|How many times do people say |
"Oh I feel like I've
been here before"?
Well, that isn't ESP (Extra Sensory
Perception) really, but it does have something to do with the
mechanics of it. As I have already pointed out in the other
pages, (the ones you skipped to get here!) the brain works in
strange ways with frequencies that are well up into what
communications buffs call radio. The brain also tends to work
on different levels, three basic ones:-
Back conscious and Sub-conscious.
"Forward" is the small
bit you use for everyday thinking, "Back" is the bit you drag
things you need to remember out of, (sometimes it is a bit
slow or confused, like mine!) and Sub-conscious is what runs
your whole body and only really gets out to play when you are
asleep and dreaming!
What sometimes happens is that you
see or experience something and your sub-conscious does a
quick re-run of some other stuff in your memory and dumps a
complete senario into your forward mind so fast that you
didn't really have time to notice what happened, but you "knew
it was going to happen". Your brain cannot really function
like this for too long or you would have a fit or go into a
trance state. Your sub-conscious mind does work at a truly
amazing speed, much too fast for the body to keep up. It also
requires a lot of energy to do so, hence if you push it, it
will tend to close down some body functions in order to get
enough power to run. An epileptic person has the disadvantage
of a brain that wants to run too fast and too often in this
mode, what happens then is it gets a short-circuit somewhere
and everything gets very confused and can shut down. Contrary
to popular belief, epileptics are not stupid, they think
faster and it costs them dearly, so they take pills to slow
things down to "normal" for the benefit of lesser mortals!
Some people do have an uncanny ability to read minds, sense
danger, affect solid objects and so on. What they are doing is
using the normally untapped sub-conscious and actually picking
up and understanding the "radio-frequency" waveforms that we
all transmit, and their minds can also act like radars. The
nerves are like aerials connected to the brain, we all
transmit whether we intend to or not and over vast distances
too! The art of EMPATHY is to "shut up and listen"! It is
possible to understand these signals because we all rely on
very similar nerve patterns. This is used daily in medical
monitoring but most doctors dismiss the idea even though they
do insist we turn off our cellphones in the hospital because
it mucks up their equipment.
Jung had a theory that there
was a "collective consciousness", he didn't have the knowledge
of radio, or the electical currents of the nervous system that
we have today, if he had, his theory might not have seemed so
outrageous as it did then. I think he was right, tapping into
that "collective mind" merely requires letting go of one's own
frenzy and just istening. Women tend to be better at it and
can use it for self preservation and manipulating men. They
also use it to "monitor" their children.
Sorry there isn't
more to this page, the mechanics of this very natural ability
are too simple for big and complicated explanations.
think about it, it will become very clear because the brain
understands it even if "you" don't!!