Telepathy is commonly described as mind reading, the ability to impress the mind of another person with a definite thought or thoughts without traveling through the usual avenues of sense. The word “telepathy” literally means, “sensing at a distance. (Tele – at a distance, and Pathos – feeling). So now we generally refer this to mean “thought-reading”.
How telepathy happens is still open for debate and we can’t say with any certainty why this is possible. Some are inclined to believe that vibrations travel from brain to brain, much like the signals in wireless telegraphy. While others contend that we have no proof that these brain waves exist and therefore can’t predict with any certainty the avenue of transference. However, most will agree that telepathy does exist.
The following exercise will help you to prove to your own satisfaction that it does exist and we can develop our ability to do it.
* Select a friend that will be sympathetic to the experiment you are going to do. One of you will be the sender and the other will be the receiver.