Hello my good sir. You don't know me, but I've noticed your name on some of these pages, and in your desc, it says you're an advanced psychic. I was wondering if you could give me some tips about telepathy. I know it's real, and for the past week, I've been trying to understand it, but how do I understand something I can't control? I understand if you don't know much about telepathy, but I was just wondering about some tips to furthering my ability.
P.S. What is the extent of being a telepath? Can we go beyond reading minds?
You'll definitely need to have experience with an ability in order to understand it. You can practice using receptive energy in your crown chakra, and make sure it is clear and unblocked. Being conscious in your surroundings and staying connected the setting your in and the people around you can help you make the connections needed in order to perform telepathy. To use telepathy on a chosen target you should make a connection with the target's thoughts and mind much like how you would connect to something you were trying to divine upon. Locate their mind, connect, and conjoin. It's kind of like empathy meets divination. If you have any more specifc questions feel free to ask.
When it comes to the extent of being a telepath, there isn't really a way I can know exactly how far this ability can stretch or if can ever be stretched too far beyond capable growth, knowing that even though I am highly psychic, I doubt I am at any level of which I can no further develop my telepathy. As for going beyond reading minds, yes, though it would probably not be considered telepathy if it wasn't reading minds or sending messages through the mind due to the definition of telepathy. Related abilities include psychic persuasion, mind control, empathy, and scanning. There are also plenty of abilities and skills you can develop from telepathy that do not yet have names. If you are confused let me know.
hello um... I was wondering if you could give me some pointers/tips on hydrokinesis. I have a history with electrokinesis, but it began having negative consequences such as fatigue, and electric backfire so i discontinued pursuing it. I have a certain interest in hydrokinesis and i was wondering if you could help.
An easy thing to do with hydrokinesis is making small bursts or ripples in the water. It's good to stay tuned into all the environment around you, then set your focus point on the water you wish to manipulate. This means meditating/calming yourself to expand your consciousness around the area you're working in so that you can focus on the water. Small bursts and ripples are good to start off with because most of your attention can lie on manipulating a smaller amount of energy to do what you need it to. Ripples and small bursts don't require much energy, and the more energy you use, the more attention/focus you'll need and the more in tune with your environment you'll have to be. A smaller amount of energy is good to work with as there's less energy you'll need to control, manipulate, and program. You can use your energy to drop down against the water, which will cause there to be ripples moving in a circular manner.
From my experience, hydrokinesis hasn't been too difficult, however there are some easier ones (but that might just be me). I suggest working with large areas of water at first, like a pool or lake. This gives you a large area where you're able to focus your energy, meaning that you don't have to work too hard in the beginning to make sure your aim is perfect. If you work with something small like a bowl of water, your aim is going to need to be more precise.
To program your energy, I'd just work with connecting to water, sensing its energy, then mimicking that with your own energy. Just take some time to meditate and be around water. Concentrate on the water, indulge yourself, and then once you recognize it within your range of consciousness, attempt to push/move that energy. To me, it's a lot like a thicker mass of air. Using energy with more force and more speed should move the water well enough. When it comes to force, this means that the energy shouldl be condensed during programming more than others. After you get that down, just practice every day and you'll see this ability develop/grow.
The main differences between programming this kind of energy compared to others is that 1) It shouldn't be rushed. Other psychokinetic energies can be programmed quicker, so this might throw people off. You may need to gather and collect energy a little longer to be able to project it when it's ready, and 2) People might try to manipulate more water than they're capable of at the time. Water is a thick fluid compared to other things we manipulate with psychokinetics, and it takes more psi to manipulate the same amount of water than it would to manipulate fire, air, light, etc. It's heavy.
Definitely aerokinesis. This works best outdoors or somewhere with open windows, so if that's not an option, I'd suggest pyrokinesis. You can practice multiple kinetics, so you could do both to start, but you don't have to.
You wanted me to address a thing or two about myself.
I have practiced energy manipulation and kinetics for a very long time with absolutely no success. So I don't believe in it. Regardless of my not believing, I practice ESP along the lines of lucid dreaming and astral projection. Areas where i've atually had some results from practicing.
Other members are still willing to learn kinetics, and due to being around them for some time I still know and understand a lot about what they are, how to do them, and how to advance in most kinetics... I just don't believe it exists due to consistent failure.
I don't know what you meant by She talks about a show a lot. Because i've never talked about a show on the forum.
I'm not roleplaying, I am very experienced in psionics. Whether you succeed or fail at something, you never stop getting experience.
I stick around because I still have a bit of time to be able to. Some people I know still show up, and regardless of my bias, I remain unbias in helping someone understand an ability and try my best to help them get started. Believing that they could make something work that I couldn't.
Annd I stick around because I like to talk a lot. lol. I'm not to shabby with words and sentences.
Simply put, yes, psionics exist. I did not get into psionics for knowledge, per se. I got into psionics because for the majority of my childhood, I had experienced things, and by that, I mostly mean ghosts (and I was psychic, but that surprisingly had little to do with me getting into psionics). I heard them, I saw them, I communicated with them, and I saw them do things that I would have never believed possible if I was told about them secondhand. I saw that they can move things, create illusions, so much that I couldn't question their existence... I didn't question it too much at first... My mother was always there with me, experiencing what I was, and sometimes my sister, too, so I knew I wasn't crazy.
When I started getting older, and it really hit me in sixth grade tbh, I realized that a fair majority of the population doesn't believe in ghosts. I didn't understand, then eventually, I learned. Because someone might not experience something, by human nature, they are very likely to say it doesn't exist. That's all. They won't search deeper until they are showed something that makes them question what they currently know and believe. I knew ghosts that pushed people, ghosts that dragged the television across the room, ghosts that were jokesters and tried to scare and fuck with everyone, and more. I was rarely alone, so I kept my mind together by talking about it with the people that had been there with me. That's what kept me sane when I figured out that most people don't live the kind of life I've lived.
So, if a ghost could move something on our physical realm, why couldn't I? All the difference was that I had a body, and they didn't. It may not sound like much, but it was enough for me to kickstart my journey. Not only that, but I wanted to know what else I might be oblivious to. If the average person doesn't even believe in ghosts, who am I to think I have everything figured out? I knew that I was pretty ignorant in how this whole life thing works...
I have found so much success along the way of the metaphysical that I can't deny it to myself, anymore. While I may doubt everything occasionally, I have to bring myself to reality again because I know it's ridiculous for me to still deny psionics after all I've been through. By doubting this, I kind of laugh at myself for acting a little too human. Humans are filled with doubt, by the way. Especially self-doubt, disbelief... those kinds of things.
I'm sorry that I've rambled so much. I just don't get asked personal questions often.
Hay dude, Im sorry for replying late, i honestly just havent been on my computer since the day i asked you this. But I can see that you are replying to the comment I made before I deleted it. Since that's where I asked if psionics existed or not. I'm thankful for that. I had to take it down for obvious reasons, but thank you for addressing that amongt anything else.
I very much liked what you said about ghosts only difference is that they haven't a body like us, so why can't we do the same, if not more. That. Is as genuine an answer I have seen that i've recieved at all.
I don't mind your ramblings, its not that when I read it.
I know humans are filled with doubts. That is what the majority of media is. The solid idea of something without all of the wrong that it has to be plagued with.
Can you tell me something, the simplest thing that has changed your opinion of psionics on which you cannot doubt it any further. What is it about your experience that if you could share would generate the least amount of disbelief from others. As I have said, I have very close to none mysef. And would just like to try to know a little more.
It's hard for to say one simple thing that stopped my doubts, especially since there are many areas in psionics, and I didn't believe in them all fully at once. It was much more gradual after long periods of denial.
The only thing I can think of that got rid of my disbelief was watching everything play out from casting spells. Most everything else I did I could shrug off as a coincidence.
If a spell can't create an outcome how we would expect it to and what would make sense to us, it will find a way to create the outcome in another way. Sometimes a very unnatural way, one where you know something's up. I'm not talking about finding a loop hole, but a spell doing odd, improbable things to make it true. It took a lot for me to finally give up my disbelief, but constant spellwork did the trick. After that, I just kept trying new things and kept a largely open mind to the possibilities.
That, and on the ESP side of things, developing the ability to word for word say what was about to be said to me, even out of nowhere with no context. I'd whisper the words to myself, stunned, frozen, and scared that I could do what I was doing.
I'm sorry if I didn't answer your question as well as you'd hoped. When it comes down to it, usually everything we as the human race depend on to get rid of our disbelief is just success and constant, CONSTANT results. For me, it was mostly constant, endless, and inevitably undeniable results from spells.
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