- Why Am I? (Type Yellow)
- Personality Type 1 (Type Yellow)
- Why You Have Psychic Experiences (Type Yellow)
- Your Needs – PK (Type Yellow)
- Your Events (Type Yellow)
- Changes to Your Personality (Type Yellow)
- Changes to Your Environment (Type Yellow)
- Your Age (Type Yellow)
- Personality Type #2 (Type Yellow)
- Your Awareness (Type Yellow)
- Psychic Illusions (Type Yellow)
- Belief, Meaning, & Auto Labeling (Type Yellow)
- Self-fulfilling Prophecies & Ignoring When You’re Wrong (Type Yellow)
- Probability & Reason (Type Yellow)
- Don’t Be Fooled (Type Yellow)
- Seeing Faces & Hearing Your Name (Type Yellow)
- Precognition vs. Manifesting (Type Yellow)
- Accuracy, OBEs, & Evil Presence (Type Yellow)
- Weird Does Not Equal Psychic (Type Yellow)
- Confusing Negative & Positive Experiences (Type Yellow)
- Externalizing (Type Yellow)
- Ignoring Negative Psychic Experiences (Type Yellow)
- Avoid Shortcuts (Type Yellow)
- Psychic Protections (Type Yellow)
- #1st List of Psychic Protections (Type Yellow)
These illusions or misconceptions cloud your mind and keep you from seeing the patterns required to notice what you are doing wrong.
Knowing what these self-perpetuating factors are is the first step to becoming disillusioned. The second step is to identify which one applies to you, and the third step is to correct the situation by avoiding those old ways of thinking and acting.
Not only do these illusions cause experiences to keep on happening, but they also play a part in bringing these experiences back, again and again, months and even years later after you thought you dealt with the problem.
Most of these illusions are part of a group of illusions called cognitive biases. Cognitive biases are errors in judgment or decision-making that result in mixing up real psychic experiences and other things that may seem very much like psychic experiences but have very normal explanations.
Many people fall victim to this group of illusions because most people have never heard of them or don’t recognize them when they see them. These illusions can be as simple as where something odd happens and you cannot immediately find an explanation for it so you infer that it MUST be paranormal.
But a paranormal cause should not be applied just because you ruled everything else out. Rather, a paranormal cause should ONLY be applied when everything else is ruled out AND it has the right characteristics of behavior. TO STOP DISTRESSING EXPERIENCES YOU MAY WANT TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING SUGGESTIONS.