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The Law of Psychic Phenomena (1893)

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / General,
  • Psychology

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages420
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8877633M
    ISBN 101594621969
    ISBN 109781594621963

    The aim of the organization, as stated in its Constitution, became "to advance parapsychology as a science, to disseminate knowledge of the field, and to integrate the findings with those of other branches of science". It has already accumulated and verified a vast array of facts of the most transcendent interest and importance. They too have accumulated facts and discovered principles of vast importance, especially in the field of mental therapeutics,—principles which also throw a flood of light upon the general subject of Psychology. As opposed to the approaches of psychical research, which generally sought qualitative evidence for paranormal phenomena, the experiments at Duke University proffered a quantitativestatistical approach using cards and dice. Some of the hypotheses gravely put forth in books are so bizarre as to excite only the pity or the ridicule of the judicious. Personal atmospheres vary in their intensity, there being as many varieties as there are people; for each creates his own atmosphere in Mind.

    The operator, looking steadily at a bright object, gradually becomes subjective and consequently able to read thought. A city given over to the pursuit of the higher endeavors will react with an atmosphere of culture and refinement, while one whose dominant thought is to acquire wealth will react to an atmosphere of grasp and grab. The atmosphere of the desert is wonderful, for it is free from the thoughts of men's confusion and fear, and so is a place of great peace. Staying close to the thought of the One Mind is a safe and sure protection from any and all wrong mental influence. In the mean time a large number of the ablest scientists of Europe and America have been pursuing independent investigations in the phenomena of hypnotism. It is recommended that you click the "Add to Cart" button right away.

    Personal atmospheres vary in their intensity, there being as many varieties as there are people; for each creates his own atmosphere in Mind. The findings from these experiments led to the formation of the Stargate Projectwhich handled ESP research for the U. When Rhine took precautions in response to criticisms of his methods, he was unable to find any high-scoring subjects. This will settle the question of malicious malpractice for all time. This we call temperament, and no singer, speaker or actor can be a great success without it. If, on the contrary, there is one fact pertaining to the subject-matter under investigation which remains outside the domain of the hypothesis, or which is unexplained by it, it is indubitable evidence that the hypothesis is unsafe, untrue, and consequently worthless for all practical purposes of sound reasoning.


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The Law of Psychic Phenomena (1893) by Thomson Jay Hudson Download PDF Ebook

We think into the One Mind, and this thought is immediately present everywhere.

Parapsychology

During this period, other related organizations were also formed, including the Academy of Parapsychology and Medicinethe Institute of Parasciencethe Academy of Religion and Psychical Research, the Institute of Noetic Sciencesthe International Kirlian Research Associationand the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Laboratory These related fields include transpersonal psychologywhich studies transcendent or spiritual aspects of the human mind, and anomalistic psychologywhich examines paranormal beliefs and subjective anomalous experiences in traditional psychological terms.

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The Law of Psychic Phenomena (1893)

I have sat in a room and had a glass of water brought from another room and held to my lips while I drank it. Later, while preparing for college, his father insisted that he study for the ministry.

That this has never been accomplished is owing to the fact I do not expect this book to stand upon its literary merits; for if it is unsound in principle, felicity of diction cannot save it, and if sound, homeliness of expression cannot destroy it.

The Law Of Psychic Phenomena

There is a more pronounced emanation from the head than from any other part of the body, because thought operates through the brain more than through any other part of the human instrument. The discrepancy between these results and those obtained by Rhine is due either to uncontrollable factors in experimental procedure or to the difference in the subjects.

Today, the Rhine Research Center is a parapsychology research unit, stating that it "aims to improve the human condition by creating a scientific understanding of those abilities and sensitivities that appear to transcend the ordinary limits of space and time".

Hudson was a great forerunner of modern day The Law of Psychic Phenomena book of science, psychology and theology. It follows, then, that any one tuning in on our thought will enter into The Law of Psychic Phenomena book stream of consciousness, no matter where we are or where he may be.

When this rises to The Law of Psychic Phenomena book surface of conscious intelligence, it is called mental telepathy. This is the result of the mental atmosphere surrounding the place or room. The London Society for Psychical Research, whose ramifications extend all over the civilized world, was organized for the purpose of making a systematic search for that law.

They toohave accumulated facts and discovered principles of vast importance, especially in the field of mental therapeutics, - principles which also throw a flood of light upon the general subject of Psychology. He wrote and lectured on this subject until his death from heart failure in But the moment Newton promulgated his theorem a revolution began which eventually involved the whole scientific world.

The best illustration of this is in the creative soil, in which the gardener puts his seed. This is much like what happens when a psychic exercises a spirit of prophecy. Time is only the measure of an experience, and space, of itself, is not apart from, but is in, Mind. I could not possibly account for the above-stated incident on the theory of ectoplasm; but I could account for it through the theory of mental power.

Thus, astronomy, previous to the promulgation of Kepler's Laws and the formulation of the Newtonian hypothesis of gravitation, was in a state of chaos, and its votaries were hopelessly divided by conflicting theories. We are surrounded by all sorts of vibrations, and if we wish to catch any of them distinctly, we must tune in; but there is a great deal of interference, and we do not always get the messages clearly.

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