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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Jonsson's most famous extrasensory experiments occurred during Nasa's Apollo 14 mission to the moon, when he collaborated with astronaut Edgar D.
From discussions of the collective unconscious to reclaiming extrasensory abilities, this offers a full-faceted coverage especially recommended for new age holdings.
Tips on making better use of dreams include building a dream-inducing environment, keeping a journal to track them, and understanding links between dreams and extrasensory perception.
Similar to the Ministry of Magic, her family all work for the Bureau of Extrasensory Regulation and Management, except for her 12-year-old sister, who is a senior in high school and a chameleon.
It is known as Extrasensory Perception, or ESP, and it points to obtaining information in any way other than the five physical senses.
That's right-telepathy, or extrasensory perception, was the overarching theme for Baltimore-based duo Matmos' newest album, which drops in February from the Thrill Jockey record label.
Grid is said to bring a novel and extrasensory approach to natural beauty for the "of-themoment" woman.
Hanging by a Thread offers a tension-filled mystery with an extrasensory twist.
These experiences are emotionally charged and arouse a meditative and extrasensory state of awareness.
Some healers "have abilities and attitudes that make them believe in their ability to heal other people, but it is actually a case of self-deception, as synesthesia is not an extrasensory power, but a subjective and 'adorned' perception of reality," the researchers state.
While Pattinson and Stewart do have chemistry, the movie loses out to the book not only because of its radical condensation, of the plot and its intricate characters, but also because of the story's unusual emphasis on extrasensory gifts.
Tackling seasoned-author genres like the epic family saga, extrasensory capabilities and the British Empire--not to mention writing from the perspective of the opposite sex--he traces the tale of Evie Stepman, a daughter of Nigerian colonists during the last decade of British rule.
That journal recently published a peer reviewed manuscript that claims to show the existence of extrasensory perception (ESP).
Billed as part theatre part psychological experiment, it promised a 35 minute experience for two that would blur the boundary between the physical and the extrasensory.