Sunday, November 28, 2010

Psychology & Paranormal Phenomena

Article by IAC New York Volunteer Jack Grabon

Conventional psychology has typically shunned perceptions and experiences that do not neatly fit into its paradigm. Phenomena such as clairaudience, seeing 'ghosts', feeling or sensing presences are typically labeled as auditory, visual, and tactile hallucinations, respectively. Intuitions may be regarded as delusions while out-of-body experiences may be considered a type of dissociation. With such off-putting labels and the stigma that often comes with them, many who have had these kinds of experiences have kept them private in order to avoid ridicule, ostracization, or even persecution and hospitalization. But although such paranormal, parapsychological, spiritual or exceptional human experiences (EHE’s) may be suggestive of pathology according to the current scientific paradigm, psychology does not necessarily consider them to be disorders per se, especially when such experiences can be life enhancing.
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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Bioenergy


For conscientiology there are basically two elements: consciousness and energy. Conscientiology understand consciousness as the active principle that gives rise to thoughts and feelings, transforming them into actions. All consciousness has a field of bioenergy that surrounds it, this field is the holochakra.

We make permanent exchanges of energy through it. Energy enters and leaves in an interactive process. We normally donate and absorb energy in a daily basis, which compensates or decompensate us.

The source of all energy is Immanent Energy.

What is Immanent Energy?

It is the primary energy, vibrating, invisible, completely impersonal; present in all objects or physical realities, interpenetrating the whole universe, too subtle to be detected by technology. Every consciousness absorbs, externalizes, captures, modifies, and therefore projects this Immanent Energy.

We can find different types and states of energy in nature, for example:

  • Geothermal energy: energy from the earth, also known as telluric.
  • Hydropower: Energy from water.
  • Phytoenergy: Energy from plants.
  • Aeroenergy: Energy from the air.

When we get closer to nature, we have a great chance to experiment with different types of energy. We can capture the energy of a plant, of a tree, of the water, of a simple rock or a pebble through the development of personal energy sensitivity.

The consciousness transforms this Immanent Energy into Consciential Energy through the imprinting of its own thoughts, emotions and energy (thosene).

What is Consciential Energy?

Consciential Energy represents the whole of our more frequent thoughts and emotions.

It is our business card, responsible for some human qualities such as physical attractiveness, charisma, charm, personal magnetism, etc., And also responsible for our preferences in relationships by the degree of affinity to these E.C.

This article was originally published in IACelera tu evolucion. Copyrights IAC Madrid office 2005.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Holosoma

What is the Holosoma?

It is the combination of vehicles of manifestation of consciousness. Remember the example of Russian dolls in a previous post?

The different bodies are energy, from the densest to the more subtle and the conscientiousness use them as a tool to evolve. However, the conscientiousness is not energy.


Soma:


Soma or physical body is the densest and most visible from the intraphysical state. It is the home for the five senses, our window to the intraphysical dimension. It claims such a dedication in our daily lives that we tend to identify with it; up to the point that we end up thinking that we are this body. But it is only a tool that we discard after death.


Energosoma (or Holochakra):


Is the energetic body, responsible for energy exchanges with the environment and with other consciousness. Is the link between soma and psychosoma; it keeps them both embedded during wakefulness and provokes their separation during relaxation and projection states.

The holochakra permeates the physical body inside and out and joins it through thousands of vortices or chakras. When the soma and psychosoma are separated into a projection, the holochakra stretches forming the "silver cord." Physical death is the breaking of this connection.


Psychosoma:


The psychosoma is also called astral body. It is the body responsible for emotions. It is the vehicle through which the consciousness expresses itself after physical death and for most of OBE’s.

It normally looks the same as the physical body, even though among its attributes are the transfiguration (1), or the ability to change shape and appearance, permeability (2) or the ability of trespassing physical objects, invisibility (2), the ability to fly (1) and to visit impossible places to the soma.

(1) Examples of transfiguration and flight can be seen in the film "Beyond Dreams"

(2) Examples of permeability and invisibility can be seen in "Ghost"



Mentalsoma:


Mental body. Is the body of insight and rationality. It is responsible for the noblest emotions. It is based in the parabrain (psychosoma brain).

It does not have a definite shape. Its connection with the psychosoma is through the "golden chain." The phenomenon of Cosmoconsciousness, also known as nirvana, satori, samadhi is a kind of projection of mentalsoma.

The mentalsoma is the seat of consciousness.

This article was originally published in IACelera tu evolucion. Copyrights IAC Madrid office 2004.