introduction Extrasensory perception—ESP—is defined by parapsychologists as the acquisition by a human or animal mind of information it could not have received by normal, sensory means.
Kinds of esp Clairvoyance- awareness, with out physical aids or normal sensory means of what is going on elsewhere in recent years. Precognition(premonition)- obtaining of information about the future that could not have been gained through normal means. Out of body experience-apparent projection of the mind from the body, often with the seeming ability to travel great distances in a matter of seconds. Psychokinesis- movement of objects, seemingly caused by some force unknown to physical science.
Telepathy- transference of thought from one mind to another.
PARAPSYCHOLOGY disciplines that seeks to explore parapsychological phenomena, the existence and causes of psychic abilities and life after death using scientific method.
psychic serves as an intermediary between the living and dead. Also known as spiritualist Born to be able to see, hear or sense the vibrations and energy of those from other realms of existence.
conclusion According to parapsychological laboratory work with such phenomena, nearly everyone has some degree of ESP. perhaps many people utilize ESP to a considerable degree as children, but as they mature, tend to inhibit these subconscious faculties or allow them to atrophy.