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Mr Right Wing

Trance

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The average human being slips in and out of trances all day long. In these altered states, awareness of the environment can be lost, time flow can be distorted and information can be blocked off from the consciousness mind.

I am wondering if the prevention of information transfer to your consciousness is the cause of psychic phenomena.

For instance if you had an object infront of you and you could enter into a very precise trance where its location and speed simply fail to register in your concious mind does Quantum behaviour for speed and location surface?

Does anybody have trance experiences where unusual stuff has happened?

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The average human being slips in and out of trances all day long. In these altered states, awareness of the environment can be lost, time flow can be distorted and information can be blocked off from the consciousness mind.

I am wondering if the prevention of information transfer to your consciousness is the cause of psychic phenomena.

For instance if you had an object infront of you and you could enter into a very precise trance where its location and speed simply fail to register in your concious mind does Quantum behaviour for speed and location surface?

Does anybody have trance experiences where unusual stuff has happened?

Hehe yeah ;)

As good as a hypothesis as any. It's just as possible the the point of concousness is a one dementiional place. Being one dimentional it fits into all dimentions, ones the 3d world is blocked out the other ds start to become more noticeable. In the unfolded dimentions everything exists together. Any awareness stretching even into one of these dimentions potentially could have access to all information, since that point of awareness would encompse everything.

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Where did you get the information about people moving between ordinary states of consciousness and non-ordinary states of consciousness all day long? I'm fascinated by the idea, and it would explain a lot.

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Where did you get the information about people moving between ordinary states of consciousness and non-ordinary states of consciousness all day long? I'm fascinated by the idea, and it would explain a lot.

You enter into focused states of mind all day long.

When you concentrate on something or something grabs your attention you lose awareness of other things going on around you.

I have no idea how you would lose awareness of an objects speed and location while still being aware of an object. But where I'm going is that without awareness things dont follow the normal laws of physics.

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I don't know if this is related, but a friend of mine said she watched a science program on TV where they said the average person only sees 10% of what's there and the mind fills in the rest.

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I don't know if this is related, but a friend of mine said she watched a science program on TV where they said the average person only sees 10% of what's there and the mind fills in the rest.

I seen this too but wasn't it more about selective attention because there is only so much we are able to pay attention to and much of it gets ignored simply because much of it is stuff we do not expect to change anyways.

It was kind of cool really.

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