purpose of telepathic practice with photos.
for mental telepathy with other media also requires 2
people. One is the sender and the other, the
receiver. The sender tries to send a mental image or message to
the receiver who must of course determine what the information
is. The exercise here is to use photographs
of landscape scenes, cityscapes, people in gatherings and
solitary situations, etc. This exercise provides visualization
training for projecting complete scenarios that one
wants to become part of their physical reality. This is mind
control at its peak.
Locally or at a
Mental telepathy can be practiced either locally (in the
same room) or distance (using the telephone). Distance does not
play a part in telepathy because the information can be sent or
received at any distance.
Both the sender and receiver are in the same room and can be
at the same table as long as the photos or other media are out
of view of the receiver. (erect a barricade of sorts). They can
also be in different parts of the room within voice distance of
Use a speaker phone if one is available. Using the telephone is
an automatic barrier with which to keep the receiver from
observing the cards or media being used. Using distance also
depends upon how much you pay for long distance service.
How to proceed
using photos or literature quotes:
Sender: Studies a photo, looking
carefully at every detail on it. The theme (landscape, cityscape,
event, etc) making a mental note of colors, people, what is
happening, etc) and then tries to mentally project the details
to the receiver. At this time the sender says,
Receiver: As soon as the sender
says "ready", the
receiver focuses on what ever "feelings",
"notions", "urgings" that first appear. It
is important that the receiver say the very first thing that
comes up as a choice for the "call".
The sender then records the receiver's "keywords" on a
piece of paper. Later the "hits"
can be compared to the misses for the same media being used.
This is more of a subjective rating of the hits, because the
receiver is trying to perceive any number of things that can be
present with the media. The point of course is that one does not
get discouraged when not guessing the correct content in the
beginning. This is a practice exercise that allows the
development of the ability to pick up the content of the media.
It is training the mind in learning how to receive and interpret
the symbols and perceptions.
It's important to maintain enthusiasm and interest
for best results. To avoid boredom, at the end of each run two
or three media items, the receiver and sender can switch roles.
However, they must each have separate record sheets so that they
don't get a look at their own score until a predetermined number
of tries have been made by both persons.