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Learn Telepathy by Focusing on What’s Important to You!

So you want to learn telepathy? Ignore all the “crap ”

out there about “sender and receiver ” and sending pictures from cards

to a training partner. You have incredible mind power, but see the mind

doesn’t work that way! Telepathy is a power of the subconscious or

subjective mind and your subconscious mind learns best by doing

something that is actually interesting to you. Those so called psychic

tests of sender and receiver with the playing cards where you try to

guess the card being “sent ” mentally might be interesting for a nano

second, but soon it gets boring and tedious. And other problems set in

– such as accidentally guessing the most recent correct “hit “. So we

want to use proper segment intending when we practice and learn

telepathy. One way to do that is to just do it in a context that’s

actually important for you.

See, there are lots of comments out

there on how you should mentally send telepathic commands to someone

and give them the mental command of “like me ” or “come to me “, but

that’#8217;s not really how telepathy works. Telepathy is feeling or sensing

at a distance. A distance can mean across the room or across town or

across the universe. So there’#8217;s the feeling element. A friend of mine

was trying to influence a co-worker telepathically and was “sending ”

him silent commands to scratch his head. It just wasn’#8217;t working for

him, and he got frustrated and asked me about it. I simply smiled at

his attempt at telepathy, because it’#8217;s a mistake often made by people

who have even had some previous success at telepathic communication,

because there’#8217;s just so much misinformation out there. So I told him,

“Well, WHY should the guy scratch his head? ” My friend looked puzzled.

He thought that just because he mentally “told ” the guy to scratch his

head that it should just work for him. I told him that’#8217;s not how

telepathy works, and that’#8217;s NOT how you do telepathy.

Instead I

told him to send the telapathic FEELING of having an itch that needs to

be scratched along with the mental telepathy picture of scratching the

head in the location of the itch. So he did it and was amazed that

within a couple of seconds his “target ” took off his hat and scratched

his head. It’#8217;s the same principle involved if you want to learn

telepathy for business deals – what does the other person need to FEEL

in order to do what you want them to do? Send the telepathic message of

the feelings and the picture of the outcome you want. Telepathy works

the same way with relationships and romance – what does the other

person need to FEEL in order to do what it is you want them to do? So

you pick a context to learn that is important to you – making random

people scratch themselves (it’#8217;s fun to do for a little while, but

sooner or later you begin to realize there’#8217;s MUCH more you can do with

telepathy once you learn the principles of how telepathic communication

actually takes place!), and so you don’#8217;t even want the other person to

be aware that you are using telepathy to influence them.

Instead,

you want to choose a context that’#8217;s actually meaningful for you (so

your subconscious mind is more likely to cooperate!) and then you want

the other person to have the internal urge or desire to do what it is

you want them to do. So you use some strategy and you ask the magic

question “What does the person need to have happen in order for them to

do what I want them to do? ” There’#8217;s much more we could cover here, but

I will save it for a future article. If you have questions, feel free

to ask!

Sincerely,
Jim Knippenberg

Jim Knippenberg is an author and Telepathic ESP Mind Control Trainer and the producer of the Dream Invader Home Study Course

 

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