basic definition of telepathy is feeling anothers 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.
When you are thinking of speaking on another plane, you could be speaking telepathically. 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.
Some anthropologists are also fully convinced that there are some primitive tribes who today can still use the power of telepathy to communicate with one another.
There are many common cases of telepathy, though it is still considered by some to just be witch craft or that telepathy does not exist at all. While the reality is that one can learn this ability as one learns other aspects of human life such as writing and talking to one another in a way that is comprehensible. If we have problems with these tasks, we do not say they do not exist because we can not learn them, we just adapt our learning to circumvent the block or problem that causes the learning disability.
One of the abilities it is thought we had as humans long ago was telepathy, but that has evolved out of our consciousness. It is felt that this sixth sense was as normal as the other senses.
As mentioned before, telepathy has some times gone by the sixth sense. Another common analogy for telepathy is the third eye. This is the eye that sees beyond our normal vision.
Many experience telepathy with out even knowing what it is. Do you ever get the heebie jeebies and do not know why? That can be a form of telepathy know as intuition. Have you ever changed a constant routine just because you have a weird feeling about taking your normal route just to find out an accident had happened where you were supposed to be traveling and at the same time as well. This may leave you to wonder if you may have been involved had you kept to your regular route. This is your intuition speaking to your, or your telepathy that there was potential danger.
It may be wondered by some when did we stop having more profound telepathy as opposed to intuition. 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.
These religions among us have come to have such power over society that a great many people have been taught to put no faith in telepathy, but only in 'the Messiah' or 'the Savior' or 'the Prophet' rather than in their own natural abilities.
But this does beg the question, why would religions come to be so distrustful of telepathy in the first place? The answer is likely to lie in the power hunger of so many religious 'leaders' and authorities who don't want their own alleged divine powers challenged by telepaths. Of course, not every religious leader is like this, but too many are and have been throughout history.
Scientists have a basic need to be able to explain any event. Because of the elusive nature of telepathy, they do not believe it exists even though many people have had these experiences in their lives. A lot of testing has been done on known telepaths but still the scientific community as a whole has discounted these revelations. They assume there is some type of hoax involved as some of these tests have not been in controlled situations.
Yet, emotions and instincts are known and accepted to exist by scientists. So it would seem that what we have here is simple prejudice: scientists can feel emotions themselves so they have to accept them. Instincts can also be felt by humans, and instincts are needed to explain much animal behavior, so they feel compelled to accept them, too. Yet these things are as elusive as telepathy.
There may be a sort of envy involved when it comes to telepathy. It is felt that scientists may decide to ignore the fact or to mislabel telepathy as instinct.
It is hard to say how we lost our original telepathic ability. It may be that with the advancement of men and technology, we lost our need to be more telepathic.
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