How can we use Telepathy?

Telepathy became available to general public long before 2011. When Guinness Book of World Records made a new category  created to set in the new set of mind controlled toys that the world has seen recently. Companies like BCI toys and NeuroSky have brought telepathy to the general public. MindFlex made with collaboration with NeuroSky is ranked in Times Magazines in top 100 toys of all time. The player is able to float a ball with the help of an anelectroencephalogram which measures a person’s concentration level. The headset then communicates with the ball to allow it to float with the help of a fan.

Our scientists are obsessed with the search in the field of brain-computer interface since the late 90s. A man machine bridge is considered to be possible but nevertheless remains untouched due to the absence of information regarding our brain. Such technology induced telepathy is also called “Techlepathy or Synthetic telepathy” Our mind is generally electrical signals, so is computers. Studies in brain-waves indicate that variation in frequencies varies the function of the brain in different ways. The states are achieved through conscious and subconscious brain acting in harmony.

Mental Telepathy however differs in the way that it is a mode of communication where your inner-most thoughts become available to others without the use of five senses. Telepathy is more in tune with that small voice within all of us. A form of energy that has a natural connection with everything. Human babies known to communicate through this mode before they learn the speech. The mother and child however seem to in some cases remain in deep connection through this telepathic pattern. It seems that speech suppresses this ability.

There is no such thing as learning Telepathy, since you already know it. It is more of a re-discovery process. It refers to the dormant spiritual potentials which remains hidden behind the curtains of unknowing. Your mere thought of practicing it will induce throbbing on the frontal right side of your brain. That is where this potential is felt.

 

Simple Exercises for telepathy

Telepathy is much about concentration, when we concentrate we connect with the energy of it, and thus through this connection we are able to send and receive information in the forms of videos, images, colors and emotional states of others.

 

Exercise no 1 (Developing Mind wave potential)

1. Think about an image

2.  Close your eyes and picture it exactly how you want to send

3.  Now concentrate in your mind upon a blank screen in your mind without opening your eyes

4.  Draw this image upon that blank dark screen

5.  Now imagine the person in your mind to whom you want to send it to exactly how they appear in your mind while sending

6. Now imagine the information from the screen going towards them

7. Imagine the black screen becoming dark again because the information is now gone

8. Whisper to their subconscious mind like “send message”, “like”, “Read”, “See”, “Hear” whispering to their subconscious mind

Exercise no 2 (Synchronizing the meta-physical characteristics of mind)

1> Sit down with the person you want to connect

2> Lay several different color pencils between the two of you

3> Decide who will be the sender and who will be the receiver

4> Sender selects a color from the colored pencils in their mind without showing Receiver

5> Then they concentrate on sending the image of the colored pencil as it comes in their mind using Exercise 1

6> Receivers job is to first look in their mind by closing eyes and allowing the senses to calm, or in a meditation like state

7> Then the receiver will guess with the color pattern which they see and guesses. Keep Practicing till it becomes 100% accurate

8> Switch sides and repeat the exercise over and over again

 

Once start do not stop before an hour, and when it becomes fun do not drain your energy by doing it more than an hour. A powerful Telepathic session can lasts no more than 3 minutes.

 

Footnotes:

Technology Mediated Telepathy: A Natural Language Brain Computer Interface - A Study of Berkley University