With a belief in the paranormal, there comes along a belief that there is something more than what is observed with our limited senses. Paranormal studies, especially those that examine Extrasensory Perception (ESP), often rely on this idea that there is an underlying energy force that connects everything, and that our human consciousness acts like … Continue reading Connections
As I continue to explore concepts related to human energy and its presence in paranormal studies, I am finding many people talking about synchronicities. Synchronicities are events that happen around us, that move beyond coincidences, and imply that events in our world are actually influenced by energies outside our common reality. Roderick Main wrote in … Continue reading Synchronicity
In my last post I made the argument for paranormal research. My basic thought is that as people contemplate the finite nature of existence, they will naturally shift to wondering about the limits of such a life. Paranormal research provides an opportunity to explore these edges. Now as I stand on the precipice of my … Continue reading Heading down the rabbit hole . . .
Recently I have been thinking a lot about the nature of reality. More specifically, I have been wondering why many peoplehave this fascination with the paranormal. Explorations into the unknown, ghost hunting, UFO sightings, and other unexplained phenomenon are everywhere. In fact, last Friday night I turned on the television and there were 6 hours … Continue reading An Argument for the Paranormal
It's not about getting more stuff done. It's about getting more of the right things done. It's not about efficiently doing what is on the to-do list. It's realizing that the most important thing isn't even on the to-do list. That's the insight. --Greg McKeown on the Tim Ferriss podcast talking about his book Essentialism. … Continue reading McKeown’s Essentialism
I am a morning person. The best part of my day is between 4:30 and 7:30 am. I came to this conclusion yesterday
Today I will write one sentence. That is it. Just one sentence. To create a habit, let's say a habit of writing. You should develop a goal. Sometimes smaller goals make more sense than larger goals. If I want to write, I will write one sentence. If I want to exercise, I will start with … Continue reading Just one sentence