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4 Things You Need to Know About Extrasensory Perception

Published
18 Aug
2020

Did you know that three in four Americans believe in the paranormal?

If you're one of the three-quarters of the population that believes in paranormal occurrences, you may be interested in learning about extrasensory perception. As more and more people are beginning to have premonition dreams, an increased number of people are interested in learning about precognition.

Are you interested in learning more about extrasensory perception? We've created this quick guide with a few facts about extrasensory perception. Keep reading to learn more!

 

 1. There Are Several Types of Extrasensory Perception

The term 'extrasensory perception' doesn't just refer to one type of mental ability. There are actually several types of extrasensory perception.

The most common types of extrasensory perception include:

  • Clairvoyance
  • Telepathy
  • Psychometry
  • Mediumship
  • Retrocognition
  • Precognition

While commonly confused as a type of extrasensory perception, telekinesis is not technically related to ESP. This is because telekinesis alters the physical world based on mental capability. Extrasensory perception is referred to as a sixth sense but doesn't alter the physical world.

 

 2. You Can Develop Extrasensory Perception

You don't have to be born with the capability to develop extrasensory perception. Just in the same way that you learned how to read, write, and add, you can develop your exercise sensory perception.

Developing your extrasensory perception capabilities requires you to transform the capabilities of your brain. You'll have to identify how you can harness the energy that surrounds your body so that you can unlock your extrasensory perception skills. 

 

3. You May Have Already Experienced Extrasensory Perception

Have you ever found a sense of deja vu? Deja Vu is the phenomenon where a person has felt like they have experienced an event in the past before.

 The sensation of deja vu is more commonly associated with retrocognition. Precognition is the ability to see into the future. Retrocognition is the ability to see into the past.

Individuals with retrocognition can recognize and identify events, places, and people who lived in the past but had no prior interaction with them.

4. Telepathy Is the Most Commonly Known Type of Extrasensory Perception

Telepathy is the most commonly known type of extrasensory perception. This type of ESP is when a person can know the thoughts of another person. 

Have you ever been in a situation where you're able to tell what someone it thinking without them sharing what they're thinking? Or have you ever been able to repeat what a person is saying, at the same exact time as the person is saying it?

If these types of occurrences have happened in your life, it may be a sign that you have telepathic capabilities. While there are six types of Extrasensory Perception capabilities, telepathy is the most commonly discussed ESP skill.

Learning More About Extrasensory Perception 

By having a solid understanding of what extrasensory perception is, you can unlock the positive influence that ESP can have on your life. The more you learn about yourself, the more you'll understand how you can hone your abilities! 

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