Are minds/brains capable of transferring thought non-verbally?
Yes, sometimes brains do communicate without spoken words. This might sound wierd but there are many real life incidents which could contradict existing scientific facts. In fact, there are many realms of science still to be explored. May be, we can find the reasons if we route our quests in the right direction..
Yes, brains are definitely capable of transferring thought non-verbally. Check out this article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/5167938.stm
A research team actually hooked a guy's brain up to a computer. He then proceeded to "think" the actions and was able to control the computer with just his thoughts!
This is absolutely incredible. My guess is that you were looking for an answer more closely related to ESP, to which I would say that I believe that I have experience some form of ESP with a close friend. I have my theory of how it happened and what caused it to happen, but that is probably better left to a Hub, or maybe just to my memory!
Without a doubt! Example: I can be thinking about what I want for dinner while at work, 35 miles from home. When I get home, guess what's for dinner? You guessed it, just what I had been thinking of. This happens alot. Be careful of what you are thinking. You don't know who may be reading your mind.
I DO IT ALL THE TIME AT CHURCH.I SIT THERE AT CHURCH WANTING TO HEAR A CERTAIN WORD. BEFORE I KNOW IT, THE PASTOR SAY THE WHOLE SENTENCE.I LEARNED THIS WHEN I WAS YOUNG.IT WORKS .BUT IT TOOK PRACTICE.YOU HAVE TO START WITH A DECK OF CARDS.TURN THEM OVER AND SEE HOW MANY YOU GET RIGHT. DO NOT LOOK AT THE CARDS.
Yes the mind/brain is capable of transferring thought non-verbally through body language as well as through its own thought's energy and vibrations.
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