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|04-03-2007, 12:10 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Using psychic abilities in class
Has anyone had some sort of psychic experience during class? I'm studying Software Engineering at the local University. After reading stuff about physic development I began gradually knowing more and more answers to the teacher's questions without consciously thinking the problem through. These are usually short questions where the answer is just a single word or a single idea. But I can count 10+ occurances only this winter where the teacher asked a question and I had the answer in my mind right away. Too bad that half of the times I didn't have the courage to speak up because I didn't have a logical proof for the answer. And when I didn't speak up, I'd only hear the teacher say the same answer 30 seconds later if nobody else answered.
I should note that when these things happen, it's usually when I came unprepared for the class and didn't really comprehend the subject totally, at least not at a conscious level.
I don't know if this counts as a physic ability. I know it could aswell be my subconscious doing the job for me. Or maybe I just tapped into the superconscious for the answer without knowing it. But I want to set aside the debate _how_ this works. I want to know if anyone has had similar experiences. So the questions to start this thread are: Have you ever had answers just pop into your head in school? Have you read the teacher's mind? Have you ever felt you had "the edge" in your class just because you know the answers without the feeling of learning about the subject first?
P.S. Maybe I should train this ability further, this could be helpful during exams
|04-03-2007, 12:47 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: NM, USA
You've accessed another part of you mind, the part that doesn't need a process to get the answers. Process being step-by-step thinking or memorization of facts.
I can't say that I've had experiences like yours in class, but when I was working as a programmer I would get the solution to my problem in a flash of insight quite often. One day the whole object model for a new project I was working on popped into my head. I mean it went on forever. I wrote down the base objects and associations before it faded from view. That was a couple days work right there.
|04-03-2007, 02:27 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Sydney Australia
Cool! you could be developing spontaneous telepathy, so you might get a connection once in a while ... like my dial up internet.
keep practicing, and remember with great power comes great responsibility, but keep training anyways,
|04-03-2007, 08:15 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: California, USA
That's interesting, I've experience the exact same thing, but sometimes I wouldn't say it because I had no idea if it was right or not.
But it usually was, and sometimes I would just know everything they were asking, and people would get annoyed at me. Though, I think it was because I actually knew about it.
And sometimes I would come up with an answer (to a math question) without going through the process.
|04-03-2007, 09:51 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
This happens to me all the time. In fact, I just got back from a recitation today in which I had a bit of difficulty understanding the material. I called my TA over and asked him a question about the lab we were working on. He started to explain something (while I started to daydream), and then I immediately blurted out the correct answer. My TA kind of looked at me funny, then said, "OK, that's completely correct, but why?" and I just gave him a big old .
I notice this tends to happen a lot when I'm extremely tired (for example, yesterday I had about three hours of sleep). All I need now is to convince my professors to get rid of that pesky "show all work" requirement on exams, and I'll be set.
|04-06-2007, 11:09 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
This is very fun, but I don't see a practical use of it.
I remember a friend was giving a speech in front of the class and he just asked "What do you think the number is...". At that moment I just blurted without thought "13". He looked at me as if I was God: "What?! How did you know that?!".
I don't think it is the brain processing information really quickly, because I didn't even know what the question was about.
|04-13-2007, 10:57 AM||#8 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Have you ever had answers just pop into your head in school? Have you read the teacher's mind? Have you ever felt you had "the edge" in your class just because you know the answers without the feeling of learning about the subject first?
1.Yes. In my AlgebraII class I had a test. I came in late to class because I was down at the office talking to my counsler about FLVS. I remember only once, it was as soon as I heard the late bell ring, "I have a test first period." I brushed it off and didn't even worry about being late for the test. This is unlike me because I'm usually very uptight about being on time for things, and having the need to know what's ahead. After I left her office, she wrote me a pass of course, I went into my math class and saw all my fellow classmates working hard on their test (30mins had already went by for class. 50 mins per class). I got my test and felt at ease. I sat down at my desk and quickly started on the problems. The first 9 questions I already knew, the last one on the other hand was more difficult, the part of the section I didn't quite understand. I remember looking at the problem and saying to myself "5 seems like it fits." I wrote down five before I checked my work to make sure it came to the right conclusion. Sure enough the answer WAS five. Now, the only way I was able to check my work was by plugging in the number five into the equation. This may see simple, and I'm sure most of you could of down that problem in seconds, but when I looked at the problem the number five just came to my mind. I ended up being the first one to finish the test and hand it in. I took the test within 5 minutes as soon as I sat down at my desk.
2.As for reading minds of my teachers, can't recall.
3.I don't feel as if I have an edge over my fellow classmates, I see it as, I'm more willing to learn than most around me.
Last edited by OpenMindedLiberation; 04-13-2007 at 11:00 AM.
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