Soul Surfing:   Soul Purpose vs. Soul Impulse

By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)

“You are so lucky!” a friend recently exclaimed after I finished telling her about how excited I was about learning so much through my clairvoyant readings and the work I’ve been doing with my students.   “You know your soul purpose!  But I have no idea what mine is!”.   I asked her why she was so sure I knew what my soul purpose was.

“Well obviously it’s your psychic work, and writing about it.  It’s all going so well for you, so how could this not be your purpose?”   Hmmm, it made sense, but something doesn’t feel right about her comment.  In fact, it irritated the hell out of me. It made me feel jumpy, claustrophobic, suppressed, trapped.  Why?  Hell if I knew.

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FROM IMAGINATION TO MASTERY: A STUDENT’S METAPHOR FOR TURNING CRIPPLING DOUBT INTO PLAYFUL EXPLORATION

 

By John Knight.

At the beginning of developing/exploring one’s psi related, students are unsure that what they are doing is “real” and what it is exactly they are trying to do when they practice.  Crippling doubt seems to be fundamental to process for most people.  Many teachers and authors use the words “pretend”, “made up”, things like that.  I think it’s done to allay anxiety and fear, but it has the opposite effect for me.  It makes me uneasy and reinforces my doubt.

Assertions that it will work ring hollow without a mechanism of why this might work.  These doubts then make it hard to settle in, focus, and feel confident that I’m doing something that will lead me somewhere I want to go.  I suspect at least some others feel similarly. I think this is a hard problem to work your way around even with constant reassurance.

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Explorations Into Remote Viewing Microscopic Organisms (“THE PHAGE”) & The Effects of Biological Scientists Exposure To Non Local Perception Within a Multidisciplinary Approach

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Abstract

by Debra Lynne Katz & Lance William Beem (abstract edited by Dean Radin, conference chair)

In a double-blind, free-response experiment, 39 remote viewers (“viewers’) were given the task of describing a bacteriophage, or “phage,” a virus that attacks bacteria. Ten of the viewers were re-tasked on elements described in their first session; 35 viewers were then given a second target containing the task, “describe the trigger for replication.” This time, they were provided with information that the target was of a microscopic nature.

This remote viewing project was unique not only in its subject matter, but in its purpose, which was to evaluate remote viewing sessions not only for evidence of psychic functioning but to make use of the information in order to advance the work of scientists outside the field of parapsychology. Viewers submitted a total of 83 sessions, producing a total of 3,263 descriptors to be analyzed. They also provided dozens of detailed sketches, some of which are presented here.

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Remote Viewers Correctly Predict the Outcome of the 2012 Presidential Election “An expedition into the unexplored territory of remote viewing & rating human subjects as targets, within a binary protocol”

By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)

This Peer Reviewed Paper was accepted as a full Paper into the International Parapsychology Association 56th Annual Conference in Viterbo, Italy, where Debra presented it.

It was published in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Aperture Magazine, published by the International Remote Viewing Association. Click here to get the link from my website to get the article as it appeared in Aperture.

(Full Citation: Katz, Debra & Bulgatz, Michelle. Aperture Magazine, Spring/Summer 2013 Issue. Page 46 to 56).

Remote Viewers Correctly Predict the Outcome of the 2012 Presidential Election

“An expedition into the unexplored territory of remote viewing & rating human subjects as targets, within a binary protocol” by Debra Lynne Katz

Lead Researchers/Project Managers: Debra Lynne Katz/Michelle Bulgatz
Analysts – Statistician – Analytic Tool Developer: Alexis Poquiz
Report Edited by: Jon Noble
Remote Viewers:
Michelle Beltran, Jon Noble, Deborah Sherif, Laura Shelton, Paul Hennessy, Patsy Posey, Dolphin, David Beatty, Dan Hofficaker, Jason Brown, Russ Evans
Abstract – Researchers designed a project to determine whether 11 remote viewers, utilizing a double blind protocol, could describe a human subject in enough detail so raters could choose between 2 potential candidates in order to predict the outcome of the 2012 United States Presidential Election.

Remote viewers utilize intuitive yet structured protocols to obtain information that lies outside their analytic mind or current knowledge base.

Unlike other intuitive disciplines that focus on human subjects, these are the least utilized targets in remote viewing.

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Time to Slaughter the Greedy God Whom Hast Stripped Us Of Our Common Language

By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)

I wonder if in other disciplines/fields of study, there is as much confusion, disagreement and misunderstanding when it comes to the semantics regarding both those engaging in the practices of the field, and what it is they do.  When it comes to the field of psi or “non local perception” (a word that most of the world has never heard of, including the majority of those who actively practice or inadvertently utilize this skill), part of the difficulty in coming up with a cohesive and agreed upon vocabulary is that the existing words are so emotionally charged with connotations that the ego (particularly the male ego or those who want approval from it) just can’t bear to be associated with it.

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How to Raise a Psychic Child

By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)

1.     Honesty is the best Policy.  Your child will know when you are lying on a subconscious level and this will create confusion for them and lead them to doubt their own inner voice as adults.  This sets them up for future low self-esteem and relationship problems.

2.     Do not unload your adult problems onto your child.  Psychic children are also healers.  They are usually wiser then their years.  This makes it tempting to confide in them about issues they don’t have the emotional capacity to deal with.

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Our Representatives are Representing Outdated Responses to Limiting Belief Systems!

By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)

We need spiritually evolved leaders – not religious fanatics!

Many of us who are on the path of spiritual development understand that the key to overcoming most difficulties and obstacles in life has to do with stepping out of (or at least gaining distance) from ones belief systems long enough so that new thoughts and inspirations can emerge to bring us to a new place of being. In this new place, we are not only transformed, but often we find ourselves  having overcome stubborn obstacles and gifted with fresh opportunities and ultimately feeling more at peace, more empowered and just plain happier.  Once a person discovers they can have beliefs without the beliefs having them – that they can believe but have enough flexibility and movement around these beliefs to not get trapped inside them, the shackles that keep so many people obsessed, stuck, divorced from creativity and even each other can be loosened and eventually discarded.  As humans, we must have beliefs, we must have ideas that direct us down a particular path and that motivate us to take action.

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Displacement in Associate Remote Viewing (ARV), Psychic Readings and Life

By Debra Lynne Katz  (www.debrakatz.com)

As I read and ponder the discussions about the “problem” of displacement – the phenomenon of a remote viewer accurately describing the unintended target, I see an image of water spilling through the seems of a box.   The water is moving, rushing, powerful, unstoppable, white, foaming, liquid. There is no grasping it, and ultimately no containing it. No amount of tape, glue, wood, nails or any other kind of reinforcement can stop the leakage. The water is what we refer to as our subconscious and probably a whole lot more. It’s the part that can access information about anything, any one, and then bring this information back to our aware selves through our physical senses in the form of thoughts, sketches, feelings, bodily sensations, words, visions, smells, sounds, etc.

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My Best and Worst Days Ever

Learn about my best and worst days ever. I encourage you to do the same as it is a good exercise to review your life.

By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)

Recently, I was thinking about what the 10 worst days of my life have been so far and the 10 best days. I decided to do this as an exercise and see if I can easily come up with them with out editing them first.

I don’t tend to think about my worst days very much, but last month I had to attend an arbitration hearing in Minnesota as I was suing my publisher of my 3 books after years of not being paid correctly or on time and getting no where with trying to work things out.

The hearing started out OK. I was representing myself after reading books like, “Contract Law for Dummies”.  The arbitrator let me deliver my 150 slide presentation and 300 pages of exhibits first. But it just felt so awful sitting there having to tell the company’s owners, “You lied, you didn’t do as promised, you’ve made me have to come all this way and do all this work just to say mean things about you”. And then of course to sit there while their team of attorney’s tried to make it look like I was the only author who has ever complained about anything in their 100 year history of existence, felt pretty bad.  So this at the top of my list of bad days, even though, as it turns out, I won. Not only monies owed to me, but punitive damages and my rights back.

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