Telepathy is the ability to directly communicate with the mind of another person or animal, whether close by or at a distance. It is sometime called mind reading. Sigmund Freud noticed often. He termed it a regressive, primitive faculty that was lost in the course of evolution, but which still had the ability to manifest itself under certain conditions. Psychiatrist Carl G. Jung thought it more important. Telepathy is very common between twins and parents often get a “feeling” that something is wrong when a child is in trouble.
To practice and develop telepathy, you will need to work with another person or a pet. Some ways to test your skills:
- Ask a friend to think of a number then guess what it is
- Ask a friend to look at an object and form a clear picture of it in her mind, than guess what it is
- Try to send an image to your friend and see if the friend gets the message
- Mentally send a friend a message to call you and see if he does (do not try to force another person to do something unless they have agreed to the experiment. It is very wrong to use mental force.)
- Send your pet a simple instruction such as “turn around and look at me”. Ask, don’t command
- Of your pet is sick, try asking what’s wrong and expect the pet to answer mentally
I haven’t practiced telepathy much except for trying to communicate with my dogs. I have had some success in sending thought to them but I haven’t learned to understand the thoughts they send back. I do sometimes get feelings from them, but it’s not always obvious where the feeling is coming from. Recently I had to take one of my dogs to the vets for a bad ear infection. I realized later that my ears had been bothering me for a few days causing me to clean them out several times a day. After treating the dog’s infection for a few days, my ears stopped bothering me. I have mentioned before on this blog that I am sometimes empathic.
If you get really interested in telepathy or communicating with pets, there are a number of books on the subject that can help.