extrasensory

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of, coming from, or relating to forces or beings that exist outside the natural world

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seemingly outside normal sensory channels

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At the beginning of the show Rao explained his ability for extra-sensory perception as being Eoee1/4Y[pounds sterling]extremely sharp, extremely observant and extremely
The soldiers harness this extra-sensory perception and telepathy by staring for hours at goats, hanging bags of sand on parts of their anatomy that shouldn't see the light of day in public, and telling themselves they can pass through solid objects.
The soldiers harness this extra-sensory perception by staring for hours at goats, hanging bags of sand on parts of their anatomy that shouldn't see the light of day in public, and telling themselves they can pass through solid objects.
Using the powers of Extra-Sensory Perception (ESP), the Evasons bring together the powers of telepathy, super memory, prediction, telekinesis and levitation to expose audiences to a new perception of reality.
I would go further and say that the preoccupation with experimental evidence for psi has not produced significant scientific progress beyond the state reached in 1940 with the literature review and early meta-analyses in the book Extra-Sensory Perception after Sixty Years (Pratt, Rhine, Smith, Stuart, & Greenwood, 1940).
Then he considers the traditional order of the senses from antiquity to the early modern era, the transition from the world of senses to the world of reason in the 18th and 19th centuries, and the 20th-century rediscovery of the five traditional senses and exploration of extra-sensory perception.
Ruben provides the extra-sensory perception that helps solve the mystery.
SIXTH Sense - extra-sensory perception and the name of that creepy film starring Bruce Willis and Haley-Joel Osment ("I see dead people").
The most popular myth was extra-sensory perception, the ability to read people's minds.
Extra-sensory perception, mysterious forces that somehow project images into our minds, hallucinations summoned from the subconscious like dreams - they all come into it.