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A Electric Dreamscape Phenomenon
Electric Dreamscape Phenomenon
Volume 7, Issue 13
February 06, 2016
Our electric dreamscape is a continual changing kaleidoscope of fantasies, desires, and the inner depth of our souls; it is transformed just like we are in every year of our life. Our elements in our bodies are comprised of ranks of our ancestry and our reality that was lived and will be lived.
The conscious, subconscious, and unconscious mind have several layers that we do not know much about but from time to time go into a psychosis or psychic phenomenon that is intertwined with each of our elemental features and sometimes we are born with this gift.
Many cultures believe that everyone is born with a gift of psychic phenomenon; it actually establishes itself as understood by Carl Jung with our unconsciousness (p. 233, 234). There is always a pattern of order or some type of premonition or vision that we are all gifted with that meets in an interrelationship of the learned events in our lifetime. Both negative and positive effects of our fantasies, desires dreams, interior world of images, ideas, and changing symbolism are ever present.
Our own bodies have an inner mechanism that recognizes danger and has its very own premonition system that it interacts with our neurons and sends the signals of warning. This mechanism has a dual purpose that of a warning system and that of it to keep our mind healthy and sane. This is also a prelude to a personality archetype that Carl Jung referred to in his writings. It is what happened during colonization and during our culturalization that we inherited.
Psychic Phenomenon happens in every culture and is recognized as a symptom or element of human nature. It is also a functional element that we have in our inner subconscious and unconscious mind. It is also known as the “Theory of Dreaming” or “Psychotherapy.”
So what is Psychic Phenomenon? Wikipedia describes it as:
In parapsychology, psi is the unknown factor in extrasensory perception and psychokinesis experiences that is not explained by known physical or biological mechanisms. The term is derived from the Greek ψ psi,23rd letter of the Greek alphabet and the initial letter of the Greek ψυχή psyche, "mind, soul". The term was coined by biologist Berthold P. Wiesner, and first used by psychologist Robert Thouless in a 1942 article published in the British Journal of Psychology.
The Parapsychological Association divides psi into two main categories: psi-gamma for extrasensory perception and psi-kappa for psychokinesis. In popular culture, "psi" has become more and more synonymous with special psychic, mental, and "psionic" abilities and powers.
There are many types of psychic phenomena, which can make it quite confusing for people that are new to the subject. Below is a list of the different types of psychic phenomena and a brief explanation of each...
Astral projection: Astral projection refers to the ability to leave the physical body at will, in order to explore the planes found on the astral level. Astral projection is sometimes described as a controlled out of body experience.
Clairaudience: Clairaudience is the ability to receive psychic information through hearing. Many online psychics possess this ability.
Clairsentience: This is the ability to receive psychic information through sensing alone. Clairsentience differs to empathy in that any kind of information may be sensed, not just information that relates to the emotional state of a person.
Clairvoyance: Clairvoyance is the ability to receive psychic information by seeing it in the mind’s eye. Many psychics describe clairvoyance as similar to watching a film play in their mind.
Empathy: An empath is a person who feels other people’s emotions psychically. Empaths’ feel the emotions of other people acutely, and sometimes pick up health issues or the state of mind of the people around them.
Lucid dreaming: Lucid dreaming refers to the ability to control our dreams as we sleep. Many psychics practice lucid dreaming, to help them to gain more control over their mind and enhance their psychic abilities.
Precognition: Precognition is the ability to know the future. When you have an online psychic reading, your reader is more than likely to use precognition at some point during the reading.
Psychokinesis: Sometimes referred to as telekinesis, psychokinesis is the ability to move or alter objects using the power of the mind.
Psychometry: Psychometry refers to the ability to be able to pick up psychic information by holding an object. Some psychics use this technique to read for people; they may hold a ring or watch that belongs to the person that wants the reading, so that they can tune in to that person psychically.
Telepathy: This is the ability to communicate with others (people and animals) without speaking or even being in the same place as them. Telepathy works when psychically charged thoughts, feelings or information is sent to another using the power of the mind. (http://www.exploringpsychics.com/articles/psychics/types-psychic-phenomena)
A functional approach to analysis of the theory or psychotherapy is reflected in a three-fold emphasis.
- Feelings as a basic mediator of behavior;
- Practical programs for bringing about change; and
- The need for social support systems to maintain therapeutic changes and interpretative approach. Karle, W., Corriere, R., Hart, J., and Woldenberg, L., Journal of Clinical Psychology, The functional Analysis of Dreams; a new theory of dreaming.(p. 5-6)
Familial wholeness is what we are centered on in our core of conscious reality, subconscious, and unconscious reality. It shapes our lives and quite frankly our mental and cognitive capacity. Our inner self is made up of the greater personality when we are conscious, unconscious, and surfaces in our subconscious. Carl Jung describes and developed an archetype system to identify parts of our psyche. This is what I relate to when I say the dominate personality.
There is also a four dimensional personality schematic that business professionals use to identify for some, what is actually called an archetype. These four dimensions of personality are called:
- Extraversion vs. Introversion
- Sensing vs. Intuition
- Thinking vs. Feeling
- Judging vs. Perceiving
Describing some of the above dimensions
(I) Introversion is a preference to work alone the opposite is extroversion.
(N) Intuition looks at the big picture and sensing is limited to just the narrow meaning.
(T) Thinking emphasis on logic and objective thinking rather than subjective or feeling nature of emotions.
(J) Perceiving or planning in advance rather than Judging and not planning in advance.
Jung, Carl, Memories, Dreams, and Reflections, (2015 free eBook)
Karle, W., Corriere, R., Hart, J., and Woldenberg, L., Journal of Clinical Psychology, The functional Analysis of Dreams; a new theory of dreaming. (p. 5-6)
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