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extra sensory perception

extra sensory perception

It was funny how my friend and I simultaneously sang a song twice in different situations, without an identified stimulus that could have triggered the singing. I explained it on the bases of Carl Gustav Jung‘s collective unconscious, which is a part of the psyche that totally dffers from personal unconscious. I remember reading a book on ESP (Extra Sensory Perception) but I could not really remember the tittle of the book. It was written there that all of us have ESPs, which unconsciously manifest in our daily life. I can say that we all have experienced ESP but we really do not know that it is ESP and not some mere coincidence. An example I can point out is when a friend of mine called me on the phone after having thought about him prior to his call. This event did not happen only once but many times already. How can you possibly explain de javu? Though there are other theories on the existence of this phenomenon, I would stick to the Jungian explanation that our collective unconscious connects us with mankind, and this de javu is a manifestation of ESP, just as what has happened to me and my friend is.

Oh well, I just realized my ESP has been working all this time.

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cat playing with sofa
cat playing with sofa

The cat psychology is but a non ending topic, since cats psyche remains a mystery. Felines are said to be typical creatures. In addition, felines are independent,  inquisitive, hunters and easily made jealous. It is being mentioned that cats can be deceptive and foolish in nature. Yet, they are obedient, loving, sweet, calm, fearful, persistent, and courageous. Despite these major traits, cats are said to be individualistic creatures. Thus, they love to go social. However, they have diverse personal characteristics. For every breed, there are general terms of psychological representation  that are slightly unchanging and realistic. Still, this belief can be false in the next generations. In the cat’s psychological maze or labyrinth, a cat steps with carefulness even if the feline is aware of the patterns involved. Thus, cats are keen with every step they make. Intelligent. Felines have ample and very advanced cerebral hemisphere. The Brain development in cat is quick and is more or less complete within the young age of five months. Furthermore, the normal growth of The brain depends on the stimuli being experienced by the kitten.
The cat is endowed with the gift of resistance to pain, even if it is experiencing great physical pain. The coat enables the cat not to be sensitive in high temperatures. Thus it is capable of resisting heat and cold. Some cats, however, become aggressive if a wound is touched or if being applied with injection, especially if using syringe.

Hierarchy exists among cats. This can be seen through the way how your cat positioned itself. For instance, a cat looks for the highest possible location to sit in. a happy cat is gained when the   owner considers  his  cat to  be the  dominator. Otherwise,  the cat e xhibits aggressive behaviors. Cats can also be egotist. Every cat is individual in its world, thus  they manage to be alone. Yet, when cats live together, it is because they develop a neighboring and brotherhood relationship. Another proof of cats’ egotistic nature is that they can hunt alone. Unlike other animals that elect leaders, cats never do. In addition, cats can easily adapt to the changes in its environment because they learn through their experiences. For instance, the ability to hunt occurs when a mother is a good hunter. She teaches her little felines various techniques for a good hunt. A cat is not interested in great things, rather pays attention to things that are related to its own interests. The cat loves human presence and it will always seek for caress and tenderness.
A cat is full of pride and propriety and learns without fawning. A cat learns something like opening a door, giving a paw, sitting in front of a bowl of food, playing dead, rolling on the floor at command, or simply going to fetch an object. A cat has the ability to allow itself to master something, especially cats with the ages four to five months old. Otherwise, cats that reached maturity refuses to obey because they might consider entertainments as nonsense. Cats also use their initiative like knocking on window to get in, or grabbing doorknobs to get out, hiding food in boxes, opening refrigerators to eat. At the age of five to six months, a cat plays, jumps, and uses his curiosity to discover life and his environment.

Cats are inconsistent. For instance, a cat sleeps in a location and on the next sleeping time, it finds another location to rest. A cat may eat one kind of food. And for a definite time it refuses to eat his food and rather look for another. However, it is consistent in its warmth to people. In its psyche flourishes a fight to any change in its family, territory, or habit. If another cat enters its territory, the old cat will usually pretend to hunt the new one, or it will ignore it, showing no interest. Cats are curious yet they are aware of a ball in motion, strange objects, and other obvious things. Nevertheless, it ignores things larger than itself  like dogs. Yet it defends it self. A cat has a long-term memory. Thus, it will be able to recognize the mistreats and treats. A cat goes away from home and returns back using their ability to recognize the place by noises and odors.
Just like dogs, horses, donkeys and birds, cats re sensitive in the weather. Thus, they show signs of nervousness and depression when a storm is fast approaching. A cat, before rainfall, will appear tensed and thus, it seeks shelter. However, it is false to say that a cat can tell that a storm is about to come, because the cat’s ability to feel  with respect to the  atmosphere has no scientific bases. Yet, there is a statement “when a cat puts its paw into its ear, it’s a sign of rain or change in atmosphere. This had been observed by farmers.  Cats dislike water because their fur cannot protect them against it. This is because its coat does not have a layer of protective fat. Its fur protects it from cold but cannot adapt to water. In addition, a cat doesn’t know how to shake of excess water and free itself from humidity when trying to dry itself.

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