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- adj. Being outside the normal range or bounds of the senses.
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- adj. Of or relating to extrasensory perception.
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- adj. seemingly outside normal sensory channels
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The extrasensory eye of deep awareness (ye-shes-kyi spyan), also known as the extrasensory eye of a Buddha (sangs-rgyas-kyi spyan) – omniscient awareness to “see” the two truths about all phenomena – their present appearance and their natural purity.
I assume that the reader is familiar with the idea of extrasensory perception, and the meaning of the four items of it, viz., telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition and psychokine-sis.
The application of plethysmography to the objective study of so-called extrasensory perception, Journal of the Society for PsychicalResearch, 40, 162-172.
The last is called extrasensory perception, a phrase customarily abbreviated as ESP.
The three divisions according to function: the mental stability that places one in a state of physical and mental bliss in this lifetime, the mental stability for actualizing good qualities – namely, the good qualities shared in common with shravakas, such as extrasensory abilities, the mental stability for working for the benefit of limited beings.
Although Australians are widely considered to be a secular people, nearly half of the population believe in psychic powers such as extrasensory perception, while 41 per cent believe in astrology.
But there are evil forces at work in the hotel, and have been for a long time in its storied past, and Jack's son, Danny, has an extrasensory ability -- the shining -- that enables him to see the forces at work trying to tear his family apart.
The hero has some sort of extrasensory perception.
“I saw it on a show once . . . about people who have special extrasensory gifts.”
Jane and Louise Wilson's video hints at the extrasensory accord of twins.