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We perceive the world around us by means of the five basic physical senses - sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. To these are added other skills and faculties - memory, intellect, knowledge, intuition, reason. Further, there is, for many of us, the recognition of input via apparently subliminal means.


Many of the signals we receive are numinous, intuitive, in ways too subtle to define other than in emotional, metaphysical or religious ways. The aim of this booklet by former Vice Presdent of the CFPSS Barbara Bunce is to explore part of the whole picture, that part best illustrated with examples of information received apparently via the five senses but seemingly at a different level of perception from the purely physical.

Horizons of Perception

  • Barbara Bunce

  • CFPSS, 1990

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