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pre·cog·ni·tion

 (prē′kŏg-nĭsh′ən)
n.
Knowledge of something in advance of its occurrence, especially by extrasensory perception; clairvoyance.

pre·cog′ni·tive adj.
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Adj.1.precognitive - foreseeing the future
prophetic, prophetical - foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention; "prophetic writings"; "prophetic powers"; "words that proved prophetic"
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Listening to the news is a way of keeping yourself abreast of developments you haven't seen and can't predict on your own; it's like tapping into a precognitive network that can tell you portions of your future and help you avoid small, yet measurable tragedies.
Under Brandon's hand, dreams can be used for different purposes: recollection, precognitive applications, health and healing, and even to communicate with a higher being.
Meanwhile, when considering the relationship between tacit psi scores and the lability construct, Luke and Morin (2009) failed to find significant correlations between precognitive performance and either of the subscales of the Creative Cognition Inventory (linear subscale: r = .
From an early age, the child has strange dreams that border on the precognitive.
The next speaker was the highly entertaining and internationally recognised Amy Scott, who presented "A taste of dots", based on David Dickson's New Zealand-made precognitive communication tool.
His argument is that human desire is formed at the deepest precognitive level through engagement with liturgies, which provide practices that direct persons toward a particular telos or kingdom.
Because it is a very religious area, she never told anyone what she was experiencing until she reached her 20s and a precognitive dream showing her the death of her sister as well as her sister's boyfriend went ignored until two weeks later when a tragic car accident took both their lives just as Michelle had witnessed.
It is said that most of his precognitive artwork went up in a suspicious fire of unknown origin which engulfed his Toxteth flat one evening in the mid-Sixties, and that the artist himself vanished soon afterwards.
Numerous studies have also shown that BDNF produces precognitive effects through its neurotrophic effects leading to neurite outgrowth and enhanced synaptogenesis associated with neuroplasticity (Cowansage et al.
Our precognitive grasp of those normative expectations is formed in the emotional registering of their breach, in the pain of their violation (Honneth: 1995).
Spider-Man: Step into the world of Spider-Man, one filled with superhuman strength, super-fast reflexes, and a precognitive sense of approaching danger.
Hypnosis/meditation increases brain plasticity while using the natural state of the precognitive child to increase brain function and develop brain structure which increases learning and retention of learned material.