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Some Prominent Features of Telepathy

Telepathy is a human instinct that lays inactive in most of us but allows us to strike our hidden abilities in times of crisis. It is believed extrasensory intuitive communication directly from one person’s mind to another’s without speech, writing, or other signs or symbols. So we can say when the resources of two unconscious minds link together on the same frequency, it is called telepathy.
The term telepathy was first used by English essayist and poet Frederic W. H. Myers in 1882. For instance, if a person in one room knowing what a person in another room is thinking. Telepathy is usually considered one of three kinds of extrasensory perception (ESP), the other two being clairvoyance (the ability to visualize or perceive remote objects and events) and precognition (the ability to foretell future events).

”¢    Telepathy is not something we can do time and again with conscious efforts, it is rather evoke naturally with more practice and we can become more accurate with more practice.
”¢    Telepathy can be either perceptive or projective or; we either send or receive message.
”¢    Be patient! The other person may not be a good receiver, try to think about person, you are contacting with. Do not guess, but try to feel the atmosphere. Sit quietly and wait for any thoughts or images to pop into your mind.
”¢    Concentrate and try to see your receiver responding in your mind. Because telepathy is the concept of minds sending and receiving information without the senses, using something related to thought waves or radio waves.
”¢    When people spend more time together, their ability to connect each other’s mind become stronger with the passage of time. For instance mother-child, friend-friend … generally have strong desires to communicate each other.

”¢    Dreams are other source of telepathic messages. People often dream of lost loved ones who frequently seem to be offering advice or warnings.
”¢    Most probably, telepathy strike under extreme circumstances especially in crisis.