How Telepathy Really Is Possible To Learn!
As Arthur C. Clarke once said 'Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic'. It is certainly true that technology has advanced almost beyond what we could have imagined even fifty years ago. Using technology which is out of date by today's standards we have walked on the moon, visited the bottom of the ocean and created communication technologies which work without wires – it most certainly would appear to someone living a century ago that ours is a world filled with magic and unexplainable phenomena.
With all the things that mankind has accomplished that to people living only one hundred years ago would have seemed beyond our abilities, surely then it could be that people who are telepathic are merely operating under scientific principles that we do not yet understand. Yet so often these people are viewed as fake and operating in a world of mysticism.
Paraphysics and parapsychology are the areas of study which cover the investigation of telepathic abilities in people. Just as with any other branch of the sciences, parapsychologists and paraphysicists use the scientific method in their efforts to learn more about telepathy and other phenomenon.
Individuals who are Telepathic and subjects of experiments have produced less than desired results and totally tantalizing. However, to be proven scientifically, the results of tests must be consistent, repeatable and measurable. And scientific investigation falls shore when it comes to telepathy. Results can't always be duplicated because they are inconsistent. This, so some say, proves individuals aren't Telepathic and still to other's it proves we have a lot to learn to understand and need more developed procedures for testing for telepathy.
So science has not succeeded in proving that telepathy does not exist, but how is it possible for people to communicate only with their brains and not involving any of the five known senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch? They would have to be using a means that our senses cannot detect. Artificially speaking, we already communicate in a way that our senses cannot detect, by using radio waves. Although we cannot see, hear, smell, taste or touch them, we know that they exist.
Could it possibly be 'thought waves' possibly electrically magnetically generated by the brain which has been scientifically proven to exist and Telepathic studies have been based on. Explaining this in terms for the average person might be a little difficult, but stay with us.
Scientifically, human thought is just a biochemical process of neurons being transferred between different synapses in the brain. However, this transfer of neurons creates an electrical current—tiny, sure, but measurable. This electrical current also generates a tiny magnetic field. Keep in mind the brain has tens of thousands of synapses firing at any one time.
Can humans use these bio-magnetic and bio-electric fields to communicate? Are the magnetic and electrical waves carrying content or is it meaningless static, equivalent of the brain? Can mental training control brain waves? Meditation, controlled thoughts, can these techniques possibly be used in shaping brain waves, like these, into significant communication.
There is also trouble with the weakness of the brain's electromagnetic field. The common, ubiquitous electromagnetic fields of modern devices like televisions, computers, stereo systems, refrigerators, microwave ovens are all larger than the brain's; therefore likely interfere with the brains.
There are, however, problems with the electrical and magnetic fields. Unfortunately these fields can be overpowered by everyday technology. For example the microwave, television, refrigerator. These everyday items produce much larger magnetic fields and electrical fields. Is it possible to reach the brains magnetic and electrical fields during an emotionally heightened state, fear, pain or shock? During these emotionally charged times, in the brain, a spiking of bio-magnetic and bio-electric activity is created by neuron synapses firing.
And in fact, parapsychologists have documented short instances of telepathic communication in these moments. One of the most well-known examples is when a mother knows that her child is hurt or in jeopardy even though she is miles away and there has been no direct communication made between them. So, is this an example of brainwave boosting? Do blood-ties matter? Is it all just coincidence (mothers always worry about their children anyway, for instance)?
As of yet, parapsychology researchers have not gathered sufficient evidence to definitively prove the existence of telepathy, at least in terms of mainstream scientific acceptance. The scales are starting to shift, however as more and more evidence suggests that telepathic communication is a real phenomenon which can be taught to anyone with the proper training.
Does it mean we believe in telepathy and that it exists, when we say an individual is 'telepathic?' Not many people think so.The idea is considered science fiction or mysticism and it's dismissed. Even though everyday we live with cell phones, computers and this through the use of invisible air waves which retrieve the information we need. Hundreds of jets (controlled by computers) take off and land everyday world wide.
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