How this began will probably never be answered, but it’s believed that it was constantly down played by religions all over the world. Most predominantly were Christianity and Islam. They believe that this is the power of Satan and not a tool the human mind already has inside. Because of the nature of these older religions and the stigma of telepathy, it is hard for some to have any thoughts of telepathy even truly existing.
The only faith any more is in specific religious leaders or prophets instead of putting faith in themselves as people. So why do the major religions refuse to accept that telepathy even exists? Our own opinion is that if others possess a power such as this, they can challenge the leaders of the church. Since no one wants to lose their power, they keep everyone suppressed about the matter. Granted, it’s not like this everyone, but when cases arise it’s usually the reason. Another reason telepathy is hit with such skepticism is that it has not scientific proof that it does actually exist.
While most scientists believe there is a connection between telepathy and the mind, there are some out there that just can’t accept it. On a lawful approach, some scientists believe that telepathy cannot be numerically measured, tasted, or touched. Scientists do not however have a problem in believing that intuition is a true emotion. Intuition is not far from telepathy so it is wondered why the disparity can happen when it comes to telepathy. Some believe it could be that the scientists who oppose telepathy are simply jealous. After all, it doesn’t seem fair that someone could do something like this, which is why they don’t want anyone else to have them. So instead of branding something different, it is always considered an instinctive response.
Can there really be any such thing as someone who is ‘telepathic’? Most people would probably answer ‘only in some fantasy novel.’ But, look at all the things that people do today that once upon a time would have been ‘mere fantasy': flying through the air; using the Internet to talk instantly to people thousands or millions of miles away; putting entire books on a hand-held device without needing any paper; and on and on. A modern piece of proverbial wisdom is that sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Science and technology is the domain of human beings, and we use these unique powers to discover hidden things about the natural world, hidden principles that we can then use. What was ‘impossible’ 100 years ago is today routine. We have gone to the depths of the ocean and left this planet entirely…and come back (well, some of us have, but that proves that most or all of us could).
We can convert sunlight into power and energy.
We can write a message and have it instantaneously delivered, all in tact, to someone even if they are on another continent from us.
And it’s all thanks to science, not ‘magic’, isn’t it?
Telepathy is sometimes called a “sixth sense,” which again probably means that it’s something most of us possess. We just have to be able to utilize this skill, learn about telepathy, how it works, and what we can use it for. Once we do this, we can take our own telepathic skills and put them to good use as well. Oftentimes, people under stressful situations can actually tap into their telepathy even though they’ve never been formally trained in doing so. Regardless, though, it’s a good idea to actually practice telepathy, how to do it, when you’re calm. Test yourself during these peaceful situations, by getting a partner, like a relative or friend, to help you do this. One of the ways you can do this is to gather some small items are photos together, like rubber bands, pens, pencils, and then you and your partner should sit down facing away from each other in the same room, or use different rooms.
Distractions should be nonexistent.
Now, with telepathy, how to do it, simply be absolutely “present” right now, in what you’re doing. Have one person send messages, and the other receive them. The sender of the information should take one of the objects in a time and concentrate on sending powerful mind pictures to the receiver.
Besides the items you’ve collected, you can also simply think of strong emotions, pictures, words, colors, etc. Agree on a signal before you start doing the telepathic exercises.
Telepathy refers to a form of direct mind-to-mind communication between two people. Thoughts and feelings can be exchanged, using only the minds of the communicants. To some degree, everyone has the ability to be telepathic, however, the ability to control this (power) has, on a conscious level, been lost.
There are moments we all experience this telepathic ability on a subconscious level occasionally. Think what it would be like to control this ability and use it as a way to communicate. There are those that are skeptics when it comes to the subject of any kind of powers the mind can have, but think about this: how often have you felt on top of the world, and then you run into someone who is having a bad day. Just by talking to them for a bit, you begin to feel as depressed as they are. It is the change of emotions that is transferred onto you, not the words they said to you. Their feelings seeping into your subconscious.
This is a type of mental telepathy. Studies have demonstrated that it is possible to access and activate the portion of the subconscious which is responsible for this ability. By focusing your thoughts on a specific person, you are then able to communicate with them telepathically.
Think of telepathy as if it were a foreign language. As a child, you learned your native language by listening to and imitating the people around you.
Your parents taught you to speak; but almost certainly, they did not teach you to use telepathy to communicate. This however does not mean that you don’t have telepathic abilities.
If we have never been taught by our parents to use the ‘other’ability, does that mean we will never be able to use our minds communicate? Will we be unable to do it?