Thursday, November 26, 2009

The Forgotten Powers Of Telepathy

By E Lucas Cox

The basic definition of telepathy is feeling anothers reactions or thoughts without using what is categorical called the five senses. Telepathy is often referred to as the sixth sense. This allows us to sense things without being face to face with someone.

When you are thinking of speaking on another plane, you could be speaking telepathically. It is highly known amongst those involved in animal husbandry, that many species have some form of telepathic behavior. Whether it be insects that are communal to the dolphins who use a more obvious form of telepathy called sonar, the fact is that telepathy is real for many critters.

Some anthropologists are also fully convinced that there are some primitive tribes who today can still use the power of telepathy to communicate with one another.

Even though telepathy is not a widely spoken about, it is not as uncommon as you might think. This used to be a regular occurrence in human behavior. Just as much as what your native tongue or what you look like depends on where and who you are born to, telepathy used to be the same. It is thought that those who do not naturally feel the telepathy, can be trained to remember it again. That most just have a learning problem as someone with dyslexia has a problem with letters and numbers.

One of the abilities it is thought we had as humans long ago was telepathy, but that has evolved out of our consciousness. It is felt that this sixth sense was as normal as the other senses.

As mentioned before, telepathy has some times gone by the sixth sense. Another common analogy for telepathy is the third eye. This is the eye that sees beyond our normal vision.

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.

It is difficult to pinpoint why most of humanity would have lost touch with their telepathic powers and stopped believing in them. One problem with learning telepathy today definitely has to do with ascendant religions. Religions today, especially Christianity and Islam, tend to distrust telepathy as being some kind of Satanic tool or proof of demon possession.

These religions among us have come to have such power over society that a great many people have been taught to put no faith in telepathy, but only in 'the Messiah' or 'the Savior' or 'the Prophet' rather than in their own natural abilities.

Because of the celestial quality of formalized religious gods, whether they be Christian, Jewish or Muslim, most of the traditional influential people have nixed the idea of telepathy as it does not fit in with faith of said gods. It is rare, but more modern day theology pursuers are beginning to realize that telepathy may indeed exist.

Another problem the modern world has with telepathy is its elusiveness from an orthodox scientific perspective. Despite the evidence for telepathy that has been uncovered by biologists, anthropologists, some open-minded physicists, and everyday people who have the experiences, the common scientific view is that telepathy cannot be numerically measured, or tasted, or touched precisely enough to be given serious consideration.

Yet, emotions and instincts are known and accepted to exist by scientists. So it would seem that what we have here is simple prejudice: scientists can feel emotions themselves so they have to accept them. Instincts can also be felt by humans, and instincts are needed to explain much animal behavior, so they feel compelled to accept them, too. Yet these things are as elusive as telepathy.

Whether scientists choose to call it instinct or just refuse to believe because they do not experience it themselves is mute, the point is it just because you do not feel it does no mean it does not exist.

It is hard to say when we humans became bereft of our natural telepathy. Perhaps the gods decided that we no longer needed it.

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