EXPLORING BARRIERS TO TELEPATHY

There must be barriers to telepathy or everyone would be doing it. Those of us who have experienced it know how infrequently it happens but will never forget what we perceived.

In our SRT Academy meeting today, we hoped to remove some barriers to interpersonal telepathy, but we soon realized we could not get to first base because the barriers defied our efforts to identify them. It is difficult to remove something if you cannot identify what is causing it.

We ran some simple experiments to see whether we could pick up on each other’s projected thoughts and the results were spectacularly inconclusive!

I asked the participants to think of simple objects and colors. I can usually pick up concepts and images from spirits but I failed to perceive any of the images or colors the participants were concentrating on. We reversed the flow and I concentrated on an object and only one participant could get a vague idea of what I was concentrating on.

Our results confirmed what the Rhine experiments showed a long time ago when they used Zener cards to measure ESP. This is what the cards look like:

Zener cards are cards used to conduct experiments for extrasensory perception or clairvoyance. Perceptual psychologist Karl Zener designed the cards in the early 1930s for experiments conducted with his colleague, parapsychologist J. B. Rhine. The original series of experiments have been discredited and replication has proved elusive.

My take on the poor results is that the tests were boring and did not involve any emotional activity.

Since most of us have been able to perceive concepts and images during SRT sessions, we know that telepathy is real and counselors use that ability to guide the conversation in a session. So, what was so different when we attempted to project a thought to others as an exercise? When a client is relating an incident or channeling a spirit who is relating an incident, there is usually a high degree of excitement as the incident unfolds. In addition, the spirit is pulling a concept or an image out of their memory and there is the freshness of discovery, even if there is some effort involved in recovering the memory.

It seems to me that I perceive the images or the concepts when the thoughts are first channeled and when the being repeats any part of the story, there is no accompanying image. It almost seems that the person is doing something different when they are relating an event for the first time. Perhaps they are striving to communicate the event and making sure that the recipient gets it.

This may account for the fact that it is easy to perceive the concepts and the situation in some sessions and not in other sessions. In an SRT session, the counselor asks a question of a particular spirit, and instead of relating the spirit’s answers, the client channels what she receives from the spirit. You can see the channeling progress from the beginning responses when the client says, “He says…”, to responses where first-person statements occur as the spirit takes control of the conversation and says something like, “I am here to watch over her..”.

When we observe an SRT session as a spectator, we are usually able to pick up some images and concepts beyond what the client is channeling. For example, the client may be relating an incident where a train was held up by bandits and the counselor and spectators get a short video image of men on horseback with masks. Some of the spectators will even get an image of the locomotive smokestack. This multiple viewpoint imagery comes from the fact that more than one spirit was involved in the incident.

Adding to the possible confusion is the fact that the spectators have many discarnate spirits around them with images of their own regarding trains and holdups.

Finally, the truth of the situation is that telepathic communication is the result of a cluster of beings trying to send a communication to another cluster of beings who may not be ready or receptive to telepathic communication. When telepathic communication does occur, it means that one group of beings is transmitting a single message and another group of beings is ready to receive that message.

When you look at the behavior of your spiritual associates, you may notice that they are rarely operating in close harmony except in emergency situations. This could mean that disorganization and confusion is the biggest barrier to sending or receiving telepathic communication.

We plan on discussing this further in future webinars and workshops.

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