Communication, what is it? Telepathy has been one of the most highly researched areas of psychic phenomena. It’s mystery is awe inspiring and it continues to be one of the most sought after “skills” within the online communities. Despite this, it’s development is very minimal and many people don’t ever get past “field scanning” throughout their entire times practicing the skill. So why then do we have individuals in the past like Wolf Messing, and others who seem to develop this ability to extraordinary levels that everyone else is only able to dream and fantasize about?
The issue lies within the understanding of communication and human nature. As the first question in this post asks, what is communication? Communication is, in the simplest form, the act of conveying information. The flawed understanding of people pursuing E.S.P related skills, is that communication has anything to do with words. It’s not a mystery, and definitely not anything new, but only 7% of communication has anything to do with WHAT we say. 38% is based on HOW we say something, and the biggest chunk, 55% being body language.
With this put out there for everyone to soak in for a second, let’s reevaluate the approach many take to “telepathy.” I put telepathy in quotes because what we are pursing is mind to mind communication through non conventional means, like a sixth sense. To me this can be perceived just a little differently, because what we are trying to develop in essence is simply the ability to portray a message without speaking. In it’s simplest form, we perform this every day, all of the time. We pick up on signals from others, and actually make major judgments about a person in just the first few seconds of meeting them. That’s neither here nor there, but reevaluating telepathy begins with this understanding.
If we are pursuing the most effective way to practice or develop a telepathic skill we should first understand what communication involves. Just saying a word over and over again in your head and attempting to rude-fully “will” that thought onto another is one way… A clearly ineffective way… Another way is to utilize what we now understand about communication to our advantage.
I understand that for many this will be a wake up call and perhaps very frustrating to those who spent so much time on the old dead-end methods of developing related skills, I however don’t think it’s a bad thing. Where we first need to begin is in understanding a bit about body language. The most important thing is understanding yourself and not necessarily the mechanics or deeper psychological interpretations of body language (couldn’t hurt though), but of what works and what doesn’t.
The most basic thing to first learn is that open = inviting, closed = insecure/intimidating. If you are walking down the street and you are smiling, if gives people the impression you are in a good mood and speaking to you is “safe.” If however it’s the opposite, and you have a frown or angry _look_ then people will steer clear. How you walk, stand, look, etc… all has significant affects on how and what people think of you.
We use body language to portray or receive if an individual is; Attentive, Aggressive, Bored, Tired, Defensive, Motivated, Shy, Out-Going, etc… Everything we feel or think is portrayed by little twitches in facial expression, breathing patterns, etc… This can be extremely advantageous, however also very detrimental. The second being due to those individuals whose body’s don’t seem to be exactly in tune with their emotional well-being. For instance, an individual who meditates on a regular basis is less likely to put off an extremely moody appearance even if they are having a bad day. This is due to breathing, if you meditate more, especially mindfulness meditation, then breath control is the most important thing. Such an individual would know that not only can emotions control the breath, but the breath can control the emotions.
This is irrelevant, however, to an individual pursuing telepathy through body language. Why? Because when it comes to actually portraying a message, using the knowledge of body language emphasizes the initial message intended to be sent, so one way or another that other individual will pick up on it. This does depend on the ability of the “sender” and the receptivity of the “receiver.”
The smart person sitting over there has probably already raised the question… How is this whole body language thing even relevant when we are dealing with a communication happening over large distances? I’ll touch on that in one second, but first I want to touch on the “receivers” side of all of this. Prior to even touching on how or what to do whatever it is we are trying to accomplish, how does all of this help you receive these messages? Once you have a more accomplished understanding of how to do all this, which only comes from experience and experimentation, then picking up on subtle things becomes a lot easier. I still recommend meditation in a major way for aiding in this process, but that entire idea of consciously and willfully “linking” and “downloading” information is one I don’t find necessary. If you simply “open” yourself up and await certain information, that should suffice, simply because consciously as well as subconsciously you know what your intentions are, and applying energy towards those intentions are what brings about the outcome.
So moving on into how we do all of this… Imagine an individual giving a speech to a high school about the inner workings of quantum mechanics. Using words alone the vast majority of the audience will be lost because the presenter will be using words, phrases, and/or equations that they have never come into contact with. If however the presenter spoke, but also showed examples in animations, used graphs, pictures, even music, then the audience would have more ways to pick up on what is being said, thus learning and gaining more from the presentation than they would have previously.
So when we are trying to “send” a message to someone, we should first not exactly try to do this by any one specific way. If I want someone to for instance, play with my hair. I first need to go down a list in my mind of what that would mean to both me and the individual:
My mood would probably need to be open/innocent/sleepy.
My body language would need to register these.
The receiver would have to be willing.
How would that individual react to such things, or rather, what are common traits portrayed by someone who is willing to play with someone elses hair? Perhaps loving, kind, etc…
Then we would move towards actual actions. While I project the experience occurring I see how it would all play out in my head and proceed with the actual scenario. I lay down in a certain way, just as I had planned out, and while still projecting that, the desired outcome eventually occurs, without any words every being exchanged.
This example is fairly trivial, but an exact word for word example is kind of hard to write out. As you might have noticed I used some words I haven’t touched on yet.
Project… In this example I do not mean the “normal” use for the word, that being to scream or “loudly” project a word, phrase, or image out. By project I mean relax and play in your head. I can see a lot of people are confused right now, so I’m failing miserably at getting my point across. So here’s this…
Sending: To send a method with this mindset we need a few things.
1. A goal intended. (Intent)
2. Visualization. I do not mean just visual, I mean Tactical as well. Every sense should be utilized.
3. A receiver or target.
You begin by first seeing the occurrence take place, If it’s a message like a word, phrase, or command, see in your head how a person may respond to such a message.
Then see how you would say that message if doing so verbally, how would you be standing, looking, even breathing if you were standing in front of that person? Get as many details in mind as you feel is needed. I have never found the need to over complicate everything, myself.
If you aren’t able to paint a pretty picture that’s okay. My visual visualization skills are terrible compared to more tactical methods I use, so I may feel, hear, or react in my mind far better than actually seeing the situation transpire.
After you have this play-by-play in your mind, project it. If you are actually in front of the individual, beginning to do your part as far as body language or changing how you “feel” helps more than you would believe.
And that’s it. It’s really a more trial and error system and the differences are major. At first glance it could appear that it’s just a hybrid of telepathic suggestion methodologies and projection but it’s far more border line real-time law of attraction and basic intent based “casting.”
A helpful tip would be to not exactly see the projection as being something you hope to happen, more so see it as something that is going to happen, and start small. Expectation is powerful, far more powerful than wishful thinking in my experience. If you expect what you imagine to occur without a doubt than I’m sure you will be seeing more results than before. When it comes to sending without seeing your target the same principals apply, it just takes some creativity on your part. Seeing how they would react and type, text or what they would say, etc… The more I would send or do something similar the less I actually thought about it, but still used the same method.
It’s more like I was using this method without thought and am now just trying to word it, which is slightly difficult. This is also still just scratching the surface and I hope I at least gave you a foundation of thought to start building upon yourself. I’ll be writing the final and probably much longer installment to the Physical to Non-Physical: ESP series soon. That won’t be just thinking out loud and a run through, I intend on actually sitting down and writing everything in article format as opposed to blog post format. So if you aren’t exactly understanding what I’ve been trying to say as of right now, that installment should clear everything up and hopefully get you started seeing results sooner than later.
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