Extra Sensory Perception
What is ESP?
Extrasensory perception is sometimes known as a sixth sense. It can sometimes be put down to a gut feeling or intuition. It is general term covering all related categories such as Telepathy or Clairvoyance. The term was coined by Sir Richard Burton, and adopted by Duke University psychologist J. B. Rhine to denote psychic abilities of all varieties.
Who was the first to conduct ESP tests?
Ina Jephson (in the 1920s) was one of the first to conduct statistical studies of ESP. Tests using guessing cards were carried out, and over a set of two studies she reported mixed results. Various other tests were carried out including mathematician Samuel Soal, who claimed some success, they produced highly significant results suggestive of precognitive telepathy.
How do you develop ESP?
For some people these extra senses are a reality in everyday life. Some are born with the gift, while others have to work to activate them. To have the gift can bring forth some upsetting abilities, as well as good ones. How would you feel if you really knew what people were thinking about you? Training should only be undertaken by those ready for the new reality they will face.
If you are interested in learning how to activate your latent skills, please contact us for information about training and courses.
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