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Extrasensory Perception and The Biophoton Model

Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.


Professor of Scientific Parapsychology, Researcher, Technical Author

Extrasensory perception (ESP) is defined as the reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses, but sensed by the mind.

Research in this area later lead to the discovery that these emissions also appear to have a purpose outside of the body (i.e. that wave resonance is not simply being utilized to communicate system wide, but between living systems), and that living systems exchange biophotons. Today’s view of the universe is as a dynamic network of energy exchange comprised of all possible variations of all possible forms of matter.

Nature is not viewed as blind and mechanistic like the once classical view, but more so as open-ended, intelligent and which makes use of coherent learning feedback processes of information being fed back and forth between living systems and their environment. Biology today is viewed still from the classical angle, but also as a result of quantum fluctuations throughout the body including higher brain functions and consciousness.

In summary, biophoton emissions appear to be the dynamic mechanism through which human beings communicate with other living systems, and communicate with their environment whether through photon exchange when in spatial proximity, or the quantum teleportation of information when entangled. It is also assumed that when an individual engages with their surroundings (i.e. environment) the individual is not limited to physical, sensory impingement, but rather the individual extends beyond space-time.

At the forefront of perception and intention, the individual and the environment appear to lack distinguishability. In other words, the identities of both the individual and the environment are assumed one, capable of “becoming themselves out of each other.” In regards to this situation, I assume that the environment is not a part of the individual, but rather the individual is a part of the environment. Either way, one cannot be entirely separated from the other.


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(Adapted from the book “A Quantum Approach Series” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)


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