Existence of Extrasensory Perception

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Existence of Extrasensory Perception Astral projection, seeing auras, having visions, telepathy, psychometry, clairaudience, precognition, retrocognition… anything that has to do with a psychic ability or sixth sense is an excellent example of extrasensory perception. Ever woken up with a sudden jolt? It means that you just had experienced an episode of astral projection unconsciously. Experience deja vu? While sleeping two to three weeks back, you’ve seen a vision. Ever looked at someone and known exactly to the word what they were thinking? Congratulations, that is called telepathy. When looking at an animal or person, have you ever seen a color surround them? That would be known as seeing that person or object’s aura. Ever felt a shift in the world, where just the day before it felt cheery and perfect, but now seems the complete opposite: gloomy, sad and eerie even? Then you’ve just had an encounter with having a suppressed psychic connection to life and the planet. Even though a person who experiences any of the above descriptions may have absolutely no idea whatsoever about what just happened, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. The three classic kinds of extrasensory perception include telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition. This sixth sense that some people might experience comes from supernatural and paranormal means. There are many ways to gain access to a sixth sense and the subconscious: self-hypnosis, visualization, meditation, talking positive, listening and paying attention to one’s dreams, and many more (Rifat, T.). All throughout history, extrasensory perception has been apart of many different cultures and countries around the globe. People have been trying to disprove the theory of extrasensory perception, otherwise known as the sixth sense, but has been proven to exist time and time again, even through hundreds of

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