Sensation - The process by which our sensory receptors and our nervous system receive
and represent stimulus energies from our environment.
Perception - The process of organizing and interpreting sensory information, enabling us
to recognize meaningful ob
Psyche - Generally refers to the mind.
Psychedelic - Literally "revealing mind". A class of plants and drugs (e.g., peyote,
psilocybin, LSD) that can produce florid ASCs.
Psychic - A person who exhibits psi ability (also used as an adjective).
Kali Bichromicum - Must remember - SINUSITIS (80% of colds go to it), Rheumatisms,
Peculiar, ROPY, STRINGY D/C
ALTERNATING SXS, Wandering rheumatism
PAIN @ ROOT OF NOSE, pain in small spots
arteriosclerosis at a young age
essence of lycopodium - cowardice
problems of self esteem and low confidence - lycopodium
bullying, domineering, arrogant behavior to family and those with less authority,
obsequious to superiors - lycopodium
anxiety: about health, conflicts, career - lyc
Sulphur - scratching -> burning
Sulphur - weak, faint, followed by sweat at 11am
Sulphur - itching eruptions on the skin everywhere
Sulphur - < 5 am (diarrhea), standing, 11 am, close room, open air, bathing, cold damp
weather, warmth of the bed
Encounter - An unexpected meeting. Ive had a number of close * with bad drivers
Elusive - (adj.) difficult to catch or to hold; hard to explain or understand
Conceivably - possibly, within the realm of possibility
Conjure up - V. To bring to mind; to reca
What part of the brain controls addiction, behavior moderated by reward, and psychosis?
What part of the brain controls the pituitary gland? - Hypothalamus
What does the pituitary gland control? - Stress response, hormonal function, temperature
Absent Healing - Healing that takes place when the healer is not in direct contact with the
person to be healed.
Absent Sitter - A person, not present during a sitting, on whose behalf readings are given.
See also Proxy Sitting.
Acupuncture - Traditional
Fraud - The deliberate faking of paranormal phenomenena, generally for the purpose of
financial gain, psychological manipulation, or notoriety. Faking for the purpose of
entertainment (e.g., by stage magicians and mentalists) is not normally classed as fr