How Does Telepathy Work?

What is Telepathy?

The process of mental telepathy is the transfer of thoughts and images from one mind to another with only using the mind, which can mean several different things (for example, but not limited to); being able to read someone else’s thoughts, having the ability to tell if someone is lying, or even be able to predict events that will happen in the future. All of this is known as telepathy, which allows someone to telepathically know a person’s innermost thoughts without them having spoke a single word out loud, giving them the ability to know someone’s secrets and desires as if they were an open book and you were reading them. Someone with the ability to do that must be highly skilled in telepathy and be able to control their ‘power’, otherwise a person’s thoughts might just become a jumbled mess in their mind as someone else’s thoughts mixes with their own.

Is Telepathy Real?

While telepathy is well known among people, it’s not believed by many to exist outside of science-fiction, superhero movies, and that of the like. Even scientific consensus debunks telepathy as a real phenomenon. However, there are many government organizations, scientists, doctors, and other kinds of professionals that have been studying the art of telepathy for decades in an attempt to understand how exactly it is that telepathy works among individuals. There are several forms of telepathy besides being able to read someone else’s mind; Divination and precognition are two more. Those who are able to read other’s thoughts may also have the ability to transfer their own thoughts to someone else as well. Some telepaths have even claimed to be able to communicate with the dead. It’s also said that those who have telepathic powers are more open to being able to feel the emotional state of others and even reflexively feeling that particular way themselves even without having wished to.

The Four Types of Telepathy:

The more technical terms for each type of telepathy are as follows; Latent telepathy (Which was formerly called ‘Deferred telepathy’ because of the time-lag between the transmission and reception of information) which is the basic transmission of thoughts; Precognitive and intuitive telepathy, which is almost the same as latent telepathy in the way that it’s also the transfer of information exception this form of telepathy transfers thoughts of the past, future, and present state of someone’s mind to someone else’s; Emotive telepathy, (also known as remote influence or simply emotional transfer), is the transmission of kinesthetic sensations as opposed to thoughts; and finally, superconscious telepathy, which involves the holder to tap into the superconscious in order to gather knowledge by accessing the collective wisdom of the human species. Several forms of telepathy is known as Parapsychology.

Studies on Telepathy Continue:

Telepathy was studied by The Society for Physical Research, which was founded in 1882 in PPTelepathyEngland, where a number of experiments and studies followed. After the society had produced startling results with claims of success with telepathy, it was later revealed that the gathered research had been falsified and that many of the test subjects had cheated in the studies. However, that didn’t stop other organizations from conducting their own studies and further exploring the psychic discipline where extensive studies continue. All forms of telepathy has been debunked by skeptics who think any successful study about the ability is nothing more than inconclusive and falsified results. Despite the high amount of skepticism that surrounds telepathy and other types of physic ‘powers’ and their claims that all the research that claims telepathy does, in fact, exist, doesn’t stop more organizations from pursuing their own studies to find out how the psychic discipline works.

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