Gneh Onebar

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  1. On 2.2.2020 at 1:13 PM, Space said:

    I'm just finishing the book now and it's really quite amazing. I haven't read or heard of anyone else going through some of the experiences he talks about (although i'm not doubting there are). You mentioned you felt like tripping whilst reading some passages, and I too had some subtle changes in consciousness whilst reading it. It's a very inspiring book.

    Jep, you are probably right. I also like his writing style and the person behind the words. ;) 

     

    On 4.2.2020 at 1:48 AM, Cocolove said:

    Just gotta brag that I met him at a workshop. I love the guy,

    x100 in person.

     

    Great pioneer.

    Yea, his other books are on a variety of topics. He is a bit aware of Ken Wilber and spiral dynamics, certainly of Stan Grof, and many others. He writes on a variety of things, but one book calleed Lifecycles is just on reincarnation.

    What workshop was that? Did you read Lifecycles? In LSD and the mind of the universe there is a chapter where he talks about reincarnation and I found the topic extremely fascinating. He says there noting less than that reincarnation has been scientifically proven and quotes a University professor.

    @Deezeetho  You're welcome! :) 


  2. 21 hours ago, Leo Gura said:

    No, you have it precisely backwards.

    Serious statistical studies have been conducted many times on paranormal phenomena by serious researchers, and the result is always the same: paranormal phenomena is proven beyond any reasonable doubt.

    But you have not read these studies because they are rejected by gatekeepers of academia because in their paradigm the paranormal is impossible so all research which proves it must be false.

    Science itself has proven the paranormal. This fact is simply denied and not advertized to you, so you don't know about it.

    The problem here is that you speak surely of things you have not actually researched nor contemplated nor experienced. You are just spreading dogma without knowing what you are doing. You feel so certain, but you are actually wrong and you are too lazy and incurious to check that you are wrong.

    So here we are.

    In his book LSD and the mind of the universe Bache speaks about how science has evidence for past lives and reincarnation: "After years of study, I have come to accept reincarnation as a natural fact of life. I accept it not on the bias of faith but on the Basis of strong empirical evidence. […] The discovery of Children from around the world who have active memories of their most recent lives, memories that have been documented and verified through careful Research, stands as one of the great Achievements of our time. With decades of meticulous Research, Ian Stevenson, the Carlson Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Virginia from 1967 to 2001, has proven beyond a reasonable doubt, I think, that reincarnation is simply true." (p 89)


  3. On 30.1.2020 at 11:00 PM, Adam M said:

    I'm dating a girl who is a legit psychic. She does professional tarot readings. After months of skepticism and many card readings, I have confirmed in my own direct experience, beyond a shred of a doubt, that psychics are in fact real.

    I've also had experiences with "fake psychics." These are the people who probably possess some form of psychic power but are too corrupted by ego. They can't help but scam you or tell you things that are meant to manipulate you into paying them thousands of dollars.

    A good way that I distinguish between real vs fake psychics.

    - find other reviews or ratings (like on yelp)

    - follow your heart

    - don't rely on a psychic to fix your life

    - take everything that is said with a grain of salt... if something resonates, then it was meant for you, if nothing resonates, then it was not.

     

    Cheers!

     

    How exactly did you confirm her skills? Thanks for the tips.


  4. On 30.1.2020 at 9:14 PM, Ambalams said:

    I have some pretty accurate psychic hits myself. I had an intense mystical experience/awakening this past April, and shit got real weird afterwards ? I imagined I was my husband and received some of his memories. Like snapshots, in a way. It helped him heal from his childhood trauma. It’s almost like I wanted to take it on myself. Feel what he felt. I heard someone’s thoughts before. My life is fuckin weird lol. And intense. Altho my consciousness hasn’t been as high as it was in April, it does elevate pretty high, and my intuition skyrockets with it. It’s not always fun either. Like my neighbors... when I’m up, I can feel their dysfunction. I feel sad for them and their kids, and the negativity makes me sink down. Then I bust my ass to elevate, get more psychic, pick up other ppls pain, back down again lol. It’s always cycling. 
     

    Just bc you don’t have the experience of psychic phenomena doesn’t mean it’s fake. Even before my awakening, I relied on my intuition, especially at my job in a nursing home. When I thought about someone, I’d go check and 9 times out of 10, they were needing something. “I was just about to push the call button.” 
     

    If you want to know if psychic abilities are real, cultivate your own. Acting on your own intuition is key. That way you don’t need an outside psychic. You have yourself. 

    Interesting... does the other persons have to be neraby so that you can 'connect' with them? How do you practice psychic ablilities?


  5. On 30.1.2020 at 6:48 PM, Treetalk said:

    Are there any 'objective' facts, that could help to find real psychics or is it more about the gut feeling?

    - go by word of mouth. Do your research. Don’t give anything away during the reading - the information that naturally comes to the psychic may be what you need to hear at the time. Don’t try to control the reading.  

    What were your experiences with psychics like?

    - very good. I believe they have healing powers. I have heard negative experiences from people too though. That’s why you need to be careful and pick wisely. 

    Why did you consult them anyway? Could they help you?

    - consult them if you are looking for guidance in your life - something more than you would get from a friend or therapist - if you are looking to heal on a spiritual level. A good psychic can sense your energy level and advise you on what you can do to change it, as well as giving you spookily accurate little facts about your life. Don’t become dependent on them though - you can harness your own intuition and should learn how to do so. 

    How did you find them? - word of mouth

    What sort of skills did they have? - the ability to tap into other energies/beings from other dimensions to download a stream of information about your level of consciousness, your past, present and  future. Your future is always changing though, depending on your energy level and how the energies of those around you is changing. A psychic reading is a snapshot of your life and future at a specific point in time. I wouldn’t give too much weight to predictions. Best of luck. 

    Thank you for the infos. This reminds me of the talk I had wit two psychics via skype. They tapped into my Energy system and at the end of the session I was quite exhausted but felt at peace and liberated.


  6. On 30.1.2020 at 5:19 PM, Beginner Mind said:

    I've had a few readings in my lifetime.  Some were good, others not so good.  I don't think I've ever dealt with an outright scam artist, but there have certainly been some who weren't good enough to justify charging for their services.  The bottom line is, there are definitely legit psychics in existence, and there are also bad/fake psychics in existence.

    If you're looking for a recommendation, the last few years I've been speaking to one from Australia named Pam Bradbury.  When I first spoke to her on the phone, the first thing she said to me was, "I'm tapping into your energy at the moment... You are sitting at the back of your house right now, on the top floor, correct?"  Which was correct.  How the hell did she know that? 

    Here's a video of Pam doing her thing:

     

    That sounds convincing. Thx for the tip. I have actually found two psychics in Germany. They do skype sessions together. They told me something about a past life that touched me quite hard instantely. :) 


  7. 1 hour ago, Farnaby said:

    Why the name calling? I thought your ego would be a little more controlled by now lol. I'd be happy to read those studies. As I said, I would really like to be surprised and see that paranormal phenomena are actually real. It would make life even more interesting. Can you point at least to one scientist/author who has written about this? 

    Here you go: http://www.deanradin.org/.

     

     

     


  8. Here is the key question: How do you distinguish between real and fake psychics?

    Here are some additional questions:

    • Are there any 'objective' facts, that could help to find real psychics or is it more about the gut feeling?
    • Does this difference make sense at all?
    • What were your experiences with psychics like?
    • Why did you consult them anyway? Could they help you?
    • How did you find them?
    • What sort of skills did they have?

    I talked with two psychics about my genetic disease a few days ago and will share my experience in the upcoming posts of my journal. ?


  9. 2 hours ago, Anna1 said:

    I suppose so, although I just knew I didn't want to think of it anymore. So, it's not that I set my mind on healing. I was just done thinking about it, regardless of what could happen. It's been about 15 years now.

    Also, I didn't want an outside source to get me thinking about it, so I didn't go to neurologist, unless having a problem and I refused MRI's for many years (I think it was 8 yrs), hence the surprise when I finally agreed to one and was told the lesions were noticably shrinking. My doctor said she doesn't see that happen often, if at all.

    I will say though that what I did was risky and not for everyone, since I stopped my disease modifying meds, but to me, having to inject intramuscular every other day was a reminder I didn't want.

    I get what you mean. Did spirituality played a role in this rather radical choice?


  10. 15 hours ago, Anna1 said:

    I was diagnosed in 1991 (21 years old), so at first I was scared to death and had a lot of issues with it, etc. Even went on disability for 10+ years.

    One day I decided to not think about it anymore and have a positive outlook about it. I even stopped my disease modifying injection. I was sick and tired of it all.

    So, that's what I did and I got better over time, with less and less disease relapse and now rarely anything. I even went to nursing school and have been working ever since.

    I can't explain it more than I have, but that's what's happened.

    Wow! So, in the end what changed your condition was the power of the mind. :) 


  11. @remember  Thx for you Infos! ;) By the way do you mean this study:  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/omcl/2017/7020295/? But this one isn't in french. I am on a plant based diet for 80-90% of the week for some months now. I got good hints from @Dimi. He recommended me different fruits and veggies that have a lot of antioxidants (I talked About my actual diet in my Journal).