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  • adj. Not ordinary


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  • It could have been from natural, preternatural, or nonordinary causes, which sounded to me like the same stuff that any exorcist or deliverance ministry would deal with.


  • The cell is the interface between ordinary and nonordinary reality; possibilities exist here that we have barely begun to understand or develop.

    Cell-Level Healing

  • Creating through Imagination covers an introduction to the visionary, opening the higher centers, relationship energetics, trance and nonordinary realities, and medicine tools.

    You’re Certifiable

  • The foundation offers training in core shamanism, the universal and near-universal shamanic methods of entering nonordinary reality for problem solving and healing.

    You’re Certifiable

  • The method uses accelerated breathing, evocative music, focused energy release, and mandala drawing to unleash the spontaneous healing potential of the psyche in nonordinary states of consciousness.

    You’re Certifiable

  • Like festivals, uprisings cannot happen every day -- otherwise they would not be "nonordinary."


  • According to a literature "nonordinary reality" or SSC has been monitored and does show altered brain activity, which is different from other trance and seizure states.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • AugustThe Legend of Bagger Vance Robert Redford directs distinctly nonordinary people: Matt Damon, Will Smith, Charlize Theron.

    The Battle For Summer

  • When people see “ghosts” or “angels,” isn’t it possible they are seeing different kinds of light, nonordinary light by our optical standards?

    The Wonder of Children


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