes] to an average of 6. with the greatest possible vividness. In experiments involving auto-hypnosis.54 minutes]. or auto-hypnosis. individuals who engage in telepathic interaction [agents] appear to do so in regards to commands. feelings usually experienced when falling asleep. However. the agent [telepathist] is typically asked to ‚reproduce. based on the agents subconscious need to have the individual [subject] feel a particular way. could be accelerated by means of telepathic interaction. a hypnotic state was induced in subjects by agents mentally suggesting such a state at distances of 25 to 7. and to associate these feelings with the image of the percipient [subject] while mentally conveying the command ‚go to sleep!‛ In regards to the method of the agent producing vivid feelings associated with sleep. Questions have been raised as to if hypnogenic telepathy should be classified as PK or as a form of telepathic simulation.7 minutes [with an average of give or take 1. In regards to the method of the agent commanding ‚go to sleep!‛. void of the agent having to produce mentally any feelings associated with a hypnotic state within 103 .
Such is why experiments involving telepathic interactions are typically conducted with the subject asleep in the state of REM [rapid eye movement. Reports involving successful telepathic interaction typically pertain to experiential conditions. For instance. hypnotic telepathic interaction appears to be the strongest form of telepathy and the most dangerous. Therefore. In other words. where the subject is either in a relaxed state. telepathic interaction appears to work more efficiently if the subjects mind is in a relaxed or fatigued state. Such encounters or associated thoughts appear to result in the same magnitude of emotion or need-to-act even years after the initial telepathic impression. dream state]. or associated feelings pertaining to the feeling evoked by the agent. or redirected [e. ‚stay away‛+. but rather occasionally result in the same strength of emotion or ‚need to act‛ anytime associated images of the agent. the telepathist is 104 . It is this method of telepathic interaction I call ‚hypnotic telepathic interaction‛ or ‚hypnotic telepathy‛ that appears to not only evoke strong emotions in the subject. How long the impression lasts appears possibly correlated to the strength of the ‚need‛ of the agent for the subject to be emotively evoked. fatigued. raising an assortment of moral and ethical questions as to how such an ability should be utilized in practical applications. In regards to the mental state of the telepathist.g. commands or evoked feelings] do not always fade away with time. Further studies on my part have lead to the conclusion that initial telepathic ‚impressions‛ *i. In some cases. in intentional telepathic interaction.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach him [the telepathist]. are mentally accessed. asleep. This may indicate the component of stress levels as the determinant of an impression’s duration to exist. the subject can simply think of the agent [in-mind] and the initial impression becomes once again active. when an agent evokes an amount of fear or the command to ‚stay away‛ to be associated with them [the agent] onto a subject. but also typically results in an action on the subjects behalf more often than the method associated with simply ‚commanding‛ an act.e. or intoxicated. the subject will continue to feel that same strength of fear or need to ‚stay away‛ every time they encounter the agent.
the telepathist is typically in a stressed state. but mild suggestion appears to last for much longer. if not readjusted by the telepathist. or in rare cases. but cannot seem to act conversely to the command despite great initiative. the subject may feel the need to ‚escape‛ from the telepathist [though distance does not appear to apply to telepathic interaction] or feel the need to ‚attack‛ the telepathist mentally. the tele- 105 .Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I typically in a relaxed state. information ‚commands‛ or ‚suggestions‛ received can be described in tense. This emotional strength can be increase or decrease with continued impression. The emotional strength of the impression. appears to reduce overtime. Reports suggest that the most common state of successful telepathic interaction is associated with a ‚need to control the actions of others. In other words. or associated with someone of whom the telepathist has a strong emotional connection. if the telepathist develops a stronger emotional association between him [the telepathist] and the subject between telepathic impressions of a similar nature. the stronger the frustration of the subject. the subject is at least partially aware that the ‚need to act‛ is not of his or her own volition. the stronger the emotions during the initial impression. while in regards to spontaneous telepathic interaction.‛ In some cases. the telepathist appears to impress false information on to the subject. Reports regarding spontaneous telepathic interaction typically include mild to severe frustration in regards to the subject. the emotional strength of the initial impression will be amplified.‛ The need is either associated with the telepathist. Cases of this nature do seem to result in abnormal behavior in the subject when the impression is assumed ‚active.In regards to information impressed onto a subject pertaining to past tense information. Past Tense Information . physically. In other words. Tense Information In regards to telepathic interaction. In other words. emotionally. It appears in severe cases.
e.‛ Present Tense Information . ‚You are happy. There are five types of past tense impressionistic information. ‚You have been to the market today.  Past perfect.  Past progressive.e. events or actions that have begun at some point in the past and continue through the present].  Present progressive or present continuous.‛.  and Past perfect progressive.In regards to impressed information.‛.  and Present perfect progressive.‛.‛ *i. Future Tense Information .e. ‚You are reading a book. the subject may be aware that the thought is suggestive or compulsive [i. There are two primary types:  Indicative. indicative of present mood]. ‚After you had visited your mother.‛. ‚You have listened to her for five minutes now.In regards to information impressed pertaining to future tense information. ‚You can go.‛. you returned home.‛ *i. caused by or suggestive of psychological compulsion] rather than impulsive [i. pertaining to present tense information. present tense with retrospective aspect].e. ‚You do not have his jacket.‛ *i. In addition. ‚You are happy today.‛.  and Subjunctive.e.‛. ‚You have been waiting for several hours. These include.‛.  Present perfect progressive. the information the telepathist is impressing is exclusively current and is in relation only to the present.  Present perfect. ‚You have a key in your left pocket. the information is a ‚command‛ or call-to-action. This call to action is typically associated with what the subject has done in the past or is currently doing presently that is not deemed acceptable or advantageous to the telepathist. ‚You may go. ‚You were at the bakery all day. but this is not necessarily always the case. there are four subtypes:  Emphatic present. ‚You will go. indicative of present tense and mood].‛. and ‚You 106 . ‚You should go. ‚You must go. In this case. Some examples of future tense impressed information include. ‚You love your cat.‛ *i.‛.e. proceeding from natural feeling or impulse without external stimulus].Telepathy: A Quantum Approach pathist appears to suggest or compel the subject into believing something that has never happened or believing that something happened differently than in actuality.  Present perfect.‛.
The information impressed is then mediated through the central nervous system of the subject. 107 . many different techniques are utilized for induction. results in the information to be impressed to pass out of the brain of the telepathist.‛ which involves direct eye contact between the telepathist and the subject.‛. The most common is ‚eye-fixation. In these cases of uninhibited action. Prolonged concentrated focus on the telepathist’s eyes typically results in induction. whereby not limiting the subject to actions. The stronger the telepathist’s skill. to purely suggestive compulsion ‚You might go. the subconscious. Per my research.Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I might go. However. emotions. In regards to telepathic interaction with a hypnotic aspect. desires. hypnotic telepathy] is assumed. the brain ‚searches‛ for feelings. through the central nervous system and at-a-distance the information is impressed on the subject. to be perceived later by the subject via conscious or subconscious awareness. that in these cases of uninhibited action. reports may suggest otherwise. or conscious and therefore subconscious. need to compel a subject into action. emotions. or behaviors that would otherwise be excluded under normal circumstances.e. and up through the long-term memory. while suggestive compulsion leaves room for discretion.‛ These examples expose a variety of levels of compulsion ranging from direct compulsion ‚You will go. the less time is required for induction. Once in the memory. direct co mpulsion appears to negate the freewill of the subject. reports typically state the subject was under the influence of alcohol or a mind-altering substance. or images associated with inform ation as a means to describe the information. an element of hypnosis [i. it would be assumed that the individual’s personal morals and ethical outlook would limit their actions. Mechanistic Properties of “Compelling” In regards to telepathic interaction. I have come across many reports suggesting the subject acted outside of their own moral or ethical standards. However. I should note.‛From a philosophical point of view. impulses. However.
the intensity of the stare can be overwhelming. or highly frustrating. or mind-altering substances. introducing verbal suggestions can intensify the effect. which coincidentally<. well defines experients of telepathic cognition [telepathic receivers]. which is the result of the impressionist focusing the mind on the subject upon a single dominate idea. exhilarating. in cases when the subject is not within hearing distance of the impressionist. it is typically a non-verbal feat. Telepathic Simulation Ostensible telepathic content-simulation or ‚telepathic simulation‛ has been defined as ‚a case in which an individual’s mental state appears to produce a similar mental state in someone else. it is assumed that about 80% of the human population possesses mild susceptibility. saying aloud ‚I need you to go away. as aforementioned.e. then ‚fantasizers‛ and ‚dissociaters‛ would be the most susceptible to telepathic impression. and 10% with low susceptibility. can be increased with relaxation. If relevant.‛ In other words. the subject and telepathist do not ‚know‛ the 108 . alcohol consumption. per my research<. the telepathist’s mental state produces a similar mental state in the subject. verbal suggestion appears more effective when including the need for the impression [i. 10% with high. the more skilled impressionist typically ‚wins. Effect strength appears correlated to impressionistic skill. However.‛ In regards to suggestion. Subject susceptibility. typically the subconscious is convinced as well. However. These percentages are based on hypnotic susceptibility scales and are only assumed relevant. As described by impressionists gazing into the eyes of another impressionist. In moments of concentrated focus between two impressionists attempting to induce the other. Via this type of telepathy. This verbal usage may fortify the need more strongly. as the consciousness is convinced of the need. In addition.‛+. This awareness does not stem from a ‚feeling‛ but rather an inexplicable reluctance to look into another i mpressionist’s eyes. fatigue.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Telepathic impressionists can typically tell when they are in the presence of another impressionist.
In other words. thus is why the terminology for this type of telepathy was later changed to the ‚ ostensible preconscious telepathic interaction.‛ However. or the telepathist can evoke the sharing process of the subject’s mental state to replace *his+ own mental state. but rather it appears that the mental states of the telepathist and subject instantaneously become qualitatively identical. the intention is telepathic simulation and the effect is the telepathic simulation of a mental state and telepathic interaction of a physiological response.‛ Experients *telepathist and subject+ typically exhibit physi ological responses associated with this form of telepathic stimuli. In the end. In other words. This type of telepathy also appears to be more non-invasive as the subject is typically is unaware that.g. This may suggest that there is an element of telepathic interaction. the physiological response is a result of content simulation or idea sharing. while the physiological response may be a form of telepathic interaction. a star for a star. rather than a star for a pinwheel or daisy]. However. However. In the case of this type of telepathy. as there is no empirical evidence to support this at this time.Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I mental state of the other participant. This could suggest that telepathically simulated mental states are more coherent then information conveyed via other types of telepathy and in a manner that appears to be less subjected to association. the experients are rarely ever aware of this interaction. The identicalness of the mental state is debatable. or does not ‚know‛ that. t he mental state is ‚not their own. mental states rather than more associative states [e. or nearly exact. the telepathist can share [his] own mental state with the subject. nor is the mental state ‚impressed. I believe the most efficient way to view telepathic content-simulation is as though the mental states have be shared via the exact transmission of the state from one participant to 109 . reports in regards to this form of telepathy suggest exact. the telepathist does not ‚know‛ telepathically what the mental state of the subject is.‛ as it appears to be less intrusive than impression. The skilled telepathist would however be able to identify that the simulated mental state originated from [him] if the telepathist knowingly shared the idea with a subject.
Because of the very physical nature of telepathic simulation [e. with the subject. Of course. direct state teleportation into the brain]. questions have been raised as to if telepathic simulation should be considered a complex form of PK. selfishness. possibly suggesting a lacking of a hypnotic element in regards to content-simulation. as an analog transmission of a signal in the absence of noise+. The most common way in which this type of telepathy is utilized is to provide comfort and or motivation. or anxiety-neutral mental condition.‛ This sense of security is shared with the subject leading the subject to bypass their natural inclinations.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach the other. I postulate that this ‚ absence of noise‛ may be the result of a reduction of required mediation propagation [i. state of being or sense. morality.e. In regards to motivational efforts. if the telepathist and subject find themselves in a situation in which only the telepathist feels comfortable or safe. ideal. A similar instance of this involves the sharing of the telepathist’s belief that an action is a ‚good idea. the telepathist can share [his] own behavioral state. whereby non-invasively sharing [his] sense of security and comfort with the subject. While comfort and security are a result of emotional behavior. and in rare cases. there typically is no evidence of uninhibited action. not involving central nervous system propagation. a goal. ESP in general has also raised this same question. while simulation can result in the subject deviating from a natural inclination to a ‚synthetic‛ inclination.g. but is distinctly non-emotional. Unlike impression. the self-control of the telepathist does not appear correlated with the subject’s self-control. In regards to comfort. state simulation and physiological response]. the telepathist is able to extrinsically share his driving force *not to be confused with ‚forcefully‛ driving one to act. avoiding morality. motivation is related to emotion. which is relative to impression] to achieve a goal with the subject. However.g. in that the self-control 110 . Similarities to telepathic simulation have been identified in the language of Information Theory [e. Motivational efforts typically include a desired object. but perhaps. The selfdetermination of the telepathist is directly correlated to their skill to motivate others. altruism.
Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I aspect of one is not shared with the other. The self-control of motivation is increasingly understood as a subset of emotional intelligence, and while emotion does appear to be involved in content simulation, it does not appear to penetrate the barrier of self-control like impression. Content simulation does not require a verbal element, but in some cases, the telepathist may need to implement natural verbal coercion. In this regards, the telepathist may need to add a convincing argument along with simulation including incentives, convincing the subject of their ‚shared‛ need, or increasing a sense of security in the subject via calming vocabulary and vocal tone. However, the skilled telepathist is more likely operate in a way that almost appears to be subliminal, in that the state is shared at the subconscious level of the subject only [i.e. does not reach conscious awareness+, which results in ‚seemingly‛ natural unconscious motives on the subjects behalf. Another aspect that appears exclusive to content simulation is that of networking. In this regard, the telepathist is not only able to interact with one individual, in which is typical of impressionists and semi-typical of cognitives, but rather network their ideas to many individuals at the same time. In other words, experients of telepathic simulation typically work with group mental state sharing just as effectively as single subject state sharing *i.e. the telepathist can get everyone ‚on the same page‛ at once].
In regards to telepathic simulation, ‚ideas‛ received can be d escribed in tense. Past Tense Information - In regards to simulated mental states pertaining to past tense information, the telepathist appears to share their own thoughts in regards to their past experiences, or evokes the sharing of the subjects past experiences of which are currently active. In other words, the telepathist is thinking about his or her own past, therefore the subject is now thinking about the telepathist’s past. Conversely, the subject is thinking about their own past and therefore the telepathist is
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach now thinking about the subject’s past. Here a new idea is being shared one way, but not impressed or necessarily ‚known.‛ This typical inability results in a participant becoming aware of an idea that was not presently ‚known,‛ but the participant is not alarmed that the idea is synthetic, as the information received is addressed in the brain of the subject in a very associative manner. There are five types of past tense simulated information. These include;  Past progressive; ‚We were having fun all day.‛,  Present perfect;‚We have to find the key to the car.‛,  Present perfect progressive; ‚We have been doing the right thing.‛,  Past perfect; ‚After we had visited your mother, we wanted to return home.‛,  and Past perfect progressive; ‚We have been waiting for several unpleasant hours.‛ Present Tense Information - In regards to simulated mental states pertaining to present tense information, the information the telepathist is sharing is exclusively current and is in relation only to the present. There are two primary types:  Indicative; ‚We are happy.‛ *i.e. indicative of present mood],  and Subjunctive; ‚We are happy today.‛ *i.e. indicative of present tense and mood]. In addition, there are four subtypes:  Emphatic present; ‚We do not like this place.‛,  Present progressive or present continuous; ‚We are enjoying reading this book.‛,  Present perfect; ‚We have listened to her for five minutes now, and are annoyed.‛ *i.e. present tense with retrospective aspect],  and Present perfect progressive; ‚We love my cat.‛ *i.e. events or actions that have begun at some point in the past and continue through the present]. Future Tense Information - In regards to simulated mental states pertaining to future tense information, the information is an idea, emotion, or motivation to act. This idea, emotion, or motivation is typically associated with what the telepathist or subject has done in the past or is currently doing presently that is not acceptable or advantageous to the telepathist. Some examples of future tense simulated mental states include; ‚We should go.‛, ‚We can go.‛, and ‚We might go.‛ These e xamples expose a limited variety of levels of simulation voiding direct
Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I compulsion ‚We will go.‛, which is exclusive of impression, yet allowing purely suggestive compulsion ‚We might go.‛From a philosophical point of view, suggestive compulsion appears to respect the freewill of the subject, which may be linked to why subjects typically are not aware of shared information, as it is not violating freewill, whereby not evoking other psychological processes that may be associated with impression, but not with simulation.
Mechanistic Properties and “Sharing”
In regards to telepathic simulation, the subconscious, or conscious and therefore subconscious, need for information is evoked and the mental state of the subject[s] instantaneously become qualitatively identical to that of the telepathist’s mental state. The information may or may not mediate in the same manner as other telepathic information. However the information mediates, the information appears to be non-synthetic to the recipient unlike information pertaining to cognitive or impressionistic telepathy. Because of this more natural ‚feel‛ of the information, the experients of simulation are less likely to become consciously aware of the shared information.
Precognitive telepathy has been defined as ‚the phenomenologically indirect knowledge of another person’s future thoughts or mental states.‛ This definition suggests that precognitive episodes of telepathy are not a result of direct mind-to-mind psi phenomena, but rather indirect precognitive clairvoyance. I have found that in regards to clairvoyant precognition, associated processes are most comprehensible as the result of information receptivity pertaining to potential trajectories of future events. I assume Nature is in and of itself a universal information system, i.e. and objective environment aware of its inner happenings. Therefore, I assume the system [Nature] is aware of past events and real-time events. I also assume that the possible future paths of objects
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach and events are anticipated by the system based on past and current happenings. However, the system does not appear to allow exact measurements of positions and velocities. Because of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, certain pairs of physical properties within the system, such as position and momentum, cannot both be known to arbitrary precision. In other words, the more one property is known, the less precisely the other can be known. This of course raises a particular issue for experients of precognition. Since it is impossible for the system to determine both the position and velocity of an object, with any degree of accuracy or certainty, then the nature of the system promotes uncertainty of future events leaving the experient with more than one potential trajectory per object. At the macroscopic scale, the paths of objects can be predicted in a probabilistic way. The paths however may not be precisely specified in a complete quantum description of the objects; as ‚path‛ is a classical concept in which quantum objects do not precisely possess. The probability of such objects is then non-deterministic. The system appears only partly concerned with analyzing predictable trajectories, while being primarily concerned with the analysis of random phenomena. The central objects constantly under analysis are random variables, stochastic processes, and events. These can include mathematical abstractions of non-deterministic events, measured quantities consisting of single occurrences, or in which evolve over time in a random fashion. The experiences of non-deterministic events arise from infinite and unpredictable behavior, as knowledge is never absolute in practice even in regards to Nature, and especially in regards to the experient. In regards to Nature and the experient, predictability deteriorates in time creating an effect on the length of time between the precognitive experience and the actual occurrence of the event to which the experience related. This has shown itself through analysis to leave the duration between the experience and the occurrence usually around 2 days time and rarely within one month’s time or more. This could suggest that precognitive experiences with longer durations between experience
Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I and occurrence, such as months and years, could be the result of deterministic events instead of non-deterministic events. Before the discovery of quantum effects and other disputes towards Newtonian physics, "uncertainty" was always a term that applied to the accuracy of human knowledge about causes and effects, and not to the causes and effects themselves. Nature is assumed a quantum computational system or aggregation of systems and no two systems can completely predict each other, as proven by Cantor’s d iagonal argument. Because of the lack of predictability of the future of objects, this implies microscopic disorder in the system. Within thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, the measurement of disorder, or the number of ways in which an object can be arranged, is called entropy. Increases in entropy correspond to irreversible changes in a system, because some energy must be expended as waste heat, limiting the amount of work the system can do. The majority of systems found in nature are not in thermodynamic equilibrium. This is because these systems are not isolated from their environment and are therefore continuously sharing matter and energy with other systems. This sharing of matter and energy includes being driven by external sources as well as dissipating energy. It should be mentioned that Nature is assumed to be permanently interacting with its surroundings. In the case of precognitive dynamics, it is the system sharing compressed data with the experient, which contains potential trajectories of objects.
In regards to precognitive telepathy, information regarding the future potentials of another’s thoughts or actions can be described in tense. Future Tense Information - In regards to information received pertaining to potentials in future tense information, the information is precognitive in that the precognitive [agent] is experiencing a thought that has yet to be thought or is to be thought at a future time. This is contrary to
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach telepathic cognition where the telepathist is experiencing a thought that is currently being thought by the other individual that is in relation to the future. In other words, in regards to precognition, the information received is indirect [i.e. from Nature, not the subject] and pertains to Natures predictions in regards to the subject’s future thoughts and or actions. Some examples of future tense probabilistic information include; ‚He will go.‛, ‚He will not go.‛, ‚He is goin g to go.‛
Mechanistic Properties and Precognition
In regards to precognitive telepathy, the subconscious, or conscious and therefore subconscious, need for information passes out of the brain of the precognitive, through the central nervous system and at-adistance retrieves probabilistic information from Nature in regards to another individuals thoughts. The information received is then mediated through the central nervous system of the precognitive, and up through the long-term memory. Once in the memory, the brain ‚searches‛ for feelings, emotions, or images associated with inform ation as a means to describe the information, to be perceived later by the precognitive via conscious or subconscious awareness.
1. Call cases are an instructive form of hallucinatory extrasensory experience, and are cases characteristic of a distressed individual ‚calling‛ a loved one. T/F 2. Telepathic experience is assumed to be purposefully orientated rather than stochastic [random]. T/F 3. Call cases are specified calls for assistance where recipiency is specified. T/F 4. Telepathy literally means: a. ‚feeling at a distance.‛ b. ‚seeing at a distance.‛ c. ‚knowing at a distance.‛ d. ‚thinking at a distance.‛ 5. Telepathy was and continues to be defined as a form of extrasensory perception. T/F 6. Clairvoyance in regards to knowing another individuals mental state was defined as ‚the phenomenologically direct kno wledge of another person’s thoughts or mental states.‛ T/F 7. Telepathic cognition is defined as ‚the phenomenologically direct knowledge of another person’s thoughts or mental states.‛ T/F 8. The first phase of telepathy is characterized by the sustainment of the entangled state of the two brains. T/F 9. The third phase of telepathy is characterized by the collapsing of the entangled state between the two brains. T/F 10. When information is in an entangled state [superposition] no definite perception in relation to the state yet exists. T/F 11. In cases of telepathic cognition, one individual is retrieving information from another, i.e. one individual is able to ‚pick up on‛ the thoughts of another individual. T/F
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 12. Experients of spontaneous telepathic phenomena are telepathists whom select or specify another individual from whom they wish to extract information. T/F 13. In regards to telepathy in the case of either spontaneous or intentional telepathic phenomena, information received can be described in tense. T/F 14. In regards to information telepathically received pertaining to past tense, the information is retrocognitive. T/F 15. Chronesthesia is the mental ability to be aware of one’s past or future. T/F 16. Telepathic interaction is ‚the causal influence of one mind on another without the intervention of the five senses.‛ T/F 17. Questions have been raised as to if hypnogenic telepathy should be classified as PK or as a form of telepathic simulation, as the two appear similar in that they both require one individual to produce a mental state in another individual similar to their own. T/F 18. The term hypnogenic telepathic interaction appears isolated to one form of telepathy. T/F 19. Hypnogenic telepathic interaction causes a mild hypnotic state in the individual [subject] via an agents command to do so, void of the agent having to produce mentally any feelings associated with a hypnotic state within him [the telepathist]. T/F 20. Hypnotic telepathy appears to not only evoke strong emotions in the subject, but also typically results in an action on the subjects behalf more often than the method associated with simply ‚commanding‛ an act. T/F 21. Telepathic interaction appears to work less efficiently if the subjects mind is in a relaxed or fatigued state. T/F 22. Ostensible telepathic content-simulation or ‚telepathic simulation‛ has been defined as ‚a case in which an individual’s me ntal state appears to produce a similar mental state in someone else.‛ T/F
Chapter 4: Models of Telepathy I 23. In the case of telepathic cognition, the telepathist does not ‚know‛ telepathically what the mental state of the subject is, but rather it appears that the mental states of the telepathist and subject instantaneously become qualitatively identical. T/F 24. Similarities to telepathic simulation have been identified in the language of Information Theory [e.g. as an analog transmission of a signal in the absence of noise+. I postulate that this ‚a bsence of noise‛ may be the result of a reduction of required mediation propagation [i.e. not involving central nervous system propagation, but perhaps, direct state teleportation into the brain]. T/F 25. Because of the very physical nature of telepathic simulation [e.g. state simulation and physiological response], questions have been raised as to if telepathic simulation should be considered a complex form of PK. T/F 26. Experients of telepathic simulation typically work with group mental state sharing just as effectively as single subject state sharing. T/F 27. Precognitive telepathy has been defined as ‚the phenomenologically direct knowledge of another person’s future thoughts or mental states.‛ T/F 28. I have found that in regards to clairvoyant precognition, associated processes are most comprehensible as the result of information receptivity pertaining to potential trajectories of future events. T/F 29. At the macroscopic scale, the paths of objects can only be predicted in a probabilistic way. The paths however may not be precisely specified in a complete quantum description of the objects; as ‚path‛ is a classical concept in which quantum o bjects do not precisely possess. T/F 30. The majority of systems found in nature are not in thermodynamic equilibrium. This is because these systems are not isolated from their environment and are therefore continuously sharing matter and energy with other systems. T/F
MODELS OF TELEPATHY II
Intentional Telepathic Experiences & Techniques
Intentional telepathic experiences refer to instances when the telepathist is consciously aware of the need to influence and the act of influencing. Mental states utilized by telepathists typically involve freefloating thought along with cognitive thought. While these two types of thought cannot coexist, it is assumed that highly successful telepathists are efficient at ‚switching‛ i.e. can switch from a meditative, free floating state, to a cognitive task, and back to a free floating state quickly and efficiently. This switching appears allows the telepathist to control consciously their telepathic ability. However, this conscious control is assumed only an illusion; rather, conscious thought is assumed to affect subconscious thought, whereby consciously ‚controlling‛ the subconscious. While such an influence may seem simple enough, the actual process is quite complex. The following are techniques telepathists typically utilize during intentional performance to increase the likelihood of influence.
In regards to intentional telepathic cognitive techniques, several stages are assumed to exist through which the telepathist acquires information. During spontaneous [non-intentional] telepathic cognition, these processes are assumed to run automatically via the subconscious. However, since the processes are run subconsciously, there is no conscious directive. To obtain a level of conscious direction, the telepathist is assumed to require achieving each step in order to perform success-
Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II fully. Stage 1 of the telepathic cognitive process involves initiation, i.e. the telepathist recognizes [his] need for information consciously, and therefore subconsciously. At this stage, the telepathist may focus on the need or verbally state the need. In addition, the telepathist may be filled with feelings of apprehension and uncertainty. The telepathist will need to dismiss the feeling of apprehension, and focus on [his] feeling of uncertainty to initiate telepathic processes. Stage 2 involves selection, i.e. the telepathist begins to decide what topic will be investigated, and whom the subject will be. The telepathist will need to induce the information transfer process at this time by communicating with the subject, coming within a close proximity to the subject, or physically touching the subject. Selection techniques vary per the limitation of the telepathist. Techniques include, but are not limited to; eye to eye contact, touch, spatial proximity, or the use of an electronic medium [e.g. phone or computer; real-time programs such as chat or internet phone]. Some information retrieval may occur at this point, and the feelings of uncertainly may begin to fade and be slowly replaced with optimism. Stage 3 involves exploration, i.e. the telepathist begins to gather information on the decided topic, and new knowledge comes into knowing [i.e. conscious awareness]. The telepathist then associates the new information with information previously known in regards to the topic. At this time, feelings of apprehension may return if the telepathist finds information that is inconsistent or incompatible. Telepathic cognitive processes [ESP processes in general] appear limited to exploratory search parameters. Exploratory search is a specialization of information exploration in which represents the activities carried out by telepathists who are either: unfamiliar with the domain of their goal [i.e. need to know information in regards to a topic in order to understand how to fulfill a need], are unsure about the ways to fulfill their need [the process], or are unsure about their need in general. Exploratory search includes a broad class of activities for the telepathist to implement including investigating, evaluating, comparing, and synthesizing. Exploratory queries are defined as open-ended questions that maybe difficult to phrase
As their search expands. the telepathists will feel more interested in the topic. Telepathists need to determine whether the information collected has a superficial relevance or a genuine relevance to their query. Stage 5 involves collection.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach making it somewhat difficult for telepathists to immediately recognize a suitable answer. the tele- 122 . This is assumed the most critical stage of the telepathic process. The final Stage 6 involves search closure. which involves mind mapping.e. The process leads to a broadening scope as a telepathist collects information pertinent to the initial exploratory question. i. a more focused perspective starts to form. Stage 4 involves formulation. At this point. and it can often be difficult to tell the difference precisely.e. The boundary between useful and tangential information is situationally specific. At this point. the telepathist now ‚knows‛ the information *he+ set out to gather. the telepathist has completed [his] search for information. Exploratory questions require a telepathist to fan out in various directions to locate information relevant to the topic pertaining to their query. which lead to less-generalized queries. This can delay the duration between the initial query and an acceptable answer as delays can be limited or extended. whereby reducing the confusion and uncertainty related to earlier stages. the telepathist begins to evaluate the information that has been gathered. i. and will continue by summarizing the information that was found via the exploratory search process. have increased confidence. but does not aide them in an acceptable answer goal. i. they may find themselves collecting tangential information that is somewhat relative to their initial query. which can result in an acceptable answer or complications. The answers to these queries at each level will lead the telepathist to more information pertaining to the topic in question.e. as here the telepathist will formulate a personalized construction of the topic from the general [or specific] information gathered during their exploratory search. Exploratory query search strategies start with generalized queries. and will be more successful in continued searching activities if required. Achieving a search goal depends on intricacy and skill in regards to discernment and speed. At this point.
select the proper class [e. investigating. a central key word or idea. The lines should be the same length as the word or image they support. Mind Mapping A mind map is a diagram. and lines should be connected. codes. evaluate the relevance of the search results. will feel either satisfaction or disappointment. comparing. Every telepathist will have their own unique personal style of a 123 . to reduce delays. It is also useful post-search in regards to organizing information for later study and recall. Each word or images should rest on its own line. images or other types of information correlated to. in that it allows one to generate. The central lines should be thicker. branches. Next. flowing. with the goal representing connections between portions of information. The telepathist should then classify information into groupings. As a note. and become thinner as they spread out from the center. redefine the query if necessary. originating from the center [main topic] image. The telepathist should arrange the information intuitively according to importance. ideas. and arranged around. the telepathist will want to start in the center with an image of the main topic utilizing at least three colors. visualize. or areas. or synthesizing ] of activity for acquisition. and classify gathered information during or after an exploratory search process. drawn either on paper or in the mind [imagined]. and depending on their search success. and dimensions throughout the mind map. utilized to represent words. and repeat previous steps until they have achieved an acceptable answer goal. Its usage is critical to telepathic information reception [telepathic cognition].g. The telepathist should utilize various colors throughout the mind map. the telepathist will be required to utilize images. The telepathist should select key words and utilize alphabetical letters in upper and lower case. telepathists should be encouraged to carefully formulate and clearly state their query [verbally or mentally]. To create a mind map. evaluating. for visual stimulation and to encode or group.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II pathist will feel a sense of relief. structure. symbols. thoughts.
During exploratory searching. Concepts are typically represented as boxes or circles and are connected with arrows in a downward-branching hierarchical structure. telepathists in which are less visual. Top-Down and Bottom-Up Strategies While mind and concept maps work well post-search. this type of strategy can help the telepathist create detailed maps from abstract concepts. ‚is derived from‛. contrast to mind maps in which are fixed on a single conceptual center [main topic]. where a concept map works more efficiently as a system view of a real abstract system or set of concepts. A concept map is a diagram showing the relationships among concepts. Because of the nature of concept maps verses mind maps. may prefer concept mapping. This makes concept maps more free form. A mind map represents what the telepathist. thinks about a single topic.‛ Concept maps differ from mind maps in that mind maps are limited to radial hierarchies and tree structures. or overall impressions out of a few details. and prefer to make connections between more diverse patterns of concepts. or the subject. or ‚contributes to.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach mind map based on what seems more efficient and productive to them. The telepathist can improve mind map clarity by utilizing numerical ordering or outlining. Regardless of style. Top-down and 124 . the telepathist should use emphasis and show associations. The relationship between concepts can be expressed via linking phrases such as ‚results in‛. as multiple hubs and clusters can be produced. Concept Mapping In contrast to mind mapping. It is a graphical tool that involves fewer complexes than a mind map visually that can be utilized for organizing and representing gathered information. they can also be utilized during a search. as their source of information is an abstract system. concept maps are more efficiently utilized by experients of precognitive telepathy.
partial images or vague concepts can be identified and ‚built upon‛ through this method during a search or during a later relative search. Example of a Top-down Strategy Concept Map In regards to intentional telepathic cognition. whereby resulting in a more detailed overall concept. A top-down approach to a spontaneously received static [still]. the overall concept is broken down into smaller concepts.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II bottom-up strategies are typically utilized in two-dimensional [in-mind or on paper] and three-dimensional [in-mind] information processing and knowledge ordering either as images or concepts.] is first 125 . A top-down strategy is characterized by a high-level of direction in regards to telepathic processing [e. concept. whole idea images].g. whereby resulting in a more detailed whole image. or dynamic [moving]. In a top-down strategy. an overview of the information [e. image is essentially the breaking down of a received image to gain insight into its compositional parts. etc. image. A bottom-up strategy is characterized by an absence of higher-level direction in telepathic processing.g. They are advantageous techniques that can be used in both intentional and spontaneous telepathy. In regards to an overall concept being spontaneously received.
and fewer recall errors later because each element is processed separately. and then assessing lesser portions with limited detail. This method is also advantageous when utilized to recall telepathic dreams. where the telepathist should write down the overall topic and impression of the dream followed by the first level of sub-topics and key aspects. typically into many lower-level positions until the entirety of the image or concept specification is reduced to base elements and positions. all components of the original image are specified enough to link and present a whole [very detailed] image. the telepathist should begin assessing base elements. the experient should continue by linking all specified elements until a detailed whole image is achieved. A bottom-up approach to intentionally attempting to receive enough information to create a whole image or concept. The top-down strategy is an optimized way of processing and is a simple way of searching for and maintaining information because it begins by specifying complex abstractions and then divides them into successively smaller and more detailed base elements. This strategy type is ideal for intentional telepathy and is the most common strategy utilized. a telepathist will search and locate a detailed fraction of the 126 . and then the individual specifications with limited detail are specified for first-level positions [e. This is because typically. larger abstract portions]. When a telepathist receives a whole [abstract] image. static [still] or dynamic [moving]. From here. they should immediately begin assessing the image as a whole.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach reviewed. Practicing the top-down strategy has several advantages such as. Once this has been accomplished. the telepathists should continue with additional levels of components until a whole map of the dream is compiled. separating the low-level elements from the higher-level abstractions leads to a whole image or concept. image is essentially the piecing together of details into a whole image or concept. Each portion of the image or concept is then refined in more detail. Once all the components are assessed and specified. Eventually. followed by specifying portions of the images.g.
until a complete first-level [whole] image or concept is formed. Again. 127 . post-search. which are then linked. When a telepathist searches for an image or concept. typically in many levels. a telepathist may find one type of strategy more efficient then the other for different usages. Example of a Bottom-up Strategy Concept Map In a bottom-up approach. these strategies can be utilized during search to help the telepathist explore further and therefore receive more information. these strategies can be utilized post-reception of information pertaining to spontaneous telepathy to help the telepathist recall as much information as possible. These elements are then linked together to form otherwise larger image abstractions.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II information they are seeking more often than they locate an abstract overall concept or image. the telepathist should continue by linking all the small elements together to form a whole. they should begin searching for small detailed elements one by one. Once this has been achieved. the individual base elements of the image are first specified in great detail. in regards to spontaneous or intentional telepathic information reception. In other words. to help the telepathist organize the information in addition. and to organize all of the information.
the items and events of an individual’s exp erience are located and interrelated. In studies utilizing neuropsychological. It has been noted that the hippocampus underpins our ability to navigate. form. and functional brain imaging. a region of the brain. in spontaneous cases. information reception is more sudden and abstract. However. Intentional telepathy allows the telepathist more time to search for details. When a telepathist is intentionally exploring a location perceived only by the subject. This process can be briefly described as the telepathist ‚walking around‛ in the subject’s memory of a location. Additionally. researchers have found that superior memorizers use a spatial learning strategy called the method of loci while preferentially engaging brain relations vital for memory and spatial memory. information is typically received slower and in more detail when a skilled telepathist intentionally searches for information. The received information is also subject to the telepathist’s memory. whereas spontaneous telepathy typically ‚turns off‛ the connection post-reception limiting the information receivable.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Method of Loci . is considered the core of a neural memory system providing an objective spatial framework. structural. the telepathist is merely utilizing this visual strategy in his or her [the telepathist] own mind as a way to queue and request more information from the subject in regards to the location. In addition. the details of a location are subjected to the efficiency of the subject’s memory of the location. In regards to receiving information telepathically from a subject. and to imagine future experiences.Visual-Spatial Mapping The hippocampus. including the hippocampus. the telepathist has the option to write down the information received. the option to write down the information is less common as they are sudden and unexpected. researchers have found that superior memory is not driven by exceptional intellectual ability or structural brain difference. and recollect memories. the telepathist is not ‚projecting‛ their consciousness onto the subject. while in spontaneous cases. As the telepathist ‚turns a 128 . However. Within this framework. Rather.
‛ The telepathist will also be presented with the option to position elements in their correct spatial locations [e. post-establishment of route stop-points and committing the associated images to long-term memory with less than an hour of practice. or playing cards. the telepathist must retrace the route. ‚stop‛ at each locus *e. the more the telepathist will achieve. Telepathists can train their mind to act efficiently when extrasensory information is being retrieved.g. which has continually been in correlation with my research findings. the memory of the telepathist is vital to performance. Training can include techniques such as recalling sequences of digits. can remember the entire sequence of a deck of cards. Telepathists should always keep in mind that it is their ‚mind‛ that is the tool they are utili zing to perform. Even if multiple events are stored in the subjects memory in which are similar. A telepathist can increase difficulty by incorporating images into sequences.g. then an increase in the telepathist’s memory should result in the increase of usable information obtained via telepathic processes. that building is to the left of this other building]. In either case. To utilize the method of loci. number]. If this is true. which works to the telepathist’s benefit.g. The more efficient the tool. intuition and hallucination]. The memory of a telepathist can also be improved through simple lifestyle changes such as incorporating the 129 . and ‚observe‛ the factor [e. in dreams] or subconsciously to be later consciously ‚known‛ or be ‚known and later recalled‛ [e. they are stored and remain stored in separate contexts. To recall the sequences. the telepathist is presented with the option to request more information to ‚fill in the blanks. or visual-spatial memory. is to take advantage of a subjects natural state of memory.g. a telepathist with average memorization capabilities. spontaneous or intentional telepathy.g. Increased efforts have lead to individuals capable of memorizing 1040 random digits in as little as a half hour. alphabetic letters. part of the sequence+. two-digit numbers.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II corner‛ and reaches an area with no information *no description+. Using the method of loci. Parapsychological research suggests that extrasensory information is received either unconsciously [e.
characters/symbols. socialize. experients should be encouraged to stay intellectually active through learning. letters/words. rather than large chunks of image descriptions or sections. physical fitness. This method is to be utilized routinely when rapid memorization is required whether because of spontaneous or intentional information reception. rapid study [rote learning] of the visual hallucination is the only way to memorize the image in a short amount of time with limited detail. In repeated visualization.g. The idea is that an experient will be able to recall rapidly the details of a visual hallucination [spontaneous or intentional]. this opportunity may not always be the case [e. and to observe healthy eating habits. due to distraction or interference]. particularly numbers.g. Experients of all ages should keep physically active as to promote blood circulation to the brain. training. or repeated verbal descriptions of the hallucination. rhyming phrases]. and complete images. the more the telepathist will be able to recall in regards to the hallucination. Whether the experient chooses visual or auditory repetition. While intentional telepathy provides the option for the telepathists to continue searching for more information. To insure memory functionality in later years.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach aforementioned memory techniques. reduce stress. whether through repeated visualization. In regards to rapid information reception. The major practice involved in rote learning is learning by repetition. healthy eating. The more the telepathist repeats the details of the hallucination. Memorization via Repetition Another technique that can be applied by telepathists involves rote learning. or reading. keep sleep time regular. avoid depression or emotional instability. which is a learning technique that focuses on memorization. and stress reduction into their daily lives. the experient should repeatedly visualize details of the image to link later the details to form a whole image [or concept]. In auditory description 130 . the information repeated should be in the form of short bits [e.
and the use of an electronic medium [e. If the telepathist is able to identify that the subject is becoming uncomfortable. eye to eye contact. the details should be briefly defined aloud to be linked later to form a whole image [or concept]. and be slowly replaced with optimism. and focus on [his] feeling of uncertainty to initiate telepathic processes. the telepathist may focus on the need or verbally state the need. To obtain a level of conscious direction. At this stage. the telepathist is assumed to require achieving each step in order to perform successfully. phone or computer. Techniques include. there is no conscious directive. and whom the subject will be. the telepathist begins to decide what idea or call to action will be impressed. Techniques: Interaction In regards to intentional telepathic interaction techniques. it is at this time that the subject may begin to feel uncertain of their own thoughts.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II repetitions.g. i. and therefore subconsciously.e. The telepathist will need to induce the information transfer process at this time. the telepathist recognizes [his] need to impress information consciously. Stage 1 of the telepathic impression process involves initiation. these processes are assumed to run automatically by the subconscious. reduce its ‚strength‛+ or di stract the subject.g. as their own thoughts are being interrupted by the impressed thought. Some information impression may occur at this point. However. since the processes are run subconsciously. the telepathist will either have to ‚ease‛ the impression *e. real-time programs such as chat or internet phone]. i. Distractions can be carried out in a verbal manner via 131 . and the feelings of uncertainly in regards to the telepathist may begin to fade. In addition. However. touch.e. The telepathist will need to dismiss the feeling of apprehension. but are not limited to. spatial proximity. several stages are assumed to exist through which the telepathist impresses information. Stage 2 involves selection. During spontaneous [non-intentional] telepathic interaction. Techniques vary per the limitation of the telepathist. the telepathist may be filled with feelings of apprehension and uncertainty.
the telepathist should now focus their attention towards preventing any likelihood of subject discomfort prior to impression. Stage 4 involves suggestion. the connection between the telepathist and subject will be made. or a proposal to act. directing the subject’s atte ntion solely onto the telepathist and the telepathist focusing on what [he] needs the subject to think or do]. and has directed the subject to focus [his] attention onto the telepathist.e.e. and non-verbal forms such as eyefixation. information is impressed. i. Stage 3 involves induction.e. get bored and dissociate into a more free floating mental state]. the telepathist induces the subject into a hypnotic state. the telepathist can perform or engage the subject in a repetitive and or rhythmic task that will induce a more meditative state. Once the connection is made. i. the telepathist directs the focus of a dominate idea or call to action by shifting the subjects ‚focus‛ on a idea or call to action to a ‚command‛ to accept the idea or to act. If this stage is skipped. However. the subject may sense only a proposal to accept the idea. This process can involve one of several techniques including verbal forms. the telepathist will need to direct the subjects mind to focus on a single dominate idea or call to action.e. Sub-stage 2 involves the telepathist defining the role of the subject [i . the telepathist will need to continue focusing on reducing discomfort. the subject will be compelled to accept the idea or to act. Alternatively. if this stage is not skipped.e. After the telepathist has focused [his] conscious mind on the subject. Alternatively. this state is broken down into two sub-stages. Either way. just too different degrees of causation. which increases the subject’s susceptibility to suggestion [i. In the first sub-stage.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach the telepathist talking in a calm and quite manner avoiding topics that may evoke the subject into cognitive thinking. This stage can 132 . If the subject has not yet shown signs of discomfort. inducing a state that facilitates suggestion]. A good topic may involve a simple mundane story during which the subject will not require problem solving thought processes and may be inclined to lose focus [i. if the subject remains uncomfortable. Here the telepathist is inducing a psychical condition in the subject.
Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II be implemented by the telepathist by including direct suggestions [compelling] or indirect verbal suggestions [proposing. the telepathist will need to be in the spatial proximity of about three to five feet from the subject. evoking a sense of obsession rather than consideration].g.g. suggestions made while the telepathist is stressed. The second usage is designed for a more hypnotherapeutic reaction. to be said aloud or in-mind by the telepathist]. metaphors and other rhetorical figures of speech. ‚pe rmissively‛ or in a more ‚authoritarian‛ manner. the more ‚compelling‛ the idea or action. This type of usage is typically intended to trigger responses or ideas to affect behavior [e. voice tonality. long-term suggestions are associated with a dire need or are suggested during a time that is causing the telepathist a great deal of stress [e. post-hypnotic reactions. The telepathist should draw the subject’s attention to the telepathist so the sub- 133 . thought.g. the telepathist typically utilizes one of two main uses for telepathic suggestions.e. The average telepathist may need to repeat the suggestive process several times before the suggestion reaches peak effectiveness. In addition.g. action] for periods ranging from days to possibly lifetime duration [e. or in general. The more author itarian the delivery.g. ‚You will turn around. and non-verbal suggestion in the form of telepathically evoked emotions or mental imagery in the mind of the subject. ‚You will always turn around. can result in unintended suggestions [e. or physically directing the subject towards an action [e. Unfortunately. and walk away when you see me‛+. and walk away‛+. Eye-Fixation Induction For the eye-fixation technique. emotional stress]. Indirect suggestions include requests or insinuations. gently turning the subject around following an command to ‚turn around and walk away.‛ The distinction between types of suggestions is delivery i. The first usage is designed to bring about an immediate response *e. emotion.g. while the more skilled telepathist may only require one session of telepathic suggestion for the suggestion to last for years. Typically.
134 . This may be the result of a more ‚predatory‛ positioning verses the positioning of ‚prey. This can be achieved ‚mentally‛ or in a physically suggestive manner such as the telepathist scratching their brow. the telepathist will firstly notice the eyes of the subject beginning to dilate. The telepathist should then direct the subject to gaze into the telepathist’s eyes. then the tall telepathist may be more efficient in ‚co mmanding. as to prevent their eyes from drying out to quickly. If the telepathist is taller than the subject is. If the subject’s eyes break focus at this time. The setting for this technique. as for any technique for interaction. whereby otherwise forcing the telepathist to blink more often. The telepathist will also benefit from narrowing their eyes slightly.‛ If so.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach ject is directly looking at the telepathist. utilize compelling and proposing. the telepathist and subject should be seated in a way that brings their height more into equilibrium.‛ whereas the shorter telepathist may be more efficient at ‚luring. this technique may be more efficient towards compelling and idea or action.‛ If the telepathist wants to even out the efficiency of the technique. if the telepathist is shorter than the subject is. and after they have done so to a considerable extent. While the telepathist is gazing into the eyes of the subject. While skilled telepathists appear to be able to work under more chaotic conditions. this technique may be more efficient towards proposing. it will be important for the telepathist to blink as little as possible to help the subject hold their focus. the subject should be ready for suggestion. nor such a level of skill to ‚draw in‛ a subject amidst distraction. However. Once the telepathist has drawn the gaze of the subject and has properly induced the subject. should be in a setting that is not distracting to either the telepathist or the subject and should be a setting both mentally and physically relaxing. many telepathists do not possess such a level of concentration. then the subject is not yet properly induced and ready for suggestion. One way for the telepathist to tell if the subject is ready for suggestion is by the telepathist slightly shifting their body to see if the subject’s eyes co ntinue to be fixed on the telepathist’s eyes.
If the subject does not hesitate to step forwards towards the telepathist. At this time. At this point. then the subject is not yet induced. then the subject may be ready for suggestion. If the subjects response is ‚no. To do this. then the telepathist will need to rapidly induce. a physical instantaneous method can be implemented. If the subject does hesitate. At this time. the telepathist can attempt induction or suggestion once again. Once the hand of the telepathist is placed. This method involves the telepathist and subject standing facing each other gazing into each other’s eyes. the telepathist will need to point out the subject’s tenseness and verbally request that the subject have a seat. the tel epathist should step forward and gently place their [the telepathists] hand on the back of the subjects neck in a supporting manner [i. This typically results in the subject closing their eyes to visualize. If the subject’s response is ‚yes.‛ and the telepathist should then proceed. Alternatively.e. Verbal Induction via Distraction If the selected subject is to tense or simply does not appear to be responding to induction or suggestion. the telepathist should attempt to bring the subject closer with a gentle jerking motion as to suggest the subject to move closer to them [the telepathist]. the telepathist should ask if the subject has a good imagination. If not.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II Physical Instantaneous Method If the intensity of the eye-fixation technique is not strong enough to induce or suggest the subject.‛ then the telepathist will continue. supporting the base of the skull in a manner in which the subject can relax their neck]. and relax. the telepathist will need to request the 135 . The telepathist should then propose what they are attempting to impress on the subject by asking the subject to visualize what the telepathist is proposing. the telepathists can place their right hand on the subjects right side *the telepathist’s perspective+ shoulder. for telepathists in which are less familiar with the subject.‛ then the telepathist should reply ‚you are too hard on yourself.
what they see. snap. the most common technique utilized by telepathists is more abrupt and typically involves a sudden loud sound such as a clap. or the use of a single word spoken loudly [e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach subject to close their eyes to better visualize. the induced state. The telepathist has the option to bring the subject slowly out of the induced state by slowly raising their voice to a normal speaking level. Once the telepathist has finished guiding the visualization.e. If the subject makes a facial expression or begins to shift their posture. Prior to requesting the opening of the subjects eyes. as they are in a state fixated on the telepathist. not su rrounding stimuli. As the subject finishes their description.g. when the subject is prompted to open their eyes they will more likely immediately fall into the gaze of the telepathist. the telepathist should continue the impression telepathically as directed in the eye-fixation technique. the telepathist has the option to terminate the induction or leave the subject induced until they ease out of.g. i. As the subject is visualizing the action or idea. When the subject opens their eyes. mild tone. However. and slowed speech. the telepathist should begin directing the subject’s visualization with their [the telepathist’s] suggestion. the subject has most likely been induced [hypnotized] and partially impressed. or are forced out of. Not terminating the induction can result in confusion and a loss of time on the subject’s behalf. spo- 136 . The telepathist should guide the visualization gently and with a calm voice. more proposals. the telepathist will be required to ask the subject to describe verbally their [the subject’s] visualization. then the subject is losing focus and the telepathist will need to ease more gently into guiding the visualization [e. the telepathist should request the subject to open their eyes. before the subject opens their eyes. Terminating Induction When a telepathist has finished suggesting a subject. Before this request. use less commands. or propose in steps rather than with whole proposals]. the telepathist should position himself or herself eye to eye with the subject. This way.
To obtain a level of conscious direction. several stages are assumed to exist through which the telepathist shares information. The telepathist will need to dismiss the feeling of apprehension. the subject maybe more inclined to accept the impression if they are left in the induced state for some time postsuggestion. with the subject to be later brought out of the induction gently.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II ken loudly” OK!‛ spoken normally ‚Let’s go do something else now. i.e.‛ followed by a loud clap of the hands]. Interaction’s role in telepathic simul ation involves linking the telepathist’s mental state to the mental state of the subject[s] in a way that the quantum mental state of each participant cannot be sufficiently described void of a full consideration of the other participants. While this technique is more abrupt. it typically results in a quick startling and brief confused state on the subject’s behalf. Contrarily. At this stage. Stage 1 of the telepathic simulative process involves initiation. the telepathist must physically interact with the subject or group of subjects. and therefore subconsciously. Stage 2 involves physical interaction. even though the participants are spatially separated 137 . and focus on [his] feeling of uncertainty to initiate telepathic processes. However. Techniques: Simulation In regards to intentional telepathic simulation techniques. the telepathist may be filled with feelings of apprehension and uncertainty. the telepathist is assumed to require achieving each step in order to perform successfully. there is no conscious directive. which appears to reduce the subject’s ability to recognize that the suggested idea or call to action is not of their own volition. since the processes are run subconsciously. the telepathist recognizes [his] need for sharing information consciously. Interaction is assumed a requirement for any form of telepathy. i. In addition. the telepathist may focus on the need or verbally state the need. During spontaneous [non-intentional] telepathic simulation. these processes are assumed to run automatically by the subconscious.e. allowing the subject’s subconscious to consolidate the impression into long-term memory.
It is at this stage that the participant’s mental states become linked at the quantum level. participant mental states remain continuous [i. It is assumed that if stage 3 is not achieved. where said mental states are in superposition. talking]. or direct physical touch. initially the information has been shared. Interaction is achievable via any action through which the telepathist and subject[s] has an effect upon one and other. measurement] with the shared information in superposition. Upon collapse. is assumed essential for telepathic simulative processes. not yet realized by the participant’s]. This awareness includes the shared information. the shared information is then realized by the brain at a subconscious level. Rather.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach [i. This two-way effect. It is during this stage that one definite classical mental state is generated via the brain’s psychophysical interaction [i. Without initiating stage 3. need for the collapse] is what causes the collapse. when the brain directly interacts with the shared information. Stage 3 of the telepathic simulative process involves psychophysical interaction. When the participant’s are entangled.e. Examples of types of interaction can include communication between participants of any kind [e. the participant’s measure [become aware] of the shared information.e.e. the multiple quantum states will collapse into one definite classical state. stage 2 can persist for an extended amount of time [i. initiating quantum entanglement]. i.e.e. In other words. close spatial proximity. It appears that the participant’s metal states continue to track alterations in other participant’s mental states over time via entanglement until their link is broken. states continue to simulate mental states across participants as they change over time]. which is in multiple states. but the information does not always propagate up into the participant’s conscious awareness.g. but has not yet been measured [i. the participants are unaware that the information shared is from another source other than the self [i. nor has any participant ‚impressed‛ a thought onto another+.e. It is assumed that the telepathist ’s intent to collapse [i. but not the source of the information. a participant does not realize they ‚know‛ the thoughts of another.e. or interconnectivity.e. If stage 3 is 138 . the collapse may not occur for an extended time].
visual hallucinations are the most common in regards to telepathic simulation experiments. Simulation is typically utilized by telepathists to achieve or elicit group. It is assumed that speech is a major factor in both telepathic interaction and simulation equally.e.  Negotiation. lead to simulated behavior.e. whereby resulting in one classical mental state]. in regards to telepathic 139 . it is their hypnotic ‚charm‛ in which draws in subjects. In regards to telepathic impressionists.  Communication. The simulation can include a simulated emotional state.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II achieved. Positive thinking leads to positive ideas and to the positive verbal expression of those ideas. the participant’s state of mind simulates each other simultaneously.  and Crossdependability to increase fault-tolerance via distributing dependability across all participants equally. then psychophysical interaction results in a discrete-event simulation [i. quality does not appear to fade as more participants are added]. typically involving playing cards or Zener cards [ESP cards]. However.  Distributed problem solving. or result in content-simulation such as a shared visual image.  Cooperation and coordination. resulting in the collapse of the wave function. but rather a limitation of how many participants are required to meet the telepathist’s needs. a mental quantum state measurement. Positive Thinking and Speaking A telepathic simulator’s most efficient technique is positive speaking through positive thinking. and intention. However. the typical number of participants involved in telepathic simulation includes the telepathist and one subject [two] followed by a number of participants equal to that of a small group [six or less]. desires.  Organization. Upon the collapse.  Orientation in regards to beliefs. However. These common numbers may not be a limitation of probable influence. The information shared across partici pant’s appears to be as equally as qualitatively identical [i. The most common phenomenologies include shared dreams and shared intuitive impressions.
their positive personality tends to draw in small to large crowds of people. When this area of the brain is activated. in conjunction with positive thinking. and needs. the subjects are able to calm their minds and relax their bodies. in conjunction with interaction [spatial proximity. influence desire. alpha waves increase allowing the subjects to enter a mild transcendental meditative state. which involves the use of the default mode network of the brain. touch etc. all are assumed to exist as an opportunity for social [group. with shared intention. is assumed a major mechanism in which allows for telepathically mediated mental state sharing [telepathic simulation]. etc.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach simulators.] achievement and prosperity. the greater the effect. When negative thought. It appears that telepathic simulators act in this case as a medium for mass social networking and activities. such as depressive or anxious thoughts are subdued. communal. but positive speaking. Intention experiments in regards to psi show that the more individuals involved in the experiment. Positive speaking stems from taking the optimistic route towards the expression of ideas and actions. It is the telepathist’s inward communicative-thinking that directly influences the way their subconscious mind processes the telepathist’s wants.]. it is their positive personality in which draws in subjects and shifts their [subjects] desire to work with the telepathist and each other. This tendency for the telepathist to take a 140 . This optimistic expression when heard by others seems to prep subjects for simulation by reducing stress associated with negative thought. Positive thinking is highly psi conducive for telepathic simulators. on behalf of the telepathist is highly conducive for all participants. This progr ession leads to daydreaming. This state of relaxation can progress when the telepathist continues positive speaking by directing the subjects to ‚i magine‛ a concept or action optimistically. While personality wise telepathic simulators are naturally introverted. desires. the participants are assumed to synchronize wave patterns and their minds appear to ‚hum‛ in a unified manner. They ability to amass crowds. organizational. Once in this mild meditative state. motivate action. These shared wavelengths and frequencies.
the telepathist being as close to the subjects as possible [3 to 5 feet]. To ensure the subject produces the information required. the more efficiently the telepathist can accommodate their speech to compliment those ideas. the more a telepathist knows in regards to a subject ’s thoughts. avoid narrow or dimly lit areas.g. and negotiate with subjects [i. which is the tendency to be ‚over -optimistic. telepathist. Improvement in listening skills appears directly correlated to the telepathist’s ability to persuade.‛ but rather simply ‚seeing the silver lining‛ even in the darkest of times. seating.e. the telepathist should acknowledge frequently that [he] is listening to the subject through mild gestures such as head nodding or verbal ac- 141 . as the telepathist will be required to focus on their need to obtain information at the same time they will be required to focus on a subject[s]. How well a telepathic simulator listens appears to have a major impact on their effectiveness and the quality of simulation processes. There are several techniques that can be applied in attempts to evoke telepathic simulation such as: selecting an environment with little distraction [e. This poses a particular problem in regards to need. The more positive the environment. Focused Listening While positive thinking and speaking works well with efforts in which the telepathist is sharing [his] thoughts with subjects. physically organizing the group into a circle [facing each other]. visual or noise]. etc]. motivate. This form of information sharing appears to reduce conflicts and misunderstandings during simulation due to the telepathist’s ability to better simulate the subject’s thoughts in their [the telepathist’s] own mind. the more successful the outcome. whereby allowing a satisfactory understanding of the subject ’s position. focused listening works well with efforts in which the telepathist needs the subjects to share their thoughts with [him].Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II favorable or hopeful view on matters and ideas should not be confused for optimistic bias. and making sure all participants are comfortable [temperature. and subjects are.
the telepathist should provoke a continuance of communication via asking the subject an open-ended question. The experient will need to dismiss the feeling of apprehension. and therefore subconsciously. Some information retrieval may occur at this point. mind mapping. In addition. and new knowledge comes into knowing [i.‛ If the telepathist is required to respond to the subject. The techniques utilized by experients of precognition are identical to the techniques utilized by experients of telepathic cognition [e.e. etc.e. i. At this stage. Stage 3 involves exploration. Stage 1 of the precognitive process involves initiation. the experient begins to decide what topic will be investigated *probabilistic information pertaining to the subject’s future thoughts+ and whom the subject will be.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach knowledgement such as ‚OK. the experient may focus on the need or verbally state the need. conscious awareness]. If the process appears to be concluding prior to required effects. The experient will need to activate the information transfer process to receive probabilistic information pertaining to a subject by continuing to focus on their [the experients] need for information. top-down and bottom up strategies.e.e. the experient recognizes [his] need for information consciously. i. and the feelings of uncertainly may begin to fade and be slowly replaced with optimism. i. Techniques: Precognition In regards to intentional precognitive techniques. [he] should keep his thoughts and speech positive and [his] responses should be short. the experient may be filled with feelings of apprehension and uncertainty. feelings of apprehension may return if the experient finds information that is deemed by the experient to be inconsistent or in- 142 . Stage 2 involves selection. and focus on [his] feeling of uncertainty to initiate precognitive processes. At this time.g. The experient then associates the new information with information previously known in regards to the subject. several stages are assumed to exist through which the experient acquires information clairvoyantly [not telepathically]. the experient begins to gather probabilistic information.].
Typically. as here the experient will formulate a personalized construction of the topic from the general [or specific] probabilistic information gathered during their exploratory search. which requires the experient to either physically touch the subject. This is assumed the most critical stage of the precognitive process.  Local Association. live chat on a computer. the experient will be required to engage in associations with the subject. some relative information or association is required to initiate the search. whereby reducing the confusion and uncertainty related to earlier stages. this technique is combined with nominal association techniques rather than being utilized exclusively. At this time. which requires the experient to simply know the full name of the subject in order to search for probabilistic information pertaining to the future thoughts of the subject. At this point.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II compatible. the experient will feel more interested in the topic. To obtain probabilistic information in regards to a subject’s future thoughts. or within several feet [three or less] from an electrical medium through which the experient and subject are communicating through [e. the subject before] the subject. Stage 5 involves collection. or physically touch an object that belongs. or obtain information in regards to the subject such as:  Psychometric Association. which requires the experient to know one or several exclusively relative dates pertaining to the subject such as the subject’s date of birth.  Visual Association. seen. which requires the experient to view a photograph. a more focused perspective starts to form. The final Stage 6 involves 143 . Precognitive processes appear limited to exploratory search parameters.e. At this point. internet phone. Stage 4 involves formulation. and will be more successful in continued searching activities if required. the experient begins to evaluate the information that has been gathered. the experient now ‚knows‛ the information *he+ set out to gather. or mentally visualize [if the experient has visually experienced. to the subject.  Nominal Association.  Chronological Association. which requires the experient to be in a close spatial proximity of the subject. phone. i.e. i. etc. or has belonged.g. have increased confidence. Exploratory probabilistic information search techniques vary per the limitation of the experient.].
and repeat previous steps until they have achieved an acceptable answer goal. and dependant on their search success. At this point. or synthesizing ] of activity for acquisition. redefine the query if necessary.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach search closure.e. evaluate the relevance of the search results. which involves mind mapping. the experient will feel a sense of relief. As a note. select the proper class [e. evaluating. investigating. 144 . to reduce delays. experients should be encouraged to carefully formulate and clearly state their query [verbally or mentally]. will feel either satisfaction or disappointment. comparing. i. and will continue by summarizing the information that was found via the exploratory search process. the experient has completed [his] search for probabilistic information.g.
i. and arranged around. This process can involve one of several techniques including verbal forms. the subject may sense only a proposal to accept the idea. the telepathist begins to decide what idea or call to action will be impressed. T/F Stage 2 of telepathic interaction involves initiation. T/F 2. the subject will be compelled to accept the idea or to act. T/F A mind map is a diagram.QUESTIONS 1. 6. T/F Stage 1 of the telepathic cognitive process involves initiation. and therefore subconsciously. and whom the subject will be. ideas. or a proposal to act. 8. and non-verbal forms such as eye-fixation. images or other types of information correlated to. T/F If stage 4 of telepathic interaction is skipped. the telepathist recognizes [his] need for information consciously. 5. T/F Exploratory queries are defined as open-ended questions that maybe difficult to phrase making it somewhat difficult for telepathists to immediately recognize a suitable answer. the telepathist will need to direct the subjects mind to focus on a single dominate idea or call to action. if this stage is not skipped. Intentional telepathic experiences refer to instances when the telepathist is consciously aware of the need to influence and the act of influencing. once the connection is made. T/F Telepathic cognitive processes [ESP processes in general] do not appear limited to exploratory search parameters. 3. utilized to represent words. However. T/F An increase in the telepathist’s memory should result in the increase of usable information obtained via telepathic processes. a central key word or idea. 7. T/F In regards to telepathic interaction. 9.e. 145 . thoughts.e. i. drawn either on paper or in the mind [imagined]. 4.
not surrounding stimuli. ‚permissively‛ or in a more ‚authoritarian‛ manner. this two-way effect. The more authoritarian the delivery. Not terminating the induction can result in confusion and a loss of time on the subject’s behalf. T/F 15. as they are in a state fixated on the telepathist. T/F 13. T/F 17. the telepathist has the option to terminate the induction or leave the subject induced until they ease out of. If the selected subject is to tense or simply does not appear to be responding to induction or suggestion. T/F 16. T/F 18. or interconnectivity.e. When a telepathist has finished suggesting a subject. initiating quantum entanglement]. If the intensity of the eye-fixation technique is not strong enough to induce or suggest the subject. T/F 12.e. a physical instantaneous method can be implemented.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 10. Without initiating stage 2 of telepathic simulation.g. the induced state. long-term suggestions are associated with a dire need or are suggested during a time that is causing the telepathist a great deal of stress [e. T/F 11. or are forced out of. even though the participants are spatially separated [i. Typically.e. emotional stress]. then the telepathist will not be able to rapidly induce the subject. the collapse may not occur for an extended time]. T/F 146 . T/F 14. The distinction between types of suggestions is delivery i. However. is not assumed essential for telepathic simulative processes. Interaction’s role in telepathic simulation involves linking the telepathist’s mental state to the mental state of the subject*s+ in a way that the quantum mental state of each participant cannot be sufficiently described void of a full consideration of the other participants. stage 3 can persist for an extended amount of time [i. the more ‚compelling‛ the idea or action. Interaction is achievable via any action through which the telepathist and subject[s] has an effect upon one and other.
T/F 28.Chapter 5: Models of Telepathy II 19.]. While positive thinking and speaking works well with efforts in which the telepathist is sharing [his] thoughts with subjects. is assumed a major mechanism in which allows for telepathically mediated mental state sharing [telepathic simulation]. or obtain information in regards to the subject such as Psychometric Association. A telepathic simulator’s most efficient technique is positive speaking through positive thinking. Which of the following is telepathic simulation not utilized to achieve or elicit in a group? a. T/F 25. T/F 24. the lesser the effect. participant mental states remain continuous [i. the experient will be required to engage in associations with the subject. T/F 26. then psychophysical interaction results in a discrete-event simulation. with shared intention. 23. Control c. T/F 27. Precognitive processes appear limited to exploratory search parameters. Shared wavelengths and frequencies. touch etc. How well a telepathic simulator listens does not appear to have a major impact on their effectiveness and the quality of simulation processes. To obtain probabilistic information in regards to a subject’s f uture thoughts. Distributed problem solving d. T/F 147 . in conjunction with interaction [spatial proximity. T/F 20.e. Intention experiments in regards to psi show that the more individuals involved in the experiment. It is assumed that if stage 3 of telepathic simulation is not achieved. T/F 21. states continue to simulate mental states across participants as they change over time]. If stage 3 of telepathic simulation is achieved. focused listening works well with efforts in which the telepathist needs the subjects to share their thoughts with [him]. Communication b. Cross-dependability 22.
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 29. Stage 4 of telepathic precognition involves formulation, i.e. the experient begins to evaluate the information that has been gathered. T/F 30. In regards to telepathic precognition, to reduce delays, experients should be encouraged to carefully formulate and clearly state their query. T/F
MODELS OF TELEPATHY III
Therapeutic and Experimental Applications
Psychotherapy [i.e. personal counseling with a psychotherapist] is an intentional interpersonal relationship [association] utilized by trained psychotherapists to aid a client or patient in problems of living. Psychotherapy is traditionally a form of talk therapy, but with the addition of telepathic skill, psychotherapists can excel in their field through traditional verbal and telepathic non-verbal communication. These forms of communication can be utilized in aims to increase the therapists understanding of a patient, and increase the patient’s sense of their own well-being. Psychotherapists utilizes a variety of techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication, and behavioral alterations in which are designed to improve the psychological and emotional health of a client or patient, or improve upon group relationships. Therefore, psychotherapy is an excellent and advantageous therapeutic application for telepathic skill. While some institutions offer programs in psychotherapy, psychotherapy is typically preformed by practitioners with one or a number of qualifications. In most states, for an individual to offer professional psychotherapeutic services, the individual will have to obtain a degree in psychology or in a system of psychotherapy such as psychoanalysis. Individuals in which typically offer psychotherapy are practitioners in fields such as: psychiatry, clinical psychology, clinical social work, counseling psychology, mental health counseling, clinical or psychiatric social work, marriage and family therapy, rehabilitation counseling, music therapy, art therapy, occupational therapy, psychiatric nursing, and psychoanalysis. While psychotherapy as a whole is an excellent field for telepathists, different systems of psychotherapy are more
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach correlated with different phenomenologies of telepathy [e.g. psychoanalysis and cognition or simulation].
Psychoanalysis involves a body of ideas and is primarily devoted to the study of human psychological functioning and behavior. The three main components of psychoanalysis include:  a method of investigation of the mind and the way in which one thinks,  a systemized set of theories in regards to human behavior,  a method of treatment of psychological or emotional illness. In regards to the first component, telepathic cognitives and simulators will excel in investigative efforts due to their innate psychical ability to investigate the minds of other human beings. Through psychoanalysis, the telepathist can utilize their psychical ability to peer into [cognition], or personally experience [simulation], the thoughts, free associations, fantasies [either solely or via the verbal direction of the subject], and in some cases, the dreams of a patient whereby revealing the unconscious conflicts causing a patient’s symptoms and character problems. Investigative psychoanalytic techniques include those correlated with telepathic cognition and simulation. While telepathic precognition can be utilized in conjunction with telepathic cognitive or simulation based investigative efforts, it is rarely utilized exclusively. In regards to the second component, theoretical orientations and interpretations in regards to human mentation and development vary, as there are several theories associated with psychoanalysis. Major psychoanalytic theories can be grouped into many theoretical schools, not all of which will be mentioned. The first theoretical school is called topographic theory, which states that the mental apparatus can be divided into three systems  conscious,  preconscious, and  unconscious. These systems are not to be understood as anatomical or physical structures of the brain, but rather as three systems of mental processes. Today this theory is considered classical, as it has mainly been replaced by structural theory. Structural theory still divides the mind into three
Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III systems, but here the three systems are labeled  the id,  the ego, and  the super-ego. Structural theory states that the id is present at birth as the ‚repository of basic instincts.‛ The id is described as uno rganized, unconscious, and operating solely on the ‚pleasure principle‛ [i.e. that people seek to satisfy biological and psychological needs], void of realism or foresight. The ego on the other hand, is described as developing gradually throughout one’s life and is concerned with m ediating between urgings of the id and the realities of our external world. The ego is understood to operate on the ‚reality principle‛ *i.e. that which compels us to defer instant gratification when necessary due to the obstacles of reality]. Lastly, the super-ego is understood to be a component of the ego in which self-observation, self-criticism, and other reflective and judgmental functions develop. The ego and the super-ego are understood to be both conscious and unconscious. Another theoretical school is called ego psychology, which is rooted in structural theory. This school identifies various autonomous ego functions such as; sensory perception, motor control, symbolic thought, logical thought, speech, integration [i.e. synthesis], orientation, concentration, judgment in regards to danger, reality testing, adaptive ability, executive decision-making, hygiene, and self-expression . Ego psychology addresses both inhibition as a method the mind may utilize to interfere with ego functions in order to avoid painful emotions, and ego strengths that are defined as capacities to control certain impulses otherwise utilized to help a client or patient tolerate painful affects and prevent thoughts and behaviors in which are divorced from reality [symbolic fantasy]. After the analyst has investigated the mind of the client or patient, the analyst then interprets the information for the client or patient to create insight for a resolution of the conflict. Such interpretations typically lead to the patient [with the assistance of the psychoanalyst] confronting and clarifying the patient’s pathological defenses, wishes, and feelings of guilt. In regards to telepathic analysts, it is through telepathic skill and the analysis of conflicts that an analyst can clarify how a patient’s mind is negatively affecting the patient and decide on a form
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach of treatment. Conflicts include those of which contribute to resistance, and conflicts involving transference onto the analyst resulting in distorted reactions. Transference in psychoanalytical terminology is defined as an unconscious redirection of feelings from one participant to another in a psychological sense, not in a psychical sense. However, the addition of telepathic skill in this case is assumed capable of exacerbating the probability and or strength of transference. Telepathists in which tend to be more prone to transference are simulators followed by cognitives. In regards to the third and final component, approaches in treatment vary based on the phenomenology of telepathy, theoretical orientation, and the problem requiring treatment. The most common problems treatable with psychoanalysis include phobias, conversions, compulsions, obsessions, anxiety attacks, depressions, sexual dysfunctions, a variety of relationship issues [e.g. dating and marital issues], a variety of character issues [e.g. shyness, meanness, obnoxiousness, workaholism, hyperdeductiveness, hyperemotionality, hyperfastidiousness, etc]. Classical techniques typically comprised of instructions [i.e. telling the client or patient to attempt to speak what is on their mind, including interferences], exploration [i.e. asking questions], and clarification [i.e. rephrasing and summarizing what has been described by the client or patient]. Today, more evolved techniques are utilized including: interpersonal, intersubjective, relational, and corrective object relations techniques. These techniques involve expressing and ‚empathic a ttunement‛ *i.e. psychological empathy, not psychical empathy] to the client or patient *i.e. creating a sense of ‚warmth‛ via sharing information pertaining to the personal life or attitudes of the analyst to the client or patient]. Overall, telepathic cognitives and simulators will benefit the most from psychoanalytical applications.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a form of depth psychology [i.e. a psychoanalytic approach to therapy and research, which considers the
Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III unconscious mind]. The primary focus of psychodynamic psychotherapy is to reveal the unconscious content of a client or patient’s psyche in an effort to relieve mental tension. While it shares similarities with psychoanalysis, psychodynamic psychotherapy is typically briefer and less intensive. This system relies on interpersonal relationships and takes on its techniques from a variety of sources. Telepathic cognitives and simulators will excel in this field in regards to individual psychodynamic psychotherapy. However, telepathic simulators will excel in group or family psychodynamic psychotherapy while telepathic cognitives may not. Core principles and characteristics in psychodynamic psychotherapy can include:  Emphasizing on the centrality of intrapsychic and unconscious conflicts, and their relation to development,  Seeing defenses as developing in internal mental structures as a means to avoid undesirable consequences or conflict,  A belief that psychopathology [the study of mental illness, distress and abnormal, maladaptive behavior] develops mainly from childhood experiences,  A view that internal representations of experiences are organized around interpersonal relations,  A conviction that life issues and dynamics will re-emerge in the context of the client-therapist relationship as transference and counter-transference [the redirection of a psychotherapists feelings toward a client or patient, or an emotional ‚entanglement,‛ psychological not psychical, between therapist and client],  Use of free association as a primary method for exploration of internal conflicts and problems,  Focusing on interpretations of transference, defense mechanisms, current symptoms, and the working through [the process of repeating, elaboration, and amplifying interpretations] of these present issues,  and trust in insight as a critical component important for success in therapeutic endeavors.
Behavior therapy [or behavior modification] is an approach to psychotherapy that is based on learning theory, which is a philosophy of
Cognitive therapy typically consists of testing the assumptions that a client or patient makes and identifying how certain of one’s typically unquestioned thoughts are distorted. indentifying distorted thinking. Cognitive therapy is most advantageous for telepathic cognitives and simulators. which seeks to assist a client or patient in overcoming difficulties by identifying and altering dysfunctional thinking. probabilistic [viewing behavior as statistically predictable]. particularly if there is the addition of telepathic precognitive skill. and relational [analyzing bidirectional interactions]. Cognitive therapy involves assisting clients or patients in developing skills for modifying beliefs. Once such thoughts have been challenged. and feeling. unrealistic. Behavior therapy is most advantageous for telepathic simulators as the telepathist can ‘feel‛ what the client or patient is feeling as to better understand the client or patient. relating to others individuals in different ways. monistic [rejecting mind-body dualism and treating the client or patient as a unit]. including acting. telepathic cognitives and simulators will excel. can and should be considered as behavior]. 154 . and the telepathist can show the client or patient how to ‚feel‛ via sharing their more stable feelings with them. Treatment options are based on patient-therapist collaboration and on testing beliefs. functional [interested in the effect of consequence a behavior ultimately has]. and emotional responses. thinking. a client or patient’s feelings in regards to the subject matter of those thoughts become more easily subject to modification. In regards to this system. and changing behaviors. Behavior therapy aims to treat psychopathology through techniques in which are designed to reinforce [increasing the rate or probability of a certain type of behavior] desired and eliminate undesired behaviors. contextual [focused on the environment and context]. Behavioral therapies are empirical [data-driven]. unhelpful.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach psychology based on the idea that all things that organisms do. Cognitive Therapy Cognitive therapy is a form of psychotherapy. behavior. or selfdefeating.
and occasionally aversions to addictive substances. anxiety. which is utilized to regress clients or patients to an earlier age as a means to assist the them in recalling or acting out repressed traumatic memories.g. stressrelated illness. It is through the therapeutic application of hypnotic telepathy or telepathic interaction that a telepathist will excel in this system of psychotherapy. as well as treat various conditions including dysfunctional habits. the utilization of relaxation. and assist in pain management and or personal development. Hypnoanalysis has been more commonly utilized to treat war related issues such as shellshock and posttraumatic stress disorder [PTSD]. and rehearsal of positive concepts and imagery during therapy. Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy in which is undertaken with a subject in hypnosis. Techniques still utilized today in hypnotherapy include: Age Regression.e. recalling an earlier. Traditional style hypnotherapy can be viewed as a precursor of cognitive-behavioral therapy as both types of therapies place emphasis upon common sense theoretical explanations. which is a technique in which involves returning the client or patient to an earlier ego-state so the client or patient can regain qualities they once possessed. emotional content. systematic desensitization from hypnotic desensitization]. hypnotherapy is their ideal system. whereby resulting in an increase in strength and confidence]. which is a technique in which involves calling on the client or patient to recall 155 . Hypnoanalysis is a form of hypnotherapy.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III Hypnotherapy While aforementioned systems of psychotherapy can be advantages to telepathic impressionists. Hypnotherapy is typically applied in order to modify a client or patient’s behavior. healthier ego-state. Cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy [CBH] is considered and integrated psychological therapy involving clinical hypnosis and cognitive behavioral therapy. Revivification. but since have lost [i. Traditional hypnotherapy typically involves direct suggestion of symptom removal in conjunction with the utilization of therapeutic relaxation. and attitudes. Many cognitive and behavioral therapies were originally influenced by older hypnotherapy techniques [e.
which is a technique involving a suggestion to be carried out after the trance has ended. Group psychotherapy involves one or more therapists treating a small group of clients or patients together as a whole. as they are typically more receptive while relaxed. Visualization. which involves utilizing an ‚interspersal‛ *the act of combining one thing at intervals among other things] technique and other means to cause effect. PostHypnotic Suggestion. or in a trance.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach past experiences to contribute to therapy. Hypnoanalysis. which is a method where statements are suggested directly to the client or patient. which is a method that involves the client or patient being told to imagine or visualize a desired outcome as a means to make the desire more likely to occur. which is a technique involving a client or patient to recall moments from his or her past. sleeping. which involves addressing the mental state of the client or patient. Direct Suggestion. Guided Imagery. group psychotherapy applies to any form of psychotherapy deli- 156 . which is a method through which the client or patient is more likely to be receptive to indirect suggestion due to an altered state of confusion. Mental State. Group Psychotherapy Group psychotherapy is an ideal therapeutic application for telepathic simulators. the more likely it is accepted and acted upon by the client or patient. as a means to assist the client’s or patient’s parts into negotiating with each other thorough the hypnotherapist to bring about a resolution to the conflict. hypnotherapy is ideal for telepathic impressionists as telepathic hypnotic suggestion typically appears to last longer and appears to be more effective than non-telepathic hypnotic suggestion. Parts Therapy. as to confront them and release associated emotions. Overall. which is a technique founded on the knowledge that the more an idea is repeated. which is a method by which the client or patient is provided a new and relaxing experience. which is a method to identify conflicting parts in which are hindering [damaging] the well-being of the client or patient. Repetition. Confusion. Basically. Indirect Suggestion.
which involves the recognition of shared experiences and feelings among group members. validate their experiences. which involves a form of transference specific to group psychotherapy where members often unconsciously indentify the group therapist and other group members with their own parents 157 .  Instillation of hope.g.  Altruism. expressive therapies [e. and unify whole group feelings. skills training groups [e. each individual of the group can benefit from a lift in self-esteem and learn more adaptive coping styles and interpersonal skills. This therapeutic factor is enhanced via a telepathic simulative approach to therapy. and psycho-education groups. the simulator can telepathically share group experiences throughout the group. which involves members of the group learning factual information in regards to.  Imparting information.g. for example. and through the experience of assisting each other. dance therapy and music therapy]. and serves to remove a group member’s sense of is olation. the recognition that these shared experience and feelings may be widespread or universal human concerns. anger management. Therapeutic factors associated with group psychotherapy and practice include:  Universality.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III vered in a group format including group cognitive-behavioral therapy. share individual feelings across the group. their treatment or in regards to access to services. mindfulness. Types of group therapy include any assisting process in which takes place in a group such as: support groups. and raise self-esteem.  Corrective recapitulation of the primary family experience. Specialized forms of group therapy can include non-verbal therapies such as. relaxation training or social skills training]. as through simulation. though typically it is applied to psychodynamic group therapy. exploring. and examining interpersonal relationships within the group. where the group context and process is explicitly utilized as a mechanism of change by developing. which involves the unselfish concern for the welfare of group members by group members. A group is a setting through which members can assist each other. which involves members at later stages of development or members who have overcome issues encouraging other members at various earlier stages in which are still struggling with same or similar issues.
and achieve goals of altering 158 . personal development can take place in an interpersonal context. a skilled telepathic simulator can assist via psychically sharing information to help group members achieve goals of understanding and being understood. they can achieve relief from chronic feelings such as shame and guilt]. and from belonging. human beings have an instinctive need to belong to groups.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach and siblings. which involves learning that one has to take responsibility for one’s own life incl uding the consequences of one’s own decisions. and validation. Group cohesion is considered the primary factor from which all other factors ‚flow. whereby observing and imitating the therapist and other group members [e. which involves the achievement of greater levels of insight into the origin of one’s problems and the unconscious motivations in which underlie one’s behavior. This final factor overlaps with interpersonal learning. showing concern. Regardless of the factor.  Development of socializing techniques. group members can expand their understanding of the impact of childhood experiences on their personality. which involves group members developing social skills through a modeling process.’  Cohesiveness. which involves the experience of relief from emotional distress via the uninhibited and free expression of emotion [i. *10+ Catharsis.g.‛ As herd animals. Lastly.e.  Interpersonal learning. This stems from giving feedback on the members behavior and impact on others. They may also learn to avoid unconsciously repeating self-defeating past interactive patterns in current relationships.  Imitative behavior.  Existential factors. when members verbally express their story to supportive group members. acceptance. Through the therapist’s interpretations. which involves members taking risks by extending their collection of interpersonal behavior and improving their social skills because of the safe and supportive environment a group setting provides.  Self-understanding. and supporting others]. which involves group members achieving a higher level of self-awareness through interaction with the group. which involves all members of a group feeling a sense of belonging. These factors can be enhanced via the telepathist replacing ‘imitation’ with telepathic ‘simulation. sharing personal feelings.
but rather whether it is possible for a researcher to investigate into the nature of psi. participants. vary from an experimenter effect to effects pertaining to the participants of an experiment. or experimental effects. In parapsychology. Whether the parapsychological abilities of the experimenter helps him or her extrasensorially locate a series of targets in which are more susceptible to higher scoring. this subconscious influence does not involve psychical influence. These patterns. or experients extrasensorially or psychokinetically etc.The parapsychological experimenter effect is not to be confused with the more common experimenter effect. The common definition of the experimenter effect is that it is a form of reactivity [a phenomena that occurs when individuals alter their performance or behavior due to the awareness that they are being observed]. or effect size. As the effect assumes the existence of psi. and behavior for the individuals and or the group’s benefit and well-being. feelings. or directly influence the targets. in which a researcher’s cognitive bias [a pattern of deviation in judgment.. is an indication of the practical importance of an experimental result.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III one’s thoughts. A result is the final consequence of a sequence of actions or events expressed qualitatively or quantitatively. there have been observed particular consistencies or patterns of performance. Experimental Telepathy Experimental Effects The effect. the 159 . the parapsychological experimenter effect does involve the partial dependence of the obtained data on the parapsychological abilities of the experimenter. Experimenter Effect . By definition. locate a group of experients in which are more susceptible to higher scoring. it is not especially problematic for the issue of authenticity. However. which occurs in particular situations] causes them to subconsciously influence the participants of an experiment.
but rather a complex system that is elegantly sensitive to the interactions of psycho- 160 . either within a run. Similar chronological declines may be found across a set of experiments carried out by the same researcher or researchers. researchers typically utilized simple designs that were exciting and motivating for both the researchers and the subjects.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach experimenters influence. may influence experiments in a direction favoring his or her hypothesis. In addition.g. particularly if some of the replications were performed by disinterested researchers. performance often declined within defined units of sections of a test. the result becomes increasingly improbable to have been an artifact of an isolated researcher’s subconscious use of his or her own psi. but rather. Early proof-orientated studies were entirely focused on demonstrating psi. Within a run [25 guesses]. within a session. In early experimental research. meta-analyses in many other disciplines also show declines [e. the goal of later studies was focused on how psi works. the only general defense against the parapsychological experimenter effect is for experimenters to conduct replications of one and other’s experiments. Today. Another reason for decline effects is due to changes in an experimenter’s goal. Position and Decline Effects . scoring in the first half of the experiment is typically superior to that in the second half of the experiment The subject’s performance may in addition gradually decline over the duration of the experiment. A decline effect is defined as the tendency for high scores in a psi test to decrease. Decline effects are not unique to psi research. the biological sciences]. Contrastingly. researchers in these studies are not working with a highly stable object. These studies utilize designs that are more complicated and are typically less personally motivating. When a given result is confirmed via various independent experimenters. or over a longer duration. Such declines may be the result of the effects of boredom or gradual disinterest.A position effect is defined as the tendency of scores in a psi test to vary systematically according to the location of the trial on the record sheet. In these studies. whether nonintentionally or not.
perhaps signaling the operation of some kind of experimenter effect. two. therefore. lesser attention is focused on these effects due to the progression of experimental methodologies such as utilizing computers to carry out procedures. However. and instances of distractibility. However. Per my research. Displacement . Differential Effect . from the actual target designed for that particular trial. The differential effect is one of three examples of a replicable effect in parapsychology. decline effects are expected in psi research efforts. Backwards displacement involves the target being extrasensorial cognized preceding the intended target of one. Assumptions in regards to displacement involve correlations between displacement effects and negative moods and attitudes such as impatience. In addition. Forward displacement involves the target being responded to later than the intended target by one or two.Displacement involves a form of ESP where the experient consistently obtains information pertaining to a target that is one or more removed. typically with psi hitting in one and psi missing in the other. spatially or temporally. anxiety may also be an underlying factor in this effect. 161 . but in other instances the effect appears to be quite unpredictable.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III logical processes. or more steps. Typically this effects is appears meaningful. or more steps. Psi is a highly dynamic and interactive process. today. or a result of the experient having difficulty indentifying which target is ‚important‛ among other nearby possible targets. the effect may be the result of the experient curiously exploring [searching] beyond the immediate target. but rather appears to be indicative of clairvoyance. spatial displacement does appear to apply to telepathy.The differential effect involves the utilization of two contrasting conditions in an experiment in which may result in different levels of performance under the two conditions. Temporal displacement does not appear to apply to telepathy.
In other words. 162 . Improvement Role of Feedback . are assumed the result of inadequate opportunities for learning.In regards to the decline effect. the experient would be less likely to learn when he or she was utilizing psi. It is assumed by the parapsychological community that it is still too early to deduce whether telepathic performance can be enhanced via the application of learning principles. there is a reasonable probability of ending up with a significant result purely by chance. a degree in which appears to be limited by several normal psychological and physiological processes [i. researchers need to be better able to specify the conditions under which these effects are expected to occur to identify genuine significant results. For instance.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Effects in Post Hoc Analyses . it is advantageous for the experient to utilize the experimental process as an opportunity to learn about their ability via the provision of immediate feedback.In the context of design and analysis of experiments. but the issue is considered of such importance as to warrant considerable research effort including my own. if the experient were only told the result of the experiment at the end of an experimental session. therefore. the application of learning principles does appear to enhance telepathic performance to a degree. Some parapsychologists recommend the experient be informed of correctness during each call as it is made. telepathic enhancement appears to have its limits. chronological declines.e. and in undertaking all types of post hoc analyses to test for the presence of these diverse patterns. biologically speaking. Per my research. and poor performance in general. These various effects cannot be regarded as meaningful. post hoc analysis refers to looking at the data postexperiment for patterns that were not specified a priori [known prior to the experiment]. The occurrence of many of the aforementioned effects cannot yet be anticipated. whereby providing the experient with a chance to determine what they may have been doing differently in trials in which calls were correct verses incorrect. as does any other human ability].
*3+ Qualit ative data analysis can require a wide variety of forms. and methodologically speaking. Qualitative methods produce information only pertaining to particular case studied. In qualitative research:  Cases can be selected purposely. where. rather than just the what. analysis. and interpretation of observations for discovering underlying meanings and pat- 163 . or facts. psychological or personality patterns]. They seek to understand the reasons and laws that govern such behaviors. Therefore. In other words. Qualitative Research Analysis Qualitative research is a method of inquiry utilized by various academic disciplines but also in further contexts. qualitative means a non-numerical data collection or an explanation based on the attributes of source data [e. rather than larger samples. The first type involves the search for qualitative evidence for psi phenomena. *2+ The researcher’s role receives greater critical attention. Qualitative researchers aim to gather an in-depth understanding of the behavior of experients of psi and psi itself.g. qualitative research approaches analysis holistically and contextually. The second type involves the search for quantitative evidence for psi phenomena.e. to establish hypotheses. with an open mind. Approaches to psychical research typically involve the search for one of two types of evidence. and investigate into the why and how of psi. is typically utilized for exploration [i. In addition. theories. according to whether or not they typify certain behaviors or characteristics. and any more general conclusions are to be only regarded as hypotheses [informative guesses]. hypothesis generating] or for explaining puzzling quantitative results. or a combination of the two types of evidence.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III Research Methods Research can be defined as the search for knowledge. smaller but focused samples are more often required. Qualitative research is required in the examination. and when of psi. or as any type of systematic investigation.
and their relationships.  Collection of empirical data. Quantitative methods produce information only in regards to the particular cases studied. probabilistic measurement models are typically employed in parapsychology. Quantitative research utilizing statistical methods begin with the collection of data based on a theory or hypothesis.  Evaluation of results. Contrastingly. Probabilistic Research Analysis In a classical sense. This includes classifications of types of phenomena in a manner that does not involve mathematical models. Examples of qualitative and statistical research in parapsychology include approaches utilizing cards and dice. To engage in psychical research. and hypotheses. theories. and any more general conclusions are deemed hypotheses. phenomena.  The development of instruments and methods for measurement. Quantitative research is typically made utilizing scientific methods that can include:  The generation of models.  Modeling and analysis of data. validation. a big sample of data is collected and will require verification. Quantitative Research Analysis Quantitative research refers to the systematic empirical investigation of qualitative properties. and or hypotheses in regards to phenomena. Such methods can be utilized to verify which hypotheses are correct.  Experimental control and manipulation of variables. The process of measurement is primary to quantitative research because it provides the critical connection between empirical observation and mathematical expression of quantitative relationships.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach terns of relationships. Typically. and recording prior to analysis. The probability of guessing the identity of an 164 . theories and definitions in which underpin measurement are generally deterministic. one is required to formulate the statistical means of evaluating data yielded via such experiments. The objective of qualitative research is to develop and utilize mathematical models. such as the mean chance expectation. theories.
The judge can be the receiver. If the experiment is forced-choice. In other words. A free-response experiment is defined as any ESP experiment in which the range of possible targets is relatively unlimited and is unknown to the receiver. free-response experiments require a judge to identify which of the target and decoy possibilities was the actual target.g. Example: ‛If a participant completed 30 runs *750 trials] and had 175 hits. or chance.02. the actual performance could be compared to MCE. Z would equal 2.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III ESP card is 1/5 one would expect the experient to produce on average 1/5 of 25. or an independent judge who considers a number of experimental results after the study is concluded [i. correct calls purely by random guessing. The statistic utilized for such a comparison is a form of a standard or Z score known as a critical ratio [CR].28 or larger is 0. A forced-choice experiment is any ESP experiment in which a receiver is required to make a response that is limited to a range of possibilities [e.‛ – H. therefore permitting a free response to whatever impressions come to mind. a specific target] known in advance.28. If you look in a table of areas under the normal curve the two-tailed probability [p] of obtaining Z = 2. the mean chance expectation [MCE] is 5 per run. or 5.e. The judge is required to be ‚shielded‛ from any information pertaining to the actual 165 .05+. all experiments within a study are concluded]. This [hypothetical] subject therefore has exhibited a level of success that statistically is unlikely to have been due simply to chance *p<. The critical ratio is the ratio of a particular deviation from the mean value to the standard deviation. then experimenters will be required to formulate the statistical means [mean chance expectation] of the results yielded during the experiment. While forced-choice experimental targets are fairly clear-cut. Irwin Experimental Applications There are two main types of experiments: forced-choice experiments and free-response experiments. By conducting the experient through and extended series of runs.
‛ Intuition-Based Targets Intuition-based targets can include feelings.‛ In telepathic simulation.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach targets identity. it 166 . A way to avoid possible sensory cues can include utilizing identical target sets. Telepathic Experimental Targets In a telepathy experiment.g. The more targets involved. evoking an emotional response in another individual is subject to association. the target is the telepathist’s ‚impressed thought or action. Just because an emotional thought may evoke a particular emotion in the telepathist. the greater the challenge for the receiver. or shared. emotional thoughts. involving one target. these include intuition-based targets. the target is the shared ‚thought‛ or ‚feeling. the target is the idea that the participant [telepathist or subject] attempts to identify via information telepathically acquired. utilizing emotional targets is quite simple. touched by] the sender. Whether the emotional information is known. or the more decoys involve. It is important that the judge is not looking at any of the targets that may have been entangled with [e. The experimental targets that will be mentioned shortly can be mono-modal. or creasing that may provide sensory cues as to the targets identity. and hallucination-based targets. and one for judging.‛ In telepathic interaction. Intuition-based targets are more generalized targets utilized typically for abstract ‚feelings. Physical traces can include greasy fingerprints. In telepathic cognition. involving two related targets. However.‛ while hallucinationbased targets are more ‚sensory-based. and can include some appreciation of the identity of the person from whom. the emotion relates. impressed.‛ There are two main categories of targets for telepathy experiments. the target is the subjects ‚thought‛ or ‚feeling. or rather. one for sending. as such an encounter may leave a physical trace on the targets via the sender. or the situation to which. perfume. or bimodal.
However. and trust. In addition. Because of this. as to not focus on why the event made the individual sad.  Negative thoughts: doubt. experimenters are typically inclined to begin experients with more contrasting emotional targets such as love and hate. and relaxed and stress. shock. helplessness. and vice versa.  Agitation: stress. then only visual targets should be utilized. because intuitive impressions are typically weak feelings. content. Because many emotional targets ‚feel‛ somewhat similar.  Negative and uncontrollable: anxiety. and irritation. and sadness. serene. and worry. happiness. targets can be slightly too highly subject to association. and shame. disappointment.  Positive thoughts: courage. Depending on the form.  Negative and passive: boredom. guilt. Emotional targets can be categorized into representational types. delight. elation.] Stronger emotions may bring about higher hit rates. joy. friendliness. envy. while weaker emotions may bring about more challenging experiments. or in cases where experients reports more than one form of 167 . and surprise. If an experient only reports visual hallucinations in the past. despair. embarrassment. but to focus on the feeling of sadness itself. or very similar. empathy [non-psychical empathy]. and love. the participants should focus on the emotion more so than the thought [e. Experimenters should utilize hallucinatory targets best suited per experient based on their psychical history. relieved. ideal experimental settings are very low in sensory stimuli. satisfaction. relaxed. trust and fear. annoyance. it appears that over time. fear. In this case.  Negative and forceful: anger.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III may not result in the same evoked emotion in the subject. powerlessness. Hallucination-Based Targets Hallucinatory targets are targets specific to a form of sensory hallucination.  Positive and lively: amusement.  Caring: affection. disgust.  Reactive: interest. frustration. contempt. excitement. hope. and tension.g. hurt. and pleasure. an experient can adapt to or integrate new forms of sensory hallucinations. and therefore are harder to sense. pride.  Quite positive: calm.
diamonds. as the subject was required to choose the correct suite and face value for the guess to be considered a hit. Included in this set of cards are five different symbols: a square [formerly a rectangle]. In addition. and wavy lines.In parapsychological research efforts. five of each symbol. the impressionist would choose a card from the shuffled deck. This binary issue resulted in inconvenient scoring. and then attempt to impress the thought of the symbol onto the subject. To utilize these cards in an experiment. ace. In regards to a telepathic cognitive. a cross [or plus sign]. the subject would pick up the card and focus on the symbol while the cognitive attempted to ‚know‛ the symbol the subject was viewing. more than one type of hallucinatory target can be utilized. parapsychologists sought out simpler stimulus cards to which a statistical random-guessing model would be more applicable. either of the two aforementioned methods can be utilized [e. focus first on the symbol on the card. but once again. one. Visual Targets . However. In regards to telepathic simulators. clubs. these visual targets were objected to in later studies. a star. the identity of a playing card involves two bits of information. hearts. In place of playing cards. a circle. etc. digits and letters were utilized. Later on. in regards to a telepathic impressionist. the suit [e. aces] that might invalidate the model.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach sensory hallucination. A standard pack of Zener cards is comprised of 25 cards. as the probability of correctly guessing the identity of a playing card was theoretically 1 in 52. the telepathist views the card 168 .g. The reasoning behind this stems from the deduction that the randomguessing model of performance in regards to playing cards would be invalid. preference became an issue. an experimental parapsychologist suggested a few elementary geometrical symbols [once called Zener symbols] to be placed onto cards know called Zener cards.g. it became clear that subjects had preferences for certain cards [e.]. two.g. However. and spades] and the face value [e.g. one of the first forms of visual targets utilized for ESP-based experiments were playing cards. Initially.
the subject attempts to sketch the object while the telepathic cognitive attempts to ‚know‛ the description of the object the subject is drawing. as aforementioned. the subject will be viewing a 169 . Color cards consist of 25 cards. In a telepathic cognitive experimental setup. individuals. a horse]. photographs of a participant’s spouse]. Once the telepathist knows the description of the object. the telepathist then begins to sketch the object.‛ In a telepathic cognitive experimental setup. Because of associational issues. rather they tend to evoke a clear set of conscious meanings in which serve to exclude extrasensorial information. the telepathist is viewing a picture of the object while focusing on impressing the description of the object onto the subject. the subject begins to sketch the object. With experiments involving drawings. the evidence for the occurrence of telepathy relies upon the apparent similarity between the picture viewed/sketched and the sketch drawn. ‚an extreme degree of familiarity in which is accompanied by highly predictable cognitive associates and behavioral responses. the telepathist and the subject exchange roles. The latter suggests that these targets are to meaningful to evoke positive scoring as targets. Here. or targets known all too well or ‚ove rlearned‛ *e. leads to such rapid closure that psi-missing is likely. and purple. five of each of the following colors: red. photographs should be of familiar objects. In a telepathic impressionistic experimental setup. Contrastingly. Once the subject has been impressed. blue.g. In a telepathic simulative experimental setup.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III or the subject views the card].g. or events.g. The most common type of visual target utilized today is that of a photograph of an object. In contrast. one participant will view the picture of the object and the participant will attempt to sketch the object. yellow. Drawings are typically of one common object [e. Familiarity is assumed to facilitate a sense of pertinence to the task whereby increasing psi-hitting. photographs of strangers+. An alternative to Zener cards are color cards. negative correlations have been found when utilizing targets not known or have been experienced by the individual [e. Another type of visual target commonly utilized is a drawing. green.
Contrast to the audio variation of this type of target. When utilizing names. big. Words should not look similar. In a telepathic impressionistic experimental setup. the telepathist will be viewing a photograph familiar to the subject.‛ therefore. or common types of descriptive adjectives such as: loud. A slightly less popular type of visual target is the name of a familiar person. where the name or word is spoken aloud. will be more advantageous. or word. the names or words should be familiar to at least the telepathist. the subject will attempt to choose the erotic card [e. the names or words should be familiar to at least the 170 .g. or a familiar word. or the card on the right]. is written on a piece of paper and viewed by one participant while the other participant attempts to identify the name or word. Rather. one participant will view the erotic and blank card while the other participant attempts to choose the erotic card. soft. Once impressed. the subject will view one erotic card and one blank card side by side while the telepathist attempts to know which is the erotic card [e. the names cannot be ‚overlearned. In a telepathic impressionistic experimental setup. the telepathist will view one erotic card and one blank card while the telepathist attempts to impress the spatial location of the erotic card onto the subject. one participant will be viewing a photograph familiar to the other participant. In a telepathic simulative experimental setup. here the name. In a telepathic cognitive experimental setup. This also applies to ‚overlearned‛ words such as very common words like the or have. the words should relate to an object or action. In a telepathic simulative experimental setup. Another type of visual target involves an erotic picture or photograph. Examples of this can include: common types of objects such as animals. In this type of experiment. the card on the left. but hold a similar theme. and blue. utilizing the names of acquaintances.g. In a telepathic impressionistic experimental setup. the card on the left]. written on a piece of paper. In a telepathic cognitive experimental setup. rathe r than close friends or family members.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach photograph familiar to the telepathist. the erotic image is placed on a card and paired with another card that is blank.
or musical themes. regardless of the size of the study. However. possibly due to the similarity of dynamic images. as opposed to less than interesting geometric symbols or photographs. the distance of the target form a participant appears to have no linear effect on performance. In addition. in regards to experimental dream-based setups. are considered advantageous. However. but conversely. While still images have been more commonly utilized throughout the history of ESP testing. These findings are parallel to studies involving still erotic images over still neutral images. Overall. In a telepathic simulative experimental setup. While familiarity. When conducting experiments with very few participants. Audio Targets . Contrastingly. recent studies indicate that dynamic images may be more effective. the size of the target itself does not appear to affect performance. it appears simpler to utilize more generalized visual targets based on common interest. Dynamic images are assumed to be more cognitively salient then still images. movie or video clips are utilized during experiments in which are familiar to the participants. emotionally negative dynamic images tend to result in more hits than emotionally positive or neutral dynamic images. emotionally evocative visual targets are typically preferred by experimenters. and general experience. studies utilizing musical theme-based targets typically resulted in some- 171 . real-life ESP settings. a dynamic image is defined as a moving image such as a movie or video. sounds. there is little empirical evidence to support this preference. parapsychologists have often had to sacrifice ecological validity in favor of practical considerations. Typically. but not ‚overlearned‛ targets. However. individual participants tend to differ so much in their response to various types of targets that achieving generalizations is difficult. phrases. In laboratory testing. the names or words should be familiar to both participants. both types of targets yielded significant results.Audio targets can include familiar words.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III subject. in larger studies. A still image is defined as a single static image. In studies where audio targets alongside visual targets have been utilized as stimuli in ESP experiments. rhymes.
‛ Audio sound targets can include common sound themes such as animal sounds. Audio word targets. Audio phrase targets can consist of any common. showing both types of targets are somewhat equally advantageous to utilize in ESP experiments. sound. rainfall. rhymes. but not ‚overfamiliar‛ short phrase. In a telepathic cognitive experimental setup. the song ‚Memories‛ from the musical ‚Cats.‛ Audio rhyme targets can include common rhymes such as ‚Rain rain go away.‛ or the ‚Happy Days‛ television show theme. sound. phrase. rhymes. or musical theme. or musical theme onto the subject. attempts to identify the word.‛ ‚Where there is a will there is a way. or television shows such as the ‚Mission Impossible‛ movie theme. the telepathist will be in one room attempting to impress the word. sound. Audio musical theme targets can include short audio clips of common themes from popular movies. hum. sound. phrase. like visual word targets. However. or musical theme in–mind or express aloud.‛ or ‚Rome wasn’t build in a day.g. Audio targets are most commonly utilized in experiments employing sensory deprivation-based techniques involving one participant isolated in either a soundproof room or wearing noise canceling headphones. while the telepathist. while the subject will be sensorially isolated in another room attempting to identify the impressed word. sound of ocean waves crashing on the shore]. These phases can include common saying such as ‚The early bird gets the worm. rhymes. phrase. etc. the subject will either say. while the other 172 . sound.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach what more significant results when compared to the results of visual target-based experiments. should consist of types of common words or common descriptive adjectives. come again some other day. play. rhymes. or musical theme. or musical theme in-mind or express aloud in one room. nature sounds [e. In a telepathic simulative experimental setup. musicals.‛ or ‚A friend in need is a friend indeed. the difference between the audio and visual studies was not significant. rhyme. or sing the word. phrase. sensorially isolated in another room. one participant should be in one room focusing on the word. In a telepathic impressionistic experimental setup. phrase.
Tactile targets can include evoking a variety of physical sensations in one participant for the other participant to attempt to identify. can include various types of fragrances such as perfumes. Fragrances can be utilized in experiments to entangle participants. incense appears to be the most commonly utilized as incense is already common in many meditation practices. phrase. fragrances possess a wealth of potential in telepathy experiments. stretching in. Thermoceptive targets involve one participant applying either a heated or cooled object against a particular region of the body in one room. itching on. Olfactive Targets . and mechanoreceptive. as fragrances are particularly effective as memory cues and are particularly effective in evoking the emotional elements of memories. The magnitude of evoked memories is greater in regards to fragrance cues then when the same memories are evoked utilizing visual cues. while in another room. Overall. and essential oils. utilizing different fragrances as individual olfactive targets. the second participant attempts to identify which specific part of the body the object is being applied. Whether it is a common fragrance in the participant’s effective rooms during an experiment in which makes their sensory environments more similar. incenses. or musical theme.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III participant is sensorially isolated in another room attempting to identify the word. fMRI studies indicate that subjective experiences involving the emotional potency of fragrance-evoked memories are correlated with specific activation in the amygdala [a region of the brain shown to perform a primary role in the processing and memory of emotional reactions]. or tugging or pulling on the skin of a specific area 173 . and attempts to identify whether the sensation is either heat or a lack of heat [cool]. or scent targets. rhymes. Tactile Targets . sound. There are two main types of tactile targets: thermoceptive.Olfactive targets. or utilizing fragrances pre-experiment to entangle participants [typically coupled with joint meditation or synchronized breathing]. colognes. applying a mildly vibratory object to. In addition. Mechanoreceptive targets involve one participant either applying pressure to.
the second participant attempts to identify which specific part of the body is the target. more specifically. Except perhaps the latter. and another participant in another room with a personal computer. meditation. background music. spontaneity of response. vibratory. appear to affect the success of the experiment. itch. the receiver can be told the body part prior to the experiment. dreaming. there has been substantial evidence to support these states of consciousness as psi conducive. and drug intoxication. as indentifying one sensation amidst many other sensations being perceived at the time of the experiment by the sender [e. while in another room. Popular states of consciousness include hypnosis. hypnagogic states. tug. This also allows the receiver to know ‚where to look‛ for the sensation on the sender. progressive relaxation.g. the procedural feature that has possibly received the most attention is the experients state of mind during testing. Computer Simulation Computer simulation in regards to telepathy experiments typically involves one participant alone in one room with a personal computer. lighting levels. sensory [perceptual] deprivation via the ganzfeld simulation. pressure on the feet while standing] can pose a greater challenge for the receiver. For example. and reward or punishment]. At the same time. rate of response. and attempts to identify the sensation [pressure.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach of the body in one room. whereby only having to identify the sensation type. or pull]. the experients state of consciousness. Procedural Techniques and Methods The experimental setting or physical conditions under which the experient completes a test. stretch. While various procedural variables have been studied [e. a simpler experiment can be mono-modal.g. and procedures utilized during experiments. In 174 . While these experiments posses a bimodal element [body part and sensation type].
or photos. However. a judge compares guesses to actual targets to identify psi hits and misses. Participants should limit visual targets to simple 175 . color cards. incense]. Firstly. joint meditation can also be utilized as a form of experiment. This experiment can be modified to include audio or other types of targets. Both the partner and the telepathist should situate themselves in a meditatively conducive atmosphere and sit back-to-back or face-to-face.g. Typically. Computer simulated visual targets most commonly include Zener cards. a visual target is shown to one participant. Neither participant should be further than two feet from the other. Once all targets are identified. or through synchronized breathing. the participant attempting to identify a target is notified if their guess is a hit or miss per target via the computer software being utilized for the experiment. Because of this. this type of experiment should be utilized solely for self-evidence of telepathic phenomena. the one participant will view in-mind a visual target and attempt to transfer the description of the visual target to the other participant by focusing on a need to do so.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III this type of experiment. smelling the same scent [e. Popular techniques for joint meditation involve listening to the same music [e. after the experiment has ended.For this experiment. but experimental evidence is not supportable in this type of experiment due to the high probability of sensory cues. playing cards. while the other participants attempt to identify the target with or without possible target choices. Computer simulation experiments can also include audio targets such as sound clips and musical theme clips etc. rhythmic drumming]. the telepathist will be required to collaborate with a close friend or relative.g. This method in regards to psi testing is typically utilized before an experiment as a means to ‚entangle‛ participants for later telepathy experiments. Dual Visual Testing . Joint Meditation Joint meditation is a form of meditation in which two participants attempt to meditate in the same room.
Colors can also be utilized such as yellow. Sensory Deprivation Sensory deprivation is defined as the deliberate reduction or removal of stimuli from one or more of the senses. and conducive to meditation. shortterm sensory deprivation can also result in visual hallucinations such as seeing faces or objects that are not physically present. the processing of psi information is internal. as the deprivation of patterned sensory input is assumed conducive to inwardly generated impressions only. etc. Because of this. which is an entoptic phenomenon characterized by seeing light void of light actually being absorbed by the eye. headphones through which white or pink noise is played. and purple. being heightened as more attention is placed on remaining senses the individual is not deprived of. These types of hallucination are a form of phosphene. hallucinations can occur called closed-eye hallucinations. extended sensory deprivation can result in anxiety. green. noise-canceling headphones. or visual images of single objects to which both participants are familiar. and depression. In general. or the subject to be in a darkened room. such hallucinations resulting from sensory deprivation are assumed meaningless. Short-terms sessions of sensory deprivation are typically relaxing. red. Devices utilized for visual and auditory deprivation include blindfolds. Simple designs can be those of Zener symbols. white noise machines. such as smell. while the origin of psi information may be external. On the other hand. sensory de- 176 .Telepathy: A Quantum Approach designs and replace simple designs with more challenging designs over time. blue. In healthy individuals. It can also result in other senses. hallucinations. fans. which is called faulty source monitoring. Participants should determine pre-experiment if the experiment is to be forced-choice or free-response. However. In visual sensory deprivation techniques involving the eyes of the subject to be closed. orange. psi-conducive. Hallucinations are caused by the brain misidentifying the source of what is currently being experienced.
resulting from a small amount of light penetrating the eyelids and taking on the color the blood within them. There are five recognized levels of closed-eye hallucinations that can be achieved via meditative relaxation techniques. in a bright room. in regards to experients with sensory sensitivities. disorganized motions become apparent. It involves a seemingly random noise of pointillistic light/dark regions [dots] void of apparent shape or order. and is described as a form of perception that can be immediately experienced in normal waking consciousness.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III privation is assumed psi conducive in that the mind attempts to generate hallucinations in-mind as a means to describe psi information. sleep disorders. When visually perceived via the conscious intent to do so. the darkness/red is not flat and unchanging. and in motion. but the majority can ascend levels via effort and time. or migraines. if the experient focuses on the area for several minutes.The second level of hallucinations involves visual light/dark flashes through which can be somewhat controlled via mental exertion. a dark red can be visually perceived.The first level of hallucinations is the most basic form. and decreased post-meditation. However. Level 2: Light/Dark Flashes . In either case. complex. Such regions can be viewed when the experients eyes are closed and the experient is viewing the back of their eyelids. but rather. the superimposed visual noise does not obscure physical vision. reports suggest some individuals may see visual noise more strongly than others may. These motions appear as a random field of lightness/darkness that is superimposed over the blackness/redness of the experients closed eyelids. which is termed visual noise. In addition. In addition. this form of hallucination typically requires relaxation and concentration. When the experient is re- 177 . However. in fact the experient may not even be aware that their visual field is highly patterned. Some experients may find themselves limited to lower levels. Level 1: Visual Noise . this phenomenon may be somewhat intrusive to their visual experiences and this intrusiveness may be increased during mediation.
or pink to appear within the visual noise. thoughts will visually manifest as objects or environments. It is in this state that many experients of ESP phenomena find themselves throughout the day to day. green. These patterns are described as fractal-like. These visuals are initiated prior to sleep and are described as complex motions of patterns that are directly visible void of great effort.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach laxed. chevrons. Level 5: Overriding of Physical Perception . swirling vortexes. blackness.‛ At this level. Such visuals appear during deep concentration or meditative states held for long periods. At this level. dots. geometric. Level 4: Objects and Environments . In this state. and U-shapes. but appear fleeting in nature. whereby leaving behind an intense. the e xperients 178 . the once visual noise will appear to calm and disperse. zigzags. or even perhaps colors such as yellow. Level 3: Colorful Visuals and Hypnagogic Hallucinations . As with visual noise.The fourth level of hallucinations requires a deep state of meditation. These patterns can also appear when an experient lies down for the evening and closes their eyes. visual perceptive increases and decreases may result from preexisting medical conditions or via meditation. Such noise can span the whole region of the experients visual field. When this level is achieved. and are termed hypnagogic hallucinations. This level is the ideal level to be obtained by participants in a sensory deprivation-based experimental setup. flat. bright whiteness. the experient may appear to see physical objects in which are not actually physically present. flecks.The fifth level of hallucinations involves a point where the experient will be perceived by the outside world as unconscious or ‚insane. grids. and experients may feel motion when their eyes are closed. but the experient will still see the object field superimposed over their physical vision. it is possible for the experient to cause a region of intense blackness.The third level of hallucinations involves colorful visuals. The visual field will become an active space. ordered. The opening of the eyes will return the experients back to the physical world.
The result.‛ of which the experient may think he or she has gone blind. Such a state can lead the experient towards losing their grip on reality and result in severely emotional content. The Ganzfeld effect is a phenomenon of visual perception caused by an experient staring at an undifferentiated and uniform field of color such as black in a darkened room. This state has also been identified in correlation to shamanic shape-shifting. 179 . This overriding of physical perception state can be particularly dangerous if not achieved in a safe setting conducted by professionals trained to deal with individuals in such a trance state. This radical transformation of imagery can situate the experient as though they are within the experience. when the experient is removed from the darkened room. This effect is canceled. These perceptions will completely dominate and replace open-eye physical perceptions. Such states have been reported by experients of telepathy where the mind of the telepath appears dominated by information telepathically received. The Ganzfeld experimental setup uses homogeneous and non-patterned sensory stimulation to produce an effect similar to sensory deprivation. the strongest quantifiable evidence for telepathy to date. or white in an outdoor area complexly blanketed with snow. and vision is returned. red with the eyes closed in a bright room. This effect can result in hallucinations and altered states of mind. where physical perception is overridden in such a way that the shaman believes they have transformed into an animal. ‚seeing black. in fact.The Ganzfeld experimental setup is based on the Ganzfeld effect. Such experiments have yielded significant empirical evidence of extrasensory perception. The effect is described as the loss of vision as the experients brain cuts off the unchanging signal from the eyes. opens their eyes. or comes across an object of another color. therefore this effect has be utilized in parapsychological experiments as it has been found for many years to be psi-conducive.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III internal perceptions and think-it\feel-it perceptions become stronger than those of their physical perceptions. Ganzfeld Simulation Experiment . and are typically physically paralyzed during the experience.
In regards to telepathic interaction during relaxation or sleep. 180 .As aforementioned. experiments involving telepathic cognitives as senders may be more successful when utilizing soft white light verses red. Dream State Experiment . Once placed. After a half hour has passed. Because this applies to psi. psi experiences typically occur when an individual is relaxed or asleep [i. In addition. structured visual stimulation is excluded by placing halves of ping-pong balls over the closed eyes of the receiver. While this type of experimental setup was initially utilized by parapsychologists prior to the development of the Ganzfeld experimental setup. many studies have been conducted.g. In the morning. This procedure is repeated throughout the night for each REM period during that night. and the subject dictates a verbal account of his or her dream. a soft red light is directed at the halved pingpong balls. structured auditory stimulation is excluded via the presentation of electronic noise [e. soft and continual radio static] through a pair of headphones.e. it also applies to telepathy. The receiver lies on a mattress or in a reclining chair to become habituated in addition to a uniform level of tactile and proprioceptive stimulation. which is isolated from the subject is alerted to begin concentrating on a randomly selected target object [famous painting or photograph]. the telepathy test should be commenced [e. once the subject is asleep [reaches rapid eye movement or REM]. When the subject exits out of REM. indicated by the subjected being connected to an EEG machine. the subject is asked to dictate an overall impression of the dreams. Based on my correlations between light and different forms of telepathy. when external sensory stimuli are minimum]. the sender should view the visual target and the receiver should voice their impressions]. this type of experimental setup is still commonly utilized.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Under the Ganzfeld procedure. an agent [telepathist]. and experiments involving telepathic simulators as senders may be more successful when utilizing soft purple or violet light.g. the subject is awakened by the experimenter. In experiments involving sleeping subjects.
This is because alpha waves are associated with a relaxed. Once the average dream state time or sequence has been assumed.In studies pertaining to the investigation of possible remote psychophysiological interactions between sensorially isolated participants. Once the average dream state time is reached. mid evening. The subject logs for one week the assumed time per evening they believe themselves to enter a dream state. or the telepathist as the receiver with the agent being another participant in another location perceiving a target. in an experimental context. in another room or in another home]. a basic experimental setup is suggested as follows. refers to the recording of the brain’s spontaneous electrical a ctivity over a short period. In parapsychological experiments involving EEG measurements.g. The subject should then average their REM times for the period of that week. the subject should return to their home and attempt to sleep that evening. photic [light] stimulation and EEG mea- 181 . The experiment can be altered for telepathic cognitives by having the telepathist act as an agent attempting to receive the dreams of the subject [the subject can be asked to focus on a particular target prior to sleep]. This experimental setup can be utilized by telepathic simulators in addition to impressionists. early morning]. or electroencephalograph. Photic Simulation Experiment . the telepathic impressionist should attempt to impress a target onto the mind of the subject. as recorded from multiple electrodes positioned on the scalp. Times should be averaged in digits [5:00 am] and in sequences [early evening. a high amount or density of alpha wave [8-13Hz] activity may be a good predictor of performance if the experient reports feeling that they are in an altered state of consciousness.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III Since the average experient of telepathic phenomena does not have access to an EEG machine. passive state of mind. EEG-Based Experiments An EEG machine. which appears to be psi conducive. regardless of distance [e.
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach surements are common. they exhibit like behaviors at the macroscopic scale. Therefore. rather than the distant stimuli themselves. rather than more traditional psychological [behavioral] measures. such interactions could be described as correlations rather than ‚remote sources‛ as it is still unclear whether they exhibit both the same physiological characteristics as responses to direct light stimulation. Such studies involve stimulating senders with intermittent light flashes at 6 and 16Hz. These experiments suggest that receivers are responding to the sender’s stimulation. Such studies suggest that when two experients. Conceptual replications of this study continue to explore the na- 182 . These stimulating flashes typically consist of trains of 100 flashes at random intervals. whereby the visual stimulation of the receiver is measured while the sender is being stimulated. Involving EEGs and fMRIs add potential advantages [i. Here experiments make use of physiological measures as dependant variables. of telepathy have an existing emotional relationship prior to an experiment. In addition. studies show similar results in regards to strangers with basic pre-session interaction as opposed to any other form of emotional connection. These physiological responses involve a measurable change in physiological parameters at a stage of the perceptual process. such measures could help identify some of the underlying neural mechanisms involved in telepathic-based processes]. Such physiological responses are displayed even when the sender and receiver are separated in two different Faraday cages [an enclosure formed by conducting material in which blocks out external static electrical fields] suggesting the involvement of quantum non-local communication. This stems from the assumption that the perception of telepathic-based information inevitably results in some form of physiological response or another.e. whereby demonstrating visual evoked potentials. as is the case with nontelepathic related perception. Measuring such physiological responses is also valuable in attempts to detecting subtle telepathic-based perceptual responses that exist solely at the subconscious level leaving receivers consciously unaware of influence. or seemingly non-experients.
phase-locked power increases during the post-stimulus period]. I hypothesize the system does this as a means to predict physical events in which results in a physiological effect. as remote responses appear to start around -150ms pre-stimulus. This difference suggests the presence of an anomalous effect during remote stimulation periods. or to direct telepathic perception of the remote stimuli. The parietal/occipital locus of the effect is consistent with what would be expected from the alpha component of such visually evoked responses. the EEG measurements of the receiver changes in power in the same direction as that seen when senders themselves are stimulated [i. I believe it does this as a means to eliminate potential temporal failures such as delay between system-based [Nature] stimuli and system responses. while senders are stimulated with photic [light] flashes. it is as though the receiver is ‚anticipating‛ the photic stimulation during the pre-stimulation period. I have hypothesized that this temporal and spatial anomaly is the result of the direct interaction of Natures probabilistic subsystem postentanglement/pre-stimulation. Oddly enough. In photic stimulation studies. which could otherwise result in reduced performance or failure of response. 183 .Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III ture of these effects. suggesting this anomaly is dependent on the sensory stimulation of another participant.‛ The te mporal issue with the observed effect raises additional questions. In other words. The anomaly also cannot be attributed to a general methodological flaw. and tend to peak 50ms before the senders response to direct stimulation.e. while the sensory stimulation for the sender is consistent throughout the experiment. a significant difference is found in the remote [receiver] photic stimulation logs showing post. which further suggests the presence of a ‚remote response. as to attempt to clarify whether interpersonal relationships and prior interaction between senders and receivers is a variable affecting the observed effect. This anomaly is not found in studies involving a sender not paired with a receiver [clairvoyant studies].and prestimulus power.
Video Image Stimulation Experiment . Basically. However. pre. which I assume also enables remote viewing and precognition in experients of clairvoyance. Therefore. not telepathy-based. This area of the brain has recently been assumed by my research alone to be at least partially responsible for interpreting signals pertaining to current and potential [future] events. when involving photic stimulation. If not.Similar experiments have been conducted involving the examination of EEG measurements in pairs of individuals to determine if event-related potentials evoked in one individuals brain is correlated with simultaneous responses in the brain of a distant. reports by experients of telepathic phenomena suggest no delay between information sent and received. Experiments involve one indi- 184 . I suggest that this involves a system-based [Nature].and post-stimulus responses should both be considered equally as important. Utilized in these types of experiments are independent physiological monitoring systems to simultaneously record EEG measurements. telepathy-based experients. then the effect of Natures process in such cases may stay isolated to itself [Nature] with no direct effect on biological systems. except the time it takes for the mind’s own interpretive/perceptual processes to assign meaning to the information received. Although this lack of delay could suggest the possibility of this anomaly existing for all types of telepathic information. and of course. I suggest that non-local information teleportation that will result in a biological effect is predicted [anticipated] by Nature and thus by biological systems. this lack of delay could simply be the result of the instantaneous non-local transfer of information.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach This anomaly is likely present due to the activation of the partial [possibly the posterior parietal] focus. in the case of. sensorially isolated individual. I am unsure as to if this predictive process applies in the same way towards other forms of information sent telepathically. the experient becoming consciously aware of the information received in a coherent or typically a semi-coherent manner. process resulting in the anticipation of photic stimulation. as perceived by Nature. or other types of stimulation.
In addition.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III vidual in a relaxed state within a double steel-walled room. focus on impressing the thoughts [commanding/suggesting] associated with hypnosis onto the mind of the subject. These types of experiments tend to produce significant correlations. focus on impressing the thoughts [commanding/suggesting] associated with natural sleep on to the mind of the subject. the subject is alone in one room. [c] if an impressionist.In regards to hypnogenic telepathic interaction and simulation. In hypnogenic experiments. and upon the measurement of relaxation. focus on the feeling of being ‚sleepy. At which time. The stages of wake/sleep or auto-hypnosis in the subject are measured and identified via an EEG machine. [d] if an impressionist. The subject is typically instructed to either sit in a chair for auto-hypnosis. In experimental setups involving the accelerated onset natural sleep. One experimental design involves the accelerated onset of either natural sleep or auto-hypnosis induced by means of telepathic interaction or simulation. which is both electromagnetically and acoustically shielded. the greater the correlated responses in the non-stimulated individual suggesting an anomalous informational interaction. several experimental designs have been employed. Hypnogenic Experiment . Experiments involve the second individual to be located in a dimly lit room typically 20 meters away from the first individual. and the telepathist is alone in an adjacent room. 185 . researchers first compile data over the course of several days in regards to the subject overall average time to fall asleep void of telepathic suggestion. or lay on a bed for accelerated onset of natural sleep. the examination of the stimulated individual’s event-related potentials typically show that the stronger their responses. The subject is asked to relax. This information will later be used to compare to times of onset in regards to accelerated onset. focus on the feeling of being under hypnosis or in a trance state.‛ *b+ if a simulator. the second individual’s brain is stimulated at random intervals via a live video image of the first individual. the telepathist is instructed to induce: [a] if a simulator.
T/F 7. Transference in psychoanalytical terminology is defined as an unconscious redirection of feelings from one participant to another in a psychical sense. Repetition is a technique founded on the knowledge that the more an idea is repeated. T/F 186 . can and should be considered as behavior. but not relational. unconscious. T/F 11. Through a therapist’s interpretations. thinking. Instructions c. Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy in which is undertaken with a subject in hypnosis. Transference b. T/F 9. Which is not a classical psychoanalytic technique? a. T/F 12. and feeling. T/F 4. T/F 10. Group psychotherapy is an ideal therapeutic application for telepathic impressionists. Exploration d. Psychotherapy is an intentional interpersonal relationship utilized by trained psychotherapists to aid a client or patient in problems of living. including acting. Group psychotherapy applies to any form of psychotherapy delivered in a group format. Behavioral therapies are empirical. The ego is described as unorganized. the more likely it is accepted and acted upon by the client or patient.‛ T/F 3. T/F 2. Clarification 5. Behavior therapy is based on the idea that all things that organisms do. Many cognitive and behavioral therapies were originally influenced by older hypnotherapy techniques. and operating solely on the ‚pleasure principle. T/F 6. T/F 8.QUESTIONS 1. group members can e xpand their understanding of the impact of childhood experiences on their personality.
personal development can take place in an interpersonal context. Existential factors involve learning that one has to take responsibility for one’s own life including the consequences of one’s own decisions. and from belonging. T/F 22. T/F 21. A free-response experiment is any ESP experiment in which a receiver is required to make a response that is limited to a range of possibilities [e. Today. T/F 187 . T/F 18. T/F 17. where. T/F 16. the only general defense against the parapsychological experimenter effect is for experimenters to conduct replications of one and others experiments. As herd animals. typically with psi hitting in one and psi missing in the other. as does any other human ability. T/F 20. telepathic enhancement appears to have its limits. and when of psi. spatially or temporally. It is disadvantageous for the experient to utilize the experimental process as an opportunity to learn about their ability via the provision of immediate feedback. rather than just the what. The differential effect involves the utilization of two contrasting conditions in an experiment in which may result in different levels of performance under the two conditions. A decline effect is defined as the tendency of scores in a psi test to vary systematically according to the location of the trial on the record sheet. Biologically speaking. T/F 15. T/F 19. T/F 23.g.Chapter 6: Models of Telepathy III 13. from the actual target designed for that particular trial. a specific target] known in advance. human beings have an instinctive need to belong to groups. Qualitative researchers investigate into the why and how of psi. a skilled telepathic simulator can assist via psychically sharing information to help group members achieve goals. Displacement involves a form of ESP where the experient consistently obtains information pertaining to a target that is one or more removed. T/F 14. Regardless of the factor.
Sensory deprivation is defined as the deliberate reduction or removal of stimuli from one or more of the senses. Photic simulation experimental studies suggest that when two experients. as recorded from multiple electrodes positioned on the scalp. Visuals that are initiated prior to sleep and are described as complex motions of patterns that are directly visible void of great effort are termed hypnagogic hallucinations.e. T/F 26. and conducive to meditation. T/F 28. in an experimental context. T/F 188 . T/F 29.‛ T/F 25. psi-conducive. T/F 30. of telepathy have an existing emotional relationship prior to an experiment. they exhibit like behaviors at the macroscopic scale. An EEG machine. or electroencephalograph.‛ while hallucination-based targets are more ‚sensory-based. Extended sensory deprivation is relaxing. Intuition-based targets are more generalized targets utilized typically for abstract ‚feelings. Psi experiences typically occur when an individual is relaxed or asleep [i.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 24. when external sensory stimuli are minimum]. or seemingly non-experients. refers to the recording of the brain’s spontaneous electrical activity over a short period. T/F 27.
and Physiological Health Characteristics Proof-Orientated vs. This is of course a rational direction since the nature of psychical phenomena cannot be proven due to a lack of testability. Because of this. little functional information is available to experients of psychical phenomena. and on the occasion they do. Many seemingly valid hypotheses can turn out to be wrong. While meta-analysis is an essential tool for providing proof of psychical phenomena via analyzing the outcomes of collections of experiments. Psychological. Meta-analysis involves the ability to discriminate information from noise.7 PSYCHICAL PROFILING Psychical. Profiling the nature of psychical phenomena and sub-forms of these phenomena can increase the amount functional data available to experients and can reduce the increasing issue with data overload. Process-Orientated To date. 189 . so this leaves experimenters reasonably cautious in publishing such data. whereby detecting coordinated data that is useful. rather than focus on publishing results suggesting the nature of psychical phenomena (process-orientated). meta-analysis is also an essential tool for profiling the nature of psychical phenomena. the information is typically ambiguous or overly simplified compared to their overall findings. parapsychologists significantly focus on publishing results to prove the existence of psychical phenomena [proof-orientated].
Introversion/extroversion tests are typically dependant on the personality theory developed by psychiatrist and influential thinker Carl Jung. but only when tested in an environment the experient considers ‚comfort able‛ and ‚safe. In contrast. Irwin. as extr averts typically yield higher ESP scores tha n introverts. which is a perceptual personality test that assesses the interaction between an individual’s awareness of stress and his or her psychological 190 . I have also found that if the mild introversive nature of the experient increases from this point. their performance quality equally decreases. but they do tend to have a smaller circle of friends. This also applies to extraverts.H. there has been a considerable amount of empirical interest in determining personality and ESP correlations.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Psychological Profiling Do not get me wrong. a decrease in extraversion results in an equal reduction of performance quality. if extraversion decreases in experients with forms of ESP or PK that rely on extroversive traits.‛ . This form of empirical extrasensory perception (ESP) and psychokinesis (PK) testing proposes that: ‚ESP performance and extroversion have a positive relationship. Individuals with extroversive traits tend to be gregarious. known today as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).g.‛ and only when one experimenter is involved. I have found that in the case of some forms of ESP and PK. individuals with introversive traits are typically more reserved. and interested in seeking out excitement. less outgoing. Empirical personality testing typically involves testing introversive verses extroversive traits. assertive. mild introversive traits can improve performance [e. Other types of tests include the Defense Mechanism Test [DMT]. in experients of telepathic simulation]. They typically think aloud and have difficulty solving problems in their head. They are not necessarily loners. and less sociable (or reclusive). An Introduction to Parapsychology While this result also appears in my research.
In my personality profiling assessment. and fixate on. guilt. This assessment was constructed over the course of many years through mete-analysis involving my case collections that occurred from 1998 to 2008.H. creativity. values. neurotic subjects tend to score at chance or below the mean chance expectation [MCE]. An Introduction to Parapsychology Neuroticism is a fundamental personality trait that involves a continuing tendency to experience negative emotional states. with each group containing 10 questions. feelings. anger. that individuals with acute or chronic mental illness report and exhibit increases in psychical performance quality after they have been successfully treated for the condition. Irwin. mentation. Such findings could suggest that if a person with high levels of anxiety or marked reliance on defense mechanisms scored at chance. disposition. and [b] Positive. are easily threatened. They characteristically respond poorly to environmental stressors. and later address and work through their anxieties (e. This first collection 191 . This has proven true in my research. for a total of 80 questions.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling defense. that is. leaving generalized results that are of little to no functional use to experients. Personality testing typically stops with these two types of tests.g. my personality profiling assessment targets more specific traits and interests [e. Individuals who score high on the DMT are more likely than the average individual to experience such feelings as anxiety. minor frustrations as being hopelessly difficult. This form of empirical testing proposes that: ‚ESP performance correlates negatively with neuroticism. What experients know from these types of testing is that [a] Relaxation is psi-conducive. and describe. and depressed mood. However. It also addresses how this may influence his or her ability to perceive reality in critical situations. I use 8 groups of questions. through behavioral therapy) the person may then score at above chance during ESP or PK testing. whereas stable and well-adjusted people yielded above-chance ESP scores. and non-psi associated beliefs].‛ .g. carefree moods are more psi-conducive than drifting and anxious moods.
I am reasonably left to believe that this personality assessment accurately indicates that certain psychical phenomena are indeed driven by particular personality traits and interests [psychic-mind correlations]. Each subject answered all 80 questions and then was offered the option to rate the assessment on the accuracy of the result [note: the option to vote for accuracy was optional. male and female. varied belief in psi phenomena. Each of the 8 profiles has a counter profile [e. However. Knowing that individuals who believe ‚we are all psychic to some extent‛ can take this assessment and be pointed in a practical and nonambiguous direction is sincerely moving to me.000 individuals from all over the world. With a substantially large subject base of over 5.g. Considering the amount of subjects compared to the ratings from those subjects. red is opposite of blue]. each profile consists of an array of characteristics and attributes invariably exhibited by select types of experients. and of various ages. To verify any level of validity I could in regards to these findings. My form of psychical profiling consists of analyzing the various characteristics possessed by experients of specific psychical phenomena. This suggests that when considering subjects who did not even believe in psi phenomena. but the results were staggering. If the experient leans towards two profiles simultaneously. of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. the result was again staggering [95% reported accuracy]. I began an online study. The study included over 5. My research has shown that experients in which match their profiles 90-100% report highquality performance values.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach was small. Therefore.000. These characteristics have been organized into 8 profiles. these decreases always appear to balance out with increased performance quality in phenomena associated with their profiles opposite or next in line on the scale of percentages. and that everyone else felt their result fit them immensely. My research also shows that a deviation from their profile reduces performance quality in phenomena associated with that profile. many still found some level of association with their result. then 192 . of many faiths. hoping that I could later present a substantially larger collection with the same results. in that some individuals chose not to vote].
but treating the psychological condition appears to treat the psychical instability every time.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling their performance values will be at chance or slightly above chance for cross-associated phenomena [phenomena common among more than one profile]. While many experients of psychical phenomena report no history of psychological illness.‛ It appears that if an experi ent of one profile deviates entirely to another profile. I have encountered many experients that were convinced that ESP and PK are genetic. but also appear to be responsible for phenomena reported as ‚spiraling out of control.‛ This non-functionality is more commonly reported in the sense of the latter. and effects are typically described as bothersome. sometimes to the point of a total cease in experiences. the phenomena that are not common in both profiles will be lost unless the experient again conforms to the profile associated with those phenomena. Whether the psychological condition is the result of the psychical instability. Such deviations are characteristic of major lifestyle changes. I see this as another intensity of psychicmind correlations. or grandparent that also had similar psychical experiences as the experient. but there are many crossassociated illnesses such as depression and anxiety. these conditions are more often present in an experient ranging from periodic to frequent. 193 . Throughout my years of research. Reports typically identify a mother. alarming. and mild to severe (e. This common deviation appears to be one several reasons for experient reports involving a ‚lost gift. or downright terrifying.g. many times these conditions can be found in their family history. slightly bothersome to debilitating). father. or the psychical instability is the result of the psychological condition is unclear. Overwhelming psychical phenomena exists in both ESP and PK. These effects not only appear to reduce performance quality. Another form of deviation responsible for ‚lost gifts‛ involves psychological effects (mental illness). However. typically associated with a traumatic event. It is also possible for an experient to deviate from one profile to another profile that is not considered an opposite. concerning. Psychological effects vary per profile.
such as agoraphobia. as while a course of treatment involving medication (e. Increased Reactivity to Psychical Stimuli Due to Anxiety Anxiety is a psychological and physiological state characterized by cognitive. fear. antidepressant. is most common in telepaths. which aims to treat the condition through techniques designed to reinforce desired behaviors and eliminate undesired behaviors.g. work from home). This typically involves a psychotherapy-based approach. While treating a mildly severe condition is hard enough. Even though such changes may appear to be necessary. Anxiety is the result of threats that are perceived to be uncontrollable or unavoidable. the experient will soon find that their choices have exacerbated both the condition and instability exponentially rendering the experient mentally debilitated. per my research. etc.g. it is never that simple. These experients appear to experience combined components in which create unpleasant feelings. become reclusive. At such a point. emotional. or anti-anxiety medication. and clairvoyants (precognitives. or further exacerbation of the instability.) can lead to the treatment of the condition. I strongly advocate psychotherapy before a psychiatric evaluation. Typically. empaths. remote viewers. typically associated with uneasiness. Therefore. treating a disability is far more difficult. but in higher degrees. and behavioral components. the condition and the instability perpetuate each other leaving the experient with little hope in improving their mental and psychical well-being. experients should address the condition and instability as soon as they emerge. the onset 194 . which occurs in the presence of an observed threat. and mediums). but. Unpleasant feelings can often occur without identifiable triggering stimuli as opposed to fear. Anxiety is common across all psychical types. somatic.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach While it may seem as simple as treating the condition to regain psychical stability. This type of psychotherapy is known as Behavior Therapy. it can also lead to the suppression. or worry. the experient may adjust their lives accordingly to the condition and instability (e. apprehension. postcognitives.
Unfortunately. Pertaining to outgoing information. especially in cases where an experient is concerned for a distant friend or relative. or know the whole of the events and actions around them. the more extended and intensified the ‚channels‛ become.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling of these feelings can produce panic attacks. Subconsciously. but is limited in cognitive telepathists and clairvoyants. but also as a form of information overload either incoming. typical of clairvoyants. Agoraphobia arises from the fear of having a panic attack in a setting from which there is no easy escape. Suffers who do not seek treatment typically become reclusive as a means to escape or avoid triggering stimuli. whereby preventing occurrences in which would otherwise instill fear.‛ whereby impressing. anxiety not only manifests itself as unpleasant feelings. This information broadcasting can result in the suggestive impression of the experients thoughts or behaviors on other individuals in their vicinity. Pertaining to incoming information. Slightly less common. This type of broadcasting is typical with telepathists and empaths [group simulation]. the experient will unintentionally and seemingly spontaneously extend and intensify their incoming information ‚channels‛ to read or request large quantities of data as a means to feel secure. Ranges in which information is accessed can vary from an immediate vicinity of 1 meter. or anxiety. the higher the level of anxiety or fear. or both. is hallucinatory broadcasted information in which results in presenting 195 . emotional or how the experient is ‚feeling. their stress and behavior in regards to other individuals. typical of telepaths and empaths. reports suggest that some experients feel the need to know information pertaining to people or events at much farther distances. whereby shifting generalized anxiety into genuine fear. doing. the experient feels that if they are able to know what others are thinking. they will be able to control their individual situation. The most common form in which the information is broadcasted is intuitively. or simulating. This results in the discouragement of particular actions. However. to the radius of a few blocks. In experients. feeling. outgoing. the experient will unintentionally and seemingly spontaneously broadcast information in regards to their thoughts and emotions.
are perpetually intensifying each other. Fortunately. after several more years of collecting data and careful analysis of the universals and differences of the personalities. rather it is through individual or group behavior therapy. This is the result of the experient forcefully attempting to direct an interpersonal situation via the individuals involved. which later enabled me to structure the personality profiles. For these experients. knowing the components of the situation as a means to prevent specific occurrences is not enough. the experient should directly target the anxiety as an indirect means to target the information overload. It should also be mentioned that because there are no pure types. the experient is unable to consider the top three possible types of their MBTI result as only one type is typically given. resulting in abstract to vivid impressions of what the experient is thinking. Psychical and Myers-Briggs Personality Type Correlations After years of collecting data. As similar to the Myers-Briggs personality types.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach nearby individuals with visual and or auditory-based information. the anxiety and information overload. I was able to achieve this. rather they feel they require a more intrusive method to obtain a higher level of control over the situation. I was still unable to correlate them with the Myers-Briggs types. or other types of targets. ingoing or outgoing. Ideally. psychical personality types are not ‚pure‛ types. the Myers-Briggs type may be the second or third highest score in the psychical assessment results. or the experient 196 . MBTI results (a single type) might not reflect the result of a psychical assessment result (single type). Experients with any of the aforementioned side effects of their ability should seriously consider seeking the help of a psychologist to get started in behavior therapy. This is to say that many lean towards two to three different types more often then they exactly fit one particular type. This can be the result of several conflictions such as. One of the best ways to do this is not medication. In cases of experients with anxiety disorders. This is more indicative of the beginning stages of a social phobia than generalized anxiety disorder.
where the only thing that is certain is uncertainty. studies in parapsychology. so any variation of psychical testing is not either. Another correlation is that the Myers-Briggs types and psychical types have sets of opposites. subjecting psychical experience to psycho-physiological interference and fluctuation. leaving some preferences beyond conscious management. neurology. type preferences themselves are the connection between the conscious and unconscious. and does. I encourage experients to re-take the MBTI (this can be done online) to see if they still score the same result. is subject to time and does exist at the quantum level. Nothing is certain. While adjusting ones personality can be advantageous. Psychological testing is not an exact science. These non-pure types and option to alter personality traits makes psychical profiling quite complex and therefore requires intricate analysis per subject. and nothing remains the same in regards to psychical phenomena. However.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling has deviated from their MBTI result (if taken some time before the psychical assessment). While a specific form of psychical experiences may present itself under the same generalized definition throughout an experients life. In the probable case of the latter. The chance of an experient scoring a different type year to year (sometimes even as little as day to day) is quite high. take on different aspects and functions throughout. but of course. so too does ones psychical experiences. but realized with differ- 197 . This is in part because the psychological system and physiological system are linked to the psychical system. and quantum mechanics suggest that psychical phenomena or consciousness in general. this is not always the case. equally valuable. Because an experient leans towards one or more types rather than other types. To assume psychical experiences are not subject to fluctuation would be to assume that psychical experiences are possibly the direct result of classical (physical or deterministic) experiences that are not subject to time and therefore change. the experient will have a higher chance of enhancing and growing a particular form of phenomena associated with their type(s) more so than others. Just as one's personality changes over time. it can.
and judging/perceiving. the first opponent ‘judging’ is associated with those who display leadership features. extraversion and introversion. either by reasoning or evaluation). In the Myers-Briggs types and psychical types. In other words. J and P/J. careful analysis of the universals and differences of human personalities is considered imperative. there are eight types in all with two (MBTI) opponents P or J. Both positions accept archetypes to determine identity perceptions. thinking and feeling. In addition. and continues with four psychological functions. In psychical types. and the third opponent ‘judging/perceiving’ with advisory and advocacy features. and three opponents (psychical) P. However. the second opponent ‘perceiving’ is associated with protective features. ‘thinking’ and ‘feeling’ are related to two opponent ways involving judging or perceiving information. ‘thinking’ and ‘feeling’ are related to three opponents (whereby deviating from qubit modeling to qutrit modeling): judging. either in a direct manner via the senses or in an indirect manner via the integration of large amounts of information. (e. this continues with two opponent pairs: sensing and intuition. These opposites form a binary or qubit modeling of human personality.g. perhaps at the quantum level. both positions agree that people are born with an innate predisposition to type. perceiving. This starts with two basic attitudes.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach ing preferences for different personalities. and that a positive combination of nature and nurture would find ones predisposition expressed in a healthy and advantageous manner. In the Myers-Briggs types. In both the Myers-Briggs types and psychical types. in psychical types. which are related to two ways of perceiving information. 198 . and do not ignore innate predispositions of personality types.
Atypical 1. Experients report acute to chronic levels of disassociation and periods of apathy. particularly sociology. Telepathic Cognitives are individuals in which can search. Overwhelming mental or emotional responses such as anger. Atypical 3] Telepathy Type I – Typical The first personality type [Typical/White/ENFP-J] refers to experients of telepathic phenomena in which are ‚receivers.‛ which are called Telepathic Cognitives. and heightened stress can result in spontaneous telepathic events arising out of a sense of necessity for more information. They express youthfulness and portray innocence and eccentricity. Experients are typically simplistic. Typical psychologically and physiologically healthy and balanced experients report enjoyment and comfort in large crowds while unhealthy and unbalanced experients report high levels of anxiety.‛ Typical experients of telepathic phenomena tend to exhibit a profound desire to assimilate and comprehend new information in regards to the human mind and the human condition. and is correlated with the psychical profiling type ‚White. and Atypical 2. Telepathic cognition is a common form of telepathy.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling Telepathy Associated Personality Types Personality traits for experients of telepathic phenomena vary from 1 of 4 types [Typical. locate. agoraphobic symptoms. Experients tend to ex- 199 . and rarely. peaceful. This retrieval can be performed via conscious or subconscious intent to fulfill a need for more information. Experients typically have interests in philosophy and psychology. and tend to lack the maturity associated with their age group. Experients tend to be very empathic and emotionally driven to assist others in need even when feeling socially and emotionally detached. and receive several forms of extrasensorybased information from other individuals. Experients tend to read in abundance ranging from fiction to nonfiction predominantly relative to the observation of sociological concepts and actions. humble. fear.
Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Perceiving [ENFP] ‚Warmly enthusiastic and imaginative. and responsible. responsive. Make connections between events and information very quickly.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach hibit mental and emotional clarity in regards to problem solving and decision making skills during moments of heightened stress. often rely on their ability to improvise and their verbal fluency. Dissociative Disorder.‛ . MBTI . Spontaneous and flexible. and Low Self-Esteem. empathetic. and a lacking of motivational skills. depression. Loyal. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (and ADD). and provide inspiring leadership. May act as catalysts for individual and group growth. yet typically report difficulty in performing tasks due to issues with concentration. Highly attuned to the emotions. needs. and readily give appreciation and support. responsive to praise and criticism. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Want a lot of affirmation from others. Experients of telepathic phenomena are characteristically fantasy prone daydreamers with idealistic and disconnected worldviews. See life as full of possibilities. facilitate others in a group. and motivations of others. Depression. and confidently proceed based on the patterns they see. want to help others fulfill their potential. Associated Psychological Effects .Myers & Briggs Foundation 200 .Anxiety Disorders (including panic attacks and Agoraphobia).‛ . Some experients report psychical skillfulness in aiding others who suffer from sleep disorders attributed to anxiety and breathing complications. Find potential in everyone.Myers & Briggs Foundation MBTI . Sociable.Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Judging [ENFJ] ‚Warm. Experients occasionally report addiction to narcotics and alcohol resulting from attempts to self medicate for anxiety.
They make excellent teachers. sensual. Experients tend to maintain a healthy balance of libidinal and aggressive drives [the ability to receive gratification from others and the drive for impulse expression]. and enjoy working with others. passionate. realistic 201 . Telepathic impressionists are individuals in which can send and impress several types of extrasensory-based information onto other individuals. seductive. loving. community activities. They thrive on the stimulation of others ideas and actions.‛ Typical 2 experients of telepathic phenomena are characteristically sociable and assertive individuals that seek out excitement and tend to bring excitement into situations. are skilled in handling an array of social situations. deeply emotional. public demonstrations. and politicians because of their superior extroversive personalities. idealistic.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling Telepathy Type II – Typical 2 The second personality type [Typical 2/Red/ESTP-J] refers to experients of telepathic phenomena in which are ‚senders. and secretive. Experients of telepathic phenomena report feelings of feeling energized when around other people and are more prone to boredom when they are alone. talkative. and enjoy large social gatherings such as parties. emotionally reserved. Experients are typically enthusiastic. emotionally sensitive. as they tend to enjoy nearly all aspects of human interaction. extreme. enjoy being the center of attention. This transmission can be performed via conscious or subconscious intent to fulfill a need to impress information. make new friends easily. Darker personality types are best described as enigmatic. and business and political groups. and compassionate with minor to major skills in empathy and intuition. and often find themselves concerned with power and control.‛ which are called Telepathic Impressionists. mysterious. They are best described as the life of the party. Telepathic interaction is a common form of telepathy and is correlated with the psychical profiling type ‚Red. managers. Experients of telepathic phenomena describe themselves as romantic. They also appear to maintain constant. They are typically outgoing extraverts with large circles of friends that thrive on making new social contacts.
Neuroticism. Conduct Disorder. envious. Experients should be encouraged to avoid long-term proximity with individuals suffering from anxiety. and Low Self-Esteem.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach self-interest. Associated Psychological Effects . Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. prolonged exposure to them can result in the stimulation of quick decisions or rash actions in others through frustration and mental fatigue. are arrogant. Focus on the hereand-now. Theories and conceptual explanations bore them – they want to act energetically to solve the problem. spontaneous. and deeply emotional relationships. Enjoy material comforts and style. MBTI . Learn best through doing. they take a pragmatic approach focused on immediate results. Occasionally. prone to magical thinking. Addiction (drug. Depression. or other mental health issues as these issues tend to intensify especially if the experient is unbalanced.Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Perceiving [ESTP] ‚Flexible and tolerant. mature goals and principals. enjoy each moment that they can be active with others. brooding.). These unbalanced types are shameless. not the needs of the self and others. Unbalanced experients are typically negative thinking. sex. Unbalanced experients of telepathic phenomena are best described as exhibiting elevated self-esteem in which is derived from selfperceptions of competence and likability. and jealous types with unreasonable expectations of entitlement.Myers & Briggs Foundation 202 . Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.Bipolar Disorder. They are quick to exploit others without regard for their feelings or interests and typically feel that to exist is to meet their own needs. gambling. Alcoholism. food etc. and occasionally vengeful and violent personality types skilled in the manipulation of others. Experients are characteristic of self-upholding a sense of greatness to avoid common feelings of inadequacy or insignificance because of their heightened sensitivity to criticism. depression. due to the amounts of information transmitted by experients of telepathic phenomena.‛ .
friends. matter-of-fact. Their collective mind and emotional self-control aides them greatly in meditation and rational thought. or ‚senders and receivers. and exhibit profound social energy. quickly move to implement decisions. Telepathic simulators are individuals in which can share several types of extrasensory-based information between them and other individuals.‛ Myers & Briggs Foundation Telepathy Type III – Atypical 1 The third personality type [Atypical 1/Purple/INFP-J] refers to experients of telepathic phenomena in which are networ kers. Take care of routine details. which present these experients as natural ‚peac ekeepers‛ and as highly motivational speakers. focus on getting results in the most efficient way possible. They are well known for bringing many types of people together whether the group includes family. This networking can be performed via conscious or subconscious intent to fulfill a need to share information. inspiring. 203 .Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Perceiving [ESTJ] ‚Practical. These experients tend to promote mental health and the unification of otherwise contrasting social groups. This scale tends to include networking thoughts and emotions in crowds. These types of telepathists are excellently skilled at ‚networking‛ people’s thoughts and ideas.‛ Atypical 1 experients of telepathic phenomena are characteristically spiritualists and or naturalists in which are imaginative. community. Organize projects and people to get things done. visionary. Have a clear set of logical standards. systematically follow them and want others to also. Experients are typically highly intuitive and occasionally report skills in telepathy and empathy on a wide scale.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling MBTI . though the quantity and quality of information shared is mainly dependent on the experients level of skillfulness. collective. Decisive.‛ which are called Telepathic Simulators. realistic. Forceful in implementing their plans. Telepathic simulation is a less than common form of telepathy and is correlated with the psychical profiling type ‚Purple.
and are typically at the forefront of protests and movements pertaining to ethics and rights. They can aide in maintaining relaxation and sedation. Experients of telepathic phenomena are characteristically very hard working. they are fairly social and community-minded. and are respectful of authority figures.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach and/or national and international networks. inventories and therefore are highly organized individuals. they are deeply down to earth and have a profound respect and interest in anything or anyone that comes their way. and energetic individuals. They are excellent in correcting mood instabilities in themselves and others. While these experients are calming to be around. Family is sacred to them and they tend to have a large circle of friends with many longstanding quality friendships. Balanced experients of telepathic phenomena are emotionally warm individuals who set time aside for deep thought and relaxation. They are typically active in positions requiring a great deal of responsibility such as school or church organizations. as these experients tend to be highly motivational. In other words. They have a soothing personality and presence and can be quite charming. doctors. Experients of telepathic phenomena typically see things through to completion and even despite a busy schedule. and do exactly what they say they will do. While these experients tend to portray an air of sophistication. and poets. civic groups. Experients in which are unbalanced portray very opposite characteristics and behaviors. optimistic. Experients describe themselves as having a great deal of selfrespect and are described by others as dignified and formal in their manners. creating agendas. they do their best. industrious. They are excellent at scheduling. give it their all. Above all else. are always willing to assist a cause they deem a noble pursuit. They make excellent healers. artists. They are typically irrational individuals with 204 . They are outspoken leaders with noble intentions and have a deep spiritual understanding of themselves and the world around them. They enjoy transforming the old and obsolete into new advances for experimentation and progress. various types of associations. they have an innate ability to motivate others.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Associated Psychological Effects . Unbalanced experients tend to lack common sense as they are typically so wrapped up in their own life they have difficulty understanding others point of view. and Low Self-Esteem. They can be malicious and utterly cruel if provoked. They are subjects to poor temperament and volatile mood swings. and tend to hold grudges for long periods. They report being often accused of chronic lying. MBTI . their disorderly nature tends to get in their way. Depression.Bipolar Disorder. loyal to their values and to people who are important to them. They are prone to delusions of grandeur and typically have no longstanding quality friendships. Cu- 205 . but unbalanced experients tend to only offer assistance if they feel they are highly benefiting from doing so. and lean towards a pessimistic outlook on life in general. They can be manipulative and idealistic with perspectives divorced from reality. Conduct Disorder. and abrupt endings. This lack of understanding acts as a very efficient social barrier. reclusive. Unbalanced experients tend to report little to no self-respect and report little to any respect from or for others. They are disorganized. and while they are still able to motivate themselves for causes in which they are passionate about. self-defeating behaviors.Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Perceiving [INFP] ‚Idealistic. They are known for their arrogant and stubborn nature.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling little mental and emotional self-control. Anxiety Disorders (including panic attacks and Agoraphobia). as well as their service and awareness of others. Unbalanced experients of telepathic phenomena are just as willing to help others as balanced experients. Want an external life that is congruent with their values. They tend to be in poor standing with family and report at least one profound addiction [most commonly alcoholism or drug addiction]. as they tend to lead a double life to avoid losing what little circle of friends they are able to maintain. Their compassion is limited. They tend to be anti-social. quick temper.
and such phenomena is debatable as to whether it is actually telepathic or clairvoyant in nature [many assume a cross-association. Telepathic [temporal] precognitives are the least common form of telepathists. or simply. quick to see possibilities. they are highly responsible and organized individuals. and accepting unless a value is threatened. Adaptable.‛ Atypical 2 experients of telepathic phenomena tend to exhibit a vibrant personality and are typically optimistic. present. This form of telepathy is correlated to the psychical profiling type ‚Yellow. playful. adventurous.‛ Myers & Briggs Foundation MBTI . These telepathists are called Telepathic Precognitives. flexible. Want to understand what motivates people and are insightful about others. Seek to understand people and to help them fulfill their potential. past. Conscientious and committed to their firm values. They enjoy avocational activities such as crafting and creative writing.‛ .g. Precognitives. and fun loving. relationships. or future] phenomena. Characteristically unbeknownst to them. or GESP]. and material possessions. humorous. They are well known for their history of noteworthy dedication and devotion to causes. Experients tend to see the amusing side of life and often engage in activities of an exciting. or mischievous nature.Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Perceiving [INFJ] ‚Seek meaning and connection in ideas. While experients may appear childish or carefree. they possess heightened innate skills in divinatory 206 . Experients are typically highly creative and innate artists.Myers & Briggs Foundation Telepathy Type IV – Atypical 2 The fourth personality type [Atypical 2/Yellow/ENTP-J] refers to experients of telepathic phenomena in which are ‚receivers.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach rious. can be catalysts for implementing ideas. Develop a clear vision about how best to serve the common good. Organized and decisive in implementing their vision.‛ but obtain the thoughts of other individuals via clairvoyant –based [e.
but during periods of overstimulation and heightened stress.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling practices. In regards to friendships and relationships. Experients are inclined to be exceedingly perceptive. drugs. but have difficulties in completing tasks. alcohol. Mental fatigue can result in confusion and an inability to properly focus and carry out mentally challenging tasks. In accordance with their anxious nature. Adolescent and young adult experients are occasionally prone to various types of addiction including gambling. They rarely engage in procrastination. experients exhibit intense characteristics of loyalty and honesty. and an inability to relax in conjunction with muscle and mental fatigue. Experients tend to avoid involvement in the emotional affairs of others unless affairs can be resolved with humor or established concepts. and transient or deep-seated resentment of perceived under appreciation. fidgetiness because of nervousness. Those exhibiting psychological and physiological effects due to unstable telepathic phenomena are associated with high levels of anxiety. and dogmatic. cravenness. knowledgeable. exhibiting profound discipline in critical matters and are often sought out for their opinions and wisdom. and duplicitous traits. and make exceptional teachers and educators. critical. and despite their anxious nature. envious. They tend to be enthusiastic in most regards. they are highly aware of their surroundings. Experients can be highly manipulative and controlling especially when experiencing unstable phenomena. but tend to have difficulty with commitment. They are characteristic of being analytical and logical. Experients of unstable telepathic phenomena appear to be prone to anxiety disorders. Experients have a tendency to be overly analytical. panic attacks. Experients of telepathic phenomena use their humor to mask their anxious nature in many areas of their lives. Lighthearted experients of telepathic phenomena demonstrate continual desire to learn new things and to share ideas and concepts. are intellectually inquisitive. and sex. 207 . Perfectionism is a common unfavorable characteristic of experients of telepathic phenomena amongst cautionary. immaturity. experients are highly prone to depressive states indicative of needless resentment or self-justified sulkiness or lethargy.
and Neuroticism. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Perceiving [ENTP] ‚Quick. apt to turn to one new interest after another. Enjoy long-term planning and goal setting. Bored by routine. Low Self-Esteem. Resourceful in solving new and challenging problems. develop and implement comprehensive systems to solve organizational problems.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Associated Psychological Effects . which are associated with a relaxed. Dissociative Disorder.Bipolar Disorder. Addiction (drug. alert. Usually well informed. decisive. well read. assume leadership readily.Myers & Briggs Foundation MBTI .‛ .). Quickly see illogical and inefficient procedures and policies. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Good at reading other people. Eating Disorders.‛ .Extraversion/Intuition/Feeling/Perceiving [ENTJ] ‚Frank. In single-subject designed experiments. enjoy expanding their knowledge and passing it on to others. This includes abnormalities found in temporal lobe functions and high amounts of densities of alpha wave activity [8-13 Hz] have been documented. gambling. ingenious. Adept at generating conceptual possibilities and then analyzing them strategically.Myers & Briggs Foundation Physiological Health Profiling There have been several studies in regards to correlations between psychical phenomena and the presence of physiological abnormalities during psychical performance. sex. Conduct Disorder. stimulating. passive state of mind. and outspoken. Alcoholism. Anxiety Disorders (including panic attacks and Agoraphobia). Depression. will seldom do the same thing the same way. MBTI . food etc. high quality performance values have been found correlated to in- 208 . Forceful in presenting their ideas.
in multisubject designed experiments. However.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling creased power in the delta [1-3 Hz] and theta [4-7 Hz] EEG bands.‛ Conversely.‛ In regards to experients in which reported high quality performance values in PKbased performance. suggesting a facilitatory effect of low cortical arousal. while it is believed that left hemisphere processes may also be a medium for ESP. My studies in this area involved assessing individuals who report ESP or PK-based phenomena in regards to right and left hemispheric functions. the experients were significantly more ‚left brained. My research has shown that an intentional increase in heart rate prior to performance produces higher performance values then in subjects who remained idle prior to performance. and low quality performance values correlated to delta and theta waves. Several other types of studies have found physiological abnormalities during target guessing experiments such as increased heart rate. The assessments reveled that experients in which reported high quality performance values in regards to ESPbased performance were significantly more ‚right brained. These results may suggest that certain forms of psychical phenomena utilize different types of brain waves during performance. as they do appear to utilize different regions of the brain per form of performance. then experients that can achieve physiological coherence have a practical and functional activity by which they can increase the alpha wave activity in their brain prior to performance as a 209 . Several studies involve the examination of the cerebral hemispheric specialization under the hypothesis that ESP is a right hemisphere task. This infers that if alpha wave activity is psi-conducive. high quality performance values have been found correlated to alpha and beta activity [14-30 Hz]. Associated studies in the field of cardiology have suggested that alpha rhythms in the brain have correlations with the cardiac cycle during a psychophysical mode termed physiological coherence. experients in which reported average [neither high nor low] quality performance values in both ESP and PK-based performance were equally right and left brained. This coherence is characterized by a reduction of chaos in the nervous system and an increase in synchronization and harmony in system-wide dynamics.
This has also appeared in my research as experients of some forms of ESP and PK perform better if they are able to see the individual or object they are attempting to influence. during. while others perform better in dim conditions. and there are some crossassociated conditions. experients in which report psychical instability typically report one or several types of physiological conditions. However. and post performance. While experients of telepathic 210 . my studies have lead me more in the direction of physiological effects reported by experients of specific psychical phenomena. share. The following are physiological effects invariably exhibited by the 4 types of experients of telepathic phenomena. These include effects that exist pre-. rather than a physiological abnormality. other experients seem to benefit from an array of reduced sensory interference such as light and sound. but the treatment of the condition appears to resolve the instability.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach means to improve performance. While these types of studies focus on performance variables in regards to physiological effects. These studies show that some experients perform better under well-lit conditions. and prefer room temperature conditions during performance. or obtain information regarding. These findings could be interpreted as a psychological abnormality. These physiological effects have been associated with and placed into the 8 aforementioned profiles. In other words. or see the individual or object they are attempting to impress. Physiological effects very per profile. Whether the condition is caused by the psychical instability. or the instability is caused by the condition is uncertain. in that some experients may be unnerved by dim lighting. Studies have also been directed to conditions for optimal performance in regards to lighting. This includes physiological symptoms and conditions that appear to be correlated to psychical instability. Experients in which perform outdoors have reported increase quality performance values when utilizing amber colored sunglasses during the day. as these sunglasses are able to reduce lighting to such a degree that targets become more visible and clear. while others prefer dim lighting as it is more mentally relaxing.
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. breast.Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Heartburn. Asperger's Syndrome. breast etc. etc. Diabetes. Alcoholism. and engage in abstract reasoning. and Cancer [lung. Kidney Disorders. Autism. Many studies have correlated psychical performance with 211 . Hyperthyroid. Digestive Disorders. Prostate Conditions. Allergies. Electromagnetic Sensitivity. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity. and Multiple Sclerosis etc. Blood Disorders [Anemia. Fibromyalgia.Asthma. learn and understand]. Delusion. HIV etc. Yellow Associated Physiological Effects . Fibromyalgia. This is not to suggest however that an above average IQ is a requirement for psychical experiences. apply knowledge [solve problems].]. Allergies. only the most commonly experienced effects are referenced.].]. Delirium. Liver Problems.]. etc. Migraines.e. etc. Chronic Pain and Neurological Disorders (Myalgia. gambling. and Palpitations. and Chronic Constipation. Migraines.Asthma. and Tonsillitis. Purple Associated Physiological Effects .).High Blood Pressure or Low Blood Pressure. Addiction [drug. White Associated Physiological Effects . sex. Cancer [lung. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Endometriosis. Red Associated Physiological Effects . food. Weak Bones. Cognitive Correlations Intelligence is loosely defined as an individual’s capacity to acquire knowledge [i. Acid Reflux.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling phenomena report a wide range of effects. Digestive Disorders. Multiple Sclerosis. Sleep Disorders. Chronic Pain [Myalgia. Nose Ailments. Hypoglycemia. Sleep Disorders. Lymphatic Problems. Acne. all of which appear to be requisites for optimal psychical performance involving conscious intent. Food Allergies.]. but rather that it does appear to be psiconducive.
However.g. they generally indicate positive correlations with psychical performance values and intelligence quotient [IQ]. However. Telepathy and Zener Cards]. while experients who report habitual conscious control over phenomena typically have an above average to highly above average IQ [130-185]. My research has also shown that experients in which report spontaneous [subconscious] phenomena typically have an above average IQ [115-129]. While these studies have not yielded significant data [in part because IQ tests may not address all cognitive abilities required for psychical performance]. contextually speaking. but no clear evidence has emerged. My personal research has yielded the same indication. they do not include experients with learning disabilities. I have found that creativity does play an integral part in ESP more so than in PK perfor- 212 . As I have mentioned earlier. In regards to IQ testing. and tailored testing per the type of phenomena they report [e. When analyzing results based on IQ and learning difficulty. while slightly older [22-35 years of age] experients of ESP scored higher in testing than other age groups. experients of PK and ESP take the same IQ test [tests are not somehow tailored to psychical experiences]. younger [16-22 years of age] PK experients scored higher in IQ testing than other age groups. while experients of PK typically do not. experients of ESP typically report learning difficulties during childhood. that over time. they implemented methods and techniques to learn more efficiently.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach scores on standard intelligence tests. the experient is predetermined either more PK or ESP inclined based on reports of past experiences. Other studies have been conducted due to the popular notion that creativity plays and integral part in psychical performance. Experients of ESP in which score higher in later years have reported. while these studies do include experients with learning disorders such as Attention Deficit Disorder and ADHD. This may be the result of the experient being more capable of identifying patterns and factors pertinent to conscious control. whereby increasing IQ scores. It appears that as IQ increases so too does the experients ability to consciously control psychical phenomena. Based on the age groups of subjects.
an experient reports consciously influencing a target without first seeing it either with normal sight or the ‚mind’s eye. it is not surprising that experients typically report a history of abuse of which occurred during childhood.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling mance. Such studies state that dissociative tendencies can be exacerbated by childhood trauma. Typically. my research has indicated that longterm memory plays a critical role in clairvoyance in regard to past events [i. Some measure of attention has been given to experient memory skills for theoretical reasons. therefore. Some studies have shown that spontaneous psychical experiences tend to have correlations with dissociative tendencies. information is often mediated via the visual or auditory sensory modes. This shows greatly in the interests of ESP experients such as creative writing. working memory as critical to telepathy and clairvoyance in regards to remote viewing. and reading fiction. Rarely. This has been 213 . drawing. Also indicative is a negative correlation between ESP and short-term memory [capacity to hold a small amount of information in mind actively for a short duration]. some experients report the need to visually see a target in order to influence it. Alternatively. while other experients report seeing the target with the ‚mind’s eye‛ was sufficient to influence a target. My research results have shown neither a positive nor a negative correlation of short-term memory with ESP or PK performance values. music. Other modes are utilized in ESP [e. but the visual and auditory modes are the most prominently reported. graphic art. In spontaneous cases of ESP.g. thermoception]. Visualizers typically ‚see‛ information via imagery. and both long-term and working memory in precognition and PK performance.‛ In regards to PK performance. retrocognition/postcognition]. visual more so than auditory.‛ though this is typical with spontaneous experiences. Indications as a result of these studies are that ESP scores correlate positively with long-term memory performance [capacity to retrieve information about past events]. experients of ESP adopt one form of mediation over the other becoming either a visualizer or verbalizer.e. while verbalizers typically report intuitive [imageless] impressions or report as if hearing a voice from the ‚inner ear.
as do experients in which can induce mild dissociation prior to experimentation. the psychological dimensions closely related to dissociative processes are reported to characterize ESP experients. or physically abusive parental figures [common in ESP and PK experients].Telepathy: A Quantum Approach present throughout my research.‛ Such a state is highly conducive to performance. Such a state can be induced via situations involving hypnosis. any increases surpassing mild dissociation appears to result in strong levels of anxiety. However. especially those that are superior performers in ESPbased experiments. as nearly every experient of subconscious experiences or consciously controlled experiences has reported some level of childhood trauma. sometimes a sibling or close grandparent. appears to play a major role in ESP. Several of the cognitive correlations aforementioned have been encompassed by a hypothesized higher-order dimension called transliminality. Per my research. meditation. especially in ESP performance. However. imaginative. Psychological absorption. and/or the death of a loved one [typically a mother or father figure. or a natural state of being. this also appears to apply to 214 . which is the readiness with which subconscious material can cross the threshold of consciousness in a given person. sensory deprivation [ganzfeld]. emotionally. Whether induced. an empirically recognized component of dissociation. and ideational resources to a unified representation of the attentional object. absorption requires the experient to possess a certain level of motivation or cognitive style. involving a full commitment of available perceptual. progressive relaxation. motoric. Absorption is defined formally as ‚a total attention. mental confusion. an experient could have the required absorption capacity and be in a conducive situation yet rarely enter an absorbed state simply because of an unwillingness to do so. and dreaming. For instance. This is typical of experients of mediumship]. My research has found that various forms of exercise produce a similar conducive state. Typical traumas include mentally. In ESP based studies not of my own. I have found that individuals in which have very mild dissociative tendencies tend to perform well in experiments. and reduced performance values [for ESP and PK].
To achieve this goal. To understand psychical enhancement. exercise regimen. This naturally amplified mindset will allow the experient to increase performance values and performance quality in less time. It is a practice that can improve many aspects of the experients life including freeing energy that is otherwise wasted. they will discover it is easier to maintain a psychical conducive mindset. and with less effort. health.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling conscious control. Colorization Profiling Colorization enhancement is a derivative of a collection of ancient and modern disciplines designed to explain the correlation between living beings and their immediate environment. restoring vitality and confidence. moods. The goal of colorization enhancement is to influence the effect our environment has on our attitudes. meditation. In situations when principles appear ambiguous. there is clearance for self-expression and creativity. improving health [when in conjunction with a proper diet. and lifestyle]. and minimize detriments through the prudent selection and positioning of elements currently present in their environment. experients should seek to both maximize environmental benefits. and psychical potential. one has to recognize that attitude and intention are more comparable to directions of propagation [travel] than static states of the mind-body. When an experient begins their day within a psychically conducive and enhancing environment. Colorization enhancement seeks to re-establish the connection of the experient to the natural flow of life by implementing into an 215 . Because of this. Although this practice functions via strictly defined principles. one needs to recognize that our immediate environment plays a fundamental role in the maintenance of our health and psychical experiences. and improve psychical performance. or where numerous solutions present themselves. reducing stress. improving focus. or able of being added to their environment. some of the best solutions have been found through intuition alone.
the quantum scale allows for a certain degree of freedom that will some days be a benefit and other days act as interference in regards to the experients goals of enhancement. so to should the experient exert their influence upon the colors within their environment. requiring alternation and realteration of environmental elements every time the environment [or the experient] changes. Complexities of Colorization Colorization enhancement can be complex and difficult to understand because of its variety of systems. vary culture to culture. These can include aesthetic. and symbolism. In short. physiological. whereby lacking testability. psychological. Because color exerts its influence upon an experient through its innate qualities. Colorization enhancement can be a tedious qualitative practice. aesthetics. therefore lacking a scientif- 216 . In other words. and symbolic systems. While the field of psychology has subjected color to considerable scientific investigation. while other systems appear to be cross-cultural [defined effects despite an experients culture]. the colorization enhancement I present is based on the scientific investigation of color by several interdisciplinary fields and that of color and personality correlations present in my research. The systems of association.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach experients environment more of the natural energies human beings today lack do to the artificiality of their environments. This may present a false sense of control. like language.‛ The Psychological System There have been many discoveries in regards to the psychophysiological attributes of color in the field of psychology. and while to a degree some control can be had on the classical scale. associative. but rather similar to psychical phenomena. by no means does ‚enhancement‛ or ‚control‛ signify any rel ation to ‚predictability. colorization enhancement is not to be regarded as fact.
The beneficial nature of color can result in the treatment of a psychological or physiological condition with correlations to that specific color. Feng Shui].Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling ic foundation. this unpredictability exists throughout all three systems. This results in the unpredi ctability of individual human perception of a given color and whereby makes psychological effects variant. physiological. and pigment and color. it is perceived as a sensation. there are psychological and physiological effect correlations to personality traits. All the information in regards to color and personality correlations I have collected and analyzed. white light contains all visible color. In other words. Most surfaces have the capacity to absorb particular wavelengths [color].g. This methodology will be discussed in length. Because the psychological aspect is entwined with the physiological and psychical aspects. While many experients have reported that colorization enhancement does indeed work. This alteration can be either beneficial or disadvantageous. the transmission of the colored light represents one aspect of color. it therefore has the intrinsic ability to alter psychological. many other psychological and physiological factors are contributed. These factors. more of a pseudoscience. How- 217 . I have done so in attempts to formulate a coherent methodology for its use. the white light is refracted whereby revealing the color components. the reports alone are not sufficient. and psychical functions and responses. Because color has the intrinsic ability to alter personality. As I have aforementioned. In regards to light. while open to interpretation. This visible color spectrum exists between the wavelength of 400 nanometers [violet] to 700 nanometers [red]. When the colored light reaches the observers eye and is perceived. along with many other types of enhancement methods [e. Colorization enhancement involves light and color. may determine an observer’s final perception of the color. which is produced in the brain. whereby leaving this form of enhancement method. and those wavelengths not absorbed are visible to the observer. and the reception of the light by the human eye represents the other. When colored light of any visible pure or mixed wavelengths enters the eye. and when subjected to a medium such as a prism.
This loss in velocity results in a scattering of the light into the dense cellular matrix. duration]. and are relatively parallel to theories surrounding the effects of Light Therapy. and it is assumed that they are converted into photon [light] energy in the experients skin. and convert into electrons. These processes are assumed correlated to wavelengths of light [specific colors]. The biophysical processes in which results in physiological effects are both theoretical and hypothetical. It works on the conscious and subconscious levels. decay. At this moment. electromagnetic energy and the connection between the mind and body]. This process stimulates cAMP [a molecule important to many biological processes that relays signals from receptors on the cell surface to target molecules inside the cell] biochemical energy synthesis in the experients cells stimulating healing.g. This method of enhancement deals with valid. the light wave photon particles are assumed to change properties.e. This is due to the particle-wave duality that these particles exhibit as a result of quantum mechanics [also known as the photoelectric effect]. intensity. not only is alteration crucial to psychical enhancement. those same specific colors can also exacerbate correlated psychological and physiological conditions if applied incorrectly [i.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach ever. whereby forcing the light waves to collapse together. This energy then decays into an electron stream. observable phenomena [e. As these wavelengths contact the experients skin. it is not in and of itself magical or a product of superstition. whereby changing the electrical potential of the skin. the density of the tissue layers slows the speed of light down from c [the speed of light] to zero. although it has some ties to ancient mystical traditions. aiding the experient in conditioning their psychical intentions and influence. The photons from the 218 . but it is also critical to maintaining psychophysical and psychical health. Because of this. The Physiological System Colorization enhancement is not to be assumed as ‚magic‛ or mystical in nature.
‛ the mediate cation [+ ion] and anion [. This flow of electrical current reflects the flow of ions across the cellular membranes resulting in the production of a cell similar to a bi-polarizing ‚ionic-pump. the cell is continually seeking to achieve equilibrium and ionic balance.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling light waves are assumed to decay to become electrons with the same energy level as the photon stream altering the electrochemical gradients [spatial variation of both electrical potential and chemical concentration across membranes] of the cells whereby generating a small voltage and pH exchange across the membranes. 219 . the body’s pH balance must be slightly alkaline. This then excites the mitochondria to tranduce energy in a electron transport chain causing oxidative phosphorylation of adenosine-5'-triphosphate [ATP is a multifunctional nucleotide used in cells as a coenzyme] for cellular use. whereby creating a perpetually exchanging electrochemical gradient potential across the cell’s membrane as cellular respiration and metabolism waste products are then excreted.‛ As the cells membrane receptor ‚pump-gates‛ are ‚switched-on. and the body will do whatever is necessary to remove acidity [free radicals] which has a negative impact on physical health. In other words. The working range of a cell requires its inside to be more negatively charged and alkaline. and its outside to be more positively charged and acidic. This imbalance in molecule concentration in and outside of the cell results in a chemical gradient flow out of the cell and an ionic electrical gradient back into the cell. The photoelectric effect of the light activates an ‚intraneural‛ system by deforming the semiconducting soluble crystals of the collagen matrix.ion] exchange during electron transfer across the cell membranes while the cells temporarily depolarize and re-polarize. perpetually drawing in nutrients and expelling waste products in an infinite recurring cycle. In this case. For optimal functioning. whereby producing an electronic gradient change in the cell membranes of the entire localized area and the brain-body.
‛ . Oschman 220 . ‚Each of the perimysium tissues surrounds or encloses one of the great systems of the body. in its chromosomes or genetic DNA. In addition. chondroblasts. and repair. where by sending impulses [patterns of stimulus] throughout the body. (fibroblasts.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach In regards to light therapy: ‚Under the skin and throughout the body there is a continuous structural connective tissue fabric. These maps are like the ‚master control blu eprints‛ of the entire physiological system. for its replication. This results in the activation of protein synthesis. all of which play key roles in injury repair. Oschman Imprinted within its neural structure.James L. these maps stimulate an arousal potential in the autonomic nervous system. etc. healing. neuroblasts. just as much as hormones or neurotransmitters. ‚ . Each tension.) which form and continuously modify the extracellular matrix (ECM). to the brain. each cell carries a cellular memory. contains sparse but active and important populations of generative cells. and temperature into electrical messages. The ECM exerts specific and important influences upon cellular dynamics. transducing electromagnetism. pressure. The connective tissue fabric is a semiconducting communication network that carries the bioelectronic signals between every part of the body. When activated. which deforms when a force is applied to it due to its piezo-pyro electric properties. each compression. These connective fiber systems are part of a semiconducting tenebrous vibratory continuum that allows all parts of the organism to communicate with all others – often referred to as the ‚whispering between cells. the ECM is produced by the generative cells. the brain carries somatosensory maps of the body. and back into the tissues and cells. osteoblasts. This connective tissue is largely comprised of liquid crystalline structural fibers of collagen. At every place in the body. each movement causes the crystalline matrix lattice of the connective tissues to generate bioelectronic signals. myoblasts.James L.
also look at how exposure to a stressful situation will produce a psychical result. including myself. such as myself. and whether or not that result can be considered productive. and measure the psychophysical ‚cause‛ of the event. MET and other neuroimagery techniques]. More recently. Examinations are also applied to experient medical history collections in conjunction with claimed psychical events and timelines. unproductive or even a harmful result. Examiners. implore experients to take immense care of their psychological and physiological health if they desire to improve the usability and functionality 221 . the impact on the physiological and psychological systems and states on psychical states and processes. the psychical system has been examined through physiological responses and organ systems innervated by the autonomic nervous system. whereby attempts have been made to link psychical events to psychophysiological states and responses. utilizing functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRIs). examiners are more interested in the central nervous system [CNS] and explore cortical brain potentials [e.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling The Psychical System The psychical system is presumed influenced by an experients localized environment and the elements within that environment. It is because of this link that examiners. Because of this link between the three systems. This influence appears to be psychophysical in nature.g. examining the impact of psychical and psychological states on physiological system responses and vice versa.g. MRI. It is via this perspective I have and continue to study the interface of the psychical. Historically. functionality] appears to have a direct effect on the remaining two systems. This psychical/psychological/physiological link has been at the forefront of my research. and physiological systems. psychological. as aforementioned. brain waves. PET. such as the many types of event-related-potentials (ERPs). whereby if the psychological and physiological systems are influenced then so too is the psychical system due to a link across all three systems. regardless of which system has been improved. improvement in one system [e.
This typically depends on the severity of the condition. ‚When one becomes ill. If exacerbation occurs. the experient should keep track of their health throughout the entire process of enhancement. This includes whether the experient is just beginning the utilization of the enhancement method. Light therapies have been around for quite some time in the alternative. or at least reached a level of less severity. The more severe the condition. and even during durations void of known enhancement techniques. these conditions may be treated or exacerbated by the color associated with those conditions. the experient should be encouraged to remove as much of the associated color as possible from their environment until the condition re-stabilizes. Once the condition is again manageable. the view is developing that we are ‚out of synch‛ with our selves and Nature.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach of their psychical performance. In fact. the more likely the condition will be exacerbated. However. If the experient exhibits one of the many psychological or physiological conditions associated with their personality type. the experient should be encouraged to monitor their mental and physical health during enhancement. Dichotomous Aspects Colorization enhancement is designed as a method to enhance psychophysical well being and psychical potential. the improper application of a color can do more harm than good. this state of health can quickly decline. experients should not resume enhancement until the condition has been treated. and medical fields as research has shown that large amounts of light can cause a medical condition. However. For this reason. while the psychophysiological health of an experient may be deemed ideal for enhancement during an initial examination. Psychical performance can wear down the mind and body very quickly [assumed due to its highly electrical nature] if psychophysiological health is not maintained. Therefore. or if the experient has been utilizing the method for and extended duration. Because of this. research has also found that the same frequency that 222 .
g. Because of this.]. revealing the electromagnetic spectrum [pure colored light]. lighting. it is refracted. gemstones.g.01 cttw >] or small crystal [e. or obtain a small [< 3mm ] associated stone [e. as the diamond they already wear may result in rapid and unstable enhancement. diamonds and crystals are used throughout to enhance other stones. ruby for red personality types] rather that a medium or large size stone. fabric. and who live a healthy lifestyle. an engagement ring] should be cautious when enhancing. the experient should be encouraged to remove the diamond during the enhancement process. Increases should only be implemented after the experient has been performing successfully for at least several months. Diamonds and crystals appear to act as a stone enhancer because when white light enters a diamond or crystal. Specifications can be increased or decreased depending on the experients success with average level specifications. and are ideal because they can be acquired quickly and removed quickly.‛ The Field by Lynne McTaggart Enhancement Elements A variety of enhancement elements can be utilized in this method [e.g. Therefore. When an experient feels they have outgrown a stone and desires to increase the size of the stone currently used. All specifications mentioned are ideal for experients with little to no mental or physical health conditions.g. the experient has the option to either obtain a larger stone. paint etc. Austrian crystal]. red light for a red personality type] is assumed to enhance an already utilized stone. While several types of stones work with specific personality traits. experients in which regularly wear diamonds or crystals [e. Several 223 .g.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling caused the condition can also be used when highly diluted to treat that same condition. They typically produce the quickest results. The pure associated light [e. or use the same size stone in conjunction with a small diamond [0. Each one of these elements is required to meet certain specifications for beneficial effect. Gemstones [including lab created gemstones] are the most popular and the most efficient and safest forms of enhancement.
rings. in fact. and rings. the experient should aim to obtain a ¼ to ½ carat weight diamond with an I3 clarity or better. pendants. White Type The most common stone utilized for white personality types is the gemstone diamond. Oval Clarity I1 – I3 > N/A Size 0. Oval Round. This stone is the most versatile and appears to be the most flexible in regards to specification requirements. While many experients first hesitate to start with this stone due to knowledge of cost. this stone is far more effective than any other white/clear stone in the enhancement process. the diamond should be set in white gold [alternatively silver].Telepathy: A Quantum Approach forms are appropriate for enhancement.50 cttw 3/16 to ¼ inch 3– 8mm Form Any Any White Opaque Any 224 . In the case of a pendant. White Gemstones Type Diamond Austrian Crystal White Onyx Color White/Colorless White/Colorless Shape Round.01-0. Any form is ideal for diamonds.01 cttw with lower clarity have been known to result in substantial enhancement just sitting in an experients pocket. but the most common are earring studs. it should be worn so the stone is subjected to oncoming light waves and the pendant is in contact with the skin. While ideally. and small pendants. Oval Round. such as earrings. loose round diamonds as small as 0. diamond requirements in regards to carat weight is the smallest amongst all other stones. The diamond used does not have to be big and expensive to work. diamonds are utilized to enhance the potency of other gemstones for other personality types. some more so than others. Ideally. In fact.
However. carpet or window treatments in the experients office. the experient should make creative alterations to the room to allow more sunlight in during the day. experients should be encouraged to not paint their walls white. This can include removing blinds and other window treatments that may be obstructing sunlight from entering the room. In regards to paint. Because of this. Garnet is relatively less expensive than ruby. bedroom and office].Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling White light [sunlight] is another means of enhancement. but rather introduce white accents [e. as to much white is disadvantageous.50 cttw Form Pendant or Ring 225 . Forms ideal for these stones include pendants and rings. the type utilized is blood-red pyrope. statues. as ruby tends to be more potent. Red Type The most common stone utilized for red personality types is the gemstone ruby and semi-precious stone garnet. Pyrope is ideal because it is the only form of garnet that always displays red coloration. paintings. White should be implemented into the experients environment rather then become the environment. darker red pyrope is not ideal. For garnet.30-1.g. The experient should aim for a stone 3mm in diameter to start. and electronics]. vases. Fabric is also an option for enhancement including bedding and window treatments in the bedroom and furniture.g. painting the walls of an office or bedroom may do more harm than. Garnet is suggested to those just starting the enhancement method. In areas that the experient spends most of their time [e. Ideally. Red Gemstones Type Ruby Color Blood-Red Shape Trillion. Square Clarity Transparent Size 0. the stone should be set in rose or yellow gold [alternatively brass].
g. Square Transparent 3. the experient should make creative alterations to the room to allow more sunlight in during the day. Because of this. a lamp with a red lampshade. paintings. painting all of the walls of an office or bedroom red may do more harm than good.8mm Pendant or Ring Pendant or Ring Pendant or Ring Red Red Opaque Translucent 3– 8mm 3– 8mm White light [sunlight] and a red lighting accent are other means of enhancement. This can include removing blinds and other window treatments that may be obstructing sunlight from entering the room. In areas that the experient spends most of their time [e.g. and electronics]. Red should be implemented into the experients environment rather then become the environment. experients should be encouraged to have only one red main wall [typically the wall the experient would be looking at when standing in the doorway looking into the room] or alternatively limit red in the room to red accents [e. 12mm] and rich in color. as to much red is disadvantageous. the potency of amethyst is weak. statues.g. However. Experients should be encouraged to veer away from amethyst 226 . Square Trillion. a lamp with a red light bulb. Purple Type The most common stone utilized for purple types is the semiprecious stone amethyst. and alarm clock with a red light display]. In the evening. Square Trillion. Amethyst is inexpensive and is simple to come by. a red lighting accent is very beneficial [e.g.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Garnet rope Red Jasper Carnelian PyBlood-Red Trillion. vases. bedroom and office]. In regards to paint. Fabric is also an option for enhancement including bedding and window treatments in the bedroom and furniture. Therefore. carpet or window treatments in the experients office. The color of the amethyst is very important. experients should be encouraged to obtain amethyst stones that are large in size [e.
In the evening. and alarm clock with a purple light display]. Smaller amethyst stones can be increased in potency when they are set with diamond or crystal accents. a lamp with a purple lampshade. and rich purple. Instead. Princess Trillion.g. the experient should make creative alterations to the room to allow more sunlight in during the day. the stone should be set in rose or yellow gold [alternatively brass]. In regards to paint. a lamp with a purple light bulb. strong. Ideally. Dark purples however should be avoided. Princess Trillion. bedroom and office]. Fabric is also an option for enhancement including bedding and window treatments in the bedroom and furniture. This can include removing blinds and other window treatments that may be obstructing sunlight from entering the room. a purple lighting accent is very beneficial [e.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling stones that are faint in color. In areas that the experient spends most of their time [e. but medium to deeper purples are not suggested. The form ideal for these color stones is as a pendant. Princess Clarity Transparent Transparent/Translu cent Translucent Transparent Size 1020mm 1020mm 1020mm 1020mm Form Pendant Pendant Sugilite Iolite Deep-Purple Deep-Purple Pendant Pendant White light [sunlight] and a purple lighting accent is another means of enhancement. Princess Trillion. carpet or window treatments in the experients office. the color should be a deep. Purple Gemstones Type Amethyst Fluorite Color Deep-Purple Deep-Purple Shape Trillion.g. painting all of the walls of an office or bedroom light purple [pastel] is agreeable. as diamonds and crystals appear to enhance the effects of any stone. Alternatively. the experient could paint the main wall [typically the wall the experient 227 .
etc. Whether yellow or yellow-orange. experients should be encouraged to switch to yellow-orange.g. Yellow Gemstones Type Amber Citrine Color Yellow. but rather fossilized tree resin known as amber. nor does amber appear to be enhanced by diamond accents like stones used for enhancement. statues. eliminating amber in which contain insects. Yellow-Orange Yellow. Purple should be implemented into the experients environment rather become the environment.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach would be looking at when standing in the doorway looking into the room] a medium to deep purple and paint the remaining walls a lighter less dramatic color. paintings. The ideal color of amber for enhancement is yellow for those just staring out. vases. The form ideal for amber or other stones for this type is the pendant. The experient can alternatively limit purple in the room to purple accents [e. Later. Yellow-Orange Yellow. not faint. Yellow-orange amber containing the color red should be avoided as this color amber typically results in rapid unstable enhancement. Amber utilized should be as pure as the experient can find. as to much purple is disadvantageous. the amber should be rich in color. Ideally. the stone should be set in yellow gold [alternatively brass]. and electronics]. plant material. Yellow Type The most common stone utilized for yellow types is actually not a stone at all. Yellow-Orange Shape Square Square Clarity Transparent Transparent Size 4mm > 4mm > Form Pendant Pendant Topaz Square Translucent 4mm > Pendant 228 . The size of the amber does not appear to be relative to enhancement unless it is less than 4mm.
A wide range of yellows can be used. The experient can alternatively limit yellow in the room to yellow or gold accents [e. The Feel of Enhancement Any type of sensation associated with enhancement is dependent on the sensitivity of the experients.g. the experient will feel nothing at all. reported sensations include immediate to semi-immediate relief from psychological or physiological conditions associated with their profiling type. a lamp.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling White light [sunlight] and typical indoor lighting is another means of enhancement [indoor lighting gives off a yellow hue not white]. In the evening. including pastels or light yellows and gold. This can include removing blinds and other window treatments that may be obstructing sunlight from entering the room. or alarm clock with a yellow light display]. bedroom and office]. vases. 229 . In areas that the experient spends most of their time [e. minor itching. or tingling.g. Fabric is also an option for enhancement including bedding and window treatments in the bedroom and furniture. In most cases. the experient should make creative alterations to the room to allow more sunlight in during the day. therefore disadvantageous. Light yellows should be implemented into the experients environment rather become the environment. as only a little yellow can sometimes be too much. In cases of experients in which are sensitive. The experient should keep areas well lit during the day that do not get enough sunlight exposure. Medium and darker yellows are not advantageous. In regards to paint. and electronics].g. carpet or window treatments in the experients office. paintings. but medium to deeper yellows are not suggested. painting all of the walls of an office or bedroom light yellow [pastel] is agreeable. a simple lighting accent is very beneficial [e. statues. or aching localized to the position of a colored element on the body.
allowing an experient to maintain demands they set for themselves. assessing the individual for associated psychical events. as research has shown that nutrition plays a vital role in aiding cerebral 230 . body. Some enhancers have been reported to improve cognitive functioning such as improving concentration and focus during performance.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Not Just a Placebo Effect Colored elements have been utilized by believers and nonbelievers of psychical phenomena in which were assumed to possess a psychical ability. Enhancers should be utilized along with a well balanced diet. the non-believers typically report that individuals who would normally be certainly disagreeable to be suddenly agreeable. Non-believers typically do not report micro-sensations. that scored high for an associated type and have a history of possible telepathic events. My research in this area involves the following steps: profiling the individual who does not believe in psychical phenomena. but specifics are not presented. as there are many variations possible. The individual was then instructed to wear the element throughout their day for two weeks and to report any instances they deemed relative.] Benefits of Colorization Enhancement Psychical performance enhancers are proposed because they appear to increase an experients ability to achieve results. Many experients utilize enhancers based on suggested specifications. in cases involving nonbelievers of telepathic interaction.e. but do report alterations in their day to day [i. and practice. but others have found that intuition and creativity in conjunction with suggested specifications can assist an experient in discovering new ways that are unique to their mind. Enhancers are not assumed to be limited to those aforementioned. telling the individual the element would enhance the particular type of phenomena associated with their type and history. Enhancers have been shown to improve psychical function and management.
Cerebral performance is crucial to psychical performance. These types of enhancers are more natural and represent that which can be achieved from natural ability and skill. In regards to experients of telepathic simulation or precognitive telepathy. Enhancement via Socialization I typically encourage experients of telepathic phenomena to seek out other experients of equivalent or similar psychical ability for not only support. I have found that experients of similar psychical phenomena tend to enhance the effectiveness and incidences of such phenomena. In either case. but also already present associated side effects i. typically notice an increase in the condition via decreases in their abilities to pay attention and sustain attention in conjunction with increases in forgetfulness. but also appears to be correlated to the use of twoway electrical mediums such as the telephone or internet calls via a personal computer. An example of this in regards to experients of telepathic cognition include increases in current issues pertaining to Attention Deficit Disorder. disorganized thoughts. Effects not only appear to result in the enhancement of psychical phenomena. therefore a healthy diet. such effects have increased to a point indicative of a shifting from generalized anxiety to a full-fledged personality disorder. In regards to experients of telepathic interaction.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling performance.e. enhancers can help an experient improve technique and overall ability. regular exercise. procrastination. but also enhancement. psychological and or physiological factors. an exam- 231 . and aggressive behavior in conjunction with decreases in security and self-esteem. This effect appears to be correlated to spatial proximity. an example of this effect is an increase in current issues pertaining to the need to control people and or situations due to generalized or social anxieties. Such an effect presents itself via increase in demands. In rare cases. and frequent shifting between tasks and or conversations. and adequate sleep are all forms of performance enhancement because they all have positive effects on cognitive [and physical] function.
so I deduced that some form of geometric pattern might be formed during psychical performance. I asked myself. and today.g. In addition to physiological and psychological effects.g. effects appear to dissolve after spatial proximity is decreased [e. the experients depression can be exacerbated. In this case.g. 232 . Cymatics is the study of visible sound and vibration. PsiMatics The development of PsiMatics began early in my research in attempts to link geometric symbolism to psychical phenomena to be utilized as a form of enhancement in conjunction with colorization enhancement. physiological. and involves the exploration of visible geometric patterns created by vibrating wave phenomena. the depression can be exacerbated to the extent of major depression followed by a period of mania [i. experients end a telephone call]. or in cases of the enhancement of telepathic ability is unclear. experients separate and go to their own homes] or after electrically mediated communication is canceled [e. Different patterns emerge in an excitatory medium depending on the geometry of the medium utilized [e. freezing computers]. ‚What if the experient was the excitatory medium?‛ Many hypotheses existed at the time.g. and psychical. The duration of these increase effects. bipolar disorder]. and if discovered.e. a plate] and the driving frequency. However. psychological. Another common effect in regards to these two forms of telepathy includes an increase or exacerbation of anxiety. In cases in which experients of telepathic phenomena experience electrical effects [e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach ple of this effect is an increase in current issues pertaining to depression. increases of psychical effects also tend to present themselves. and in rare cases. a subset of modal phenomena. This idea came to me while studying Cymatics or vibrating wave phenomena and excitatory mediums. suggesting that psychical phenomena vibrate at specific frequencies. these electrical effects tend to increase during socialization with other experients of psychical phenomena regardless of similarity of ability. During my studies.
Not only were these symbols simple in design. Initially. Because these symbols were so simple and worked so well in experiments involving ESP. These symbols are used for this experiment because they are elementary geometric symbols that were suggested by an experimental psychologist at Duke University names Karl Zener. but with several quirks. and such a requirement could not be met. I assumed that patterns or symbols in which could be beneficial in psychical enhancement would have to be intricate involving many straight-line segments and or curves. To my later surprise. symbols in which appeared to result in psychical enhancement were not as intricate as I once assumed.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling such a pattern or symbol could be advantageous to psychical enhancement. It was a long shot. cross. these patterns naturally resonate frequencies in which alter the physiology of the experient [e. Even if drawn as twodimensional shapes. wavy line. But how do they work? There have been many studies involving the physiological effects of symbols on human beings. cells and organs] in a psychically conducive manner. Zener cards have been utilized for many years to conduct experiments for extrasensory perception.g. but they already had an association to psychical research in the form of the Zener cards. I assumed perfection in design would be required. the symbols were quite simple. but I was up to the challenge. My initial approach was simple. This 233 . I hope such a starting point would be advantageous. and star. Such research has lead me to assume that when a symbol is placed on or near an experient. basic geometric shapes to first be used singly and then in various combination. Instead. square. The simple geometric symbols I began with consisted of the circle.
so too is the psychical system. Visualizing a psimatical pattern/image is presumed to create measurable electrical and magnetic fields. At this time. 234 . Reiki]. Therefore. connective tissue. The pattern of light on the retina is translated into a pattern of electrical impulses on the occipital cortex. The electrical and magnetic fields produced by this neural activity in the brain are not assumed to be limited to the brain. these patterns are only assumed to entrain and enhance physiological components of the experients body associated with psychical performance. In other words. results in neural activity that creates measurable electrical and magnetic fields that appear to influence the physiological system in a way that is psychical conducive. but such experients to test this activity have not yet been conducted. as it has also shown to be effective in improving psychophysiological systems. Therefore. This is because the cortical map of the brain is about ‚10. or simply visualizing a psimatical image. and the circulatory system. psimatics has not only been utilized as a means of psychical enhancement. In this case. Therefore.g. but rather they spread throughout the body via the central nervous system. amplification takes place. Nerves from the retina then communicate with many other nerves.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach assumption comes solely from successful performance enhancement reported by experients. and this communication results in the electrical energy spreading over an extensive area. it is presumed that physically looking at a psimatical image. because the physiological system is altered.000‛ times the size of the retinal area. which may happen due to a process of amplification similar to the amplification associated with symbols utilized in several forms of alternative medical treatments [e. the psimatical image on the retina of the eye is assumed to result in a pattern of electrical activity that travels through the optic nerve to the optic lobes of the brain.
or to wear four interlocked circles as a pendant. though this process amplification appear to stop at 4 circles.Wavy Lines The psimatical symbol for ‚Red‛ personality types that appeared to be the most beneficial in the psychical enhancement process is that of three vertical wavy lines with receding angles. As the number of circles where increased.Circles The psimatical symbols for ‚White‛ personality types that appeared to be the most beneficial in the psychical enhancement process are combinations of circles. Experients were instructed either to meditate on the shape for 5 to ten minutes per day for two weeks. or to wear as a pendant or ring for a period of two weeks in conjunction with colorization enhancement. or set of earrings for a period of two weeks in conjunction with colorization enhancement. Throughout the variations and combinations of circles. 235 . Experients were instructed either to meditate on the shape for 5 to ten minutes per day for two weeks. ring. so to was the level of enhancement. the most reported as beneficial was the combination of 4 interlocked circles [shown below]. Example: 4 interlocked circles Psimatical Image for Category Red .Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling PsiMatical Image for Category White .
and semi-complex variations.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Example: Wavy lines w/ receding angles. Example: Doubled forked cross and 16-pointed polygon star 236 . or if the number 8 or 16 in general apply to this personality type. Several variations were utilized including simple. Standard crosses were initially utilized until it was realized that doubling a cross appeared more efficient. Throughout the variations of crosses. Psimatical Image for Category Purple . or to wear a double forked cross pendant for a period of two weeks in conjunction with colorization enhancement.Cross The psimatical symbols for ‚Purple‛ personality types that appeared to be the most beneficial in the psychical enhancement process is that of the shape of a cross. It is uncertain whether the 8 lines of the cross or 16-pointed star polygon [dependant on the length of the lines] is the reason doubled crosses are more efficient. Experients were instructed either to meditate on the shape for 5 to ten minutes per day for two weeks. the most reported as beneficial was the doubled forked cross [shown below]. detailed.
Star The psimatical symbols for ‚Yellow‛ personality types that appeared to be the most beneficial in the psychical enhancement process is that of star polygons.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling Psimatical Image for Category Yellow . or to wear a 10pointed star pendant for a period of two weeks in conjunction with colorization enhancement. Throughout the varied points and versions of the star polygons. Experients were instructed either to meditate on the shape for 5 to ten minutes per day for two weeks. Star polygons from 5-points to 10-points were utilized. As the number of points increased. Example: 10-pointed star polygon 237 . so too did the level of enhancement. the most reported as beneficial was the ten-pointed complex star [shown below].
2. and clairvoyants (precognitives. and nothing remains the same in regards to psychical phenomena. Intelligence is loosely defined as an individual’s capacity to acquire knowledge. assertive. postcognitives. T/F 238 . but. The chance of an experient scoring a different type year to year is quite low. Anxiety is common across all psychical types. 6. T/F Nothing is certain. T/F 8. high quality performance values have been found correlated to alpha and beta activity [14-30 Hz].QUESTIONS 1. This is to say that many lean towards two to three different types more often then they exactly fit one particular type. and low quality performance values correlated to delta and theta waves. and engage in abstract reasoning. and mediums). T/F 9. per my research. empaths. psychical personality types are not ‚pure‛ types. Individuals with extroversive traits tend to be gregarious. is most common in telepaths. T/F 5. remote viewers. T/F 3. 7. T/F Neuroticism is a fundamental personality trait that involves a continuing tendency to experience negative emotional states. and interested in seeking out excitement. As similar to the Myers-Briggs personality types. apply knowledge. T/F In multi-subject designed experiments. Alpha rhythms in the brain have correlations with the cardiac cycle during a psychophysical mode termed physiological coherence. T/F 4.
However. Transliminality is the readiness with which subconscious material can cross the threshold of consciousness in a given person. T/F 14.‛ T/F 13. T/F 19. The beneficial nature of color can result in the treatment of a psychological or physiological condition with correlations to that specific color. An above average IQ is a requirement for psychical experiences. T/F 11. T/F 12. research has also found that the 239 . T/F 16. motoric.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling 10. Historically. Colorization enhancement seeks to re-establish the connection of the experient to the natural flow of life by implementing into an experients environment more of the natural energies human beings today lack do to the artificiality of their environments. involving a full commitment of available perceptual. T/F 15. experients of ESP adopt one form of mediation over the other becoming either a visualizer or verbalizer. However. and its outside to be more negatively charged and alkaline. The working range of a cell requires its inside to be more positively charged and acidic. Typically. Psychological absorption is defined formally as ‚a total attention. imaginative. T/F 18. and ideational resources to a unified representation of the attentional object. those same specific colors can also exacerbate correlated psychological and physiological conditions if applied incorrectly T/F 17. Psychical performance can wear down the mind and body very quickly if psychophysiological health is not maintained. Research has shown that large amounts of light can cause a medical condition. the psychical system has been examined through physiological responses and organ systems innervated by the autonomic nervous system. information is often mediated via the visual or auditory sensory modes. In spontaneous cases of ESP.
freezing computers]. In cases in which experients of telepathic phenomena experience electrical effects [e. Any type of sensation associated with enhancement is dependent on the sensitivity of the experients. the experient has the option to either obtain a larger stone. or use the same size stone in conjunction with a small diamond [0. Gemstones [including lab created gemstones] are the most popular and the most efficient and safest forms of enhancement. T/F 27. therefore a healthy diet.01 cttw >] or small crystal [e. T/F 22. Enhancers have not been shown to improve psychical function and management. Austrian crystal]. T/F 24. and adequate sleep are all forms of performance enhancement because they all have positive effects on cognitive [and physical] function. these patterns naturally resonate frequencies in 240 . it should be worn so the stone is not subjected to oncoming light waves and so the pendant is in contact with the skin [e. allowing an experient to maintain demands they set for themselves. these electrical effects tend to increase during socialization with other experients of psychical phenomena regardless of similarity of ability.‛ T/F 20. T/F 26. In the case of a pendant. T/F 28.g. I assume that when a psimatical symbol is placed on or near an experient. Cerebral performance is crucial to psychical performance.g.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach same frequency that caused the condition can also be used when highly diluted to treat that same condition. placed under their shirt]. T/F 21. T/F 25.g. When an experient feels they have outgrown a stone and desires to increase the size of the stone currently used. Some enhancers have been reported to improve cognitive functioning such as improving concentration and focus during performance. T/F 23. regular exercise.
It is presumed that physically looking at a psimatical image. The psimatical image on the retina of the eye is assumed to result in a pattern of electrical activity that travels through the optic nerve to the optic lobes of the brain. or simply visualizing a psimatical image.Chapter 7: Psychical Profiling which alter the physiology of the experient [e. cells and organs] in a psychically conducive manner.g. results in neural activity that creates measurable electrical and magnetic fields that appear to influence the physiological system in a way that is psychical conducive. T/F 29. T/F 30. T/F 241 .
appear to lead to similar and measureable results. and typically involve identifying neuroelectric or neuroimaging correlates. 242 . However. Tibetan tantric practices. ultimately results in the trivialization of the practices themselves. Similarities include claims in regards to the ultimate fundamental meaning or nature of the state of consciousness attained. These examinations involve the effects of meditative practices on the brain and body. reason. but it is typically utilized in a highly vague manner. etc. language. The generic utilization of meditation. While diverse in approach. in regards to meditative techniques in which result in certain alternative states of consciousness. This inadequacy stems from its general usage as a reference to various practices and methods. This suggests that despite certain historical attempts to categorize diverse meditation practices [e. whereby rendering its descriptive authority inadequate. and the metaphysical phenomenological descriptions that are currently beyond testability and therefore measurement. some effects are measureable and repeatable. The diversity of meditation can reach back through time to African ritualistic tribal dance.8 MEDITATION Enhancing Skill via Psychophysiological Well-Being The term meditation is widely utilized. many traditions have independently developed techniques that in the end. or applying such a diversity of practices to the term. involving the assumption that meditation is a mystical experience that transcends thought.g. and normal perceptive processes] reliable neuroscientific examinations of meditation are possible.
where psychological issues can conversely result in poor behavioral decisions and actions that can contribute to various types of medical conditions. decreasing anxiety. and can all result in severe physiological issues and a need for medical services and treatment. helps us maintain physiological health and well-being. These poor behavioral decisions and actions can include smoking. helps us make beneficial life choices. allows us to handle life’s natural difficulties. type 2 di- 243 . Physical activity can help you control your weight. and achieve a more profound capacity for relaxation. the utilization of various medical services declines. implementing a simple meditative practice into your life for as little as 15 minutes a day can assist individuals in controlling stress. ulcers. improve cardiovascular health. excessive alcohol or drugs usage. Other research studies have shown that individuals with untreated mental health issues typically visit a medical doctor twice as often as individuals who receive mental health care. Excessive mental health issues such as stress and anxiety can contribute to physiological conditions such as heart disease. Mental health also increases our likelihood to make positive behavioral decisions. Importance of Physical health Physical activity is one of the most important and productive things you can do for your health. Various research studies have shown that when appropriate mental health care is received. poor eating habits. reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease. and assists us in the discovery and growth towards our greatest potential. However.Chapter 8: Meditation Importance of Mental Health Mental health is important because it improves our quality of life. various types of reckless behavior. It provides us with healthy relationships. whereby resulting in vulnerabilities to conditions ranging from the common cold to cancer. and can reduce the strength of the immune system.
Increases have been found in the hippocampus. which is a type of hormone associated with stress. and stress. These cognitive and psychological benefits involved the thickening of the cerebral cortex in areas associated with attention and emotional integrations. strengthen your bones and muscles. which has provoked and sudden increase in research over the past decade. In addition to physical activity. empathy. Ongoing research in this area has led us towards a detailed understanding of many molecular and system-level changes that are produced by specific types of experiential input. A number of scientific studies have linked meditative practices to differences in cortical thickness or density of grey-matter. meditation has been found though scientific studies to be accompanied by a host of biochemical and physiological alterations in the body of which can alter and benefit your metabolism. and brain activity. blood pressure. and increase your chances of living a longer. heart rate. Recent studies have found that mindfulness meditation training lasting as little as 27 minutes a day for eight weeks can result in brain structure changes. and happier life. Neuroplasticity It is a well-accepted and well-documented theory that experience changes the brain. The Intersection of Neuroscience and Meditation We will now briefly explore claims in relation to two main neuroscientific agendas in regards to mediation. healthier. improve your ability to do daily activities. An interest in this feature is known as neuroplasticity or cortical re-mapping. sense of self. Characteristic responses also include decreased cortisol. and in some cases in conjunctions with. and the interaction of mind and body. and some types of cancer. respiration. These measurable changes in brain regions are associated with memory. which is important for learning and memo- 244 . which include neuroplasticity. improve your overall mental health and mood.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach abetes.
there is relatively very little known in regards to meditations impact on physical health. specific pathways and signaling molecules enable the bidirectional communication. the endocrine system. peripheral biology may be potentially affected by meditative practices because such conditions as illness are susceptible to modulations by the autonomic. and the immune system. and introspection. participants of these studies reported reductions in stress. endocrine. The goal typically involves cul- 245 .Chapter 8: Meditation ry. compassion. That is to say. and in structures associated with self-awareness. Therefore. Mechanisms of Mind-Body Interaction In addition to the interest in neuroplasticity. which is known to play a fundamental role in anxiety and stress. In addition. These structural characteristics are relevant to the likelihood that meditation may influence physical health. despite popular claims in regards to the health benefits of meditation. and that this communication travels along three basic routes: the autonomic nervous system. and or immune pathways involved in ‚brain-periphery communication.‛ Unfortunately. is the interest in the impact of training the mind on peripheral biological processes important in regards to physical health and illness. It is established that there is bidirectional communication between the brain and the periphery. Questions raised in this area include whether or not mental training can affect the body in a manner that can result in a significant effect on physical health. this and related research shows us that we can play an active role in changing our brains. Physiological Baselines The primary goal of the practice of meditation is to alter the baseline state of experience and to eliminate the distinction between the meditative and post-meditative states. and increasing our wellbeing and quality of life. which were correlated to decreased grey-matter density in the amygdala. In each of these systems.
India. as well as theta frequency ranges. clinicians now recognize the essential need to validate the meditative impact on the brain and body. Concerning Attention Meditation. In addition. In addition.‛ and affects in regards to the ‚attentional baseline‛ by reducing distractions or daydream-like thoughts. where an increase in alpha activity.‛ Extended training has been said to reduce egocentric traits and alter the emotional baseline. Aims also include experiencing the present in the sense of ‚nowness. and Nepal.g. Neuroelectric and Neuroimaging Correlates Research in regards to physiological correlates of meditation have been primarily focused on three groups: Yogis and students of Yoga in India. are now utilized regularly in the medical environment. because meditative practices [e. Today. the neurobiology of consciousness and cognitive. an increase in the burst of oscillations. In regards to Transcendental Meditation. Therefore. Such acceptance has lead to the legitimacy of research in regards to mediation. between baseline and Transcendental Meditative practice. a similar EEG signature has been found. affective. the standard EEG correlate is an increase in alpha rhythm amplitude and frequency followed by a slowing in frequency by 1-3 Hz and a spreading of this pattern into the frontal channels. the United States. have become wellaccepted areas of research in the neurosciences over the past two decades.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach tivating an increased awareness of a more subtle baseline during which the sense of an ‚autobiographical or narrative self is de -emphasized. and social neuroscience. and practitioners of Zen and Tibetan Buddhists in Japan. mostly over the central and 246 . Yoga or Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction]. meditative practices are typically designed to cultivate specific features or qualities of experience in which endure through time. and are relatively independent of consistent changes in somatosensory or external stimuli/events. are frequently reported. Transcendental Meditation practitioners in the United States. and global frontocentral increases in coherence in alpha [6-12 Hz].
There are several ways to reach a strong state of psychological absorption. In some forms of meditation. meditation. anterior cingulated cortices. whether involving low or high arousal. thalamus. For experients that practice habitual [daily] arousal methods. caudate. long-term practitioners have been found to selfinduce sustained EEG high-amplitude gamma-band oscillations and phase synchrony during meditation. High Arousal vs. Such methods today. In neuroimaging studies on meditation. and to a lesser extent theta. they are typically able to reach a strong state of psychological absorption before or long after a method is utilized. these individuals may have opted for high-level arousal to reach a strong state of psychological absorption such as vigorous. while more experiences mediators showed a rhythmical theta wave pattern during later stages of meditation. deactivation was found in orbitofrontal. happens immediately after meditation begins. Low Arousal Meditation Throughout history. muscle tension. pons. ritualistic. brain wave activity. dorsolateral prefrontal. temporal and inferior parietal lobes.Chapter 8: Meditation frontal electrodes. In Objectless Meditation. Less experienced subjects typically maintain high-amplitude alpha activity throughout a session. prayer or several other forms of low level arousal in which heart rate. and cerebellum. Alternatively. involves the increase of alpha. Common methods used in the past include relaxation. are commonplace for many experients preperformance or pre-experimentation. which in most respects. experients of many forms of psychical and spiritual phenomena have induced states of strong psychological absorption as a means to involve themselves effortlessly into the contents of their experience. and rhythmic dance or other similar high arousal methods. progress has been made in the identification of structuralfunctional brain relationships of meditative traits and states utilizing a variety of neuroimaging modalities. 247 . and respiration are decreased.
The first mode involves one-pointed attention techniques that cultivate a form of voluntary. the goal for the experient is to reach a point where they can quickly induce an aroused state to perform. Today. In addition. there are several mainstream health care programs in which assist individuals. which comes from habitual arousal and habitual performance. Experients should continue by removing low arousal methods and replacing them with high arousal methods to decide which type of arousal results in greater performance values. my research has shown that nearly the same amount of experients would benefit from high arousal as much as low arousal methods. there exists a continuum of two modes of practices. and sustained attention on 248 . Either way. both ill and healthy. effortful. There is also a growing movement in the mainstream scientific community to fund research interests in this area. Concentration vs. Utilizing meditation as method for stress and pain reduction continues to be popular in hospitals. to see if low arousal may work best for them. Today.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Experients should be encouraged to try a couple low arousal methods to begin. the medical community continues to agree that mental factors such as stress can significantly contribute to a lack of physical health. especially in regards to individuals suffering from chronic or terminal illness. and to reduce complications of which are associated with increased stress that include depressed immune systems. Mindful Meditation In popular meditation. While low arousal meditation is the most often method utilized. low arousal meditation has been utilized in the mainstream of health care as a method to reduce stress and pain. Low Level Arousal For some time now. in promoting their inner well-being. some experients benefit greatly from both methods when placing a high arousal method in the morning hours and a low arousal method in the evening shortly before bed.
The aim of zazen is to suspend all judgmental thinking and allow words. will find concentration meditation more challenging. Those who do not appear to have difficulties with concentration will often excel at concentration meditation. The second mode involves the cultivation of a more broadly focused. for example those with Attention Deficit Disorder. where the individual concentrates their attention on a single object such as breath. those who spend their days in a free-floating mindset will often excel at mindfulness meditation. the first few years]. while those who are able to concentrate may find it difficult to ‚let go. If an individual easily activates the default mode network [associated with free-floating thought] throughout the day. non-judgmental mode of free-floating attention. This is because of a lack of equilibrium in the brain.g. activation of attention and other cognitive processes]. where the individual does not focus the mind on a single object. a chakra center. images. a mantra. sensations.Chapter 8: Meditation an object. some may excel at one mode over the other. Depending on the personality type of the individual. Contrastingly. This balance is assumed required to maintain a sufficient clarity or meta-awareness throughout the meditative process. they should attempt the most challenging type of meditation. The second mode often derives its techniques from a meditative practice called Zazen. ideas. These modes differ from typical relaxation techniques because they exist to achieve a balance between hypoarousal [i.e. along with considerations for possible health factors.‛ If an individual feels they have a shortcoming. the deeper in meditation they are able to go. while those who find difficulty concentrating. While utilizing one mode or the other may be ideal for those beginning a meditative practice [e. The first mode often derives its techniques from Indian yogic concentration meditation.e. or an internally visualized image. but rather observes a wide range of passing thoughts. or images. and thoughts to pass by void of further involvement. lacking concentration or the ability to let go. activating the default network] and excitation [i. emotions. Techniques also include mindfulness meditation techniques. the more they will find that both concentration and mindfulness can work together. 249 .
once an individual is able to reach deeper meditative states. The goal in meditation is to reach a level of effectiveness in regards to both concentration and mindfulness meditation. On the other hand. these processes appear to work together to explore the deeper level of being. However. It should be noted that while concentration meditation is advantageous in many regards. an individual should focus on the efficiency of the brain as a whole. an individual will be able to experience the various impressions. 250 . while also utilizing concentration to focus the mind. then the areas of the brain associated with concentration and attention will be more effective.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach the areas of the brain associated with the default mode network will be more effective both experientially and structurally. They also appear to assist in cognitively processing psi-based information in the same moments the information is received. the individual may find it advantageous to incorporate both modes into single meditation sessions. Therefore. it is not psi-conducive in the sense concentration ‚shuts-off‛ the free-floating mindset required to receive psi information. if an individual finds it relatively easy to concentrate on tasks throughout the day. these two modes of meditation should be separated in practice. as these modes are contradictory to each other. By practicing both mindfulness and concentration. in regards to individuals within the first few years of starting a meditative practice. as experiential changes directly correspond with structural changes. concentration meditations are not advantageous for most experients pre-performance. focusing on one mode and then the other. While these processes contradict each other in surface-level meditation [the first few years]. After a few years of well-balanced efficient meditation. working towards equal efficiency in both concentration and mindfulness. Therefore.
Practitioners should take their time in choosing a mantra. However. This method is most advantageous for telepathic impressionists. The mantra will be the practitioner’s tool to focus and concentrate and should serve a pu rpose in mediation. they should change their mantra. word. the mantra must be something personal and secret to the practitioner. or phase considered capable of creating transformation. or a universal energy that can be used to find a balance between the mind and body. It is one of the most widely practiced meditation types. The mantra [sound] is typically effortlessly utilized in silent repetition. If at any time the practitioner feels their mantra is not assisting them in achieving their goals. and individual can choose their own mantra. as a thought. and is considered a ‚vehicle‛ in which allows the individual to enter into a calm and relaxed state.Chapter 8: Meditation Methods of Meditation The following are several types of meditation utilized for low-level arousal meditative practices. Mantra Meditation Mantra meditation is a type of meditation commonly utilized for Transcendental Meditation involving a sound. In this case. The mantras utilized typically consist of sounds without meaning. and are often assigned to the individual by their meditation instructor or teacher. in the meditation process. In Yoga. syllable. The mantra should be something simple as to allow them to maintain a free-floating mindset. Deep Breathing Meditation Deep breathing is a rhythmic process of expansion and contraction. and the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous 251 . and choose a mantra that provides the right sensation. the breath I known as the prana. the conscious and unconscious. once in the morning and once in the evening. The mantra is typically repeated inmind 15-20 minutes twice a day.
breathing is viewed as a bridge. You can identify if you are a chest breather by placing your right hand on your chest and left hand on your abdomen. Due to this more rapid and shallow breathing. Through the breathing process. because the greatest amount of blood flow occurs in the lower lobes of the lungs. during meditation. high blood pressure. Long periods of stress can result in the sympathetic nervous system being over stimulated. heart rate. As you breathe. notice which hand rises more than the other does. Just remember to breath deeper. 252 . whereby leading to an imbalance of which can affect our physical health.g. this type of breathing is inefficient. Chest breathing is common in individuals with chronic stress. you can alter your breathing habits via time and attention. Therefore. the chest does not expand as much as it would with slower and deeper breaths. which can lead to a restriction of the connective and muscular tissue in the chest. and muscle pain.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach system. it is important for the experient to make sure they are using abdominal breathing and not chest breathing. circulation. we can voluntarily influence the involuntary [e. and throughout your day-to-day. Fortunately. When deep breathing. of which your breath is not reaching. If so. then you are a chest breather. This method of meditation is most advantageous for telepathic cognitives. digestion and many other physical functions. whereby resulting in relaxation and a reversal of the changes associated with stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system. sympathetic nervous system] that regulates blood pressure. The breath can also be utilized to directly influence stressbased changes resulting in a direct stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system. resulting in inflammation. This means you are receiving less oxygen transfer to the blood and a poor delivery of nutrients to your tissues. whereby resulting in a decreased range of motion in the chest wall. If the hand on your chest raises more. allowing us to control the otherwise uncontrollable functions of our bodies.
Chapter 8: Meditation A simple abdominal breathing technique is as follows. relaxing. This form of meditation may be easier for those who find mindful or concentration exclusive meditation challenging. In addition. will be your ‚object‛ of effortless focus as a means to direct you towards a free-floating mindset. and reduce stress. to observing a physical image and allowing the thoughts. Therefore. this slow rhythmic process. and emotions that image evokes to pass by. Take in a deep breath through your nose. which is good for mindful meditation. as this form of meditation can shift between the two. which is good for concentration meditation. Visual meditation can also assist in pain reduction. Repeat this cycle 4 more times for a total of 5 deep breaths with the goal of breathing at a rate of one breath every 10 seconds. Visual Imagery Meditation Visual imagery can range from concentrating on a visual image mentally. increased healing time. ideas. with or without brief usage throughout the day. anxiety and various other forms of tension. and hold it for a count of 7. As all the air is released. gently contract your abdominal muscles to evacuate completely the remaining air from the lungs. visual imagery meditation can be utilized in concentration or mindful meditation. This rate of breath. This method of meditation is typically utilized 15-20 minutes per day. Visual content typically utilized includes nature scenes or other visual images that the practitioner deems inspiring. and typically involves visual content that is more stimulating. this method of meditation possesses a tendency to evoke ideas and thoughts. to guided visual meditation where a teacher guides the practitioner through a series of descriptions of scenes for the practitioner to construct mentally. or of which evokes a positive 253 . Slowly exhale through your mouth for a count of 8.
and body awareness. and precognitives. whereby shifting individu- 254 . or the sound of dripping water from a fountain. While the approaches to poses are variant. muscle tone. The overall benefits of yoga include flexibility. a statue. This method of meditation is advantageous for all telepathists. whereby generating heat in the body via movement. strength. a symbol.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach emotional state. stress reduction. Yoga Yoga is a traditional physical and mental discipline that involves the creation of balance in the body via developing both strength and flexibility. Static [still] objects are often more advantageous for concentration mediation as they typically do not induce a trance meditative state. the concentration required for yoga allows the mind to concentrate on something other than stressors. Physical Object Meditation Physical objects are commonly utilized in concentration meditation. This method of meditation is most advantageous for telepathic cognitives. Rather. depending on the tradition. a candle flame. each of which appears to possess a specific physical benefit. which makes them ideal for mindful meditation. mental calmness. can be advantageous for mindful meditation as a means to induce a free-floating mindset. In regards to stress reduction. Meditation objects commonly utilized include: a picture. the smell of incense. a flower. those of a rhythmic or hypnotic nature. the poses themselves are constant. though some types of objects. simulators [in groups]. a color or colored object associated with their personality type. the still quality of these objects provides for a more efficient attentional focus. pain prevention. efficient breathing. These poses are often done swiftly in succession. or slowly as a means to increase stamina and to perfect the alignment of a pose. Objects such as a candle flame or the sound of dripping water can induce a trance meditative state. This strength and flexibility is achieved through various postures and poses.
asthma. and awareness for mental and spiritual health. Yoga practitioners often report feeling less stressed than when they began utilizing yoga into their routine. Qigong can be effective in treating many chronic conditions such as hypertension. A qigong system consists of one or more of the following types of training. cancer. Qigong can also assist in general health maintenance. Qigong involves particular forms of martial arts. and various other forms of body conditioning]. and activities requiring external aides [e. and increase self-healing and selfrecovery capabilities. possesses many mental and physical benefits. and can treat back pain. It can improve a practitioner’s immunity response. can increase bone density and balance. slow movement. and precognitives. Yoga also utilizes breathing exercises along with poses and postures. and precognitives. and addiction. as well as the development of human potential. arthritis. Qigong Qigong is the philosophy and practice of aligning breath. physical rehabilitation. and telepathic cognitives. and encompasses a variety of both physiological and psychological training methods. anxiety. especially in group sessions. specialized food and drinks. stress management. meditative [most qigong training involves some form of meditation].Chapter 8: Meditation als who often dwell or worry about the past or future to be brought into a focus of the present moment. massage. This method of mediation is most advantageous for telepathic simulators. physical activity. 255 . diabetes. dynamic [recognized as a series of carefully-choreographed movements or gestures designed to promote and manipulate the flow of qi within the practitioner]. position or stance for a period of time].g. degenerative disk disease. static [performed by holding a certain posture. depression. This method of meditation is most advantageous for telepathic cognitive. allergies. which as aforementioned. impressionists.
Complex music can also be utilized in the background during mindful meditation. Instead. Music Meditation Music is often utilized during meditation alone or in conjunction with another method of meditation.g. rhythmic music is ideal for reaching trance meditative states for mindfulness meditation. strength.e. Complex music is typically utilized to act as a distraction from stressors. resulting in the reduction of stress. In addition. Its gentle low impact movements often burn more calories than surfing. and nearly as many as downhill skiing. and cardiovascular fitness. This method of meditation is most advantageous for all telepathists. Alzheimer’s. multiple sclerosis. etc]. and fibromyalgia. violin. heart attack. practitioners of tai chi chih typically focus on circulation and developing a balancing of the chi [the spiritual energy existing within all living things]. Music meditation can involve simple rhythmic sounds such as drumming. Tai Chi Chih involves a series of 19 movements and 1 pose that in conjunction form a meditative method of exercise to which practitioners attribute physiological and spiritual health benefits. It is a well-known representation of dynamic Qigong. piano. or an organization of instruments i. balance control. Tai chi chuan also has shown effects in regards to noradrenalin and cortisol production. heart failure. tai chi classes have become popular in hospitals and clinics. which have an effect on mood and heart rate. orchestra. It has shown to be advantageous for those recovering from chronic stroke. but it possesses no martial arts aspects. Because of its health effects. or more quite yet complex music is such as classical instrumental music [e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Tai Chi Tai Chi Chuan is a form of Chinese martial arts practiced for both defense training and various health benefits. flexibility. Tai chi chih has visual similarities to tai chi chuan. 256 . high blood pressure. Parkinson’s. Many of tai chi chaun’s training forms are practiced in very slow movements. which promotes physical stamina.
The latter indicates increases in the processing of afferent information. As aforementioned. These positive benefits typically result from positive melodies. Some types of music can be intellectually stimulating and can treat various mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. However. faster paced music is ideal for high arousal meditation. rhythmic music or trance music] and brain wave activity.g. auditory stimulus [e. This method of meditation is advantageous for all types of telepathists. In addition to alpha-heart synchronization. while synchronization is characteristic of the blood pressure wave masking the processing of some cardiovascular afferent information. and render people into a relaxed. this entrainment is the result of the synchronization of various rhythmic cycles including breathing. Females show more synchronized alpha activity in the frontal areas while males show more synchronized alpha activity in the parietal areas.g. This result is due to a physiological coherence. where the usage of repetitive rhythms [e. some individuals may find high arousal less effective than others may. The ability of rhythmic sound to affect brain wave 257 .Chapter 8: Meditation While slow-paced music is ideal for low arousal meditation. a significant amount of theta activity has also been observed as being synchronized to the cardiac cycle. motions or sounds] induces a meditative trance state. High Level Arousal Several studies involved in quantifying the synchronization of heart and brain activity has proven that the brains alpha rhythm is synchronized with the cardiac cycle [the heart]. heart rate. while music that is more negative can result in increased tension. This brain-heart synchronization is found in both males and females. meditative state post-exercise [more prominent in habitual exercisers]. other individuals may actually experience a desynchronization of the alpha rhythm. Music can evoke emotions and inspire. Because of this variance. while some individuals may experience increased alpha synchronization. Such alpha activity has been shown to decrease psychological conditions such as anxiety. High arousal meditation works via rhythmic induction.
Experients should vary the time they exercise or meditate. There are many forms of high arousal methods that will be covered. many more exist. Some heart rate monitors have an additional function that will allow the experient to record their heart rate for later record and study. the induction of trance via the sense of hearing by using e. Any form of exercise that gets the heart rate up to target for at least 10 minutes in conjunction with a rhythm can result in a strong psychological absorption state.e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach activity is the essence of ‚auditory driving‛ *i. Heart rate monitors can range from a little over $20 to well over $100. 258 . Age 20 years 30 years 40 years 50 years 60 years 70 years Target HR Zone 100–170 beats per minute 95–162 beats per minute 90–153 beats per minute 85–145 beats per minute 80–136 beats per minute 75–128 beats per minute Average Max HR 200 beats per minute 190 beats per minute 180 beats per minute 170 beats per minute 160 beats per minute 150 beats per minute Heart rate can be monitored during arousal by utilizing a heart rate monitor. as some experients may only require 15 minutes to reach a strong psychically conducive performance state. High arousal meditation differs from basic exercise when the individual produces and focuses on the rhythmic activity of the body. music or white noise] and is the result of altered states of consciousness that rhythm can induce. but many. Target heart rates vary by age from 100-170 beats per minute in a healthy 20 year old to 75-128 beats per minute in a healthy 70 year old. while others may require more time. A heart rate monitor is a personal monitoring device that allows the experient to measure their heart rate in real-time.g.
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Aerobic Exercise (Endurance)
The primary arousal method utilized to reach a psychically conducive state, is a pure rhythmic aerobic workout. Since there are quite a few aerobic workouts conceivable, we will be focusing on the most commonly used methods reported as successful in improving overall psychical, psychological, and physiological well-being. Aerobic exercise is a physical exercise that intends to improve the oxygen system *aerobic means ‚with oxygen’+. Typically, aerobic exercises are pr eformed at moderate levels of intensity for extended amounts of time, 3 to 4 times a week. Experients starting an aerobic workout for the first time should keep activity moderate and record their psychical performance success per different times, per day and per week. Typically, I recommend aerobic exercise 15-25 minutes twice a day [once in the early morning hours and once pre-performance, if held later in the day], at least 5-7 days a week. Ideally, experients should strive to exercise a total of 25-60 minutes per day. This additional time is not just for psychical benefits, but also for psychological and physiological benefits. Aerobic exercise will strengthen the muscles involved in respiration to facilitate the flow of air in and out of the lungs, strengthen and enlarge the heart muscle to improve its pumping efficiency and reduce the resting heart rate [i.e. aerobic conditioning], strengthen muscles throughout the body, improve circulation efficiency and reduce blood pressure, increase the total number of red blood cells in the body facilitating transport of oxygen, improve overall mental health including reducing stress and lowering the incidence of depression, and reduce the risk for diabetes. Aerobic exercise can also reduce the risk of death due to cardiovascular issues, and high-impact aerobic exercises [such as running or jogging] can stimulate bone growth as well as reduce the risk of osteoporosis for both women and men. Varieties of aerobic exercise vary from indoor to outdoor exercises. Indoor exercises can include utilizing equipment such as a stair climber, elliptical machine, indoor rower, stationary bicycle, or a treadmill. Outdoor exercises can
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach include cross-country skiing, cycling, inline skating, jogging, running, and hiking. Other beneficial exercises can include kickboxing [or various martial art forms], swimming, and dance. Aerobic Dance - Definitions of what constitutes dance are dependent on social, cultural, aesthetic, artistic, and moral constraints, and range from functional movement to strictly technique-based forms. Whatever the experients definition of dance is, the dance must be vigorous to induce high arousal and rhythmic to induce an altered state of consciousness. Dance can be practiced indoors or outdoors, and with or without other participants. The key to rhythmic aerobic dance is to keep music new and fresh, as well as moves and pace. New moves and pace typically alter when different genres of music are utilized by the experient. This keeps the experient interested and motivated to dance. Freestyle dance and ritual dance have been utilized throughout history as a means to reach a psychically conducive state. Freestyle dance involves ‚going with the flow‛ and just allowing the body to mo ve to the rhythm of the music. Ritual dance involves choreographed moves, or a sequence of steps, which have an underlying spiritual meaning. Modern dance can include jazz, salsa, swing, hip-hop, folk, etc. In other words, any form of dance that is moderately to fast paced will bring the experient into a psychically conducive state when rhythmic. The reason dance has been utilized so much throughout history to reach these states, is because it appears to produce the best results in regards to psychical performance when compared to other forms of aerobic activity. However, dance can be a high impact workout, which is not ideal for those with certain injuries or physical limitations unless dance is limited to low impact moves. If an experient reports physical injuries or ailments, the experient should be encouraged to contact their physician or a physical therapist prior to starting a new regimen. This method of meditation is most advantageous for telepathic impressionists, precognitives, and simulators [in groups].
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Swimming - Swimming is an excellent, low impact, form of exercise, which is ideal for almost anyone. It is especially ideal for experients who have physical injuries or ailments. This is because the density of the human body is similar to that of the water. Therefore, the water supports the body and less stress is placed on joints, bones, and injuries. This is why swimming is often utilized in rehabilitation after injury or for those with physical disabilities. For aerobic benefits, swim sessions should last for an extended amount of time, as short sprints will result in more anaerobic benefits. Swim sessions can be in quite public or private pool, or any form of large body of water [lake, river, or ocean]. In any case, a psychically conducive state tends to fade gradually after a 20-30 minute swim, unless the experient swims daily. In the case of habitual swimming, the experient should be able to maintain psychically conducive state substantially longer, whereby allowing the experient to travel to a location to swim while still having plenty of time to return to another location to measure performance, if applicable. Swim sessions can consist of laps, treading water, or both as long as they are performed in a vigorous manner. To induce an altered state of consciousness, experients should focus on the rhythm of their strokes. This method of meditation is advantageous for all telepathists requiring low impact. Jogging/Running - Another high impact rhythmic aerobic exercise is jogging and running. Jogging should be suggested to experients that are just starting a routine, as oppose to running. Experients can later choose to increase difficulty through a faster pace jog and then to a run, or simply an increase in the distance of their jog. Jogging and running can be performed indoors on a treadmill, or outdoors for additional health benefits. Jogging involves less stress on the body than that of running; therefore jogging is more often suggested to experients with injuries or experients over the age of 40 who are more at risk for injury. Experients can prevent injury by making sure they have appropriate footwear and by stretching before every jog/run. Experients can choose to jog, run, or ideally, work towards interval training [involving jog-
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach ging with bursts of high intensity running]. Different speeds and distances are appropriate for different experient health levels. The key is consistency and for the experient to slowly increase in speed and distance over time to their comfort. Running, as opposed to moderately paced jogging, can take an experient over a threshold that activates a great deal of endorphin production *runner’s high+. This level of endorphin production can be beneficial towards the performance of some forms of psychical phenomena, but experients of most forms may find the ‚high‛ to distracting. High endorphin release can result in altered coordination, and negatively affect concentration, which is otherwise required for many forms of psychical practices. This method of meditation is most advantageous for telepathic impressionists and precognitives. Elliptical Training - An elliptical trainer is a stationary exercise machine utilized to simulate climbing, walking, or running void of subjecting and individual to excessive joint pressure. The utilization of an elliptical trainer offers a non-impact cardiovascular workout that can range from light to high intensity based on resistance preference. There have been claims that the dual action exercise of an elliptical trainer is more effective in burning calories, exercises more muscle groups simultaneously, and is a more intense workout that can be achieved in less time than when utilizing a treadmill or stationary bike. However, further research suggests that physiological responses associated with elliptical and treadmill exercises are nearly identical, but elliptical trainers are still more beneficial due to being non-impact. Experients in which choose to not hold on to the handgrips of the elliptical trainer can improve their motor fitness and balance. In this position, the core muscles are maintained in a state of constant tension. In addition, this hands-free position can promote better posture. To reach an altered state of consciousness with an elliptical trainer, the experient should focus on the rhythm of their strides. Beginners should be cautious, as falls from machine can be harmful. This method of meditation is most
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advantageous for telepathic impressionists, simulators and precognitive at high intensities, and telepathic cognitives at lower intensities. Cycling - Whether utilizing an outdoor bicycle or indoor stationary bike, the physical exercise achieved via cycling is typically linked with increased health and well-being. Cycling can improve fitness, cardiovascular health, can help with arthritis in the lower limbs, and has the advantage of the practical application of being utilized as a means of transportation. When seated, cycling is relatively a non-weight bearing exercise, but does little to promote bone density. However, cycling up hill and off the seat allows for a transfer of more of the riders body weight onto the legs. While this may increase bone density, excessive cycling in this manner can lead to knee damage, so caution is advised. Cycling is often utilized for rehabilitation, particularly for lower limb injury due to cycling being so low impact. Therefore, an experient in which has had a lower limb injury, especially a knee injury, may want to consider cycling as a regular form of exercise. Experients should pay particular attention to the height of their seat, as a high seat can result in posterior knee pain and a low seat can result in pain in the anterior of the knee. A 25- 35% angle is typically recommended to avoid overuse injury. Experients should avoid riding on busy roads, as air pollution and noise pollution exposure are not conducive to meditation. Experients should ideally locate a quite nature bike path. For rhythmic induction, experients should focus on the rhythm of their pedaling. This method of meditation is most advantageous for telepathic cognitives and simulators [in groups].
Getting Started and Maintaining Motivation
The first step to getting started with a meditation practice and maintaining motivation is to identify what you enjoy doing along with what will benefit you most [e.g. strengthen your weaknesses]. An experients first decision should involve whether they prefer low or high arousal meditation. If an experient prefers low arousal meditation, they
Telepathy: A Quantum Approach should be encourage to also take up a daily, or 3 times a week, exercise regimen to maintain physiological and psychological health. If the experient prefers to do high arousal meditation in the morning and low arousal mediation in the evening, this is highly beneficial for most experients. The meditation practice the experient should take up should be enjoyable and set for a time of day the experient has to most energy for high arousal, or is the most calm and relaxed for low arousal. If the experient chooses a method and type of meditation they enjoy, they are far more likely to stick with it. In addition, keeping sessions new and fresh [e.g. new music, new places] can help keep an experient motivated long-term. The second step is for an experient to get support from their doctor. This is especially important if an experient has had physical injuries in the past, has other medical issues such as a heart condition, and for experients over the age of 40. This support does not just apply to high arousal meditation, but any form of meditation that involves movements, postures, or positions. The experient and their doctor should discuss their concerns regarding taking up a specific meditation practice and develop a treatment plan if the doctor feels this is in the experients best interest. Experients who have had physical injuries in the past may want to consult a physical therapist to avoid re-injury. While some practices are easy to learn and can be learned from home [e.g. reading an instruction book, taking an online course], more physically complex types of meditation should be learned via a professional practitioner or teacher of that particular practice. This will help the experient learn the correct way to practice a type of meditation, and help them avoid injury, which are common among high arousal meditation practices and low arousal meditation practices that involve movements, postures, or positions. The third step is for experients to set reasonable goals, including several small goals leading up to their ultimate goals. Experients should think realistically and set practical goals that do not reside outside of their limitations. Limitations vary per experient, and it is very important for experients to be able to identify their limitations, as to
whereby leading to later feelings of guilt or failure. then they are less likely to skip practice. where with application and dedication the weakness can become a strength. the experient should continue to make note of limitations they find along the way. The fourth step involves experients avoiding viewing their practice as a chore or duty. then the experient should reassess their current type of meditation and or apply other types of meditation to see if another may be better suited for their goals. they may not always fit with new goals that can spring up over time. seeing meditation as something the experient ‚should‛ do. Some limitations can be temporary. and less likely to feel guilty if they miss practice. even if the progress they are making is small or slow. Setting smaller goals that lead up to larger goals will help remind the experient they are making progress. leaves them more inclined to putting the task off. In addition. If limitations prevent them from achieving their goals through one type of meditation. Another beneficial view of meditation comes from experients focusing on meditations health benefits. If experients see their meditation practice as something they ‚should‛ do. rather than the experient attempting to meet unrealistic intentions or guidelines. experients should reassess their meditative practice over time. they may be more inclined to view meditation as work rather than play. In other words. or as a job rather than a fun activity. as while some types and forms of meditation may be great to start with. whereby the experient views meditation as a necessary treatment or therapy that will leave them feeling healthier and happier after each session. then the experient is more inclined to become frustrated with their practice and or lose interest. if the experient views meditation as an enjoyable activity. However. The fifth step involves the experient addressing their limitations. However. If the experient only sets large goals. Barriers can also include where an experient me- 265 . experients may find several limitations as they practice a type of meditation long-term. While this will be done to a degree when the experient attempts to set reasonable goals.Chapter 8: Meditation tailor their practice to their specific individual needs and abilities.
In other words. as they are typically longer and meaningful. say aloud for increased effectiveness. When these messages are absorbed. the experient should see the next day as a chance to get back on track. such as in group sessions at a clinic or alone at home. Rather. but give themselves a great deal of credit for reaching each and every goal regardless if they are big or small. Just because an experient missed a session one day. Experients should set small goals. the experient should not punish themselves because something out of their control transpired. These motivational messages are different from mantras. or office. their ability to get back on tract the next day means the experient was prepared for setbacks and obstacles because they continued to maintain a positive mindset and dedication to their meditation practice. occasional setbacks and or obstacles are not reasons to give up on a meditative practice. When motivational messages are place in the experients regular physical view. The subtly of these positive messages when focused on consciously. or create new. but also assess what is more realistic. does not mean the experient cannot maintain a meditation practice. motivational words that can help them achieve their goals. Rather. If the experient misses a meditation session one day due to work or personal affairs. Barriers can also include financial constrains. The seventh step is for the experient to choose. The sixth step is for the experient to prepare for setbacks and obstacles. Experients should assess what works best for them. Experients can repeat their motivational message mentally throughout their day. and or place the message physically in their place of meditation. then the experient will be more inclined to stay motivated towards their next goal. the experient should continue that practice. home. but reasons to prepare for the occasional. these motivational cues can assist the experient in positive change. where meditating at home or on their own will typically cost less than joining and attending group sessions. results in these messages being registered in the subconscious. If reaching goals means rewarding the self. As long as that positive mindset and dedication exists.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach ditates. even when they are concentrating on 266 . this can subconsciously keep their motivations going.
The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want. or tacked on corkboard or a wall.Abraham Lincoln "Don't let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The following are some examples of motivational messages: ‚It only takes a single thought to move the world. Sail away from the safe harbor.Mark Twain "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. So throw off the bowlines." ." ." Jim Ryun "If we did all we were capable of doing.Napoleon Hill "The best way to predict your future is to create it. The possibilities are endless. Physical messages can be placed on sticky notes. Explore.‛ .Thomas Edison "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. Habit is what keeps you going.Lao Tzu 267 . I don't believe in circumstances. Dream. Catch the trade winds in your sails. The time will pass anyway.George Bernard Shaw "Motivation is what gets you started. ".Chapter 8: Meditation other tasks.Earl Nightingale "People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are." ." .‛ . hung with magnets. make them. and if they can't find them. we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use." . we would literally astonish ourselves.Anonymous ‚What the mind can conceive and believe it can achieve. Discover.
go instead where there is no path." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson "People may doubt what you say.H.‛ . but you have to get started to be great. but they will believe what you do.Henry Ford "Do not go where the path may lead.Friedrich Engels "Action will remove the doubts that theory cannot solve." ." . Jr. "An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory. We will now be addressing several unhealthy lifestyle and dietary habits that can result in poor psychophysiological health and reduce psychical potential." . 268 . Jackson Brown. a healthy lifestyle and diet are vital. and leave a trail.‛ ~ Jonatan Martensson A Well Balanced Lifestyle and Diet The ability to successfully meditate and psychically perform is based on several factors. success is a small step taken just now." . but to maintain health in these three systems." . These factors include psychical and psychophysiological health.Les Brown "He who has begun is half done.Horace "Success will never be a big step in the future." Lewis Cass "Every great achievement was once considered impossible.Tehyi Hsieh "You don't have to be great to get started.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach "You can't build a reputation on what you're going to do.
In addition to this discontent. the first hour or so in bed can be devoted to a mindful meditation session.e. While some people may only feel they need only 6 hours sleep to maintain attention and focus throughout their day. What this tells us is that our round-the-clock lifestyle may disrupt our metabolism. E xperient should to their best ability. In addition. interfere with learning. and until the sun rises. go to bed and 269 . On average. Not only is the time an experient goes to bed and wakes up important. experients should seek to wake up at 5-6am. This sleep time is advantageous because it avoids the ‚second wind‛ phase of our natural cycle that runs from 10pm to 2am. for example just before 9-10pm for adults and 8-9pm for children. Current research shows that throwing off our evolutionary ancient circadian rhythms via artificially modifying the length of our days has had a substantial impact on the human body and brain. an experient should seek to get at least 8 hours sleep. Therefore. In other words. but that they keep a routine i. experients should reduce lighting after the sun has set. whereby it forces us to survive in unnatural close quarters. whereby disrupting their natural sleep cycle. if experients stay up until 10pm. is the disruption of our natural sleep cycles due to our usage of electrical lighting. In addition. these individuals should try going to bed earlier in the evening to see if an additional 2 hours make a difference in their well-being. and early to rise‛ change to their routine. and may even affect our behavior in a manner we are only just beginning to comprehend. a ‚third wind‛ may be reached after 2am lasting as long as 6am. whether they are an adult or child.Chapter 8: Meditation Round-the-Clock Schedule Modern society is hard on human psychology. In regards to adults or children. they are more likely to have trouble going to sleep before 2am. Sufficient Sleep Experients should seek to regulate their natural sleep cycles by applying an ‚early to bed. go to bed early in the evenings.
whereby the experient should go to bed earlier rather than wake up later. While caffeine does assist in attention and energy. These withdrawals can result in changes in cerebral blood flow velocity. so experients should keep a set routine. Per my research. This is assumed the direct result of the biochemical alternations in the brain that are responsible for preconscious processes. acute caffeine abstinence can result in increased theta rhythms. and hot cocoa. The body and mind thrive on rhythm. Herbal. In addition. essential oils. the habitual usage of caffeine can result in caffeine withdrawals on days caffeine is not consumed. which are not conducive to psychical processes. various types of herbs. which are linked to fatigue. and increase spontaneous psychical phenomena for experients under stress. they can be unconducive to psi processes. chocolate candy. which can produce headaches. Caffeine is not just limited to an experients morning coffee or tea. frozen desserts that contain chocolate or coffee. and Mineral Supplements While herbal and vitamin supplements are an excellent alternative to prescription drugs in the treatment of physiological and psychological condition. Vitamin. energy drinks. especially in regards to PK. Therefore. In addition. psi processes. and therefore. For individuals with health issues. report internal chemical sensitivities where not only do these supple- 270 . it appears that some experients of psychical phenomena. and decreased alertness. drowsiness. vitamin supplements and various dietary supplements appear to be related to reductions in psychical performance values. more sleep may be required. but can also be found in soft drinks. Caffeine Caffeine has been found to reduce psychical testing scores for healthy experients. experients should not consume caffeine prior to performances as it increases attention and focus.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach wake up at the same time every day.
Tobacco While smoking tobacco does have the neurophysiological capacity to decreased anxiety. which is psi conducive. muscle tension and Myalgia. it may be advantageous for smokers in which possess a desire to reach their full psychical potential to quit smoking and implement another form of treatment for their anxiety. which is essential in preventing panic attacks. Over-The-Counter and Prescription Medications Many reports have been made by claimants of psi phenomena throughout years in regards to the effects of OTC and perception meditations on psi performance. In addition. and electrolyte replacement overdose resulting from only small dosages of sodium. which can lead to increased confidence. While some drugs appear to increase the 271 . magnesium or potassium. Mindful meditation can calm the mind and has been clinically utilized for many years to treat anxiety. but also appear to result in fatigue. Lifting weights can aide in the treatment of anxiety as it can result in increased muscular tone and overall physical strength. it also appears to reduce psi performance values in general. In addition. and allow the experient to be more mindful of their breathing.Chapter 8: Meditation ments result in a reduction of PK performance values. experients should be encouraged to be mindful of whether or not a new supplement may be the result of such complications. Because of the effects reported in regards to supplements [e. such as mindful meditation or a form of rhythmic acerbic meditation involving weights. chronic headaches.g. calcium. experients of which are already taking supplements prior to their desire to investigate into their psychical potential should be encouraged to reduce or cease supplemental usage to verify if a supplement may be impeding them in their psychical performance goals. Therefore. it can relieve stress. decreased performance values and physiological effects].
but increases reported were small. and appears to reduce psi performance values in those who are healthy. In this time period. alcohol appears to increase the magnitude and frequency of spontaneous psi phenomena for individuals with chronic conditions. 272 . experients typically reported very little in the way of intentional performance. While medications may be the only option for a few. it also appears to reduce psi performance values in those who are healthy. Alcohol Similar to the effects of OTC and prescription medications. This may be the result of effects on the experients default mode network. In addition. an increase in dosage appears correlated to decreases in performance. whereby limiting free-floating mindsets. and an increase in intentional phenomena upon the reduction or total elimination of the usage of alcohol. Per my research.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach magnitude and frequency of spontaneous psi phenomena for individuals with chronic conditions. In regards to healthy experients who reported consuming very little alcohol on the weekends. except when the experient attempted to perform during. as these medications tend to increase attention and focus. behavior therapy] if the experients doctor thinks such therapies would be more beneficial.g. In regards to reports in involving antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications taken by experients with mild depression or anxiety. some increases in intentional performance were reported. experients should opt for alternative treatments [e. experients of high magnitude spontaneous psi phenomena who consumed alcohol several to a few times a week to treat anxiety or depression saw a decrease in spontaneous phenomena. or the same day/evening as they consumed the alcohol. common dosages appear to reduce psi performance values in both ESP and PK.
In addition.g. carbohydrates 273 . and parapsychology]. and substantially increases negative spontaneous psi phenomena in those with chronic mental or physical conditions.Chapter 8: Meditation Marijuana & Psychedelics According to research in parapsychopharmacology [a multidisciplinary field involving expertise in anthropology. marijuana and psychedelic drugs do appear to maximize psi effects in conjunction with psychological effects. once the effects wear off. While ritualistic psychedelic drug usage does appear to be psi conducive at the time of usage. however.g. Diet and Blood Type A healthy diet is vital for psychological and physiological health. recreational.g. a healthy diet appears to be vital for psychical health as well. and therefore. fats in animal and dairy products. extended. and abusive psychedelic drug usage is not considered psi conducive. and beans]. psychiatry. While these drugs do appear to increase psi experience during usage.g. neurochemical changes resulting in an altered state of consciousness. fats [e. Per my research. were treated with respect. nuts. weekly/daily] psychedelic usage reduces psi phenomena in otherwise healthy individuals. It is uncertain what it is about psychedelic experience that seemingly facilitates psi [e. ritualistic [e. once per year] psychedelic drug usage is assumed psi conducive during usage. dairy products. On average. phytochemistry. whereby psychical skill is not obtained by usage or abuse. In other words. the drugs we typically considered sacramentals. neurochemistry. and limited to ritual use. such experiences rapidly dissipate. regular usage is in no way considered psi conducive in regards to functional or intentional psi phenomena. and oils]. or other factors]. changes in belief. the components of a healthy diet include the right amount of proteins [e. pharmacology.e. ethnobotany. an increase in negative psychological effects due to extended or recreational [i. protein in meat. nuts. While such drugs have been utilized throughout history to induce psychical\spiritual experiences. psychotherapy.
decrease their natural risk factors for cancer.g. smoking. surrounded by a positive. and water.g. They should also seek to live a lifestyle that limits crowds of people. not all individuals are average. B.g. Through these types of programs. This will result in high performance. gentle exercise. C. Today. and extreme weather conditions [e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach [e. rice. fresh and organic].Several neurochemical factors in regards to experient with the ‚Type A genetic disposition favor a structured. E. diabetes and cardio vascular disease. violent TV and movies. harm onious life. However. Minerals [e. This specialized diet is a strictly vegetarian diet. adjustments should be made to average daily values. grains. carbohydrates in fruits. and iron]. supportive community. mental clarity. negative emotions.g. The following is a brief overview of diets and lifestyles per an experient blood type. overworking. including me. foods with too much sugar and starch. pure. may vary based on an experients blood type.‛ The ideal lifestyle of a Type A experient includes hormonal equalizers. While the right amount of these components to be consumed by the average individual is often common knowledge. In regards to experients that are more or less active than the average individual. Type A experients who switch to this diet will also experience positive weight loss. Type A’s should strive to eat their vegetarian foods in as natural a state as possible [e. lack of sleep.g. and K]. D. and increased longevity. vitamins A. pasta. and sweets]. while the average healthy diet includes many requirements. and special dietary guidelines that will maximize their overall health. vitamins [e. vegetables. potassium. greater vitality. rhythmic. beans and other legumes. recent research has lead some. Type A’s . this can be achieved efficiently and quickly via the utilization of typically free software available online. loud noise. minerals such as calcium. Experients can determine whether they are maintaining a healthy diet by logging their intake values. hot 274 . experients can keep track of their daily values simply by logging what brand and types of foods they consumed each day. to believe that how we obtain these components of a healthy diet and how we form our lifestyles. strong smells or perfumes.
tai chi. especially when stressed. and they should focus on eating foods like tofu. red snapper. resulting in the meat they eat being typically stored as fat. or becoming susceptible to. as these foods can affect the efficiency of their metabolic process. rather than still. swimming. mahi-mahi. and cycling.Chapter 8: Meditation or cold+. seafood. aerobic dance. etc. sardines. and lupus+. as it contains a type of lectin that attacks Type B’s bloodstream. and the ability to flourish in alternating conditions. AB’s have type A’s low stomach acid *requiring a vegetarian diet+ with B’s adaption to meats. jogging. Type A’s may benefit more from the following types of med itation: yoga. B’s are fluid. should be avoided. certain medical conditions [e. Type AB’s may 275 . lentils. AB’s also have B’s issues with insulin. and deep breathing meditation. dairy. swimming. unwanted weight gain. tai chi. AB’s should avoid caffeine and alcohol. wheat. peanuts and sesame seeds.Type B’s carry the genetic potential for excellent malleability and plasticity. buckwheat. Type B’s should avoid foods such as corn. corn. which can result in fatigue. Type B’s may benefit more from the following types of meditation: yoga. ‚with the ability to move in either direction along the continuum. tomatoes. Type AB’s . multiple sclerosis. and green vegetables. buckwheat. B-like. which can increase their potential of strokes and immune disorders. AB’s should avoid all smoked cured meats. Unlike A’s and O’s. fluid retention. chronic fatigue syndrome. salmon.g. Type B’s . and in regards to seafood. Type B’s should also avoid eating chicken. so lima beans. sensitivity to B specific lectins in certain foods in which result in inflammation and increases their risks for developing. as the AB type is the result of the intermingling of A’s and B’s about ten to twelve centuries ago. and hypoglycemia. elliptical. and tuna are the most beneficial. Therefore. sesame seeds. visual imagery.‛ The ideal lifestyle of a Type B experient includes addressing their health challenges such as their tendency to produce higher than average cortisol levels due to stress.Type AB’s are often A-like. or a fusion of the two types.
cycling. Type O’s are meat eaters. jogging. when our ancestors were canny. which are already naturally high in O’s. yoga. They are predisposed to certain illnesses such as ulcers and thyroid disease. jogging. swimming. fluid retention. cycling. and venison. Some of the most beneficial meats for O’s include beef. and fatigue. Type O’s . which can cause digestive health issues. In these cases. and avoid wheat and dairy. elliptical.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach benefit more from the following types of meditation: swimming. elliptical. Type O’s may benefit more from the following types of meditation: aerobic dance. aerobic dance. and seaweed is beneficial for weight loss.Type O was the first blood type. and tai chi. aggressive predators. vegetables and fruits. therefore their diet should consist of lean red meats and poultry. and related side effects such as weight gain. a rich saltwater fish and kelp diet is suggested to regulate the thyroid gland. 276 . Type O’s should also avoid alcohol and especially caffeine due to its tende ncy to raise adrenaline and noradrenaline. Type O’s should focus on eating lean organic meats. lamb.
277 . affective. 5. and social neuroscience. the neurobiology of consciousness and cognitive. T/F For some time now. ulcers. whereby rendering its descriptive authority inadequate. and can reduce the strength of the immune system. despite popular claims in regards to the health benefits of meditation. T/F 3. 7. T/F Low-level arousal to reach a strong state of psychological absorption can include vigorous. T/F 2. whereby resulting in vulnerabilities to conditions ranging from the common cold to cancer. 8.QUESTIONS 1. and rhythmic dance. T/F The primary goal of the practice of meditation is to alter the baseline state of experience and to eliminate the distinction between the meditative and post-meditative states. 9. T/F Today. The term meditation is widely utilized. Meditation has been found though scientific studies to be accompanied by a host of biochemical and physiological alterations in the body. Excessive mental health issues such as stress and anxiety can contribute to physiological conditions such as heart disease. Mindfulness meditation cannot result in brain structure changes. have become well-accepted areas of research in the neurosciences over the past two decades. low arousal meditation has been utilized in the mainstream of health care as a method to reduce stress and pain. T/F 4. T/F 6. but it is typically utilized in a highly vague manner. ritualistic. T/F There is relatively very little known in regards to meditations impact on physical health.
Mindful meditation is a type of meditation commonly utilized for Transcendental Meditation involving a sound. Tai Chi Chuan is a form of Chinese martial arts practiced for both defense training and various health benefits. T/F 278 . it is important for the experient to make sure they are using chest breathing and not abdominal breathing. can be advantageous for mindful meditation as a means to induce a free-floating mindset. Rhythmic music is ideal for reaching trance meditative states for mindfulness meditation. T/F 17. T/F 19. Yoga is a traditional physical and mental discipline that involves the creation of balance in the body via developing both strength and flexibility. those of a rhythmic or hypnotic nature. they should attempt the most challenging type of meditation. T/F 16. where the usage of repetitive rhythms [e. High arousal meditation works via rhythmic induction. Visual imagery meditation can be utilized in concentration or mindful meditation. T/F 18. Physical objects are commonly utilized in concentration meditation. syllable. or phase considered capable of creating transformation.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 10. lacking concentration or the ability to let go. If an individual feels they have a shortcoming. and encompasses a variety of both physiological and psychological training methods. T/F 11. motions or sounds] induces a meditative trance state. The goal in meditation is to reach a level of effectiveness in regards to both concentration and mindfulness meditation. T/F 20. word.g. T/F 14. though some types of objects. Yoga involves particular forms of martial arts. This is because of a lack of equilibrium in the brain. T/F 13. When deep breathing. T/F 15. T/F 12. slow movement.
T/F 26. T/F 279 . Tai Chi 23. Running c. may vary based on an experients blood type.Chapter 8: Meditation 21. Which of the following is not one of the most commonly used aerobic methods reported as successful in improving overall psychical. If an experient chooses a method and type of meditation they enjoy. they are far more likely to stick with it. as while some types and forms of meditation may be great to start with. T/F 30. T/F 22. In regards to swimming. including me. T/F 27. High endorphin release can result in altered coordination. Cycling d. T/F 24. to believe that how we obtain components of a healthy diet and how we form our lifestyles. Experients should reassess their meditative practice over time. Aerobic Dance b. T/F 29. The primary arousal method utilized to reach a psychically conducive state. Current research shows that throwing off our evolutionary ancient circadian rhythms via artificially modifying the length of our days has had a substantial impact on the human body and brain. T/F 25. experients should focus on the rhythm of their strokes. T/F 28. and negatively affect concentration. Ritual dance involves ‚going with the flow‛ and just allowing the body to move to the rhythm of the music. to induce an altered state of consciousness. If an experient missed a meditation session one day. Recent research has lead some. they may not always fit with new goals that can spring up over time. which is otherwise required for many forms of psychical practices. this mean the experient cannot maintain a meditation practice. and physiological well-being? a. psychological. is a pure rhythmic aerobic workout.
and experients and other experients. A moral code is a system of morality [e. a particular philosophy. Taken collectively. decisions. culture.9 PSYCHICAL ETHICS Morality and Ethics: What They Are and Why They Matter Morality is a sense of behavioral conduct that differentiates intentions. people have established guidelines designed to preserve the delicate fabric of their society. but never thoroughly proposed in regards to psychical practice. etc. these designed guidelines are a society’s morality. and a moral is any one practice or teaching within a moral code. national. religion. Moral duties describe particular actions required of experients if they are to play a part in benefiting their community and preventing harm. In this chapter. and from the earliest societies until today. such as life itself. 280 . whether the community is local.g. duties. I will be introducing guidelines to add to this collection. However. The goal of these guidelines is to protect the quality of life for the experient and their community as a whole. Psychical ethics and morality is comprised of many values. and how they can live harmoniously. Duties are the actions in response to claims on experients that are either self-imposed or imposed by others. experients and clients. When one mentions ‚morality. Values are the objects or things a person holds dear. In this chapter will be addressing the concept of morality the relationships between experients and non-experients.]. and character traits based on common guidelines popular in the medical profession and martial arts [self-defense] tradition.‛ people typically think of the rights and wrongs they were taught as a child. and actions between those that are right or wrong. guidelines considered. or international. morality is a far richer concept.
for the benefit of life. ethnic groups. avoiding those twin traps of carrying to excess or nihilism. 281 . and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow. I will apply. to the best of my ability and judgment. Rather. which should include special moral expectations arising from their personal and societal roles. Therefore. or beliefs. all measures that are required. respectfulness. laws. dispositions. and duties an experient has adopted as relevant. As individuals may experience psychical phenomena daily. This special relationship is due to their influence. which is a shared belief in regards to values and duties. this covenant: I will respect the hard-earned progress and achievements of experients in whose steps I walk. A large part of personal morality stems from societal morality. Personal morality is comprised of the virtues. values. The Psychical Oath “I swear to fulfill. It is pertinent that experients try to understand the personal morality of others on which they practice. which are played out in vast societal debates that present challenges at the level of social policy. and humility]. and attitudes that are required to provide for benefits in times of stress [such as compassion. tensions exist between personal and societal morality. Usually. These guidelines will be proposed as a group system of morality because experients of psychical phenomena are subject to a specific type of relationship with their society. faithfulness. They may be recognized as customs. honesty. its goal is to suggest guidelines based on core morals common among most systems of morality. so too does morality inform their daily decisions.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics Moral character or virtues involve traits. or geography. societal. it is not the goal of psychical ethics to propose guidelines that are acceptable in all personal. rules. or group moral codes. Some beliefs are generated by culture. courage.
Above all. and psychical moralities are identical. to obtain this.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach I will remember that there is art to psychical practice as well as science.” From Moral to Ethical Ethics is a branch of philosophy that addresses questions about morality. with special obligations to all my fellow beings. Ideally. I will not be ashamed to say “I know not. I will remember that I am not an individual practicing alone for self-serving proposes. those mentally and physically sound. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If I do not violate this oath. sympathy.” nor will I fail to call upon my co lleagues when the skills of another are needed. laws. experients must be ever vigilant and submit to 282 . be respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. I will respect the privacy of those to whom I practice for or with. all thanks. may I enjoy life. for their problems and achievements are not disclosed to me that the world may know. the path will be the most trouble-free when their personal. this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. but exist as a function of nature and society with a gift to offer. and understanding may outweigh such practices. However. If it is given to me to save a life. For an experient. and that warmth. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of practicing for the benefit of myself and others. However. societal. I must not play at God. because of good customs. I will remember that I remain a member of society. as well as the infirm. the path of morality is one that individuals or groups can follow with ease and confidence the majority of the time. it may also be within my power to take a life. traditions. and other markers that have been developed.
and act in a manner consistent with society’s high moral standards. and guidelines for studying the components of personal. Such knowledge can help an experient gauge the effectiveness of the mechanisms that have been developed to protect crucial values. values. Ethics takes as its standard question: What do human dignity and respect demand? Ethics is the work of society as a whole. and group morality to create a better path for the experient. or other reliable means. and character traits. and to delineate which of the aspects of morality are involved in any particular situation. These general truths be- 283 . not just the individuals within it. duties. this analysis will lead the experient towards knowledge that can inform purposive practice. The concepts and methods of ethics are tools to help an experient analyze specific moral problems. and duties that are designed to move them along a psychical path. Therefore. It is the systematic study of and reflection on morality. Resolving conflict through ethical refection travels beyond analyzing a situation and categorizing it. This analysis of situations allows the experient to know why there are psychological and other practical consequences of proposed practice. which can help them work towards a resolution of moral conflicts. the knowledge base of analysis is complemented by a process that works towards resolution. This analysis of morality all ows the experient to step back and identify categories of issues and problems. and that may pose particularly difficult choices for experients who desire to support such high moral standards. societal.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics frequent reflection to keep them clear about the relevance of specific attitudes. An ethical issue is defined as any situation an experient believes may have important moral challenges embedded in it of which they want to identify. some methods. In other words. Ethics is the discipline that provides a language. revelation. An ethical problem is a situation that an experient has a reason to believe has serious negative implications regarding cherished moral values and duties. The mind is capable of discerning truths in regards to moral life from a pattern of visible laws in the universe or from some set of general rules or principals that can be discerned by experients through intuition.
the public. Remembering this role will continue to bring the experient back to the appropriate focus when they find themselves in complex and troubling situations. A patient’s autonomy or authority over their own well -being is considered as an acceptable and legitimate moral claim that should 284 . or as a citizen [social autonomy]. a line comprised of psychological. This is because the term care can be understood in many ways. the experients goal should always be focused on a caring response. These situations always involve relationships. everyday expressions of affection. In regards to an experient clients or patients. a friend. whether the relationship is with a client. A caring response is best identified as a response an experient would have towards a loved one involving moral and legal dimensions.‛ It is the principle of selfdetermination. or Nature. knowing that their goal is care only tends to raise more questions. Autonomy The principle of autonomy is the capacity for an experient to possess authority in regards to their well-being. however. and psychical boundaries that if ignored. a caring response means something more than common. physical. a central focus of their practice should involve care. The Caring Response Especially in regards to experients who take a healing approach with their abilities. or rather ‚the capacity to action your decisions freely and independently. a family member. and applies to an experient whether they are acting in a professional role [professional autonomy]. nurturance. This response draws a line that should not be crossed. or protection associated with care. there exists patient autonomy.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach come a basis for the experient to guide action and practice in concrete situations. create opposition in regards to the healing core of relationships. Unfortunately. In all of these types of relationships.
which may be absolute. The following six steps can allow an experient to address a situation by diving deeper into the situation to 285 . Six-Step Ethical Process An ethical decision requires thoughtful reflection and logical judgment even if a situation presents itself in a manner consisting of partial facts and intense reactions. the experient should allow their patients to act as negotiators in regards to care decisions. In other words.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics be placed in balance with the experients independent judgment in regards to what they feel is most beneficial for the patient. the duties are not absolute. and then predict as accurately as probable the consequences of each path of action. This can be accomplished via choosing a course of action that the experient believes will bring about the best consequences overall. This assumes that the patient’s input is rational and that the context of the decision is conducive to the patient’s well -being. Regardless of the type of duty. Therefore. A conditional duty is a commitment in which originates only after certain conditions are met. prima facie. Therefore. or conditional. the experient should distinguish alternate paths of action. experients should weigh if the mandate to bring about ‚no harm‛ is as compelling as the mandate to bring about some positive good. they must consider the principles that carry the weight of their duties. experients should balance benefits over burdens with a goal of being able to live with one’s conscience. Absolute duties are duties of which are binding under any and all circumstances. Duties Once an experient has interpreted or decided their duties. in that other elements may be more compelling. and to their real informed requests. Prima facie duties are duties or rights in which allow an experient to make decisions in the midst of conflicting principles. In this case.
When an experient does not know as much as possible in regards to a situation. This systematic process is an overall and formalized approach to mental reflection. In any situation involving the application of psychical ability. the experient will find it impossible to ascertain the attitudes. they can make significant progress towards arriving at a caring re- 286 . and to organize the situation better as to keep a collect mind while still acknowledging the strong emotions being experienced by individuals in regards to the situation. Step 1: Gather Relevant Information The first step in an informed decision making process is to collect as much relative information as possible in regards to the situation at hand. and duties embedded in the situation. Step 2: Identify the Type of Ethical Problem In the initial fact finding process an experient can begin to assess and determine the type of ethical problem or problems he or she may be facing. they are ready to proceed to the next step. The following is a brief example checklist that may act as a guide for an experient to organize a situation by asking detailed questions.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach see the details. When the experient is aware of the ethic problems they face. This ‚fact-finding mission‛ is essential to protect the experient from wandering down the wrong path from the start. values. What does he or she want out of the situation? What are the realistic options in regards to this situation? Is he or she competent to make decisions in regards to this situation? What are the legal implications regarding this situation? What resources are available in regards to this issue? When the experient is convinced that all relevant information accessible has been obtained. there exists a necessity for close attention to details.
the experient will place importance on overall consequences. Alternatively. the experient may only choose to place their focus on the ends brought about by. the next step for the experient is to determine what he or she can do in regards to the current situation. For example. In this step. and the consequences of. However. a regular approach may occasionally fluctuate when situations present themselves where the experient may feel their regular approach may not be the best approach. Which approach the experient takes may reflect what has worked best for the experient in the past. Step 4: Explore the Practical Alternatives When an experient has decided what he or she should do. such as anxieties or other mental or moral conflicts. their actions. whether on the experients behalf. the experient may only choose to approach a situation based on their judgment of the morality of an action based on the action’s adherence to a rule or rules. The imaginative pursuit of all relevant options can be 287 . To remain consistent. or on the behalf of others involved in the situation. Step 3: Use Ethics Theories or Approaches to Analyze the Problem Keeping relevant details pertaining to a situation central to deliberation is crucial in eventual decision-making processes that are to be ethically consistent. On one hand. the experient chooses to weigh benefits over burdens as to achieve the best consequences overall. Experients should assess whether ethical distress or dilemmas may be involved in a situation.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics sponse. or to fall back on outdated alternatives when under stress. the experient will place importance on rules or duties. Experients should be mindful not to oversimplify the options available to them. the experient will need to utilize their imagination and intuition to assess all actual strategies and options available. while on the other hand.
While the last step required imagination and intuition. Step 6: Evaluate the Process and Outcome Once the experient has acted. While this step appears simple enough. and that is the task to act. even sometimes involving literally life and death decisions. has chosen an approach. and has exercised his or her imagination and intuition to explore practical alternatives. The more experienced he or she becomes.‛ In the end. identified the type of ethic problem involved. the experient has gathered relevant information. This evaluation is relevant to the growth and development of an ethical experient of psychical phenomena. and is considered essential if the occasion arises where the outcome hoped for was not realized. At this time. some questions the experient should ask themselves may include: 288 . the experient should pause and engage in a reflective examination of the situation. When an experient arrives at a difficult ethical decision and acts upon it. thereby upholding important moral values and duties. Now the experient has one more task. the more he or she will become increasingly aware that their integrity of purpose must be supported by his or her compassion and courage. they have already done quite a bit of work. the extent to which the experients decision has led to an action that upheld morality is knowable only via the reexamination of what took place in the actual situation. this final step requires courage and strength of will with the knowledge and understanding that there may be risks or repercussions. Step 5: Complete the Action By the time an experient has reached this step. ‚The practical goal of ethics is to resolve ethical problems. a critical task. the complex situations experients often encounter can occasionally be decisions of great effect. but such is an invaluable resource in resoling ethical problems.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach challenging for an experient.
Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics What did I do well? Why do I think so? What were the most challenging aspects? How did this situation compare with those in my past? How will this situation apply to other situations in the future? What resources were the most helpful? What do others think about my course of action? Overall. they may find or feel their personal integrity is being chal- 289 . maintaining competence. continue personal and professional growth. If the experient takes it upon them self a commitment to approve consistently upon them. The responsibility of maintaining personal integrity includes accountability. but also on selfimprovement as a means to produce as much good as possible. etc. However. preservation of integrity and safety. what have I learned? All of these questions will help serve the experient in preparation for their next occasion to decide what a caring response entails in that new situation. reparation.‚ Here we place importance not only on beneficence [towards others]. gratitude. They describe commitments that experients should make to other individuals or groups to act in a particular manner that is believed to uphold the moral life of the community [i. duties have been place under the umbr ella of society’s expectations of moral conduct involving individuals. This special obligation to the self includes nonmaleficence.e. a less than popular topic in regards to ethics. we will now be addressing the duty to the self. and when experients are faced with ethical distress or dilemmas. create an environment of caring responses]. This topic involves an idea of moral obligation and ‚duty of self-improvement. then they commit to consistently improving their ability and skill to help others. fidelity. Maintaining Personal Integrity This far.
which can be dealt with 290 . Often these personal values overlap with societal values and exist in harmony together.e. making the experient deeply consider which values are most important.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach lenged. protection of self-esteem via the detachment of oneself emotionally]. absence of true belief]. Also to consider. emotional detachment or apathy [i.e. are individual values. This course of action typically backfires. ideally creating a balance. a struggle to believe that something is not true]. experients should strive to examine and further strengthen their personal value system when opportunities arise by taking advantage of how new information can help assist in refining old values. it is essential for the experient to identify the conflicts that may threaten to undermine their integrity. Selfdeception should be treated as an impairment. as having one’s integrity challenged can result in stress. and often includes willful ignorance [i. This balance allows experients to act on their own convictions in a meaningful way. which is a fundamental resource consisting of an experients own personal value system. which are important to the experient simply because her or she values them. a belief that one’s own view is necessary regardless of whether or not it is substantiated]. A personal value system is the set of values the experient possesses when he or she has reflected on and chosen values that will help guide the experient along a good path in life. societal and individual values form personal values. Personal integrity is essential to psychological and physiological wellbeing. self-pretense [i. While conflicting ideas may arise. When an experients self-esteem is threatened. Therefore.e. systematically ignoring [i. distraction of unpleasant thoughts to more pleasant ones]. Self-Deception Self-deception can pose a great challenge on an experients personal integrity. Self-deception is something all individuals engage in from time to time. he or she may resort to an extreme measure of self-deception in regards to what is best for the self. In conjunction. or threatened.e.e. and rationalization *i. The tools by which an experient can succeed in maintaining their integrity include a moral compass.
they are required to continue to maintain a high level of professional competence via continuing education and via the demonstration of proficiency in other ways. Whether it is the day-to-day self-maintenance of health via a healthy lifestyle. experients should ask their family. diet and regular exercise. This provides a safeguard against feeling bored or ‚burned-out. skills. and interests. are considered essential in self-improvement and sustainability.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics via support groups. physically. Therefore. Therefore. compelling interests of which require concentrated attention and provide joy. friends. 291 . If the experient uses their psychical ability and skills as a profession. It is important for an experient to have interests outside of their professional life. This improvement involves the consideration of those an experient offers a service.‛ feelings often associated with the demanding routine of professional work. or yearly checkups with a medical professional. and/or colleagues to offer insight and or support when such situations arise. or in conjunction with their profession. and of his or her own [the experients] well-being. On the other hand. Remaining personally competent in regards to health include physical and mental health and discipline. The charge to improve oneself personally is beyond professional improvement. the experient owes it to them self and others to stay as mentally. and therefore psychically fit as possible. However. The Responsibility to Improve Yourself The responsibility to improve oneself as to become a better and more skilled experient provides an opportunity for self-fulfillment and service to others in need. self-deception often hides the need for such assistance from experients who need it most. counseling. The first charge for an experient is the charge to remain competent professionally. as it involves improving personal health. and education in the direction of dealing with uncertainty.
they are often not common in individual practices of which do not belong to a professional organization or association. the meaning of fiscal accountability from the standpoint of accepting everyone’s legitimate interests into account [e. honors. and do not focus to much attention to their bottom line. experients can spend more time focusing on: fairness of treatment or service. Experients can avoid associated ethical dilemmas by meeting the reasonable expectations of clients and society. but not allowing it to a dministrate all the values and priorities of a practice. Peer review is designed primarily to ensure high standards of professional practice. the criteria for quality. or other workrelated features are being determined. Therefore. there may be no one to evaluate the quality of an experients practice or research or his or her moral character in general. Practice (Peer) Evaluation Another topic that posses an ethic challenge is the concept of peer or practice evaluation or review. experients should seek out relative professional bodies of which can evaluate their prac- 292 . While evaluation and review are very common amongst professional organizations and associations.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Living with the Business Aspects Another challenge for psychical professionals is the requirement of living with the ‚business‛ of service or care. promotions.g. Therefore. These standards may be set by the professional body itself or may be imposed by governmental or other agencies. and that these high standards are upheld. peer review information is sought when salary increases. In more established professional bodies. As long as the experient focuses on meeting appropriate goals of their practice. and the duty of respect for others in all interactions involving their practice. client budget or yearly income].
other forms of abuse in regards to clients. Experients should develop policies when beginning a practice that will act as moral and ethical guidelines in tougher times for all individuals involved. Confidentiality is fundamental to solid client confidences and is reflected in various codes of ethics. and to attain professional stature. keeping of confidences and building of trust. When such an experient is reported to a professional body of which they are a member. whether the individual is a colleague working in conjunction with an experients practice. colleagues should be assessed yearly [e. to an experient is valued as an instrument of trust. and support should be available for colleagues who may be experiencing ethical distress as a means to prevent unethical behavior. and while it is relatively easy to maintain confidentiality when the situation is void of conflict. This ultimate value. the confidentiality of entrusted information also applies when conflicts arise.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics tice and progress as a means to ensure quality and competency. inability to exercise sound professional judgment. Unethical or Incompetent Practice One serious ethical challenge involved in psychical practice includes when evidence arises suggesting a practitioner is engaging in unethical or incompetent behavior. or the experient them self. Such behaviors may include substance abuse. theft from clients or associated institutions. such behavior can be addressed. Confidentiality Keeping secret information that is told by a client or that flows from the client. chronic lying. or Nature. severe depression. health and lifestyle]. and practicing without a license or under false pretenses. To decrease in trust is to cause harm. 293 . paranoia or other mental disorders. is essential to maintain human dignity. Policies should be encouraged through documentation.g.
others are at serious risk of harm. depression. With informed consent. if the information is questionable it should be clearly labeled as questionable. psychical.g. Informed consent typically involves a document to be signed by the client of which describes how the experient intends to utilize their specific skills to ex- 294 . but they are also performing their professional tasks in a morally commendable way by bringing the client’s informed preferences into the experients plan. sensitive information has been divulged. medical information [e. or psychological information [e. date of birth. not only is an experient practicing within the law.g. For instance.]. family.g. therefore it is up to the experient to advise clients before. or when the experient feels the client is not competent enough to make a decision that has health consequences. in emergency situations where keeping confidence will result in harm coming to the client.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach In other words. and should protect confidences within and without the constraints of the law. Experients who share information with others in their practice should be mindful of what is noted in a clients chart. These can include a clients desire to harm them self or others. address. Confidential information considerations can include identification [e. etc.g. etc]. In addition. sharing information is required by law. spiritual. of colleagues. name. clients should be notified how far their information may go [e. friends. colleagues]. or family problems.].g. Most clients may not know the limits of confidentiality. rather than after. For instance. emotional state such as anxiety. significant other. diagnoses or treatments]. etc. In these cases. and true information that is not relevant should not be recorded. However. occasions arise where the most caring response requires breaching the client’s confidence. social information [e. an experient should respect the rights of clients. Informed Consent Informed consent is based on basic legal-ethical principles and involves a process of decision-making. and of other professionals.
as many forms of influence can be conducted on a client without the client’s knowledge. experients may come across individuals in long-term care situations with chronic conditions. These conditions may include traumatic brain injury. any form of touching. dyslexias or other communication disorders. rather than a basic description or overview. but has not been consented too. Alz- 295 . typical of energy healers and experients of ESP that require direct touch. not informing the client of what will happen to him or her]. disclosure [i. Informed consent assumes that a client voluntarily agrees to the service or process he or she is about to experience. Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Care Throughout their years of psychical service.e.e. will enable the client to be properly informed prior to entering into a decision-making process. diagnose.e. if properly prepared. experients should inform their clients of what all is involved in regards to their offered service. Therefore. or treat for the purpose of assisting the client. and unlawful. which places the latter individual under the requirement to watch out for the best interest of the other individual and fails to do so]. schizophrenia. it is unethical. Disclosure should be as accurate as possible to avoid legal issues with falsified information or fraud. and a related legal concept called a fiduciary relationship [i. and it is unethical. to coerce or compel a client into a process that is against their own best interests and wishes. To avoid legal-ethical issues. Legalethical issues that can be brought against an experient professionally practicing their psychical ability today can include battery [i. Such a document.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics amine. clinical depression. and unlawful. Informed consent is essential to psychical practice. to initiate a psychical process of which may be for the clients best interests. considered offensive or not consented to]. a relationship where on individual has placed a special trust or confidence with another individual. Experients should also be prepared to answer indepth questions pertaining to their service for clients who prefer to be well versed on the includes of the service.
or capable of curing the condition. arthritis. Therefore. Abandonment in this regards involves refusing future treatments due to psychological stress on behalf of the experient. etc. multiple sclerosis. and personality. experients should assess whether they are capable of long-term treatment in regards to the condition. In addition. listen carefully to what the client has to say. Experients should take time to communicate with these types of clients to gain perspective on the client’s personal values. while also taking into account the clients quality of life. and re- 296 . This physical neglect of the client stems from experients typically having concepts of what they should accomplish. Whether the chronic condition will result in the death of the individual at a later date. For long-term treatment. personal environment. with or without the experients assistance. Working with clients in long-term care situations can be trying on the experient. or the individual will live a long life with the chronic condition. Experients may find themselves distancing themselves from clients near their time of death in avoidance of witnessing the pain the client may go through or due to the experients misplaced feelings of failure. or comfort enhancing.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach heimer’s disease. rehabilitative. Huntington’s disease. Parkinson’s disease. experients may abandon their long-term care client due to repulsions of the client’s appearance and other disturbing manifestations of the client’s condition. disgust. Experients should show interest in the client and treat the client with respect and dignity. muscular dystrophy. severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. which will govern the experient in their attempt to create a warm. experients should maintain attention to appropriate interventions including preventive. habits. To avoid cases of abandonment. the experient needs to take heed not to commit to physical or psychological abandonment. cultural and ethnic characteristics. experients should identify their own feelings of fear. which can lead to the experient distancing themselves from the longterm care client because the client is not ‚getting better‛ or the client is gradually ‚getting worse‛ because their condition is incurable and therefore may be subject to deterioration over time. cancer. strongly held beliefs.
or take a medication that will con- 297 .] If the experient is necessary but not sufficient for the act If the client needs to do the final act [e. but still responsible. and do legal consequences apply.g. In these cases. as opposed to some other means such as a gun [e. which can result in troubling feelings becoming less important. The question posed in psychical ethics in regards to assisted suicide and euthanasia is how involved the experient must be to become an agent in the client’s death.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics pulsion and encourage sessions with clients that have conditions that do not fall outside of the experients psychological limitations to cope. We will be addressing the legal consequences of psychical practice later in this chapter. for the clients death. or energetically exacerbating a preexisting condition and notifying the client how to further the exacerbation. at least in part. clients may seek out the experient and ask for assistance that could lead to the client’s death. In either case.g. whereby resulting in death. act upon an impressed compulsion to act. especially in regards to client’s near the end of their life. or who have a poor quality of life due to untreatable pain and suffering. but for now. Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Legal-ethical issues are prevalent in regards to the long-term care of individuals with chronic conditions. the experient may not be present at the client’s time of death. Experients can also make more efforts to talk with clients as to better know them and focus on them personally. assisted suicide involves any action carried out with the goal of ending a client’s life that fits following considerations: If the experient provides the psychical means. telepathic compulsive impression to commit the act. The assistance can vary from assisted-suicide [providing information on how the client can be relieved from their life] or euthanasia [creating an effect that will lead to the death of the client].
neither is legally or ethically acceptable in most countries except in the case of medical professionals. as opposed to conflict or competition as a means for survival. Serious psychical practice is characteristic of focused selfdevelopment as a means for survival.] If the experient is necessary and sufficient for the act If the client’s illness simply provides the context [ e. many psychical ‚professions‛ or spiritual systems involving psychical practice contained their own distinct philosophies. Ethical Expressions and Manifestations Psychical ability in its rawest form as a product of evolution is specifically designed for survival. energetically to stop the heart. Therefore. the philosophical and ethical content of psychical practice has physical and informational influences. whether through the influence of information or physical effect. Throughout history.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach tinue to exacerbate a preexisting condition that the experient has already exacerbated energetically per the client’s request. the experients immediate environment or Nature in general with 298 . Psychical practice at its base concerns itself with knowledge and skillfulness of the self and of the surround [e. influences that can cause harm as opposed to influences that cannot cause harm].g.g. and only in very specific and otherwise hopeless situations. assisted suicide or voluntary or involuntary euthanasia.g. where the actual ethical content is embedded in the influences themselves [e. or manifestations and expressions.] Euthanasia involves any action carried out with the goal of ending a client’s life that fits following considerations: If the experient commits the act by psychical means [e.g. Psychical professions or systems typically follow a logic that reflects its own philosophy. energetically exacerbating a preexisting illness to result in a fatal effect] In either case.
To engage in psychical combat should be seen as undignified as it is indicative of the experients unsuccessful attempts at avoidance. humility. Without a clear and calm mind. physiological. in the midst of conflict. rather. experients should seek non-resistance. non-confrontational approaches that are constructive to the resolution of a conflict. Such is viewed as the ultimate goal of psychical practice. not indulge the ‚attacker‛ by beco ming confrontational.g. deep-breathing meditation] as to avoid destructive actions. While this may lead an experient to occasionally feel that there is little to no progress. experients should calmly seek a resolution. and are expected of a practitioner with a high level of control over oneself and their ability. holding out on new techniques is an effective means of drawing the experient towards not only focusing on perfecting one’s skill.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics or without temporal limitations] through practice. but with a clear and collect mind. Such is why the experient. In times of conflict. control enters into the equation. and perseverance. psychical expressions and manifestations are spontaneous. the psychical practitioner. However. and psychical] are all involved as aspects of the practice. should adopt an ethical frame of mind from the beginning of their practice. A highly functional psychical practice is characterized by withholding techniques until countless successful repetitions have been carried out. Bringing about a sense of calm mindedness is also essential to conflict resolution [e. but it also leads to the experients development of virtues such as patience. an experient should be expected to consistently maintain a ele- 299 . This practice appears to be a psychical enterprise. but as aforementioned. rather than subconscious emotional whims. at least. morally irresponsible. the three systems [psychological. or how they influence. and to allow psychical ability to be within the control of the conscious mind. All of these virtues are essential to long-term psychical practice. In other words. is considered. Such practice should be of respectful influence through the virtue of humility and a sound mind and body. Engaging others in potentially dangerous psychical practices without a conscious awareness of what one is capable of influencing. in cases when a psychical confrontation is inevitable.
not necessarily how the act occurred in its entirety. and their virtue of perseverance [to find a morally and ethically sound solution]. whether professionally or personally. if a client dies in the company of an energy healer where the client requests and the practitioner complies. and another party becomes aware of this request and compliance. if a hypnotherapist with hypnotic telepathic skills compels the client to return home and carry out the act. Going back to assisted suicide and euthanasia. in either case. psychically] can often be directly tied to the practitioner based on the outcome of the act. and possibly incarceration. How the act was committed [e.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach vated ethical level in combat. dismissal from professional associations or organizations. If the experient or practitioner commits an immoral or unethical act. the practitioner would be tried for assisted suicide as a hypnotherapist. In the case of euthanasia for example. or implement their psychical ability into their profession. or involves criminal action. not a telepathist. their standing in the community and profession can be subject to professional or personal status degradation. their virtue of patience [with the situation]. It is during these trying times of awareness and heightened stress that experient will critically rely on their highly ethical frame of mind. an investigation could lead to foul play resulting in conviction.g. In regards to criminal intent such as fraud. In the midst of hard times and crisis. Consequences When an experient desires to start a professional psychical practice. and another party was to become aware of this compulsion. experients may be inclined to utilize their psychical ability to implement solutions. for example. which has been semicommon in psychical and spiritual practices throughout history. the experients profession can be subject to moral and legal consequences. which successively manifests the ultimate ethical ideal of psychical practice. it also 300 . Occasionally the experient may become aware of a solution that is morally aversive.
this is an immense misconception. The consequences of apathy typically involve professional and personal consequences. Whether it is false advertising or health fraud. experients can be charged. it is the ethical. disclosing inaccurate information or not disclosing enough information. and since most psychical abilities are extensions of non-psychical abilities. and sentenced too many years in prison for committing fraud or associated crimes. and empathetic position the experient assumes from the beginning of their practice that prevents criminal action. which can result in the practitioner being prosecuted. 301 . apathy can lead to criminal acts. the experient or practitioner can be brought up on charges for committing the act. While many may suppose that utilizing psychical ability to commit a criminal act cannot land them in prison. In conclusion. virtuous. morally aversive acts.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics has professional and criminal consequences. Self-deception can also lead to deceiving others. whereby resulting in fraudulent acts. Indolence and incompetence can also be the result of apathy and lack of personal integrity. or atrocities in regards to psychical practice. convicted. evidence may support non-psychical acts. However. In most cases. whereby resulting in the experient being convicted and incarcerated.
T/F The first step in an informed decision making process is to collect as much relative information as possible. and humility]. and attitudes that are required to provide for benefits in times of stress [such as compassion.QUESTIONS 1. Ethics is the systematic study of and reflection on morality.]. Morality is a sense of behavioral conduct that differentiates intentions. Moral character or virtues involve traits. culture. religion. a particular philosophy. 9. 3. and actions between those that are right or wrong. not others. honesty. A moral is a system of morality [e. T/F 5. Experients should assess whether ethical distress or dilemmas may be involved in a situation.g. courage. T/F 2. T/F 302 . T/F 4. T/F Moral duties describe particular actions required of experients if they are to play a part in benefiting their community and preventing harm. 7. dispositions. Absolute duties are duties of which are binding under any and all circumstances. decisions. respectfulness. T/F The principle of a caring response is the capacity for an experient to possess authority in regards to their well-being. such as anxieties or other mental or moral conflicts. T/F The knowledge base of analysis is complemented by a process that works towards resolution. or rather ‚the capacity to action your decisions freely and independently. etc. 6.‛ T/F 8. faithfulness. T/F 10. but only when the distress or dilemma is on the experients behalf.
and the consequences of. and to attain professional stature. T/F 17. Experients can avoid business associated ethical dilemmas by meeting the reasonable expectations of clients and society. T/F 13. sensitive information has been divulged. T/F 12. and of other professionals. A personal value system is the set of values the experient possesses when he or she has reflected on and chosen values that will help guide the experient along a good path in life. experients should inform their clients of what all is involved in regards to their offered service. Therefore. therefore it is up to the experient to advise clients before. and should protect confidences within. T/F 16. To avoid legal-ethical issues. T/F 15. their actions. but such is an invaluable resource in resoling ethical problems. T/F 20. T/F 19. Working with clients in long-term care situations can be trying on the experient.Chapter 9: Psychical Ethics 11. T/F 21. of colleagues. To remain consistent. the experient may only choose to place their focus on the ends brought about by. but not without. An experient should respect the rights of clients. T/F 303 . The imaginative pursuit of all relevant options can be challenging for an experient. Experients should develop policies when beginning a practice that will act as moral and ethical guidelines in tougher times for all individuals involved T/F 18. Continuing education or interests outside of work are not considered important in regards to improving the self. Most clients may not know the limits of confidentiality. rather than after. the experient needs to take heed not to commit to physical or psychological abandonment. Experients should seek out relative professional bodies of which can evaluate their practice and progress as a means to ensure quality and competency. T/F 14. the constraints of the law.
or manifestations and expressions. experients should seek resistance. neither is legally or ethically acceptable in most countries. When an experient desires to start a professional psychical practice. assisted suicide or voluntary or involuntary euthanasia. or atrocities in regards to psychical practice. T/F 28. experients are not inclined to utilize their psychical ability to implement solutions. morally aversive acts. T/F 25. T/F 23. T/F 27. confrontational approaches that are not constructive to the resolution of a conflict. in either case. In either case. A highly functional psychical practice is characterized by withholding techniques until countless successful repetitions have been carried out. convicted. The philosophical and ethical content of psychical practice has physical and informational influences. experients can be charged. disclosing inaccurate information or not disclosing enough information. rather. and empathetic position the experient assumes from the beginning of their practice that prevents criminal action. Apathy can lead to criminal acts. In times of conflict. T/F 29. T/F 26. It is the ethical. Whether it is false advertising or health fraud. T/F 30. T/F 304 . which can result in the practitioner being prosecuted. virtuous. and sentenced too many years in prison for committing fraud or associated crimes.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 22. T/F 24. or implement their psychical ability into their profession. In the midst of hard times and crisis. the experients profession can be subject to moral and legal consequences.
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146. 216. 105. 246. 88. 35. 65. 64. 29. 33 Cellular memory. 26. 77. 244. 194 Assimilation. 90. 281. 12 Attention. 24 Closed-eye hallucinations. 87. 245 Autonomy. 40 Behavior. 94. 56. 200. 91. 92. 207. 243. 200. 131. 133. 184. 278 Conceptual information. 78. 109. 222. 79. 233. 238 Apprehension. 110. 107. 116. 231. 154. 163. 105. 16. 16. 82. 154 Collection. 81. 24. 255 Anomalous. 51. 230. 32. 20. 249. 218. 98. 307 Anxiety. 273. 53. 31 Decline effect. 85. 86. 82. 177 Cognitive bias. 88 Confusion. 136. 113. 54. 194. 256. 216. 25. 207. 143. 66. 143. 231. 253. 40 Causality. 110. 167. 161. 306. 122. 75. 76. 208. 119. 94 Association. 142. 215 Autonomic nervous system. 254. 156. 121. 269. 192. 159 Cognitive science. 200. 176. 212. 163. 292 Atmospheric electromagnetism. 290 Binding problem. 196. 186 Belief.INDEX Abandonment. 234 Clairvoyance. 153. 280 Colorization. 306. 39 Contextual information. 97. 239. 202. 187 313 . 186. 272. 155. 192. 50. 191. 26. 60. 153. 305 Cognitive task. 149. 102. 90. 195. 150. 205. 47. 84. 158. 153. 16. 23. 57. 88. 153. 36. 296. 220. 56. 19. 38. 217. 32. 275 Darwinian Theory. 206. 99. 215. 158. 215. 221. 221. 208. 164. 139. 137. 97. 23. 162. 249. 213 Classical physics. 8 de Broglie. 308 Attitude. 250. 239 Concentration meditation. 34. 293 Behavior therapy. 143. 26. 166. 95 Cortisol. 120 Cognitive therapy. 114. 122. 205. 160. 159. 31. 41. 42. 303 Addiction. 110. 214 Content sensitivity. 83. 87. 76. 220 Central nervous system. 284 Background field.
218. 141. 214 Distance. 151. 12. 27 Hallucinations. 86. 273. 177. 187 Explanatory theories. 40. 98. 179. 9. 16. 183. 70. 159. 295. 180. 160 Disorientation. 94. 165. 85. 202. 306 Direct compulsion. 53. 11. 202. 271. 30. 30. 117. 306 Evolution. 27. 86. 90. 93. 123. 200. 81. 130. 181. 107. 145. 200 Faraday cage. 85. 85. 148 Fraud. 45. 43. 8. 270. 139. 70. 179. 190 Density. 89. 28. 290 Dreams. 12. 298 Experiential phase of psi. 79 Displacement. 222. 49. 12 Feynman. 171. 307 Electrical current. 65. 130. 259. 188 Healing. 31. 255. 92. 41. 246. 261. 60. 74. 56. 121. 45. 58 Exploration. 295 Descriptive theories. 5. 203. 78. 273 EEG. 232 Exploratory search. 122. 205. 160. 63. 64. 184. 161. 208 Extremely low frequencies. 46. 15. 167. 16. 134. 243. 176 Formulation. 27. 86. 12. 300. 255. 218 Emotional hypersensitivity. 99 Entanglement. 130. 256. 181. 188. 263 Depression. 178. 12. 107. 47. 116. 28. 129. 71. 24. 261 Distraction. 263 Forced-choice experiement. 262. 232. 68. 7. 45 Extrasensory perception. 117. 37. 257. 159 Einstein. 105. 31. 165. 219 Electromagnetic radiation. 59. 74. 5. 244. 75. 5. 293. 108. 87. 83. Experimenter effect. 83. 142. 49 Fitness. 143. 246 Effect size. 12. 102. 312 314 . 233 Extraversion. 150. 176. 35. 209. 206. 272. 200. 38 Diet. 69. 51. 42. 310 Differential effect. 139. 207. 240. 47. 153. 187 Dissociation. 268. 181 Drugs. 309 Geomagnetic activity. 83. 72. 122. 121. 38. 15. 161. 50. 17. 181. 308. 185. 143. 294. 62. 89. 126. 152. 193. 34. 187 Frequency. 113 Disinterest. 53 Emotional system. 87.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Defense Mechanism Test. 95. 54. 163. 190. 272 Ganzfeld. 50. 176. 161. 6. 12 Fantasy. 180. 45. 97. 307 First sight. 256. 99. 35. 176. 55. 232. 16 Electrons. 304 Free-response experiement. 147 Expressive psi processes. 2. 52. 180. 41. 179.
137. 256. 54. 248. 159. 44. 112. 196. 234. 202. 69. 174. 293 Light. 269. 196. 261. 155. 213. 211. 208 Measurement problem. 293. 197. 173 Memory. 260. 128. 61. 180. 31. 174. 179. 173. 65. 88. 222. 258. 189. 155. 107. 102. 271. 114. 132. 244 Memory trace. 135. 304. 306 Intention. 70. 82. 269. 176. 183. 50. 121. 215. 251. 218. 277. 226. 190. 255. 250 Indeterminism. 129. 67. 177. 257. 52. 246. 256. 71. 213. 115. 47. 204. 205. 227. 98. 86. 165. 149. 16. 87. 188. 191. 97 Hilbert space. 180. 275. 198. 99. 248. 4. 93. 254. 48. 262 Magnetic fields. 219. 202. 254. 234. 167. 183. 268. 40. 224. 89. 190. 17. 266. 124. 131. 10. 47. 83. 8. 252. 315 . 173. 97. 245. 44. 110. 39 Hypnosis. 278 Mood. 104. 253. 291. 229. 185. 220. 219. 10. 242. 59. 291. 124. 107. 34. 87. 176. 210. 3. 278 Impressions. 249. 8. 238 Natural selection. 178. 139. 66. 239. 9. 215 Mindful meditation. 271. 311 Hebbian process. 74. 59. 140. 122. 6. 43. 60. 213. 263. 277. 274. 47. 279. 91. 142. 95. 215. 215. 20 Meditation. 206. 300. 240. 214. 193. 133. 37. 76. 43. 244. 41. 182. 223. 48. 222. 211 Myers-Briggs. 25. 263. 47. 56. 94. 214 Hypnotherapy. 21. 53. 253. 52. 261. 87. 30 Nature. 274. 276. 128. 119. 55. 53. 186. 31. 178. 137. 262. 25. 189 Mind-body. 24. 255. 267 Multiple Sclerosis. 87. 265. 146. 107. 270. 29. 147 Lifestyle. 38. 205. 247. 278. 252. 278. 239. 256. 68. 144. 32. 68. 89. 55. 238. 103. 19 Induction. 198. 241 Mapping. 54. 263. 257 Motivation. 83. 73. 221. 13. 48. 249. 275. 172. 47 Meta-analysis. 145 Intelligence. 53. 3. 223. 203. 48. 80. 53. 268. 259. 82. 142. 175. 223. 294. 245. 136. 264. 275. 69. 84. 309 Imagery. 276. 101. 105. 95. 155. 244. 79. 86. 273.Index Health. 200. 243. 99. 154. 275. 46. 48. 177. 90. 37. 196. 176. 79. 203. 145. 15. 116. 265. 155. 263. 250. 264. 203. 58. 244 MBTI. 106. 64. 186. 52. 44. 218. 256. 124. 299 Memories. 129. 190. 278 Initiation. 29. 35. 86. 54. 95. 105. 197. 257. 217. 253. 17. 18. 181.
224. 3. 186. 138. 208. 58. 58. 45. 150. 218 Physical interaction. 38. 82. 306. 150. 29. 15 Plasticity. 239 Psychology. 50. 78. 64. 296 Phenomenology. 10. 58. 77. 164. 222. 85. 62. 153 Psychokinesis. 46. 184. 6. 67. 159. 255. 205. 84. 35. 30 Psi-missing. 16. 43. 114. 282 Neuroimaging. 53. 116. 149. 204. 51. 307. 29. 223. 220 Non-local communication. 47. 239. 4. 160 Post hoc analysis. 45. 207. 79. 65. 235. 270 Probability shifting. 207. 58 Neuroscience. 191. 178. 164. 113. 12. 278. 53. 85. 45. 81. 45. 45. 109. 77. 59 Psi-hitting. 59. 51. 104 Precognition. 195. 199. 59 Paranormal cognitive process. 4. 190. 245 Neuro-quantum interactions. 15. 308 Personality. 94. 214. 256 Quantum computation. 56. 13 Qigong. 158. 6. 246. 63. 196. 36.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach 198. 154. 76. 72. 162 Practical applications. 137 Planck constant. 197. 7. 206. 68. 21. 249. 5. 50. 37. 35. 222. 233 Psychoanalysis. 238 Neurotransmitters. 66. 161. 7. 43. 41 Neuroplasticity. 13 Psi production. 216. 213 Preconscious. 254. 41. 64. 231. 201. 7. 221. 12. 152. 254. 36. 2. 19. 119. 58 Panic attacks. 151. 271 Paranormal cognition. 3 Parapsychology. 70. 152. 34. 217. 29. 246. 244. 277 Neuroticism. 36 316 . 75. 9 Psi mediation. 163. 169 Psychical research. 263. 64. 21. 56. 5. 273 Perception. 59 Paranormal interaction. 20. 182 Non-locality. 163. 50. 225. 200. 45. 198. 60. 169 Psi-mediated instrumental response. 32. 147 Psychotronics. 219 Photons. 8 Position effect. 96. 33. 218. 45 Paraphysics. 20. 192. 217. 12. 8. 5. 56. 36. 73. 66. 202. 37. 305. 203. 97 Photoelectric effect. 41. 205. 199. 150. 148. 77. 83. 142. 98. 149. 49. 35. 275 PMIR. 30. 206. 237. 238. 96. 20. 253. 309. 311 Neurons. 83. 140. 208. 216. 218. 4. 202. 269 Psychophysical interaction. 236. 242. 62. 197. 191. 36. 3. 7. 190 Psychological absorption. 15.
175. 117. 11. 18. 20. 32. 166. 161. 243. 231 Telepathic interaction. 143. 38 Quantum mechanics. 157 Transliminality. 156. 38. 81. 210. 21. 21. 171. 311 Targets. 204. 135. 134. 20. 214 Sensory modality. 116. 166. 105. 102 Sensory system. 278. 20. 49 Sensation. 52. 258 Suggestion. 185. 59 Relaxation. 37. 103. 174. 166. 230. 14. 157. 197. 144 Second sight. 140. 72. 52. 120. 150. 298. 86. 9. 19 Quantum decoherence. 133. 62. 104. 242. 300 States of consciousness. 93 Spatial proximity. 231. 44. 169. 77. 37. 39 Qubit. 37. 44. 49. 256. 177 Vocabulary. 39.Index Quantum cryptography. 35. 142. 17. 30. 108 Theory of Psi. 218 Quantum teleportation. 165. 155. 31. 107. 88. 33. 98. 137. 59. ii. 108. 172. 196. 62. 102. 232 Spectrum. 45. 72 Quantumness. 57. 97. 109. 72. 74. 214 Universal information. 138. 146. 180. 294. 179. 53. 28. 93. 2. 231 Telepathic simulation. 167. 32. 27. 11. 174. 247. 255. 155. 218. 177. 111 317 . 188. 94. 29. 37. 18. 214. 108. 67. 132. 19. 40 Velocity. 96. 58. 198 Rapid directional switching. 18. 64. 32. 247. 139. 10. 113 superposition. 260. 133. 40. 46. 63. 56. 223 Spiritual. 249. 178. 99. 147. 20 Quantum information. 256. 185. 125. 102. 16. 168. 105. 103. 17. 43. 89. 14. 39. 93 Receptive psi processes. 145. 123. 204. 41. 273. 17. 176. 172. 121. 40. 99. 131. 217. 98. 270 Visual Noise. 7. 77. 153. 45. 22. 100. 210 Search closure. 279. 185 Suggestive compulsion. 37. 140. 97. 306 Transference. 252 Room temperature. 40. 12. 29. 298 Tai chi. 38. 99. 25. 31. 65 Sensory deprivation. 117. 41 Quantum interaction. 180. 6. 159. 114. 15. 119. 107. 131. 113 Vacuum field. 84. 155. 122. 309 Telepathic cognition. 152. 64. 118. 31. 188. 57. 93 Sensed relevance. 173. 108. 191. 88. 29. 138 Survival. 40.
278. 31 318 . 246. 17. 258 Yoga. 254. 16 White noise. 251. 176. 20 Wave-particle duality. 14. 310 Zener Cards. 212 Zero point field. 13. 40.Telepathy: A Quantum Approach Wave function collapse.
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