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Neurological Causation & Remote Viewing/Sensing Processes
Remote Viewing is the practice of visually seeking out impressions regarding a distant or unseen person, object, or event utilizing paranormal means, and Remote Sensing includes more than the remote visual mode, such as the auditory mode.
Both remote viewing and sensing have been related to clairvoyant cognition and telepathic cognition, but because remote viewing/sensing refers to specific controlled processes, this view is not widely accepted. Remote viewing and sensing appears to include temporal features (i.e. postcognitive, contemporaneous, and precognitive ESP).
There have been correlates found between remote viewing and sensing phenomena and working memory in experients. This may suggest a part played by the parietal lobe and the basal ganglia, which are identified as crucial for working memory function, and assumed highly relevant to remote viewing and sensing processes.
These areas could be concluded as at least partially responsible for psychically received contemporaneous information as psychological and physiological conditions caused by injury to these regions of the brain are in correlation with several disorders reported by experients of remote viewing and sensing phenomena.
These include reduced learning outcomes in literacy and numeracy, dyslexia, autism, ADHD and ADD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and in rare cases, epilepsy.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)