It’s been awhile since I posted anything. That’s my oops. Summer and fall were busy with a long term project I’ve been working on. But now that winter is setting in I hope I’ll have more time to ruminate and write.
People sometimes ask me, why is psychic stuff so hard to prove? I’m not a scientist but I have worked with scientists and there are a handful of very fine and dedicated scientists working on proving the validity of psychic phenomena. It’s not an easy task and they often relinquish their mainstream credibility in their pursuit. It’s not easy being a pioneer, especially when your search takes you beyond mainstream thinking. I encourage you to remember this. If it weren’t for pioneers we would still believe the world is flat and that doctors who washed their hands before surgery were silly.
But because I am a psychic I can give you my perspective.
Scientists rely on method and analysis. They need concrete facts and they need to be able to acquire these facts by performing a process repeatedly under controlled circumstances to achieve the same result. Psychic phenomena doesn’t often work that way. It is fluid. It is ever changing. It exists in a realm of feelings and impressions. In a way, psychics – valid psychics – are like artists and musicians. Artists must feel their art, musicians must feel their music, otherwise the art is flat, the music lacks depth and inspiration. Imagine if Michelangelo tried to paint the Sistine Chapel ceiling using a paint by number set.
Nevertheless, progress is being made, slowly but surely. Researchers studying the realm of quantum physics are making discoveries and there is a growing body of evidence that substantiates the validity of psychic phenomena and the survival of consciousness (aka life after death).
For more information on serious, valid research being done today I encourage you to visit these sites:
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