Mind Science

   

Categorising Different Types of Noetically Perceived Fields -v2

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

The mind’s intuitive, noetic, or dowsable response to different situations are categorised to help understand its causes. In this paper, nine different subtle energy types have been identified and itemised together with some of their properties. They all have a connection to the earth’s environment and the laws of physics. This is convincingly demonstrated by using an abstract geometrical source that combines tetrahedral geometry and certain Pythagorean triangles allowing the mind to create the 9 subtle energy types. This technique enables the reader to fine-tune his or her noetic or dowsing skills, or use this paper for further serious scientific research into both the mind and its interaction with the cosmos. Key words. Noetics, the mind, dowsing, intent, subtle energy, categorisation, Pythagorean triangles, structure of the universe

Comments: 14 Pages, 11 Figures, 3 Tables

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[v1] 2014-03-31 08:02:04
[v2] 2014-11-23 10:46:58

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