Does anybody else experience telepathy that they generally hate? And is medication resistant, like real telepathy? It's not a ghost, it's not a spirit guide, tho they might say these things, its just an ahole or a few with a trick.anybody else talking to that person/them?


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Feb 25, 2023 at 2:26pm

I'm an identical twin and have a general idea of what you're talking about. It's like a deep empathic and cognitive intuition that's hard to explain to others who don't get it. It sometimes happens with others or I sometimes get a sense of what is going to happen and then it does. I think in many ways it is a gift, not a burden, and in some ways can lighten the burdens to come. If that makes any sense. I wish you well and that you may meet people who can help you process. In any case, I believe you.

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Yes and no

Feb 25, 2023 at 6:05pm

This is a pretty interesting post, I'm glad you shared it.

Re telepathy, before I started actively exploring and experimenting with it for several years (and for the majority of the time I've practiced as well), I've had a pretty low amount of (but not zero) unmistakeably obviously telepathic experiences. It seems like being a person born with total amnesic separation of surface awareness, combined with being an essence that doesn't have a "dispersed" consciousness-type, causes an automatic buffering and filtering out of the vast majority of any significant telepathic experience for surface/waking-me, which is requiring a lot of practice to penetrate in the sense of receiving clear, detailed, and definite communications and information, which is constantly taking place just underneath what I'm currently privy to.

Most of the telepathic experiences I've had so far have been either neutral or positive, but there have been some of a negative, intrusive or distressing nature as well (or at least, I happened to experience them that way in those moments). But yeah, there do seem to be some people (and nonhuman beings) with very significant telepathic abilities, and sadly a minority of them also seem to intentionally engage in intrusive or otherwise violation-causing activities with them.

There's an entire universe inside of 'inner' consciousness, which as far as I can tell is actually nonlocal and increasingly unified and transparent in deeper layers -- and with that, an entire learning curve of expansion of awareness, abilities, ethics, etiquette, and relational dynamics that amnesics without extensive prior training end up going through, to whatever extent we do.

(The really bizarre thing is that there actually seem to be a significantly large number of human beings who I'll call Matryoshka people -- they have massively expanded, relatively unveiled/non-amnesic surface awareness that they can effortlessly access, and the consciousness and realities of others appear to be mostly or completely transparent to them. Yet they rarely disclose that awareness to anyone else in ordinarily physically detectable ways, and seem behaviorally 'in real life' to be just different flavors of "regular people", even though inside they are not. I'm still a bit surprised that it's actually real to such an extent myself.)

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Feb 25, 2023 at 7:09pm

It's high time you all that are opposed to He/Them should take a clue from them and realize the patients is wearing very thin also further testing is begging for a VERY L:ONG AWAITED RESPONSE! It's unlikely you'll be able to contend with a long grown rage such as this!

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Feb 25, 2023 at 7:10pm

There is no serious scientific support for telepathy. Some studies, even well-designed, do sometimes see some sort of statistically significant effect that is consistent with chemistry, biology, so, an overactive imagination, neurosis etc… go talk to a mental health pro, if you're overwhelmed with life. Middle-age hucksterism isn't going to help you, therapy will be far more productive.

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Feb 25, 2023 at 7:32pm

While I’m definitely in favour of the scientific method, I also understand that there are some things that humans have yet learned. I’m good with that. As a person who has experienced the phenomenon of telepathy for my entire life, I’ve grown very comfortable with it. It’s not something I attempt to control or otherwise manipulate. In fact when I’ve tried that, it’s never been successful. I suspect that’s how it is with most people who experience it, and that explains why it’s not able to be objectively measured. But if you’re someone who hasn’t experienced it on a regular basis, I can understand why you’d be suspicious of anyone who claims to do so. But please keep in mind that virtually everything that humans presently accept as fact was at some point considered impossible.

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Feb 25, 2023 at 8:00pm

You sound deeply unhappy and disturbed by your gift.

All the best.

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Twinkle again

Feb 25, 2023 at 9:22pm

After re-reading your post I actually think you may be referring to voices or something telling you what to do or think or say..that is something I don't have experience with and would highly recommend reaching out to a mental health therapist. All the best.

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Progressive modern psychology

Feb 25, 2023 at 10:50pm

has come up with the term 'lucid dreaming' whereby we are not simply dream/vision receivers, but we actually learn to become dream/vision interactive. My Indigenous Elders teach us to learn to look visitors, especially the attractive charismatic ones, in their eyes and ask them: "Who do you work for" and I've had the experience of certain deceiving posers dropping their camouflage and showing their very ugly face and intention. Then they run away in fear of all that is positive and benevolent.

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I am telepathic

Feb 25, 2023 at 10:57pm



Ha ha!

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If you're experiencing

Feb 25, 2023 at 11:23pm

Telepathy that you generally hate, it sounds like you might be dealing with intrusive thoughts. Thoughts that are negative or scary and get in the way of everyday life. If you're finding your thoughts are overwhelming you, it might be worth asking your family doctor about.

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