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					                           How To Successfully Practise Telepathy

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The basic definition of telepathy is feeling another's reactions or thoughts without using what is
categorical called the five senses. Telepathy is often referred to as the sixth sense. This allows us
to sense things without being face to face with someone.
In short, we can put telepathy on its own pedestal regarding a language.

It is highly known amongst those involved in animal husbandry, that many species have some
form of telepathic behavior. Whether it be insects that are communal to the dolphins who use a
more obvious form of telepathy called sonar, the fact is that telepathy is real for many critters.

You will also hear about anthropologists who believe that many of the primitive tribes out there
today can utilize this power. While it's not easy to do, they have been able to harness the abilities
of telepathy.

Telepathy does not need to be feared nor it is very well understood, but it is apart of every humans
make up. Many have had telepathic experiences without even knowing it. Maybe it was taught to
young children of primitive civilizations they way we teach our children today to speak and read. If
one had difficulty, there were probably shown ways to over come the difficulty in learning to use

It may just be that it has been bred out of us or that we lost the need for it due to other forms of

Some people consider this another sense altogether. That is considered to be the sixth sense to
many. It also comes in many other names depending on the era and region. It is now basically
considered an instinct.

Have you ever had a gut feeling? We all have so it is nothing out of the ordinary. You hear stories
of mothers who felt that their daughter was in danger on the other side of the country or of twins
that could sense that something was amiss with their other half. This gut feeling or instinct is
actually a form of telepathy.You may not want to admit it but there is no real argument here. You
are experiencing the exact definition of what telepathy is!
What you'll find is that our society has simply lost touch with the ability to utilize our telepathic
power; but why was this?

More formalized religion can surely take some of the blame. Most forms of structured religious
beliefs do not adhere to the fact that telepathy exists, instead it is assumed and associated with
darker cultures. This gives the common man a fear of what telepathy can do that may be evil.

The debate over this subject continues to surface every now and again, but the truth of the matter
is that religions have a lot of power over our civilization. We are taught that our own natural
abilities should be pushed aside for the Messiah, the Savior, or the Prophet (depending on your

Why, you may ask yourself, are the major religions so vehemently against the idea of telepathy?

It may be that when it comes to religion, it is easier for the men in power within the churches to
simply say is their god because then the people who follow that religion will accept it as divine
power and will more readily accept that they do not have the power of telepathy at all. It may make
a religion seem more important if the spiritual leader can communicate with his god through

Telepathy is not thought of as a genuine article by most in the scientific community.

The doubting Thomas' of today need to see proof and where there is none, they believe that it
does not actually exist. It cannot me measured, touched or tasted so how can it possibly be?
Without that, most people will not take it serious. The contradiction of course is that they have
'faith' in their religion yet because their religion tells them that this is only a thing of evil, they now
believe that it doesn't exist. It just doesn't make any sense.

Instead you will find that we classify telepathic experiences as connections and instincts. We
believe this is true only because those scientists, who try to bring the negative side to it, can't
experience it themselves. However, they're always quick to acknowledge a strange or gut feeling
as an instinct. While this wouldn't normally be a big deal, it's hard to understand considering these
traits are just as elusive as telepathy.

Could it be jealousy on the part of those scientists who cannot exercise their own telepathic
abilities so don't want anyone to have them? And could it at other times be labeling a phenomenon
as being the more familiar 'instinctive-ness response' when really it was telepathic in nature?

As to why humanity began losing touch with telepathy at all, perhaps it's as simple as the Tower of
Babylon story--perhaps the languages that were confused by God or the gods were not just those
of speech but also the language of telepathy.
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