The Sixth Sense
ESP (extrasensory perception ) is most commonly called the "sixth sense." ESP ( exrtasensory perception ) is sensory information that an individual receives which comes beyond the ordinary five senses. ESP ( extrasensory perception ) is above and beyond our normal senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. ESP ( extrasensory perception ) provides individuals with information of the present, past, and future. ESP (extrasensory perception ) seems to originate in a second, or alternate reality.
ESP ( Extrasensory perception ) is perception occurring independently of sight, hearing, or other sensory processes. People who have extrasensory perception are said to be psychic. It is commonly called ESP, a term coined by J.B. Rhine, who began investigating the phenomenon at Duke University in 1927.
ESP ( extrasenosry perception ) refers to telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and in recent years, remote viewing and clairaudience. The existence of ESP ( extrasensory perception ) and other paranormal powers such as telekinesis, are disputed, though systematic experimental research on these subjects, known collectively as psi, has been ongoing for over a century in parapsychology.
Most ESP ( extrasensory perception ) claims do not get tested, but parapsychologists have attempted to verify the existence of ESP under controlled conditions. Some, like Charles Tart and Raymond Moody, claim success; others, such as Susan J. Blackmore, claim that years of trying to find experimental proof of ESP have failed to turn up any proof of indisputable, repeatable psychic powers.
Definition of ESP: Extrasensory Perception:
Extrasensory perception (ESP) is the psychic ability to perceive objects, places, thoughts, or events without the mediation of any of the known sensory channels. Together with Psychokenisis, extrasensory perception is investigated by parapsychologists.