Powerful Psychic Abilities: These Tonics Will Make It Happen! (Video)

Posted: November 21, 2013 in world view
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In a crazy, busy, and hectic world we live in it’s hard to tune into our natural psychic abilities. When I say natural psychic abilities I mean more intuition than anything else. I honestly am not someone who believes going to a psychic, tarot card reader, or having energy work done. I used to think anything psychic was ridiculous and was an absolute scam but I have realized after doing some research that enhancing your psychic abilities has more with tapping into your own sixth sense by different means such as good health, herbal remedies, and meditation practices. Tapping into your sixth sense or pyschic abilities also has another name for it.  It’s called extrasensory perception (ESP), a special sense beyond vision, hearing, smell, touch and taste. Unlike ordinary senses, ESP has virtually unlimited range, and it’s experienced mainly as thoughts rather than bodily sensations. Extra­sensory perception is a collective term for various hypothetical mental abilities. These abilities (along with other paranormal phenomena) are also referred to as psi. Their are many forms of ESP that an individual can have which is;

Telepathy: the ability to read another person’s thoughts

Clairvoyance: the ability to “see” events or objects happening somewhere else

Precognition: the ability to see the future

Let me first mention how the study of ESP got started. The study of psychic and six sense abilities has been around since the beginning of time but it didn’t get thoughouly studied and named ESP until 1934 when Joseph Banks Rhine performed many paranormal research at a laboratory in Duke University. J.B. Rhine has also founded: The Journal of Parapsychology, Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man, and the Parapsychological Association. He also wrote the books: Extrasensory Perception and Parapsychology:Frontier Science of the Mind (this book contains methods of testing your psi abilities and research done about it). I highly reccomend the book Iv’e already read a little about it and I’m already hooked!

Below is an interesting and very informative video about J.B. Rhines Research:

Telepathy’ is derived from the Greek terms tele (‘distant’) and pathe (‘occurrence’ or ‘feeling’). Clairvoyance, from the Greek words clair (clear) and voyance (vision). Precognition is from the Latinpræ-, “prior to,” + cognitio, “a getting to know”. Anyways, let’s get to the good stuff like stimulating your natural ESP abilities! In the 1970s Charles Honorton proposed the Noise Reduction Model which theorized that ESP was a weak “signal” masked by external and internal (mental and physiological) stimuli (noise).  One reason why ESP is frequently observed during altered states of consciousness (e.g., dreaming or hypnosis) is that the conscious mind is less active under these conditions, therefore, producing less mental “noise” that covers up the ESP signal. Following this line of reasoning and a series of experimental findings, Honorton adapted the Ganzfeld technique to the study of ESP.

The Ganzfeld is the experimental procedure most successfully used nowadays in ESP studies. It consists of a sensory attenuation technique originally used in the study of perception. In a standard ESP Ganzfeld experiment two participants take part, one acts as a telepathic “sender” while the other acts as a “receiver.” The sender is asked to “communicate silently” the characteristics and meaning of a visual stimulus (e. g. an art print or a video clip) to the receiver. In the meantime the receiver, resting comfortably on a reclining chair in a distant room, reports mental imagery and subjective impressions that he or she experiences. The receiver’s mentation is usually recorded for later analysis. Sensory attenuation is achieved by playing white random noise via headphones plus a red light is projected on two acetate covers on his or her eyes. This exercise lasts approximately 30 minutes. Then the receiver is asked to point out correspondences between his or her mental imagery and impressions during the period of sensory attenuation and four stimuli (a copy of the one the sender was trying to communicate — the “target” — plus three controls selected randomly from a pool of items). If the individual points out the target stimulus as the most similar to his or her experience, a “hit” is counted, otherwise the session remains a “miss”. The probability that the individual chooses the correct target by mere chance is 25%.

The main focus on preparing yourself for a session of ESP or PSI stimulation is the simple art of relaxation. It’s a very hard thing to do but relaxing your mind and body is a very important part of reaching the highest potential in stimulating your abilities. Since I am a lover of herbal medicine I have found some herbs that can help with the growth of your ESP abilities.

Herbs for ESP Stimulation

Anise: Raises vibrations to the highest possible psychic level. Good for
Bringing about changes in attitude (re-focusing).

Bay leaves were used by the Delphic priestesses. The incense and the leaf are said to produce a prophetic trance and you should burn bay leavesfor psychic powers and purification. It also known that putting bay leaves under your pillow will supposedly help with visions.

Burning Acacia or also known as gum arabic can stimulate psychic awareness.

Cinnamon – aids in Improving your psychic ability by increasing your vibrational frequency. An incense stick or essential oil may be lit or burned

Buchu leaves: used for psychic development

Celery – boosts your psychic ability by helping you concentrate and focus more

Eyebright: used for clairvoyance

Honeysuckle: used for clairvoyance

Lemon Grass: used to aid psychic powers.

Lilac: good for inducing “far memory” and clairvoyance.

Lotus: a common additive to psychic incenses. Said to reach the highest realms Of mystical insight.

Mint: excellent for psychic matters and studying

Mimosa: a commanding herb which also inspires courtesy in others. Use to Anoint purple candles. Used tobring prophetic dreams and in healing.

Mugwort: clairvoyance and dreams.

Poppy Seeds: for dreams, visions clairvoyance

Rosemary used in pillows for dreams and visions.

Sandalwood: used to heighten spiritual vibrations, to cleanse, heal and Protect. Often used to stimulate clairvoyance.

Solomons leaf Brings hunches, intuition and dreams.

Wormwood- Is great for inducing visions and increasing your spiritual abilities.

Ambergris – Heightens psychic abilities, may induce prophetic dreams.

Frankincense – Used to increase psychic abilities.

Heliotrope – Improves psychic power.

Jasmine – May induce prophetic dreams.

Lemon – Increases psychic awareness, improves concentration.

Magnolia – Increases psychic awareness.

Peppermint – Increases spiritual energy and heightens psychic awareness.

Rose – Enhances psychic powers

Sage – Used to strengthen spiritual energy.

Vanilla – Increases psychic powers.

Psychic Dream Powder
An effective way to induce psychic dreams.

1. Grind into a fine powder equal parts of: Basil, Vetiver Root, Mugwort,
Orris Root
2. Blend the herbs together with your fingers
3. Sprinkle the powder around your bed before you go to sleep

PS: DON’T LET YOUR PRECIOUS PETS GET A HOLD OF THIS POWDER. THEY COULD BECOME VERY SICK!

Oil for Dreaming
Combine olive oil, anise, cinnamon and nutmeg oils.
Heat till warm and apply to the forehead and temples.

A quote that all individuals should live by:

I don’t trust books. They’re all fact, no heart. And that’s exactly what’s pulling our country apart today. Because face it, folks, we are a divided nation. Not between Democrats or Republicans, or conservatives and liberals, or tops and bottoms. No, we are divided by those who think with their head, and those who know with their heart…”
~ Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report

Well I hope this helps you nuggets!

Stay groovy!

Sincerely,

Radical Rose

http://radicalrose.wordpress.com

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