When people talk about psychic phenomena, they are not usually talking about the mind, or the body, or even the soul.
In reality, they talk about the spirit, or psionic phenomenon.
And it’s not just the ability to perceive the world around us.
It is also a way of experiencing the divine and seeing the mysteries of reality.
Psionic phenomena are the result of the interaction between the mind and the body.
They can be caused by disease, injury, trauma, or simply a lack of oxygen in the brain.
In the past, this has been a subject of speculation.
The most common suggestion is that psionic experiences can be associated with a mental disorder, such as schizophrenia.
But the evidence for that is lacking.
The scientific evidence that is available to support that idea has been scant at best.
And there is no evidence that the mental disorders that have been associated with psionic experience can be linked to a particular body part.
So it’s an open question whether psionic manifestations in the body are really related to one particular condition.
And what is the scientific evidence for this?
That is where the Scientifically Based Body of Knowledge (SBIK) comes in.
SBIK is a global research initiative, formed by scientists, doctors, therapists, and scientists from around the world, and supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
SbiK is working to better understand the connection between physical and mental illness.
It’s been trying to find a scientific basis for psionic and psychophysiological phenomena.
But so far, the scientific community has not been able to come to an agreement on what these phenomena actually are, and what they can and cannot be used for.
The SBIk Foundation is hoping that by sharing these discoveries with the scientific world, they can help us better understand what psionic entities are, what their purpose is, and how we can best use these entities to help us heal.
This article was originally published by Newsweek and is republished here with permission.
To learn more about the SBIG research initiative and how you can get involved, please visit sbiksciences.org.
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