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A Paranormal Psychology (PNP) View by Tres Mali Scott on TMSC Consulting Services, LLC Psychic Division

According to the Funk & Wgnalls New Comprehensive International Dictionary of the English Language Deluxe Reference Edition Psychic is defined as:

1. Pertaining to the mind or soul; mental, as distinguished from psychical and psychological 2.Psychol. Pertaining to or designating those mental phenomena which are , or appear to be, independent  of normal sensory stimuli and which cannot be fully explained in terms of the known data of experimental science, as clairvoyance, telepathy, and extrasensory perception. Compare parapsychology.3.Caused by, proceeding from, associated with, or attributed to a non-associated with or occult agency. 4 Sensitive to mental or occult phenomena.

A Psychic and the phenomena that “A Psychic” experiences is used to describe a person. Paranormal Psychology is a form of a scientific field of study of these types of phenomena. The definition states “pertaining to the mind or soul;…” this also would include The Church.

According to The Catholic Source Book by Rev. Peter Klein the soul has “Four Points that likens it to God” and “Three Powers”.  The Soul’s Points are—– simplicity, immortality, intellect, and free will. The Soul’s Powers are memory, understanding, and free will.