Humans do not have eyes in the back of the head so HOW could you feel like someone is watching You?
1. You could be sensitive to Extrasensory Perception.
2. You could be Paranoid.
3. You could live in the woods where the code is watch everything and everyone at all times!
4. A blend of all the above.
Tonight we will take a brief trip into perception.
You will see who is watching me today in the photostudy.
(Hint: Red Duke and Gutter Liz)
Now a Pop Quiz! What is this a photo of to your mind:
Introducing Red Duke. He is always looking down on me when I feel someone watching!
Next, I felt someone looking at me from behind. I turned to look on the bridge behind me and nothing. As I glanced back around, I caught something in the corner of my eye on the roof. Sure enough, it was Gutter Liz checking me out from his lofty gutter. (Gutter Liz is the same bloodline as Prince Anole~, however, no one associates with this one because he lives in the gutter).
- Astral projection
- Clever Hans
- Consciousness causes collapse
- Extrasensory Perception (book)
- International Zetetic Challenge
- Out-of-body experiences
- Parapsychology basic items (list)
- Religious experience
- Remote viewing
- Silva Method
- Spirituality items (list)
- The Decline Effect
Process and terminology
- When a perceiver encounters an unfamiliar target we are opened different informational cues and want to learn more about the target.
- In the second step we try to collect more information about the target. Gradually, we encounter some familiar cues which helps us categorize the target.
- At this stage the cues become less open and selective. We try to search for more cues that confirm the categorization of the target. At this stage we also actively ignore and even distort cues that violate our initial perceptions. Our perception becomes more selective and we finally paint a consistent picture of the target.
- The Perceiver, the person who becomes aware about something and comes to a final understanding. There are 3 factors that can influence his or her perceptions: experience, motivational state and finally emotional state. In different motivational or emotional states, the perceiver will react to or perceive something in different ways. Also in different situations he or she might employ a "perceptual defence" where they tend to "see what they want to see".
- The Target. This is the person who is being perceived or judged. "Ambiguity or lack of information about a target leads to a greater need for interpretation and addition."
- The Situation also greatly influences perceptions because different situations may call for additional information about the target.
...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See You next time! One more flower from my garden with a Blessing on it for You, my photofriends! Love to All-