An open drawing project. Chaos & Evolutions Open Movie Workshop: 03 Alchemy. OBE (also Out of Body Experience) Main Index. Near death experience. Characteristics Researchers have identified the common elements that define near-death experiences. Bruce Greyson argues that the general features of the experience include impressions of being outside one's physical body, visions of deceased relatives and religious figures, and transcendence of egotic and spatiotemporal boundaries. Many different elements have been reported, though the exact elements tend to correspond with the cultural, philosophical, or religious beliefs of the person experiencing it: The traits of a classic NDE are as follows: The notice of unpleasant sound or noise (claimed by R.
Moody).A sense/awareness of being dead.A sense of peace, well-being and painlessness. Positive emotions. PeaceBody separationEntering darknessSeeing the lightEntering the light He stated that 60% experienced stage 1 (feelings of peace and contentment), but only 10% experienced stage 5 ("entering the light"). Cultural variances NDE variants Greatest discovery. Guided by higher intelligence Jose Silva is more than a great American success story... his life is a Universal Success Story.
Born into a poor family on the Texas-Mexican border, orphaned at the age of 4, he nevertheless always seemed to lead a charmed life, as if some higher power were guiding him. In fact, he always believed that he was guided by "higher intelligence" to achieve the success he achieved. With no formal education, no mentors to guide him, no power, no money, no influence, he followed the guidance from higher intelligence to become a successful businessman. In 1944 he began to conduct research into the mind and human potential. In 1966 he established the World Number 1 Mind Training System, which eventually spread throughout the United States and to more than 100 foreign countries. In 1997 he turned his attention to the subject that had always interested him the most: How to obtain guidance from higher intelligence, so that we can fulfill our mission in life.
Astral projection. Traits_new_children. Do you see it now - Everything Random - StumbleUpon. Mr. Self Development.com. Psychophysiology of Lucid Dreaming. By Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D.
Lucid Dreaming Physiologically Verified Although we are not usually explicitly aware of the fact that we are dreaming while we are dreaming, at times a remarkable exception occurs, and we become conscious enough to realize that we are dreaming. "Lucid" dreamers (the term derives from van Eeden, 1913) report being able to freely remember the circumstances of waking life, to think clearly, and to act deliberately upon reflection, all while experiencing a dream world that seems vividly real (Green, 1968; LaBerge, 1985; Gackenbach & LaBerge, 1988).
This is all in contrast to the usual past characterization of dreams as typically lacking any reflective awareness or true volition (Rechtschaffen, 1978). Lucid dreaming is normally a rare experience. Though most people report having had a lucid dream at least once in their lives, only about 20% of the population reports having lucid dreams once a month or more (Snyder & Gackenbach, 1988). Figure 1. Figure 2. Characteristics of a Self-Actualizing Person. April 11, 2014 By Dr.
Richard Boyum Listed below are a series of 16 characteristics of a self-actualizing individual as described by Abraham Maslow. Self-actualizing here is defined as a person who is in the process of fulfilling their potential. After slowly and thoroughly reading each characteristic, rate yourself on the scale listed below that characteristic from 1 to 10. The self-actualized person has more efficient perception of reality and more comfortable relations with it.
Acceptance of self, others, and nature.