Psychic Science is a general classification of mental health practices that have been practiced from times immemorial. It is based on the assumption that psychic abilities can be tested and proved. A compilation and evaluation of data pertaining to psychic phenomena with an intention of proving their ability to communicate well with humans and to substantiate their ability to psychicize the external world. The results are used to prove or disprove psychic phenomena and their validity. They serve as references by people who study psychic phenomena and by those who seek psychic guidance.
As defined, psychic science includes divination, psychometry, dream interpretation, etc., along with other well-known mental phenomenon. This science has its foundations in religion as well. Many religions – Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism – hold the opinion that there is a connection between the spiritual world and the earthly one su song ngoai hanh tinh. Spirituality, for them, is not just about belief and faith but also involves practices such as meditation, prayer, readings and the use of amulets, talismans, spells and amulets. Many of these practices are known to have started in India hundreds of years back. Today, many people consider themselves to be spiritually inclined.
Some other prominent spiritualism include Spiritualism, Neopaganism and Pantheism. Spiritualism is based on the religious texts and beliefs of most religions. It claims to have evidence of past lives and knowledge about an infinite intelligence or divinity that is present in and around us. Spiritualists believe in the existence of a God or deities who guide and care for humanity through the use of spiritual guides or mediumship. Mediumship is a form of communication between the spirit world and the physical world and is widely observed in families as well as in professional circles.
The term “psychic science” was first used by the Dutch linguist and mathematician Hans Christian Andersen in his popular story “The Great Turtle.” According to Andersen, the story goes that a turtle named Tortleboe can talk to a giant who is the king of all creatures. Tortleboe refers to a kind of supreme intelligence and therefore cannot be limited to finite matter. Through mediumship, the king can understand the thoughts and feelings of this intelligent being and then learn more about himself.
Psychic mediums are believed to work via psychic intuition and clairvoyance, both of which are observed facts. Clairsentience refers to the ability to sense information from the beyond, while clairaudience indicates an awareness of sounds and voices heard in the outer world. Clairvoyance, in fact, refers to an ability that psychic mediums possess that enables them to see things that cannot be physically seen. When a medium has clairaudience he/she can receive messages from the past, present, or future, by seeing or hearing something that someone else might be seeing, hearing, or feeling. The messages that come through the mediumship process can be quite confusing, and even frightening, for those who witness them.
It should be quite clear by now that the observed facts concerning psychic mediums are very different from the scientific explanation of how such facts occur. Science has not found a way to explain psychic phenomena, and most scientists admit to not having a complete understanding of psychic phenomena. That doesn’t mean, however, that psychic phenomena don’t exist – it just means that no science has been able to discover a complete explanation for them so far.