Signal-to-noise ratio (abbreviated SNR) is a measure used in science and engineering that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise. It is defined as the ratio of signal power to the noise power. This is very helpful to apply in the comprehension of developing levels to increase Higher Sensory Perception, Remote Viewing and Expanding Consciousness. We have to eliminate the noise to increase and improve the signal to our Energy Receivers.
Signal-to-noise ratio is sometimes used informally to refer to the ratio of useful information to false or irrelevant data in a conversation or exchange. For example, in online discussion forums and other online communities, off-topic posts and spam are regarded as "noise" that interferes with the "signal" of appropriate discussion.
This is a clear example of why the Negative Ego, Ego Defense Mechanism and fear based thinking must be cleared from the mind or it will impact the "noise" ratio of the clear signal input as well as the translation and deciphering of the signal input in our Energy Receivers. It clouds our perception and dulls our consciousness, which interferes with the development of higher consciousness functions.
Higher Sensory Perception
In studies of how Higher Sensory Perception works, it has long been held that mental images are formed first, and only then do estimations of their meaning take place. If the mental chatter or noise ratio is higher than the received signal input, the person is unable to generate levels of Higher Sensory Perception. Clearing the mind, and calming the emotional body is critical for expanding consciousness and other sensory development like Remote Viewing.
Briefly, in signal-to-noise theory when applied to the human nervous systems:
- Signals first come in
- The signals are then, in pre-conscious processing, translated into information-meaning categories, usually by some kind of comparing with meanings already stored in memory banks
- If memory-meanings comparable to the signals are found, then mental images can be manufactured and rise into consciousness
- However, if no comparable or comparative memory-meanings are available, then the pre-conscious systems segue over to the next best memory-meanings – and mental perceptions and images are then constructed in the light of those available meanings or perceptions
- When this happens, the resulting mental-image impressions can be at some distance from the real import of the original signals, but can carry bits of information contained in the original signals
Signals Input First
Rather, signals come first, then meanings of them, and then mental images based on the meanings. Within the scope of the human nervous systems, signals in-put via any of the sensory detectors are electronic in nature. The electronic signals are then decoded, via pre-conscious processes, into meaning categories and specifics, and it is the results of this decoding that, in turn, trigger on mental perception of them.
Signals are translated (transduced) into pre-conscious meaning, and then into mental awareness and perception into consciousness.
For clarity, three steps are involved here:
- Signal in-put
- Meaning comparison within the contexts of meanings already stored in memory
- Mental perceptions (feelings, images, sensations) built upon the meanings
Within the contexts of Remote Viewing research, it turned out that meaning (of things and situations) was the fulcrum of functioning BETWEEN signal in-put and mental images of them. This is to say that remote viewing does not begin with mental perceptions, whether in the form of feelings or images that are propelled into the state of conscious awareness of them.
As to types of meaning, these may be numerous. But there certainly are at least two general types, i.e., meanings that can be deduced about things and situations in general, and meanings that in particular arise from meaning-memory storage at the individual level.
In explanation of this, it is generally thought, in philosophy anyway, that all things are redolent with intrinsic possible meanings. But at the individual level, any deducing of meanings is principally confined to the contexts of meaning that have accumulated and achieved storage in the individual’s memory banks. Therefore, meanings outside the range of the individual’s meaning-memory banks might have little chance of being recognized at all, or might be interpreted only within the contexts of analogous meanings that HAVE achieved memory storage. Each individual, possesses innate and very basic hard drive functions via which “the worlds inside our heads” are built, and are thence characterized by whatever achieves some kind of imprint in the wetware of memory storage.
At some point, usually early in life, the imprinted contents in the wetware of the brain begin altogether to function as a memory machine – and can actually do so even if dimensions of the contents are, well, quite sparse, narrow, or thin. Strong reality boxes are formatted within the resulting memory machines, and these are specific to whatever meaning-information has achieved memory storage.
Now, with regard to the processes of remote viewing, some issues to clarify. First, viewers do not view a remote “target” via their five physical senses. Remote viewing provides information about things and situations distant in space and time from local surroundings, and if such information proves to have some degree of correctness, it is clearly legitimate to wonder what senses and sensing systems have made the distant information accessible. This is a natural function of human Consciousness.
Prior to the onset (in the latter three decades of the twentieth century) of discoveries of thousands of cellular information receptors extant throughout the biological networks of human nervous systems, there was hardly anything mainstream that shed any light on how interactions with distant information could be possible. Human cell receptors exist because they are a full part of the human genome – and thus download into all individuals of the species.
Once the combined dimensions of human information receptors are appropriately grasped and understood, it can be seen that the human receptor range is quite astonishing. As but one example, sensing receptors in the pineal gland, if it is good health, are continuously busy sensing the sun and its changing conditions. This particular sensing is usually taking place beneath conscious awareness. The sun is at some great distance from Earth, and so it can be thought that pineal gland receptors are remote viewing the sun. In addition to pineal gland receptors (which also function at the X-ray level), many other receptors of a similar nature have been identified in the human cell receptors with respect to distant sensing. Some of these receptors are in the nadis body, which is the intelligence of the Chakra System located in a layer of the Lightbody.
And so not only are various kinds of “remote viewing” possible, but they are already taking place throughout human nervous systems, albeit at levels usually beneath conscious awareness of them.
And so arises the second issue mentioned above. This has to do with what does and what does not get into conscious awareness. This, in turn, has to do turn with how parameters of conscious awareness are conditioned to function through a variety of environmental exposures and genetic causes. As we are aware, these functions are not developed in the human race, and are intentionally damaged through the exposure to many levels of environmental noise and toxins.
Assigning New Meaning to Memory
The brain is always PHYSICALLY changing at its cellular levels with respect to what is newly experienced or to new meanings that are recognized as such. The physical changes involve the sprouting of new connections being made among and between neurons and synapses, and elsewhere in the nervous system, that end up as a new circuit that will produce a jab of meaning recognition if and when the experience or meanings are encountered again.
From all of this, and specifically from the remote-viewing point of view anyway, it was slowly understood that meaning-memory already incorporated into individual reality boxes, although important enough on average, was not as important as was absent meaning-memory.
But here was a situation that had long been understood in educational systems everywhere: i.e., absent meaning-memory can be filled in by exposing individuals to meaning-information packages that were absent before. And if the exposure is sufficient enough and seen as meaningful enough, then the synapses and neurons of the brain and nervous systems will do the rest - and the resulting new circuits will be incorporated into the meaning-detecting systems already innately existing in everyone beneath conscious awareness of them.