How to Test and Develop Your Esp

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Psychic abilities such as telepathic communication, clairvoyance, and premonitions have intrigued believers and the curious for ages. In How to Test and Develop Your ESP, Paul Huson provides those interested in psychic phenomena with experiments to help discover and strengthen their own skills. Favoring practice over theory, Huson shares his years of research and experiments with people interested in unlocking their potential. The book covers extra-sensory perception as well as interpreting dreams, recalling the ...
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Overview

Psychic abilities such as telepathic communication, clairvoyance, and premonitions have intrigued believers and the curious for ages. In How to Test and Develop Your ESP, Paul Huson provides those interested in psychic phenomena with experiments to help discover and strengthen their own skills. Favoring practice over theory, Huson shares his years of research and experiments with people interested in unlocking their potential. The book covers extra-sensory perception as well as interpreting dreams, recalling the lives of past incarnations, understanding the out-of-body experience, experimenting with psychokinesis, and exploring other parapsychological phenomena.
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Journal Of Parapsychology
One of the best books on testing ESP currently available.
Journal of Parapsychology
One of the best books on testing ESP currently available.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781568331836
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/28/2001
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 505,425
  • Product dimensions: 6.06 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Huson's books include the bestselling Mastering Witchcraft and the forthcoming Mastering Herbalism. He lives in Los Angeles.
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Table of Contents

1 The Reality of ESP 11
2 Understanding ESP 20
What is psychic research?
Why psi?
The characteristics of psi
Psi as a field phenomenon
Psi as a dual process
Three types of ESP
The physical limits of ESP
ESP in our daily lives
"Luck"--the constructive or destructive use of our ESP
3 Demonstrating ESP for Yourself 42
Demonstrating ESP scanning
Analyzing your results
Differences in drawings and what they mean
How to conduct a simple card-guessing test
Guessing techniques
Checking your results
Decline effect
Standard ESP card tests
Evaluating your success
Testing your ESP in dreams
Lucid dreams
4 Developing Your ESP 66
Information-feedback learning
ESP and the EEG
Trance mediumship
ESP by automatisms
How to use a pendulum
Group automatism methods
Other ESP channels
ESP "broadcasting"
ESP vision
5 Using Your ESP 84
People reading
Your ESP procedure
ESP counseling
ESP ethics
Object reading
Object-reading procedure
6 Tracking Down Past Incarnations 96
Techniques for remembering "past lives"
7 The Out-of-the-Body Experience 101
OBE research today
Out-of-the-body techniques
Diet
Time factors
Position of the body
Breathing exercises
The visual field
Mental exercises
Visualization exercises
OBE states
OBE locomotion
Summing up
8 Psychokinesis--Mind over Matter? 118
Helmut Schmidt's experiments
Are poltergeists unconscious PK?
Physical mediumship and PK
What is the PK power?
Biological rays
Demonstrating PK for yourself
How to conduct a PK experiment with dice
Methods of "willing"
Methods of psi focusing
Checking your results
How to conduct a PK experiment with plants
Checking your results
9 Using PK in Daily Life 141
The need for an appropriate channel
PK and paranormal healing
Elements involved in paranormal healing
Hand-sensitization exercises
Practicing healing
10 On Seeing Ghosts 151
Exploring haunted houses
Questions to ask
How to ghost hunt
11 Putting It All Together 159
Appendixes 163
1. Progressive Relaxation Exercises
2. Notes and References in the Text
3. Glossary
4. Bibliography
Index 187
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