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Do You Believe In ESP (extra sensory perception) If So Why, If Not Why Not?

  1. vveasey profile image84
    vveaseyposted 4 years ago

    Do You Believe In ESP (extra sensory perception) If So Why, If Not Why Not?

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  2. Cynthianne profile image60
    Cynthianneposted 4 years ago

    Being psychic, I fully believe I have ESP. I see and hear things that others do not. I have been tested at a couple of universities and they acknowledged that I have strong ESP abilities. This was fun for me since it gave me that sense of knowing that I do indeed have those abilities. Of course, a person does not need to be tested to know this, it was just a fun thing for me. smile

  3. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 4 years ago

    I believe everyone of us gets occasional glimpses of "insight" under certain conditions or circumstances. We all have said, "Something told me.....etc"
    We have also experienced driving along a road and we've looked in the rear view mirror to see a car approaching at a high rate of speed in the lane next to us. Based upon the fact there is a truck up ahead in that lane we suspect the driver of the car plans to race up the truck and cut over into our lane.
    Now if you were testifying in a court of law an attorney would tear you apart on the witness stand by asking you such questions as "Could you read that driver's mind?"  "Since there was no light signal change indicated....Can you with 100%  accuracy state this driver intended to cut you off? Is it possible the driver was planning to slow down once he caught up to the truck?
    When it is all said and done our (feeling) combined with our experience often tells us "something is not right". However we have been so conditioned not to trust our instincts but rather allow things to unfold. I believe those who learn not to question their "inner guide" tend to be what we call "psychic" or having ESP.

  4. Sri T profile image78
    Sri Tposted 4 years ago

    There is no need to believe in something that is a fact. You don't have to believe in breathing. It is ones nature to breathe. The same is true with the powers of the mind. They are innate. Whether we listen to the guidance or not is another matter. There is no question that the powers are there. It only requires being a little more attentive to thoughts, predictions, feelings and synchonicity or one can use a good oracle for divination.

 
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