Definition: Telepathy is the communication of thought or consciential state established between two individuals without the use of physical senses.
Etymology: The expression telepathy is derived from the Greek word “tele” meaning “distance” and “patheia” that means “to be affected by”.
History: The term telepathy was coined in 1882 by Frederick William Henry Myers, who gave the definition for this term as “the communication of impressions of any nature from one mind to another occurring independently of the common sensorial ways”.
One of the first significant experiments regarding telepathy was developed by Joseph Banks Rhine and his associates from Duke University using a rigorous and systematic protocol. These experiments were performed from 1927 using cards known as Zener cards, created by Karl Zener.
Characteristic: Telepath is a phenomenon difficult to isolate because it generally is not reciprocal, since it can happen in only one direction. One person transmits the thought to another who is the one who reads the thoughts, the latter being the one who has the telepathic ability.
Due the fact that each person has their personal perspective, misinterpretations of the analyses of the perceptions from the telepathic process can be generated which presents further difficulties.
Metaphysics used to say that a person who has good empathy is able to read the thoughts of others and can sometimes influence others through thoughts even to the point where they accept orders.
Nowadays telepathy is a parapsychic phenomena acknowledged by many of the more advanced areas of conventional science.
Types of telepathy:
- Telesthesia: capturing of a sentiment at a distance.
- Cryptesthesia: transmission of a hidden sentiment.
- Clairsentience: mind reading.
- Thought transference: unmodifiable by either distance or time.
Extraphysical Telepathy: the transmission and reception of information through thoughts from the intraphysical consciousness which is projected in the extraphysical dimension:
- To another intraphysical consciousness that is in the ordinary, physical waking state.
- To another projected intraphysical consciousness.
- To an extraphysical consciousness.
Advanced telepathy is only developed through the projection of consciousness outside the human body, because this is when the consciousness manifests beyond the limitations or conditionings of the physical body.
Communication in the dimension mental: the most advanced form of communication between consciousnesses “conscientese” is realized through the mentalsoma.
Through this mental language, a consciousness projected in the mental dimension performs the transmission of fundamental ideas in bloc and this information is instantaneously received and comprehended by the other consciousness.
Conscientese is a synonymy of transmental dialogue, consciential idiom, cosmic language, universal language mental.