Working with current definitions of self-hypnosis, a series of postulates are
developed toward relating hypnosis to extra-sensory perception (ESP). This
includes a mathematical formula on how to cross-culturally induce ESP via forms
of self-hypnosis. A technique or method-of-induction is proposed which is
challenged in a national tournament of experts. The results overwhelm the
competition by two orders of magnitude.” June 23rd, 2007, 8am-5pm in the
Sedona Room. Cost: $185 (after April 30 & before May 31), $215
(after May 31 & before June 22), $260 (after June 22 & at the door).
Seating is very limited; get your tickets NOW! For more information, and
ticket reservations, call 928-284-0906. Refund policy: 50% up to May 31,
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More about Richard Alan Miller, PhD
Richard Alan Miller has been researching psychic phenomenon since the early 1970’s. Notable Cleints include Mankind Research Unlimited (MRU), under the direction of Dr. Carl Schlicher, the Washington D.C. based paranormal phenomena investigation team, and U.S. Navy Intelligence under the Seal Corporation, which in 1973, funded Richard Alan Miller for experiments in ESP monitoring and induction through hypnosis. Richard Alan Miller won the First Psychic Tournament, sponsored by Llewellyn Publications in Sept. 1975. This competition included 40 other notable and self-styled psychics, such as Noel Tyl, Jean Dixon, Sybil Leek, James Hurtak, Isaac Bonewitz.
Richard Alan Miller founded Northwest Botanicals in 1987 to broker herbs,
always investigating new plants of interest in enhancing human potential. From
the late 1980’s to the present, he has been writing about physics and the
Steps Toward Realizing Optimum Potential (from a talk by Richard Alan Miller. Ph.D.)
Extrasensory perception can be developed to assist the individual in achieving optimum potential. There are certain criteria which indicate the presence of psychic sensory information, and conditions that produce greater extra sensory awareness. Extrasensory perception in some traditional eastern systems is thought to be located at the throat chakra, and is known as the siddha. The study of extrasensory perception is a way of cataloguing events and knowledge beyond the realm of chance and probability. Psychic Sensory information is a scientific term for extra sensory perception.
Criteria for presence of extrasensory perception:
Evidence of psychic sensory information
Conditions that produce greater extra sensory perception:
Process of formation of Psychic Sensory Information:
A simple method for anyone wishing to experience psychic sensory information:
Ways to increase Psychic Sensory Awareness
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