What is Extended Consciousness
Extended consciousness is about connecting. Both science and mysticism describe a world that gives us the power to influence how matter behaves—and perhaps even reality itself—simply through the way we perceive the world around us. Can our intentions of an event change reality?
Extended consciousness reaches beyond the 5 senses. Extended consciousness (EC) experiences are reported across all cultures and all educational levels, stimulating the imagination and tapping into the magic and mystery of the universe. Reports of experiences suggest that the mind reaches beyond the ordinary senses, extending through both space and time. This presents significant challenges to scientific assumptions and to experimental methods. This makes us ask: Who are we? What does it mean to be human? Does the universe have hidden, non-material processes that are part of us?
“A few moments of advance notice could help soldiers take cover before an explosion, help first responders make course corrections for vehicles, and benefit any life-or-death task where seconds count,” said Julia Mossbridge, PhD, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University.
Mossbridge is the lead author of a groundbreaking study published in 2012 that showed that the human body can anticipate emotional future events as much as 10 seconds before they occur. Then in 2014 scientists released an analysis that explores how this unconscious early alert system could be used to save lives in military and civilian settings.i This idea was first funded by Samueli Institute in experiments done by Dr. Ed May, former director of the CIA’s “Star Gate” program.