Mental Technologies: Distant Mental Influence on the Behaviour, Physiology, and Emotions of Human Beings, and on Biological and Physical Targets.

11 Pages Posted: 3 Jan 2019

Date Written: August 10, 2018

Abstract

Even though it is still difficult for many to accept that our minds have the ability to influence and acquire information at a distance – that is to say, by unconventional means – there have already been several attempts to apply these abilities.

This work provides a review of state-of-the-art practical applications of our mind’s ability to obtain information at a distance, even from the future, and its ability to influence – always distantly and unconventionally – the behaviour, emotions, and physiology of human beings and biological and physical targets.

Within the rich variety of these applications, some are already common outside the sphere of pure scientific research because their efficacy has by now been validated, while others’ applicability still require fine-tuning so that they too, in a not too distant future, become real mental technologies.

Keywords: mental interaction at a distance, remote viewing, anticipation

Suggested Citation

Tressoldi, Patrizio E. and Pederzoli, Luciano, Mental Technologies: Distant Mental Influence on the Behaviour, Physiology, and Emotions of Human Beings, and on Biological and Physical Targets. (August 10, 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3303113 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3303113

Patrizio E. Tressoldi

Università di Padova ( email )

via Venezia 8
Padova, 35131
Italy

HOME PAGE: http://www.patriziotressoldi.it

Luciano Pederzoli (Contact Author)

University of Padova ( email )

Via 8 Febbraio
Padova, 2-35122
Italy

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