Thursday, November 26, 2009

Learn Telepathy - A Natural Ability!

By Georgia McClough

Did you know that people can all learn telepathy? This is the ability to sense and transmit our feelings to others over a distance without the use of words or our five physical senses. This mind to mind communication happens instantly, and can even happen over enormous distances.

If you think you can't learn telepathy, it's time to reassess things. You may already have had a telepathic experience of some kind, but there's a good chance you didn't know that was what was happening. You may not have noticed it at all! One common type is thinking about someone you haven't thought about or talked to for a long time, then getting a phone call or email from them shortly afterward.

What happened was, one or both of you telepathically made contact with the other, transmitting emotions of affection, longing, wonder at their current state of affairs, or something like that.

This telepathic contact sparked them to contact you verbally. Maybe you thought of them first, and they received your feelings and were prompted to contact you. Or, maybe they signaled to you, your thoughts of them were return signals (without you realizing it) and that gave them the go-ahead to make further contact. And it could have been that they were preparing to contact you and you telepathically perceived it before they actually did the action.

Many people believe that they can't learn telepathy for one reason or another. This might be because they have a religious background that teaches them that this kind of contact is evil or sorcerous. In these cases, they don't try to learn it, and suppress their existing telepathic experiences. Many people have also been told that telepathy is irrational and superstitious, due to the lack of available scientific evidence.

One real barrier that people find when learning telepathy is believing a particular myth. This idea is that regular, spoken language is less important or useful than telepathy, that's it's inferior. Some people think that as our telepathic abilities decayed over time, we were forced to learn speech. This isn't any more true than the belief that telepathy is a product of Satan. Words and telepathy can go together just like the words to a song go with the music.

In this analogy, the music is telepathy and the lyrics are spoken language, with each working to enhance the other. Words have the ability to define and clarify telepathic messages, which is why we have them. Unfortunately, dependence on spoken language causes telepathy to be neglected and forgotten.

So, if your interest is peaked and you want to open up new doors of perception and closeness with other people, how can you learn telepathy? It's actually not nearly as difficult as it sounds to the uninitiated. All it takes is what everything takes: practice.

First, you should partner up with someone, preferably a long-established friend, who shares your open-minded attitude about the possibility of telepathic powers. In fact if it's possible, partner up with someone who burns with the desire to learn it (as hopefully you also do). When you're starting out you need all the positive reinforcement you can get.

The next thing you must do is separate from your partner. You don't have to go far, but you need to be unable to see one another or to give one another conscious or unconscious cues. Relax as much as you can, since tension can really interfere with the process. Clear your mind of stress and concerns. Make sure you have a way of getting in touch with your partner once you're done - a telephone is an excellent choice.

You'll want to have an agreement about who will go first. That person will visualize the other person in their mind as clearly as possible, then think about a connection between you. Common imagery involves a light surrounding both people or a thread of energy connecting them.

The next thing to do is to send a thought through that thread or from one light into the other. This is like a web transmission or phone call. Keep it simple to start with and go with the clearest thought possible. Make it something the other person can't guess without contact, though!

When you feel that the telepathic transmission has been completed, the next step is contacting your partner to ask them if they saw anything, and what it was if they did. Compare notes, then trade places and have the other person send.

When you are beginning, if you don't feel that you were able to transmit after 15 minutes, stop for a while. Your first attempts should be kept brief so that you don't exhaust yourselves and so you don't become frustrated and allow negative feelings to settle in.

If you want to learn telepathy, the most important thing is to keep your mind positive about it, and don't give up until you start to get results. You'll be entering into a new and wondrous universe!

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