How to develop Extrasensory Perception early on in life

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There are several ways and means to develop Extrasensory perception in life. When a child is born he or she is born with a certain amount of grey matter and a perception of their own. It is very difficult to change this after they are grown up. At the same time we don't use much of what our brain is capable of doing after we are grownups. It is definitely worthwhile to help a child develop his brain and grey matter when he is young and is still very eager to learn and as quick to absorb what is taught to him.

Parent need to know what the signs are to watch out for if your child is intuitive and extra careful and cautious. This can mean that he already has developed Extrasensory perception or is going to develop this. There are several ways and means to keep track of this and also to develop this perception early in life so that it can go a long way in benefitting the child later on in life.

Some researchers say that when you dream that is the moment to watch out for. Dreaming is the sign to developing Extrasensory perception early in life. Most of the dreams are just eye washer – they do not hold any particular significance. However when the child is dreaming he is actually removing all the negative things that he or she has visualized or witnessed that particular day. Dreaming is thus very essential for the brain to remain positive and working at a constant pace. Generally it so happens that we don't remember much about what we have dreamt at night. There may be some vague pictures that are all. However when the child is able to tell you crystal clear about his dream this maybe a tell tale sign that he has Extrasensory perception.

Dreams are the simplest and the easiest ways to develop early Extrasensory perception. Chances are that when a child develops the perception he or she may be able to avoid some dangerous or perilous situations in life and may also be able to realize that a lot of energy is released from such an activity of the brain. This Extrasensory perception that stands apart from the other five senses of touch, taste, sight, smell and sound is indeed a bit different from normalcy. This is also considered by many Para psychologists as being psychic and paranormal. This means that the child who is bestowed with this unique ability will be able to heal the society as well as him In the long run. He may take to this field professionally or may engage in some holistic health services. This child will be able to do with the help of the sixth sense as the extra sensory perception is more commonly known. Again there are many people who put this sense to some good use by applying energy healing techniques for the betterment of the people and the society at large.

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Jill Magso is a member of the Silva Team and contributes to spreading enlightened ideas and sharing teachings about meditation practices. The Silva Method encompasses a variety of powerful exercises that take you deep into Alpha and Theta levels of the mind so that you can work within your subconscious as well as your conscious mind.

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This article was published on 2011/09/09