We connect subconsciously with others all the time. Our minds have the capacity to learn to do this on a regular basis anytime we feel a desire to. We can develop this natural ability to use at will.
Human telepathy is a natural inborn ability. However, in the majority of humans this ability is never harnessed and guided into becoming one of the conscious senses for use in daily life. This is not to say that we do not use it. It means simply that the majority of individuals do not understand how to focus their minds in the degree of making communication likely.
Science has proven that thoughts, like radio waves, have a frequency that is measurable. If you train your mind to focus in on the frequency of your thoughts and send them where you want them to go, you’re well on your way to learning methods of communication by the mind alone.
EMPATHY Using the ability to directly experience the emotions of others is known as empathy and it is another level of mental telepathy. Some people may not have any skills in this area while others are very good at being able to mentally understand how they must be feeling. Empathy is also a skill that can be increased with training and practice over a period of time. Actors can imitate the emotions of others, when the script calls for it, even to the point of being able to make themselves laugh or cry with real tears.
Feeling sympathetic pain is another example of empathetic reactions that has been experienced by some people. They can vividly feel an injury to another person like it happened to them. For example, this is common when witnessing someone close to you getting a medical procedure done, such as an immunization.
When someone close to you is experiencing an overwhelming emotion, like a close friend going through a divorce, where you experience the same feelings of anger towards her husband, is an example. The level of long distance empathy is a higher level of mental telepathy, like a person suddenly knows that a plane is going to crash and even doomsdays the news to co-workers, because they get a sick feeling in their stomach, and then they see it on the news when they get home, is an example.
Psychologists dismiss such feelings as an overactive imagination instead of empathetic mental telepathy. It is true that they do have a point, as other senses, such as visual and audible stimulants are used here. Could we feel the sympathy pains if we did not see it? Yet, this does not explain the strange experiences of long-distance empathy
One Basic Telepathy Test:- Perhaps the simplest form of telepathy test is the card test. This is best conducted with two people and a set of psychic flash cards. The location should be quiet, without interruptions, where you both can sit and face each other and concentrate. One person will be the sender and the other person will be the receiver. The sender needs to keep the cards away from the receivers view and then send an image of the card, that he is looking at, to the receiver. This can take quite a bit of practice for the sender to focus and concentrate on the image they want the receiver to pick up. The individual receiving needs to concentrate on any impressions they are seeing in their mind.
No second guessing here. First impressions – just name the first image that comes into your head. Write down your responses after you have used the entire pack of flash cards. Take into the account the element of luck, however, some responses could just be a lucky guess. The incidence of correct answers that are high could indicate latent psychic abilities. And these abilities could , with a little patience, be developed further. But keeping in mind this is not always the best test to use for telepathy abilities. Because this other individual’s level of psychic ability may be weak and they may not send you strong images. The results may not be good because of this.
Telepathy – If a person is called ‘telepathic’ does it really does exist? Many people do not think so. They dismiss the idea as a science fiction or even mysticism. However, everyday we live with lap tops, cp’s and cell phones where information is retrieved from invisibility waves in the air. People travel daily in jets regularly and anyone can command a glowing fire from a cigarette lighter. As Arthur C. Clarke once said ‘Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic’.
It is certainly true that technology has advanced almost beyond what we could have imagined even fifty years ago.
Using technology which is out of date by today’s standards we have walked on the moon, visited the bottom of the ocean and created communication technologies which work without wires it most certainly would appear to someone living a century ago that ours is a world filled with magic and unexplainable phenomena.