Consciousness and Time

ψ The Silent Impulse, A Study in Consciousness and Time, The Space Between – by Kathleen M. Stranks

 By Kathleen M. Stranks

Paper presented to the
Scientific and Medical Network
Continental Meeting 2016 – Convergent Evolution, Attractors and Love, October 2016, Casa San Bernado, Rome
1/10/16

Synopsis

This paper is concerned with attempting to offer some insight into how psychic processes occur. To do this properly we need to examine the idea that consciousness is the primary source of our interpretations concerning reality. Our subjective perceptions of our surroundings determine how we interpret the world. Underlying these perceptions are subtle psychic prompts that bleed through in the form of coincidence, intuitions and certainties, giving us clues about what kind of personal action would provide the best answer to on-going events. The characteristics of these thought interferences tend to fall into

a)     Thought patterns that present as specific ideas not connected to current ideation.
b)     They tend to be subtle, replicated and surprisingly persistent until attended to.
c)     When the information is important these intrusive thoughts will, if necessary, completely overwhelm normal perception.

 

ψ The Silent Impulse, A Study in Consciousness and Time, The Space Between

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