Special Sub-Topic: E.S.P. and Your Sixth Sense
|Which of these words best describes what your sixth sense is?|
Knowing. "The Sixth Sense", a movie with Bruce Willis repopularized this phrase, however your sixth sense is in a fact..."knowing." It is something that is familiar but at the same time does not make logical sense, like episodes of deja vu. Everyone has E.S.P. or Extra Sensory Perception and some people know how to tap into that sense more than others can. Some people that have lost a sense, like eyesight, can use their remaining senses more and pick up on things that others might not.
In effect, everyone is psychic. Some people can "flex their brain muscle" more than others. Just as a man in the weight room that does bicep curls every day has bigger biceps than a guy who does not, does not mean that the guy who doesn't work out at the gym, does not have biceps.
Of course, this is not validated by the scientific community like the first five senses but is widely accepted.
|Someone with E.S.P. that understands how to use it can definitely tell you the future.|
f. This may be a complicated answer because it is a paradox. However, human beings have free will so they can always change a pre-destined future. The way I have come to understand it through books like "Beyond Fear" by Don Miguel Ruiz and "Conversations with God" by Neale Donald Walshe is that everything is pre-destined but there are an infinite number of destinies. So, even though you are going to play one out, you can choose which one to play out, so in effect you can always "Change your mind." It is a paradox and goes with the theory that time is an illusion and that the only time is now. There is supposedly a room on an Ethereal Plane called The Akashic Records that stores all the moments that have been, are going on, will occur, and that would have happened had you made a different choice every second of your life. Edgar Cayce, the Sleeping Prophet was said to visit this room to conduct past life readings for his clients.
|Which chakra will a "psychic" use to glimpse into the future?|
Third Eye Chakra. This is the sixth chakra or energy vortex on the human body. It is located at the base of the skull at the medulla oblongata. Its color radiates indigo. Its element lies in electrical or telepathic energy. When this eye opens, it is said that you can see your higher self and past the illusion that we all look upon daily.
|What is the number one reason that many fortunetellers, psychics, tarot card readers and astrologists have turned off so many people to the concept of E.S.P.?|
Because they were in it to make money. The bottom line is that whenever someone talks about something as important as conducting a sťance or giving someone advice on their future, the last thing they want to hear is "And for another $19.99..."
Psychics, if they possess a gift and are in-tuned with their sixth sense, need to live too and can charge for their trade, but must remember to always put the financial aspect of the meeting out of their minds when dealing with an issue such as E.S.P. Most people are skeptical by nature and any sign of aggressiveness on the part of the psychic is most likely going to sway the person's belief towards the negative.
|If you are in tuned with your "Sixth Sense" then you will see "dead people" or ghosts.|
f. It is entirely possible that you could, for we only look with our 5 senses in a 3-Dimensional World. However, we do not know where souls go after they leave the body. They may be in other dimensions and some may not know that they have passed on, like the movie suggests. Much of this is a carry over from what the mind remembers.
However, humans only use about 8-12% of their brain. Albert Einstein used 18 %, which is the most on record, still leaving 82% unused. Who knows what we could see if we could activate our senses all of the time? Perhaps some people look deeper into the unknown depending upon the amount of E.S.P. they can utilize? However, many people can "hear things", "know things", and "predict things", without seeing ghosts.
|Who was the first person to coin the phrase "E.S.P."?|
J.B. Rhine. J.B. Rhine coined a name for this phenomenon at Duke University, in 1927. According to him, E.S.P. stands for telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, remote viewing, telekinesis and clairaudience. It is still being tested there today.
|Which of these is an example of time travel?|
Looking at a star in the sky. Two of these answers are from "Star Trek" and "Back to the Future" and have never been tested as far as I know. However, some scientists have discovered that time is not linear, like we thought. Even though your clock moves forward, it is still 3 hours before, three time zones to your left. There is only one moment: now, so living in the past does not do you any good nor should you have expectations for the future.
The starlight you see has traveled light years to get here. A star that you look at could have exploded 50,000 years ago and the light has not gotten here yet to let us know, showing that time is an illusion. The event can occur long before the light lets people see what happened.
|A person that can use their E.S.P. could potentially see which of the following?|
All of these (Auras of people, Souls that have moved on or ghosts, as well as angels, Flashes of something that has not occurred yet). If you could open "your third eye", there is no telling what you could see. Life is multi-dimensional and as humans, we know of the physical plane only. This is where energy moves so slowly, that the molecules are slow enough, that an object can be seen with our naked eye. Quicker moving energies are sound and light. Spirit is supposedly the quickest energy, so people's auras could be seen, as could souls in other dimensions, angels that have never assumed life form, or shots from potential futures.
|When taking a standardized "E.S.P." test, many subjects are given Zener cards, which have symbols on them that the subject is supposed to guess, without looking. Which of these was a symbol on the original Zener cards?|
Three squiggly lines going up and down. The card looked to me like a brain wave or a picture of rain. The other four cards were a plus sign, a circle, a square, and a star. You can see them here:
|Which sense would "sense of humor" fall under?|
Sixth Sense. You cannot be told what you find funny and what you do not. It is just something that you sense. In a way, it is a lot like "knowing". We all know things that don't make logical sense, whether it is an episode of deja vu or having a weird dream. But the sixth sense is just "knowing" things intuitively like a "sense of humor". When we think of people with "good sense of humors", we are thinking of someone that correlates well with our "sense of humor" and someone you both "know" together.
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