Though disbelievers still like to claim that there is no evidence for telepathy, there is a mountain of evidence for it. The desire to reject it seems to arise from the view of some people that it's an unwelcome remnant from our superstitious prehistoric past. We need, they say, to escape that past, not re-connect … Continue reading Paranormal World |Dreams and Telepathy
In my book The Shyness Guide, and in previous posts here, I've said that I think you should think twice before trying to 'interpret' your dreams. I have long believed that most interpretations are either wrong or simply inadequate, only catching a minor part of what a dream is about. In this, I thought I … Continue reading Dreams |Should you interpret them?
In my book The Shyness Guide, I've written about C.G. Jung's different conception of 'introvert/extrovert' - different, that is, from the view of most people today. In his 1921 book Psychological Types, he proposed that there are four principal functions: Two perceiving functions: Sensation and Intuition Two judging functions: Thinking and Feeling We … Continue reading Are you an introvert and an extrovert?
Because my recent post 'Dreams Entering Reality' received more interest than usual, I'm presenting another example of this, again from my own experience. Some years ago we took into our house a female tuxedo (black and white) cat who had been a stray in the neighborhood . From the time we rented a house … Continue reading Paranormal World |Dreams entering Reality – 2
Few people talk about this - the strange interaction that sometimes occurs between a dream and the real world. To show you what I mean, I'll give you a simple example of my own. A few years ago I had a series of dreams, night after night for about a week, in which I dreamt … Continue reading Paranormal World|Dreams entering Reality
Well, I say we're falling into an abyss because decades ago most of us went over the cliff edge of understanding when we accepted introvert/extrovert as fundamental to human personality. The way introvert/extrovert is understood today is very different from what psychologist C.G.Jung intended when he introduced those terms into psychology a century ago. He … Continue reading Introverts and Extroverts into the abyss
Since many shy people are attracted to the ideas of psychologist C.G.Jung, I think I should explain something about my different view of him. Though I've been reading Jung's books all my life, and though I'm still learning from him today, I find many of his self-professed 'Jungian' followers offensive. Some years ago, to get … Continue reading Down with the Jungians
Sigmund Freud once said that if he could live his life again, he would devote it to research into paranormal phenomena. His one time professional associate, later professional enemy, Carl Jung, said near the end of his life that he thought the biggest scientific event of the 21st century would be the beginning of serious … Continue reading Paranormal World