The online questionnaire by Rosemary Breen of Monash University generated data from 3,194 experients on the ten categories of paranormal occurrences under review and several themes were noted. All phenomena were reported by males and females, and by experients from each of the three age groups surveyed (18-35; 36-55; Over 55 years). There were trends for experients to register frequent encounters (>10) of the same type of phenomenon, and to report multiple types of different paranormal incidences (M=5.14). More than 30% of all first experiences, of eight of the ten categories of phenomenon were reported to have taken place before adolescence, with some incidences dating from pre birth or in the first two years of life. Furthermore, there were highly significant statistical differences noted. These were in the levels of incidence of experiences reported by males and females for eight of the ten parapsychological categories and in the level of paranormal phenomena reported by the experients from the four most highly represented countries in the survey.

The online questionnaire by Rosemary Breen of Monash University generated data from 3,194 experients on the ten categories of paranormal occurrences under review and several themes were noted. All phenomena were reported by males and females, and by experients from each of the three age groups surveyed (18-35; 36-55; Over 55 years). There were trends for experients to register frequent encounters (>10) of the same type of phenomenon, and to report multiple types of different paranormal incidences (M=5.14). More than 30% of all first experiences, of eight of the ten categories of phenomenon were reported to have taken place before adolescence, with some incidences dating from pre birth or in the first two years of life. Furthermore, there were highly significant statistical differences noted. These were in the levels of incidence of experiences reported by males and females for eight of the ten parapsychological categories and in the level of paranormal phenomena reported by the experients from the four most highly represented countries in the survey.

The Silver Cord

According to Virginia Satir, who is quoted on the back cover of The Silver Cord "this work provides a kind of universal map within which one can look at dimensions of life otherwise not quite so visible. I have never read a better description of the soul and love."

The online questionnaire conducted by Rosemary Breen of Monash University generated data from 3,194 experients on the ten categories of paranormal occurrences under review and several themes were noted. All phenomena were reported by males and females, and by experients from each of the three age groups surveyed (18-35; 36-55; Over 55 years). There were trends for experients to register frequent encounters (>10) of the same type of phenomenon, and to report multiple types of different paranormal incidences (M=5.14). More than 30% of all first experiences, of eight of the ten categories of phenomenon were reported to have taken place before adolescence, with some incidences dating from pre birth or in the first two years of life. Furthermore, there were highly significant statistical differences noted. These were in the levels of incidence of experiences reported by males and females for eight of the ten parapsychological categories and in the level of paranormal phenomena reported by the experients from the four most highly represented countries in the survey.

Groundswell

Drafting and conducting an online survey is a bit like a social media experiment - only more one way. Rosemary Breen of Monash University has reopened her survey spontaneous paranormal experiences and is using this to build her Psychic Revolution.

Following the success of the first round of surveys on paranormal experience, Rosemary Breen of Psychic Revolution and a recent graduate of Monash University is launching the second round of data collection. The initial survey, which ran for three months, collected information on spontaneous paranormal experiences and attracted over 4,000 submissions
from around the world. The researcher intends to run the online survey indefinitely, with the aim of collating the largest database of paranormal experiences ever assembled.

Following the success of the first round of surveys on paranormal experience, Rosemary Breen of Psychic Revolution who is also a recent graduate of Monash University is launching the second round of data collection. The initial survey, which ran for three months, collected data on spontaneous paranormal experiences and attracted over 4,000 submissions
from around the world. The researcher intends to run the online survey indefinitely, with the aim of collating the largest database of paranormal experiences ever assembled.
ever assembled.

The Psychic Realm

Who owns the psychic realms? Should paranormal consultants be more accountable for their work? Are their enough checks and balances in place to protect their clients? I doubt it.

According to Rosemary Breen, a graduate of Monash University and founder of Psychic Revolution, personal experiences of the paranormal are openly written about on the
Web and it is important to harness these anecdotes and collate them in a meaningful way.
Her original paranormal study shows that people are willing to open up about their encounters with the psychic realm and their sincerity shone through in their replies.
Ms Breen continues, "people actually contacted me after the first survey round had closed,
asking to make a late contribution. They want their psychic experiences to be told.”
The original survey formed the basis of a Master of Education thesis entitled The Nature Incidence Impact and Integration of Parapsychological Experiences.
It is hoped that the latest round of surveys will reach an even wider population than the original in which contributions were received from 59 countries including United States of America, Canada, Britain and Australia. The survey is now open again and people are invited to place their paranormal experiences on record.