Useful Links• Seth Quotes Search Engine • Seth Research Project • The Seth House• Buy Seth Books • List of Seth Sessions, Indexes to Various Seth Books • List of Complete Writings of Jane/Seth books
Started by Sena, March 07, 2021, 07:19:36 AM
Quote from: SenaJames Carpenter, Clinical Psychologist, has developed a theory of how the mind works, which also explains paranormal phenomena (psi phenomena). His theory is called "First Sight Theory". I think it is compatible with the Seth concepts.
Quote from: jbsethMy personal issue with "compatibility" here, has to do with what both James Carpenter and Seth have to say about the "unconsciousness" and the self.Seth talked a lot about the self. Seth tells us that we consist of an outer ego or outer self, an inner self and an entity. Seth also tells us that this inner self is, not only conscious of itself, but that it is in constant communication with all other inner selves
Quote from: Sena on October 29, 2021, 11:38:03 PM"Super-psi" is the idea that paranormal activity is going on all the time, although we are generally not aware of this.
Quote from: Deb on October 30, 2021, 07:11:22 PMhttps://psi-encyclopedia.spr.ac.uk/articles/super-psi-hypothesis#Super-psi_is_preposterously_complex
QuoteThat version of the hypothesis is a variant of what some have dubbed the cybernetic model of psi. According to that model, psi agents acquire information by ESP concerning the system they wish to control, and then they monitor and guide their actions on that system by means of a continuing supply of ESP information (or feedback). From this viewpoint, PK is analogous to riding a bicycle or driving a car, because in those activities we modify our behavior in light of feedback from the system we are controlling.
Quote from: Sena on October 30, 2021, 10:43:49 PMWhat are the limits of psychokinesis (PK)? Can I influence the behavior of molecules and atoms? If I am infected with Covid 19, my Inner Self may be able to nullify the worst effects of the virus by applying PK.
Page created in 0.119 seconds with 24 queries.