One of the commonest reasons cited for scepticism of psi is this: Why do psychics never win the lottery?
Last night I picked up a favourite read, José Silva's The Silva Mind Control Method, which describes creative visualizing techniques in admirably pragmatic non-New Agey terms.
In chapter seven Silva talks about how he investigated the possible usefulness of dreams in problem-solving. He'd been studying Freud, Adler and Jung for some years, but these worthies didn't seem to agree about what dreams were for and he started to think he was wasting his time. Late one night he got fed up and resolved to drop the whole thing. He goes on:
About two hours later I was awakened by a dream. It was not a series of events, like most dreams, but simply a light. My field of dream vision was filled with midday sunlight, gold, very bright. I opened my eyes and it was dark in my shadowy bedroom. I closed my eyes and it was bright again. I repeated several times: eyes open, dark; eyes closed, bright. About the third or fourth time my eyes were closed I saw three numbers: 3-7-3. Then another set of numbers: 3-4-3. The next time the first set came back, and the time after that the second set. ....continues at the source below...
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