Psychic Psychology

This useful guide from two of America's preeminent psychics is unique in its focus on individual psychology and interpersonal relationships.

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Author: John Friedlander

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN: 9781556439971

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 348

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This useful guide from two of America's preeminent psychics is unique in its focus on individual psychology and interpersonal relationships. It begins with simple meditations during which practitioners learn how to recognize their own psychic energy—and also determine if that energy is constrained. Psychic Psychology shows how to free energy through such tools as grounding, clearing psychic enmeshment, and finding the space from which to respond most openly, resourcefully, and generously to life. An entire chapter is devoted to exploring the specific energies men and women have based on their biological differences and helping them to deal with their own energy and that of the other sex. Friedlander and Hemsher present the everyday usefulness of clairvoyant skills within a big picture where they explain that we create our reality, but do not control it; and that the personality—like the soul—is eternal and always growing. The final section describes how psychic skills can be applied in real-world contexts, which are often ambiguous and contradictory. The book explores common issues such as dealing with selfdoubt without jumping to unwarranted, blind confidence and how to communicate effectively, with clear boundaries.

The Psychology of the Psychic

At a time when there is a growing fascination with the paranormal and the occult (witness the popularity of "The X-Files" and movies such as "The Sixth Sense"), this penetrating analysis of so-called psychic abilities offers a long overdue ...

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Author: David F. Marks

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015047514230

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 336

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At a time when there is a growing fascination with the paranormal and the occult (witness the popularity of "The X-Files" and movies such as "The Sixth Sense"), this penetrating analysis of so-called psychic abilities offers a long overdue and thorough refutation of the whole psi craze. Illustrations.

Journal of Indian Psychology

This realization is different from the realization one has of the experience of the
unevolving soul above the manifestation ( of which the psychic being is a
projection ) , which brings silence , freedom , wideness , purity , mastery , a sense
of ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015081501440

Category: Psychology

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Readings in Existential Psychology Psychiatry

Our psychology is a science of the life - world , and not a transcendental science ,
for it presupposes the existence of the human psychic world in which we live , a
world of personal meanings , and seeks to explore that lived reality in a natural ...

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Author: Keith Hoeller

Publisher: Humanities Press International

ISBN: UCLA:L0061137733

Category: Existential psychology

Page: 360

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The Psychic Factor

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Author: Charles Van Norden

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89094620085

Category: Psychology

Page: 223

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Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry

Our psychology is a science of the life-world, and not a transcendental science,
for it presupposes the existence of the human psychic world in which we live, a
world of personal meanings, and seeks to explore that lived reality in a natural ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X006051814

Category: Existential psychiatry

Page:

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Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry

Our psychology is a science of the life - world , and not a transcendental science ,
for it presupposes the existence of the human psychic world in which we live , a
world of personal meanings , and seeks to explore that lived reality in a natural ...

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ISBN: NWU:35558002880736

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Psychology

The surveys cited earlier clearly indicate that many people believe in psychic
phenomena. Why? The answer is simple: Many people have psychic
experiences, or at least experiences that they interpret as psychic. Psychologists
suggest that ...

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Author: Stephen F. Davis

Publisher:

ISBN: 002327851X

Category: Psychology

Page: 700

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This book offers a broad exploration of classic and contemporary research on current and emerging topics in the field of psychology. Investigates the "how's" and "why's" of research methods presented, and offers frequent examination of the validity of conclusions drawn. Presents information in a lively conversational style. Investigates behavioral issues surrounding things like gender and sexual orientation, economic status, cultural diversity, motivation and emotion, and workplace issues relate to the study of psychology. Compares findings of psychological research with widely held popular beliefs. For readers interested in learning psychological concepts, examining the research methods and outcomes, and understanding the impact of these issues on everyday life.

The Penguin Dictionary of Psychology

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Author: Arthur S. Reber

Publisher: Penguin Group USA

ISBN: 0140514511

Category: Psychology

Page: 831

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This authoritative and wide-ranging reference work has been thoroughly revised to include the latest definitions used in psychology, psychiatry, and related fields. It now features 17,000 entries along with sections that explore the latest developments in neuroscience and social psychology. A first rate reference book, The Penguin Dictionary of Psychology will continue to prove invaluable to students, professionals, and the interested general reader "By far the best reference work of its kind." (Paul Edwards, emeritus professor of philosophy, City University of New York)

Psychology and Religion

Some phenomena now classed with parapsychology probably will find
acceptance within psychology . ... Heightened psychic powers associated with
hypnosis , relaxation , and meditation may result from sensitization to physical
and / or ...

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Author: David G. Benner

Publisher: Baker Publishing Group

ISBN: UOM:39015015352035

Category: Psychology

Page: 343

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This books purpose is to assist those in understanding the relationship between the practice of psychology and the Christian faith.

The American Journal of Psychology

When experimenting upon those neural processes and states which suggest the '
phenomena ' which they distantly call ' psychic ' or ' mental ( usually prefixed by a
' so - called ' ) , the physiologist and the functional neurologist are wont to ...

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Author: Granville Stanley Hall

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015060441725

Category: Psychology

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The Psychology of Jung

This psychic energy he calls Libido . It is nothing else than the intensity of the
psychic process , its psychological value , which is determinable only through its
psychological manifestations and effects . The concept of the libido is used here
no ...

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Author: Jolande Jacobi

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106000088754

Category: Jungian psychology

Page: 166

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Medical Psychology

Anton ( 33 ) has demonstrated that there are patients who show psychic
blindness for their own ( central ) blindness , or psychic deafness for their own
deafness . They do not perceive their own defects , and the root of the
psychological ...

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Author: Paul Schilder

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4385895

Category: Psychology

Page: 428

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Pakistan Journal of Psychology

Pakistan Journal of Psychology , July , 1966 , 71-75 . THE HYPOTHETICAL
CONSTRUCT OF PSYCHIC ENERGY IN PSYCHOANANLYSIS Department of
Psychology , University of Karachi , Pakistan . A. INTRODUCTION
HASEENUDDIN ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015055322567

Category: Psychology

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The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology

Health , well - being , meaning in life , absorption , temporal lobe symptoms , and
psychic and spiritual experiences . Proceedings of Presented Papers : The 36th
Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association , 190 – 203 .

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ISBN: UCLA:L0090611609

Category: Psychology

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Introduction to Psychology

In recent years , psychologists have adopted the term psi ( for psychic )
phenomena . These phenomena include about four different claimed abilities :
foretelling the future ( precognition ) , transferring thoughts from one person to
another or ...

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Author: Rod Plotnik

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000012110506

Category: Psychology

Page: 680

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Invitation to Psychology

The Journal of Parapsychology and Psychic contain much of the current research
and thinking in this area . REASONS FOR CAUTION Despite all the claims and
evidence in favor of psychic phenomena , psychologists remain skeptical . Why ?

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Author: John P. Houston

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015002859448

Category: Psychology

Page: 679

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Progress in Psychology of Personality

XXIInd International Congress of Psychology, Leipzig GDR, July 6-12, 1980 :
Selected Revised Papers Adolf Kossakowski, Kazimierz Obuchowski. determine
the organism behavior , or as “ final products ” of the psychic reflection activity ...

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Author: Adolf Kossakowski

Publisher: North-Holland

ISBN: UOM:39015039758787

Category: Identité (Psychologie)

Page: 166

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Religion and the Psychology of Jung

1 psychic reality as a secondary product or an epiphenomenon , when we have
good reasons for regarding it , hypothetically at least , as a factor sui generis ... "
The essence of psychic reality , then , escapes us for the moment ; but we can still
 ...

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Author: Raymond Hostie

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105010294424

Category: Psychoanalysis and religion

Page: 249

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Jung's psychology has shown an increasing respect for the nature and function of religion; rather especially for the dogmatic teachings and religious experience of the Catholoic Church. So that a sympathetic but dispassionate evaluation of Jungian psychology by the theologian will be of enormous interest to Catholics - indeed, psychological and spiritual health being intertwined in the way they are, to all Christians and to non-Christians too. Such an evaluation Professor Hostie offeres. He has made a really exhaustive study of the work of Jung, enriched by personal contact with its author; the result is a clear-headed and penetrating analysis. There is a systematic exposition of the empirical method of analytical psychology and its salient features - the archetypes, the process of individuation and so on; then treatment of such themes as the psychology of religion, psychotherapy and spiritual direction, psychological symbolism and dogma, and a concluding synthesis. -- from http://www.amazon.com (Dec. 8, 2015).