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Gray/Grays are extreme experiencers that score very high in Type Gray and very low in other types. Based on the 2 personality types discussed in the last chapter (1/INTP) and (2/INTJ), the following are the 2 sets of experience characteristics that apply to Type Grays, extreme and multifaceted experiencers alike.

pertype123These characteristics describe what to expect if you do not already notice your psychic experiences, and what to focus on to enhance if you do.

About 1/3 of Type Grays are Type 1, 1/3 are Type 2, and 1/3 are a little of both. So, if you lean towards one, or both, that’s OK, it’s pretty common.

inputType 1’s:

 You mainly experience clairvoyant simulation input that is mainly postcognitive. However, you do have contemporaneous and precognitive input, but to a lesser extent.

pastgAlso to a lesser extent, you experience clairvoyant simulation output with historical shifting being the most common, and future and real-time shifting being less common. You mainly have adaptive experiences with directive experiences being less common. You are mainly nature-orientated with only a little bit of people-orientation.

ideasThis means that you are far more focused on ideas and concepts than people or events involving people. You may work more at a distance (example: distance healing), rather than direct (example: healing through touch or being physically close to someone).

You are an experiencer of auto-PK and mainly experience energy absorption, which means drawing energy into yourself from other sources including other people, and you mainly experience self-healing, self-temperature regulation, and self-energization, which are all micro-PK.

absorbYou may also be able to influence and heal the people emotionally closest to you through absorbing energy rather than emitting energy. OR, you may experience levitation, which is a form of macro-PK, but this is very rare.

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