Can Science Prove Psychic Abilities?
Do you believe in psychic abilities or are you a skeptic?
Until recently, there has been a chasm between science and spiritual beliefs. It seemed as if there was no way to measure or prove things like a unified field of consciousness or mental interconectedness.
Dr. Roger Nelson, a Princeton University scientist, has been working for 14 years on the Global Consciousness Project. The project involves researchers from from across the globe, involving several institutions and countries, all exploring if interconnected consciousness can be scientifically proven.
For the last 12 years, the Global Consciousness Project (GCP) has focused its efforts on collecting data from GCP instruments. These small electric devices are random number generators. Essentially, it is a little computer that throws out the number 1 or 0 randomly. Over time, like the flipping of a coin, the odds of seeing a 1 or a 0 will be 50/50. The project has about 70 of these devices working 24/7 all over the world, continuously collecting the random numbers.
What they found, however, it that at specific times, the random generators no longer acted randomly. In fact, it was remarkably the opposite. Imagine tossing a coin 100, 1000, 10000 times and hitting all heads…
That’s what scientist saw on the day of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Similar spikes have been mathematically calculated in numerous global events, such as Princess Diana’s funeral, Haiti’s earthquake, and the Japanese tsunami.
The scientist believe that our collective consciousness (or another way of looking at it: all of our minds focused on the SAME thing) has the power to effect events outside of ourselves. Essentially, our unified minds can make a coin flip heads 90% of the time instead of 50%.
This in and of itself is amazing proof that we are all interconnected and that our thoughts are powerful.
The most amazing thing about the 9/11 attacks, is that they started registering on the ECP network 4 to 5 hours BEFORE the attacks began.
Suggesting that collectively we had a premonition of what was about to occur. The devices were not merely registering our emotions after.
This opens up endless possibilities: not only can we change things with our attention and thoughts, but that we can tap into a web of information from the past and future when making decisions.
It is there for all of us. Not just gifted intuitives.
So the next time you have a hunch, a bad feeling, or a sense that something may happen, listen! The more you listen and trust yourself, the better intuitive you will become. It is like a muscle being exercised.
Sonia Choquette recommends flexing your intuitive muscle through fun games, like guessing who is calling when the phone rings. Acknowledge when you are right and pat yourself on the back so you will be more inclined to trust yourself
Do you believe in a collective consciousness? What about intuition?
I have always been a believer, but I bet there are still some skeptics out there!