FUNDAMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ( FP )
(The nature of PSYCHE)
Chapter 2. DISTANT PERCEPTION
2.2. Distant/beyond-sensual perception (DP)
At distant work an operator S (fig. 2) has a direct communication NOT with an object-source T of received image T', for example at NIMAP – NOT with his patient T, not with his blood, not with its (blood) pressure (upon walls of his artery), but with a marker t, representing this object for him (S); at that a marker
can as belong to a physical reality (like a photo),
so even not belong to it (like a name); that is why the marker is designated on the figure with interrupted lines.
There is pertinently to recollect here the statement made more than 25 years ago by V.N. Pushkin/Â.Í. Ïóøêèí: such a reality exists which being quite material, simultaneously possesses psychical property [109, p. 339]. è
Therefore by means of direct communication L, an operator S can receive from/out of spatio-temporal continuum P only the image t', concerning to a marker t, but not the image T', concerning to his patient T himself.
Nevertheless, an operator S possesses the image T'. It means, that T' is received from some object T (fig. 3), which
• comprises both informations of the physical object Titself, and of its marker t, but
• belongs to the some reality which is not physical (or, is metaphysical) and is not limited by strict frameworks of spatio-temporal (physical) continuum P laws.