For as long as anyone could remember there will always be psychic aspects of life. Some people might imagine this category or phenomena as being the matrix. Now I won’t break down this information with the usage of use zeros and ones but if you decide to do your own research, consider starting with the definitions of “infinite and definite.” You will be happy to know that these two words help us remember why we have street lights to tell us when to STOP, GO and Slow Down. Furthermore, whenever you hear, see, or say the word “psychic,” imagine it as a thinking process.
Have you ever noticed that when you ask yourself “How” you never really get a definite answers only infinite possibilities? Well, this is why I’m writing this article in the first place. That way if you never noticed it before you will know when it happens. Here you will find the list of 10 different thinking processes that causes anyone to experience reverie. Reverie is considered to be the act of day dreaming on a level where you are so absorbed by your deep thoughts that you lose track of time.Credit: http://www.woodka.com/wp-content/stuff/ambition.jpg
Day Dreaming is fun but as we all know from our own experiences too much of anything can become a bad habit. The best precaution is simply being conscious of where your unconscious behavior originates from. Sounds like a real tongue twister right? Psychologist and Philosophers have been studying these characteristics for Ages. Hopefully by helping you remember these Psychic Aspects of Life it will help you break bad habits in the future.
For more information on this topic Google: “Brown Study.”
- Self-Deception: The act of convincing oneself that a lie has the potential to be TRUE even when it’s already a well-known false.
- Motivation: The act of using affirmations or words of encouragement to reassure ones ambitions.
- Imagination: the action or process of forming and image.
- Illusions: an act of something that deceives by producing a false or misleading impression of reality.
- Procrastination – the act or habit of delaying something especially required immediately.
- Personification: the act of imagining a person, creature or figure to represent another thing or abstraction.
- Perfectionist: a person who demands perfection of himself, herself or others.
- Proclamation: to announce or declare in an open and public fashion
- Altruistic – unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others
- Egotistic – being preoccupied with oneself and the gratification of one’s own desires.