It is felt that with the advent of Christianity and Muslim religions, humans began to lose their sense of telepathy or sixth sense. This is because these religions have claimed that this gift or sense was a vice of the darker powers of the world and not a positive and natural ability. This type of censorship has effectively helped to eradicate the sixth sense from existence and we no longer trust our telepathic ability. When we have a telepathic occurrence, we now associate it with a higher power instead of within ourselves.
We feel that the higher power we believe in is the reason for our instincts and abilities. Of course, the flip side of the argument is why does organized religion preach so vehemently that telepathy does not exist? By eradicating any trace of this element of human nature, they force the trust onto religious icons instead. Of course this is not true with everyone, or we would not even know that telepathy is a genuine talent. Telepathy is not thought of as a genuine article by most in the scientific community. There are some scientists who are a little more open and have linked telepathy to certain times in history but the hard nosed members of this group say that if it cannot be measured mathematically, then it does in fact not exist.
That being the case, it cannot seriously be considered as reality. Scientists do however agree that we do have a certain instinctual nature as do all creatures in nature. There is a bias when it comes to telepathy however. Since most scientists do not nor will they allow themselves to try and learn to tap into their base telepathic nature, there is no reason for them to change their stance on the subject.
There may be envy involved as well. Even those with high IQ’s and degrees can feel envious of something they do not have themselves, or choose not to acknowledge. By calling it instinct, they leave themselves room to have a certain belief that undermines the envy.
Here is An Intermediate Telepathy Test:- Once it becomes noticeable that your results are improving with the basic test for telepathy, you should start to increase your range a little more.
Conduct the basic telepathy flash cards and this would be the easiest.
This time have the sender and receiver in separate room. Use a speaker phone or another device to verify images being received by the receiver. Once again, this step could take a little practice and patients, as it’s often more difficult to send images telepathically over a longer distance, but it’s also a little harder to pick up images with the chance of distraction interfering with results. There are many telepathy tests you can use to not only check for the presence of psychic ability but also to practice and strengthen your telepathic skills. The best way to choose a telepathy test is to work with one that suits your schedule and feels comfortable for you.
This is a resourceful technique for learning how to focus your mind and your inborn telepathic abilities.
There are equally powerful ways to learn to focus when two people are involved. A quick way to practice with two people. Send and Receive – One of you will send and the other one will receive. Discuss which one will be which. Assuming you are the sender, here is how it works.
The receiver should keep pen and paper handy to write down any impressions he may receive.
If the sender focuses on an object, the receiver may at first think he is just inventing things from his own mind, but make sure the receiver writes down all thoughts and impressions so that they can be compared to yours later. Visualization – The sender should initially select clear, uncomplicated images for the recipient. Examples are red apples, yellow bananas or a white moon. These will help you retain your focus.
Over the years animal trainers and scientists have come to understand that animals use telepathic communications when connecting with one another. However, this can also extend over a far distance and not just when in close proximety.
Many believe that ancient man inherently had this ability to communicate with each other as a necessity of survival and that some may not have lost this ability over time. So, telepathy is not some strange, esoteric subject–at least, it should not be. Telepathy should be seen as just as much of a birthright and inherent, learnable ability as language; and just as we recognize someone who can’t speak correctly or has difficulty learning how to read or talk as having a problem, so we should recognize those who can’t develop their telepathic powers as having a similar defectiveness in their learning! Instead, our society has alienated this skill and has failed to hone it to perfection over the years. It should be groomed as we would speech, music and our natural senses but it is not. Some may know about our sixth sense, the intuition as some call it.
The idea of telepathy may have just shifted to be called by a new name. Intuition is a form of telepathy. You know that feeling that someone is watching your or the hair on your arms starts to tingle? That is telepathy in its purest form. Most of the time when you have these feelings, you are correct in your assessment. How many times have your children woken you up by just looking at you while you sleep, intuitively, even in your sleeping state you sense that someone is there and wake up.