Use of Lucid Dreams to Explore PSI
We are all generally familiar with the different aspects of PSI phenomenon. Clairvoyance, precognition, telepathy and telekinesis. Perhaps you have experienced one or more of these phenomenon yourself, or know of someone who has?
History is full of examples of people and cultures that believed quite adamantly in PSI. People most likely to report PSI phenomenon tend to be creative, introspective types, who are able to filter out the noise around them, and pick up on hunches, gut feelings and so forth. There is also a known correlation between PSI phenomenon and certain brain injuries and ailments.
Science is slowly catching up with what people have known for a long time. PSI is real. It is repeatable and observable in controlled lab experiments, though to the best of my knowledge, it is poorly understood and no one has been able to harness it in a truly reliable sense. Now when I say poorly understood, I mean in terms of the physical mechanism and models that would allow for such phenomenon in the first place. There are many reasonable theories.
The most striking scientific framework for PSI was perhaps Dr. Dean Radin’s classic skin conductance experiments, where he was able to prove statistically, that a test subject had measurable changes in skin conductance, moments prior to being shown emotionally charged images. These same subjects did not exhibit the skin conductance change prior to more innocuous images. The images were of course shown in a random manner.
It seems that highly charged emotional events are most likely to lead to a PSI experience. There are countless examples in the literature where such events came to light or were otherwise predicted in precognitive dreams. Dreams of course are a very special state of consciousness. In effect, our logic is turned off, and the scenes and images are driven by our subconscious minds. It should come as no surprise that this state would lend itself to PSI.
Much to my personal chagrin, it does not seem that lucid dreaming has received any type of significant attention with regard to PSI. Perhaps PSI researchers have not caught onto the fact that lucid dreaming is becoming more and more realizable as technology improves? In my opinion, this is the perfect forum in which to conduct PSI experiments if there is any hope of building a usable model and expanding our true understanding of this phenomenon. I have started such an effort, and the initial findings are intriguing indeed. The goal here is to build a repeatable model, understand the implications of the model, speculate what might be going on from a physical perspective and then hone the experiments. This will no doubt take many iterations before converging on a truly usable model. I am NOT saying this is an easy problem. But I am claiming that progress has been made.
You may view initial experimental results here:
You may read up on some of my personal theories and efforts toward modeling here, though some rudimentary understanding of quantum physics is probably an appropriate prerequisite:
Please visit the main Research Guild folder for ongoing discussion and experiments: