This is one of the powers that we've lost over the centuries - the extension of the 'non-verbal intelligence' within us - allowing it to blend freely throughout the universe.
Dear me. If you are not interested in conversation - why make irrational nonsensical claims?
Mostly water. What does that have to do with your claims?
Yes. What does that have to do with your claims?
You have answered: 'Yes' (i.e. We are nothing but our bodies.)
Where exactly in your body did that answer originate? If you think that your fingers can think - that's another issue.
In my mind, which is part of my body. What does this have to do with your claims? Stop asking pointless questions please and answer my question.
Mostly water. What does this have to do with your claims? Stop asking pointless questions please and answer my question.
What does this have to do with your claims? Stop asking pointless questions please and answer my question.
It has much to do with telepathy. If you don't know what consciousness exactly is - you can't rightfully assume that it can not communicate with another consciousness - one that it loves - without the aid of any physical means. That possibility remains open.
Really? Now it is simply a possibility? You claimed we had this power and lost it. Prove your claim. I am not assuming anything - I am asking you to prove the certain claim you made. Telekinesis remains a "possibility" also, but until such times as some one shows me I will "assume" it is impossible. Still.
Well, things must move in a logical way - and not in a magical way. Even God - if It exists (and I know that It exists) must be an explainable phenomenon.
The thing is - telepathy is a 'valid' possibility. Of course I can't expect anyone to simply have faith on my words - and believe that telepathy is a real thing. They must see it happening before them - or they need to go through some form of credible demonstration of telepathy.
That sort of demonstration is not possible online. But this handicap doesn't also devalue the possibility of its existence.
And I think its always advisable to remain open to new possibilities.
It is not possible offline either. Still - you were claiming that this is a power we have lost. Now you are claiming it is not lost and you can prove it. Why have you not done so?
We have 'lost' the power of telepathy in that sense that we have been engaged into the material reality too excessively - the word 'science' kind of now hypnotizes us. We have been sort of bombarded with Western materialism.
Our subtle spiritual powers have kind of gone 'asleep' - but it's very possible to awaken/reawaken those powers.
There YOU have a belief - your faith is that telepathy 'can not' exist.
Yeah, like I have the belief that fairies, telekinesis and Unicorns cannot exist.
Well, it depends upon one's level of understanding, experience, and many other factors to determine what they 'can' believe - or 'can not' believe.
To some remote African villagers, the existence of something like a 'helicopter', or a 'computer' - might seem be an impossibility. It may be that they can't even imagine that such things could ever take up a form in our reality. If you show them a mobile-phone, and tell them that this thing sends a kind of invisible wave and we can talk with anyone in the world through this system - you might cause a laugh riot amongst them.
If they had some elementary knowledge and interaction with the physical science - then - they could still disbelieve you - but in more 'realistic' way.
I understand just fine thanks. You are making some outrageous claims. Prove them. If you cannot - I will continue to not believe you. Prove that we had this power and lost it. Casting aspersions on my understanding because I don't believe you is standard religious practice. Odd that anyone who does not believe you lacks understanding. This would be why religious beliefs always cause conflict.
It might as well be that it is your favorite tactic to bring the history of religion whenever you are challenged with sensible arguments.
Another standard religious practice. Make nonsensical gibberish and call it a sensible argument. Nothing to do with history.
Your next favorite tactic might be to pronounce your personal criteria of 'sensibility'.
Well - the nonsense you have posted certainly does not apply. Odd how religious people almost always resort to lies and personal attacks when their nonsensical claims are challenged. But - you being a telepath would know this - right?
The third tactic might be to label the 'opponent' as being religious.
Odd that you get so aggressive when challenged to prove your claims. Just like all all religious people. If the cap fits.
The fourth tactic might be to blame the opponent that he/she is getting 'aggressive'.
No wonder irrational beliefs cause so many conflicts.
The fifth tactic might be to repeat the first tactic.
Why is it not possible online? Do you have to be in the same room to read someones mind? Is there a distance that must not be exceeded?
You would need to start defining terms before that could be answered.
As it happens I am not a dualist and would say: yes.
Normally people think this means I don't believe in a bunch of stuff and think people are emotionless robots.
The conversation becomes very tedious at that point. IMHO whether you think our experiences happen in our brain or a non-physical mind/soul thing really does not strike me as terribly important.
I'm thinking of a number. If you can tell me what it is, we can talk.
Well, telepathy is no a magic. There is a very prominent rational basis behind this phenomenon. I, or anyone else, can not read your mind unless I know you personally and have met you in the physical world, have watched you and your behaviors and actions.
Telepathy, which is the connection between two spirits beyond geographical barrier of distance - requires 'a relationship of human love' between them - and you can have the same love and the same (telepathic) communication with another 'animal' that you have loved.
Neither of these apply to your request here.
And it is no longer a "possibility," I see. Back to being a proven fact.
How odd you would make such claims in an environment that is impossible to demonstrate. We must simply "believe" you.
Well, I said that from my perspective. If she's interested she may check out the other explanation that I've provided on the subject.
You, for some reason, does not get it.
I get it just fine. You made another claim. Oh but - you have a get out of proof card.
An additional tactic might be to form a story out of inadequate materials.
No proof of your telepathic ability then? Why not turn it on me instead? That is what religionists do.
The next additional tactic might be to ask elementary questions which have already been answered.
When I was a kid I used to do this trick that looked like I could read peoples mind. I had to have my hand on the persons temples of course, if fooled a great many people. I guess that's the kind of thing you're talking about, good idea, find a place where gullible people hang out and pretend you can do stuff you really can't.
I have however been able to direct my thoughts onto others, but they don't need to be in the room. I'm thinking of a number, can anyone tell me what I'm thinking?
"I had to have my hand on the persons temples of course, if fooled a great many people. I guess that's the kind of thing you're talking about,"
~ How did you guess that? Did you read my mind?
No, just the words you wrote, which in a sense is reading your thoughts, but that's not what we are talking about is it.
Thank you for your answer. Now let's recheck what I said about reading minds:
"I, or anyone else, can not read your mind unless I know you personally and have met you in the physical world, have watched you and your behaviors and actions."
Oh, that's what you meant by connecting with others telepathically?
The supposed communication of thoughts or ideas by means other than the known senses.
Observing body language - eyes
Listening to them talk - ears
What else you got?
What else can you connect to something which has no relevance with the thing you're connecting it to?
Telepathy is something an entirely different issue from feeling what is going inside someone when we meet them, and feel their emotional level.
Maybe you shouldn't have claimed telepathic abilities then?
It was your word not mine. You claimed to be able to communicate telepathically and then admitted you can't.
♥ Connecting With Loved Ones Telepathically ♥
Quote the exact sentence(s) where I've said that I myself have telepathic abilities. It's true that I have experienced it myself. The way it happened was that one night, around 10 pm of night, I remembered a person whom I had (accidentally) met a few days ago, and who had showed me strong support for my spiritual endeavors.
I actually remembered (flashed) his image - in my mind - his physical appearance and his face, that I had seen few days ago. A few seconds later, my cell phone rang - and this guy asked whether I 'remembered' him a while ago. I was surprised. His explanation was that if you like (love) someone - a connectivity is bridged between you and that person. And that it is possible to communicate - this way - even after (physical) death.
I distrusted what he said - and (internally) considered him a charlatan and an imposer. But he repeated this phenomenon. And this phenomenon is demonstrable.
Yup, I was right, you have no idea what you are writing.
"Quote the exact sentence(s) where I've said that I myself have telepathic abilities."
"It's true that I have experienced it myself."
"And this phenomenon is demonstrable."
Listen, the situation you expressed has the same reason behind it as why we get fooled by psychics. Confirmation bias. It's human to make connections that aren't there. You may have thought about that person 10 times that day, but you throw out all the memories of those times to make your connection.
"Confirmation bias, also called myside bias, is the tendency to search for, interpret, or prioritize information in a way that confirms one's beliefs or hypotheses. It is a type of cognitive bias and a systematic error of inductive reasoning."
A systematic error of inductive reasoning. It's the reason people are superstitious and get fooled by psychics.
Dear me - so you don't have telepathic abilities now - OK. That I believe. So all these claims you have made are not based on your own abilities. When you claim "Our subtle spiritual powers have kind of gone 'asleep' - but it's very possible to awaken/reawaken those powers." You haven't actually done it yourself.
I call "BS" then.
It would be a BS to call it (that 'experience') a BS.
Perhaps you should go back and read the first page as what seems to be happening is perhaps you are writing things you don't mean to write.
True enough. Clearly you have made it my fault that your claims are nonsense. This is what religionists do all the time.
The best tactic might be to simply play to be a victim to extreme inhumane cruelty.
So - still no basis for your claims then|? Great job on distracting away from that. That is what religionists do all the time.
The next working tactic might be to invent spicy stories.
No proof for your telepathic ability then? OK thanks.
No wonder belief in majick always causes conflicts.
The highest tactic of all would be to combine all the other tactics played before.
Not feeling the love here God shet. At least Janesix tried to love me. Heck. I had a kabbalist (spelling?) threaten to cast an evil eye on me and she didn't even know what state I lived in. Does this mean hate is more powerful than love?
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