Telepathic Cognition: Deciphering Sight and Accessing Memories

When talking telepathy, I’m often asked, “How do you do the math?” Telepathic equations take account of variants in deeper complexities than quantum physics. Principles of rounding do not apply in extrasensory perception; all units of information are accounted for. This is what makes telepathy insurmountably accurate.

Exhibit A: Open Telepathic Conversations

Using telepathy in “same-time” open conversations means there’s no lapse between deliveries; you are tuned in to a person’s live streaming channel. The telepathic signal travels at less than one hundredth millisecond per target connection. Our world’s quickest internet connection is 2 megabits per second.

Cognition processors determine the elementary factors of the host (person transferring their reality). Every variable has alternative representations; the understanding of telepathic messages is reliant on sight in the mind’s eye.

Exhibit B: Personal Database Access

Cognition uses personal access to the realm of gen you have stored over a lifetime and scans over ideas, subjects, flashes, images and memories, simultaneously associating them with telepathic signals received. The information you obtain may contain a sequence that describes foreign (a new idea to you) subject matter. The brain may suggest an elucidation of the unrecognized idea, like offering green grapes for images of unripe elderberries. The wider your mental vocabulary of thoughts, the easier it is to decipher exact meaning.

Exhibit C: Grand Database Access

For every barrier a person may encounter while deciphering code, there is an obstacle alleviator. In the meditative state of mind, a person can access explanations and clarification by searching for the unknown concept through their own identifying strategy of higher intelligence.

Additionally, your understanding of a signal is what indicates reception to the sender/host. If they don’t sense your acknowledgement, they will most likely resend or try later.


Sensory Receptors: Understanding the Components of Telepathy

Telepathic signals are received by sensory receptors, just like sensory organs process external stimuli. The organization of input is a natural function of brain activity. Instincts processes innate desires that govern the body and seek sustenance. In everyday life people experience a vast array of  sensations that their bodies are conditioned to handle. Immunity is one example of how the body handles disease (airborne, viral etc.). One can boost their immunity by living a healthy lifestyle and eliminating risk exposure. Similarly, mastering thoughts and spiritual health are pertinent to sixth sense development.

Love is transmitted telepathically, although it can be relayed through a palpable venue, such as writing or a gift. This is the strongest energy source man possesses, because it knows no boundaries. Love is limitless; it lasts forever and is perceived without tangibility. The nurture from parents to a child is apparent prior to their comprehension of words that describe parental emotion.

Breaking Down Obstacles to Sensory Receptions

G-d is the author of love so it is by connection to him that we decipher the messages of love. Each person has a different sequence by which they understand what love is. This unique code is used to identify a being in life’s energy source network.

Common Obstacles:


Inadequate self-love

Overactive use of self-love

Misinterpreted self-concept

Stereotype acceptance

We can use creative energy from our energy source to transform dreams into reality. Nightmares are manifestations of the weaker side of man and aren’t exempt from displays in the “real” world. Fear is the number one inhibitor of faith, without faith you cannot connect to the source. Other issues have to deal with how a person views their self-worth. Some are challenged by adverse inducements that fall categorically into extreme inadequacy or over-activity. Others feel they are expected to mold into a societally designed stereotype and measure their success by how they perceive their conformation.

Always Be Connected: ABC

Keep a channel open for supernatural guidance.

Elevated Fusion: Telepathic Reception

Things are exactly what they seem, if you know what they seem to be. Objects, ideas, bits and pieces of our recorded dwellings fluctuate during circumstances of usage, need or direct beckoning of the will. These items are used to associate ideas with stored files within the brain. The process by which we take in any information is correlative to the manner in which we receive telepathic messages.

The strategy one utilizes when deciphering telepathic code can be honed and sharpened just as one would focus on any skill they desire to perform well. Researchers of reading development and process revealed in 2003: “In general, readers were extremely sensitive to the unfolding world of meaning they were constructing and used this world as a framework for identifying words.”

God, the energy all life exists on, exists past – present –future simultaneously. The ground work for seeing the future is recognizing the concept of “time” was created for our benefit. Think of a blueprint of energy. All things, alive or dead are connected to your imagined blueprint. The paper can extend forever in any direction.

Energy = Itinerant Energy = Energy

Mammals produce energy. Studies like those of Justin Boyles and Virgil Brack Jr. examined the processes and expenditures of mammal energy (Feb, 2009). You receive, create (mitochondria etc.) and transmit energy. You are connected to energy through an apparatus of energy emission. This is the energy network. Receiving “calls” is just like answering the phone. Acknowledge the person; a reminder of them will pop in your mind’s eye, when they think of you. Realizing their thoughts will signal back to them that you are paying attention. If you know the person; you will already know their name. If not, etiquette directs that the caller state one’s name. Focus is imperative. Understanding the message is simply grasping the other person’s ideas that they want to share with you.



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