Thursday, April 8, 2010

Telepathy Development

Telepathy is a generalized term that refers collectively to the reception and transmission of thoughts between minds that does not rely on sensory output in order for information to be exchanged. Of course the five conventional senses are normally used in every day communication on a conscious or subconscious level, but we also utilize another form of communication that directly links one person's mind to another.

Telepathy is divided into several categories and subcategories. The four main focuses of the field of telepathy are deferred, intuitive, emotive, and superconscious telepathy. Deferred Telepathy, also known as "Latent" telepathy is the transmission of information across time as well as space, usually transmitting information into the past to the self or one other. This should not, however, be confused with Precognition and Post-cognition, both of which are used by psychic detectives and is an observation of information coming from another time and/or place. Emotive telepathy is the transmission of sensations (including emotion) across space through an altered state of mind. And finally, superconscious telepathy is the tapping of the mind into the noosphere, or greater collective consciousness of humanity.

The first step toward being able to transmit and receive telepathic impulses is the quieting of the mind in order to allow less of a metaphorical screen between the psychic and the world they wish to perceive. The first important step is to be able to find a place mentally where the consciousness is open to receive images, thoughts, and emotions that have been leaked into the world around them by another either knowingly or unknowingly. This state of mind is sometimes difficult to reach through normal meditative means, as observations indicate the required state of mind is in the Alpha, or highest state of functioning in the mind. Naturally, many find it difficult to think in an Alpha state while undergoing hypnosis. Luckily, our binaural entrainment is specially tuned not only to get you into the Alpha state, but guide you to the exact specific frequency required to both transmit and receive information.

Ideally, the development of Extra Sensory Perception is an ongoing process. If you wish to gauge your natural tendency toward reading the minds of another, you can perform a simple experiment to see your starting point. Have a friend or family member hold an index or playing card with one of five symbols on it. Ensure you cannot see the card, and ideally you should be facing away from them so nothing but psionic energy is influencing your observation of their thoughts. Zener cards, as they're called are a basic tool of measuring psychic energy and traditionally have one of five symbols on them. The five recognizable symbols in Zener cards are a circle, a cross, three parallel wavy lines, a square, and a star. Though Zener cards are most used by parapsychologists, some people use simple playing cards. Statistically you should have a one in five, or 20% chance of guessing the symbols on the cards each time. Guessing the right card more than 20% of the time indicates an already developing psychic talent that could be nurtured into a more powerful tool.

Experiments with Zener cards can begin with small tests (10 declarations of the symbols of random cards, randomizing the deck each time), but more statistically accurate tests may require 50 or even 100 declarations.

If you do not guess more than 20%, you may be dangerously closed off to the thoughts of others, and require psychic development even more. Once you've begun testing your own psychic talent, and implemented our therapy to help this development, you may notice that you are more "open" to the thoughts of friends and family at some times than others. Multiple tests at different times can help gauge when you will need our therapy most. In time you can develop your abilities into a psychic powerhouse.

Thank you for taking a moment to look at our telepathy guide. In time, as telepathy is implemented more, we will all be able to understand one another in ways not limited to simple language.

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