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The affects fear has on the mind and body during paranormal events.


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Chuck TIPP Founder   posted:4/9/2012 11:35:18 AM  (Reply)
The affects fear has on the mind and body during events

By Charles Swearengin

Fear is one of a group of reactions to a heightened sense of relative negative experience or expected experience from both social and or personal moral norms. Fear is not a single thing it is an every changing strategy. Fear is defined in Webster's dictionary as, "an unpleasant, sometimes strong emotion caused by an anticipation or awareness of danger" or" anxious concern". That may be true but from my experience in my therapy practice I would modify that slightly. I think it more accurate to say that fear is an unpleasant, sometimes strong emotion caused by the anticipation of "loss". It may be a loss of health (disease or damage to the body) or it may be loss of face (damage to the ego, pride, or image). It stands to reason then, that fear increases with an increased attachment to the physical world. It increases as well with a dependence on the approval of others. Fear is also more pervasive when there is a lack of faith that we have greater significance in the universe than what we own, or how others perceive us.

Fear is one of the body's strongest natural self-preservation mechanisms. A powerful basic emotion, fear is a response for survival, an alarm sounding like a blaring horn in the presence of danger. However, what are some of the physiological effects of fear on the human body? Can overwhelming, irrational fear adversely affect your health? Fear is known to trigger unreasonable psychological reactions as well as produce harmful physiological effects on the human body. For example, the myriad of health issues related to phobias, stress and anxiety include serious conditions such as depression, alcoholism and substance abuse.

How does the body react to fear?

First the sensory organs our eyes, ears nose, tongue and skin pick up Cues from our surroundings and feed them to our brain. The brains threat center a structure called the amygdala is constantly on the lookout for danger. It identifies possible treats triggering the alarm for the fight or flight response. Before we know it our heart is racing, breathing shallow, were sweating in case we have to defend ourselves or make a fast get away. The part of the peripheral nervous system called autonomic nervous system control these changes to our body. Endocrine-releases all sorts of hormones, most prominent is adrenaline. Circulatory- your heart beats faster and harder to promote blood flow rich with nutrients and oxygen to the brain and muscles for increased intensity and power (people can do superhuman-feats when this happens).Your respiratory goes on the brink of hyperventilation.

EMF Waves and its affect on the brain.

As most investigators know high EMFs can cause fear but how does it affect the brain?

This theory was first introduced by Michael Persinger. He is the Professor of Psychology and head of the Neuroscience Research Group at Laurentian University, Ontario, Canada. His theory is that the sensation commonly described as "having a religious experience/paranormal experience" is merely a side effect of our bicameral brain's feverish activities. Simplified considerably, the idea goes like so: When the right hemisphere of the brain, the seat of emotion, is stimulated in the cerebral region that is presumed to control notions of self; and then the left hemisphere, the seat of language, is called upon to make sense of this nonexistent entity, the mind generates a "sensed presence." Dr. Persinger believes such cerebral "fritzing" is responsible for almost anything one might describe as paranormal, incuding aliens, heavenly apparitions, past-life sensations, near-death experiences, awareness of the soul, and so on. Experimental subjects who were exposed to a specific series of pulses from TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) described feeling an invisible presence near them or feeling connected to the whole world.

The experience of an "other worldly experience" is well-documented in the neuroscientific literature. It tends to happen to people who are capable of vivid imagery and who are under some sort of stress -- anything from lack of oxygen and food to a recent bereavement. Such experiences are thought to be trigge#730400 somehow in the temporal lobes, those parts of the brain around and above the ears.

Every living creature puts out their own EMFs I believe that when the fear factor takes hold of one's mind it can cause larger amounts of EMFs in the body causing more activity and even allowing apparitions to manifest. It is believed that Entities need energy to make themselves seen.

I do believe that each person's brain reacts to fear differently and allows some people to experience things others cannot. The brain is powerful we only use on average 13% of it at any given time maybe fear allows us to use even more which gives us the ability to hear ,see and feel what we would not any other time. Maybe this is the so called 3rd eye or maybe this is what we could experience if we could just use 20 or 30% of our brain…
macros72   posted:4/10/2012 7:00:16 PM  (Reply)
Ive always said "what we think is kept inside goes outwards". Its this outward connection that senses, feels, hears etc something not within normal parameters of perception. A kind of 3rd eye or psychic net around the body. When something triggers this "net" around you, your brain translates by your percentage of brain usage. A Ghost or other reality form may infact tune itself into your outward energy expression intentionally or by accident. Your inability to register this may lead to fear. But this new connection may meet your "acceptance" parameters and allow a pleasent but brief awareness of something else.



Fear is an interesting topic. Fear can cause one to weaken, but it can also encourage another to carry on and overcome its presence...its not always a negative thing.

Jaxerback   posted:4/14/2012 10:21:22 PM  (Reply)
I am at 100% capacity 24/7,yet I cannot for the life of me decipher the meaning of the previous post!!
Tawana   posted:6/13/2012 8:18:50 PM  (Reply)
Personally speaking i have a perception of what macros is saying .Fear in my opinion is Ego driven , fear is an emotion that is of no benefit to us except in an intuitive sense ie - a danger to our person , a sense of dread of something impending or looming , that i would consider a basic instinct. Negative fear in my reality is something completely different, that fear can be all consuming , it can be completely debilitating which can cause holes to be punched in our Auric field's which in turn allows for entity attachments, one would have to believe in entity attachment which i do, it is part of my reality , fear can also give rise to physic attacks , fear is a lower based emotion , one that needs to be conquered for the person experiencing the fear to be able to feel the sense of freedon that we all should and are entitled to have .

I agree with macros it is not always negative , possibly because i am very intuitive i do experience fear before an event , the I knew something was wrong or I felt that something was going to happen , that is intuitive and it can also manifest itself in the physical via pains etc , it is the inner alarm bell , in that sense the fear is a positive . I am rambling now so i will finish up.
Jaxerback   posted:6/13/2012 8:49:14 PM  (Reply)
All living things have a biological reaction to a perceived threat.
It is what we call fear.There are no "entity attachments".It is simply an evolutionary defence mechanism.
Jaxerback   posted:6/13/2012 10:00:07 PM  (Reply)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnxCxHLAqn8&feature=player_embedded#!
ufoz   posted:6/14/2012 6:32:15 AM  (Reply)

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Jaxerback  posted:6/13/2012 8:49:14 PM  (Reply)
All living things have a biological reaction to a perceived threat.
It is what we call fear.There are no "entity attachments".It is simply an evolutionary defence mechanism.
I agree that it is an evolutionary defence mechanism. but I don't think its as black and white as that. ever had the feeling your being watched? that uneasy feeling that you get when someone's eyes are upon you but yet you can't see them?

http://www.sheldrake.org/Articles&Papers/papers/staring/pdf/JCSpaper1.pdf
Jaxerback   posted:6/14/2012 7:01:31 PM  (Reply)
No
gary107   posted:6/15/2012 12:14:59 PM  (Reply)
so religion is just an aberration of the mind?
ufoz   posted:6/16/2012 8:00:58 AM  (Reply)

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gary107  posted:6/15/2012 12:14:59 PM  (Reply)
so religion is just an aberration of the mind?
its a possibility that religion is just an aberration of the mind, put there to control the masses. there are lots of possibilities.
TTFPARA   posted:6/16/2012 4:36:01 PM  (Reply)
The human mind is a huge influencer of reality as we know it. Look to the "observer effect" in quantum physics. Thoughts are powerfully driven by our emotions.

http://minnesotapara.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/tulpa-thought-forms/
Tawana   posted:6/16/2012 8:11:25 PM  (Reply)
All living things have a biological reaction to a perceived threat.
It is what we call fear.There are no "entity attachments".It is simply an evolutionary defence mechanism.


There are no entity attachments , in your reality there are not , i have to disagree with you Jaxer , in my reality there are , personally i would never ever say that there are no this or no that , if someone believes that there are then in that person's reality there are , each person's reality is unique to them , in your reality there are no entity attachments and i respect that but you in turn must respect the people that say that there are entity attachment's. Unless you experience something you cannot say for sure what is your truth. While i agree the mind is a powerful creator and all lower based emotions can cause many things to manifest , that is why i personally like to keep my vibrations high even though that can be a struggle sometimes , i like to turn negative experiences into positive ones , in my reality it is not what happens to you , it is how you deal with it that matters . Interesting discussion.


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