Spiritual Telepathy: Ancient Techniques to Access the Wisdom of Your Soul by Colleen Mauro

The catastrophic problems we face today are speeding up the pace of evolution and calling forth the current expansion in human consciousness. With our world in crisis, our very survival depends on our ability to access higher sources of wisdom and guidance, says author Colleen Mauro, former founder / chief editor of the magazine Intuition.

The aim of Spiritual Telepathy is to help in that process. Written in a personal, easy-to-read style, it provides both theory and ancient techniques from the Ageless Wisdom Tradition linking mind and soul. Mauro makes a point to explain how the new science validates each of the many spiritual teachings she covers. Throughout the book, she shows that our culture’s most celebrated creative thinkers those we call geniuses or visionaries all have had the ability to access the subtle world of the soul. And with inspiring stories of ordinary people , she also assures us that we can all gain access to the universal wellspring of creativity and inspiration. Mauro colours the book with her own experiences practicing these teachings, encouraging readers that they, too, can find success.

Colleen Mauro has thirty years of experience in magazine publishing, including work as a publisher, editor, advertising director, and circulation and marketing consultant. A lifelong interest in the untapped powers of the mind led her to the launch of Intuition magazine in 1988. Intuition explored the higher potential of the mind and the many and varied ways of knowing – intuition, inspiration and telepathy – providing both research and how-to information in easy-to-read form for the general reader.

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Adventures of the Soul Journeys Through the Physical and Spiritual Dimensions James Van Praagh

Pub Date: Sept 8, 2014

Adventures of the Soul is a manual for anyone who has ever questioned where they come from, why they are here, and where they go after they die. Sharing his intuitive experiences of communicating with the Spirit World for the past 30 years, internationally renowned medium James Van Praagh takes you on a spiritual sojourn to discover the unique design of your very own soul and explore its various adventures as it travels between worlds. You’ll learn to open up your mind to your soul’s unbounded wisdom and gain a bigger perspective of life and a better grasp of your significant part in it.

This book will further assist you in understanding and recognising various soul lessons you came back to Earth to learn, such as sorrow, forgiveness, grief, love and joy. By utilising this knowledge, you will come to identify your soul’s intricacies and start to live a life that truly fulfils your soul’s destiny: following the path to love. This is one journey that will force you to look at life and death in a completely different light!

James Van Praagh is the internationally renowned #1 New York Times best-selling author who has worked as the voice of the Spirit World for the past 30 years. He has appeared on Oprah, Larry King Live, Dr. Phil, Coast to Coast, and many other programs. He is also the successful creator and producer of CBS’s long-running series The Ghost Whisperer, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt. …

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The Sense of Being Stared At: And Other Unexplained Powers of the Human Mind by Rupert Sheldrake

Most of us know it well–the almost physical sensation that we are the object of someone’s attention. Is the feeling all in our heads? What about related phenomena, such as telepathy and premonitions? Are they merely subjective beliefs? In The Sense of Being Stared At, renowned biologist Rupert Sheldrake explores the intricacies of the mind and discovers that our perceptive abilities are stronger than most of us could have imagined.

Sheldrake argues persuasively in this compelling book that such phenomena are, in fact, real. He rejects the label of “paranormal” and shows how these psychic occurrences are in fact a normal part of human nature. Combining the tradition of pragmatic experimentation with a refusal to accept the conventional answers to explain such phenomena, Sheldrake pioneers an intriguing new inquiry into the mysteries of our deepest nature. Rigorously researched yet completely accessible, this groundbreaking book provides a refreshing new way of thinking about ourselves and our relationships with other people, animals, and the world around us.

There are 4 parts:
Part 1: Telepathy
Part 2: The Power of Attention
Part 3: Remote Viewing and Foreshadowings of the Future
Part 4: How does the 7th Sense Work?

The book begins by explaining how the “Sixth Sense” has already been claimed by biologists working on the electrical and magnetic senses of animals. Eels use electrical fields to sense objects around them, sharks and rays use similar fields to hunt, migratory birds and fish have a magnetic senses (biological compass), snakes have heat-sensing abilities, spiders detect web vibrations, etc.

Mr. Sheldrake explains how the 7th sense is biological, not supernatural. It extends beyond the body, though how is not exactly known. “To brush aside what people have experienced is not to be scientific, but unscientific. Science is founded on empirical method…” (experience and observation). “But despite an impresssive accumulation of evidence, psychic research has never been accepted within institutional sciences. It has been kept on the margins as a result of powerful taboos against the “paranormal.”

“In the background lurks the archaic fear of witchcraft.”
Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D., is a former research fellow of the Royal Society and former director of studies in biochemistry and cell biology at Clare College, Cambridge University. From 2005 to 2012 he was director of the Perrott-Warrick Project on unexplained human abilities, funded from Trinity College, Cambridge. He is currently a fellow of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, near San Francisco, and a visiting professor at the Graduate Institute in Connecticut. He is the author of more than 80 technical papers and articles appearing in peer-reviewed scientific journals and 10 books, including Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home, Morphic Resonance, and Science Set Free. He lives in London.

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Rupert Sheldrake – Morphic Fields and Cosmic Consciousness

Rupert Sheldrake discusses his concept of Morphic Fields. In this conversation he makes reference to the morphic fields of the planets, the solar system and the galaxy! He also mentions the value of gratitude, explains his journey from standard western atheism through India, psychedelics all the way to Christianity. He is for me one of the worlds greatest minds and listening to him is absolutely inspiring.

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The Sense of Being Stared at: And Other Aspects of the Extended Mind ~ Rupert Sheldrake

Most of us know it well – the almost physical sensation that we are the object of someone’s attention. Is the feeling all in our head? And what about related phenomena, such as telepathy and premonitions? Are they merely subjective beliefs? In The Sense of Being Stared At, renowned biologist Rupert Sheldrake explores the intricacies of the mind and discovers that our perceptive abilities are stronger than many of us could have imagined.

Despite a traditional academic background, Sheldrake has devoted his notable career as a scientist and writer to challenging the boundaries of ‘acceptable’ science. A firm believer in the power of an experiment to yield answers about nature, he has dedicated years of intense research to investigating our common beliefs about what he calls our seventh sense. After compiling a database of 4,000 case histories, 2,000 questionnaires, 1,500 telephone interviews, and the results of a decade of scientifically controlled experiments, Sheldrake argues persuasively in this compelling, innovative book that such phenomena are real. In fact, he rejects the label of paranormal and shows how these psychic occurrences are a normal part of human nature.
As an explanation for this more intimate connection with the external world, Sheldrake suggests that our minds are not limited to our brains, but rather stretch outward to touch the beings and objects that we perceive. Once this extended influence of the mind is taken into consideration, many puzzling phenomena begin to make sense, including telepathy and phantom limbs.
Sheldrake shows that telepathy depends on social bonds. He traces its evolution from the connections between members of animal groups such as flocks, schools, and packs. In the modern world, telepathy occurs most commonly just before telephone calls.

Sheldrake summarizes startling new experimental evidence for the reality of telephone telepathy, and shows how readers can do tests for themselves. Combining the tradition of pragmatic experimentation with a refusal to allow science to fall into dogmatism, Sheldrake pioneers an intriguing new inquiry into the mysteries of our deepest nature. Rigorously researched, yet completely accessible, this groundbreaking book provides a refreshing new way of thinking about ourselves and our relationships with other people, with animals, and with the world around us.
Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world’s most innovative biologists and writers, is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory.

He worked in developmental biology at Cambridge University, where he was a Fellow of Clare College. He was then Principal Plant Physiologist at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), in Hyderabad, India. From 2005 to 2010 he was Director of the Perrott-Warrick project. , funded from Trinity College, Cambridge.
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Rupert Sheldrake: The Sense of Being Stared At

Extrasensory Perception – Telepathy ~ Humanity Healing Network.

No one can tell, when two people walk closely together, what unconscious communication one mind may have with another” ~Robert Barr

ESPTelepathy is an extra-sensorial power developed by the human mind. It is also present in many other living creatures. It can be defined as the ability to communicate information from one mind to another, without the use of additional tools such as body language or speech.

Telepathy is considered as a kind of mystical perception, and often is associated with different paranormal phenomena such as clairvoyance and precognition. It is important to highlight, however, the fact that even though there has been a considerable amount of evidence and scientific experimentation on telepathy, the scientific community does not accept this as a natural power of the human mind.

The energy levels that the human mind is capable of producing, through the scientific perspective, are shown to be somewhat insufficient to allow the information to be transmitted. So how does it happen?

Telepathy is not a modern phenomenon. There are a very few references about these extra-ordinary capabilities in ancient cultures along with some other paranormal abilities. One of these is the Bible, where there are many mentions of super–human aptitudes (see: http://humanityhealing.net/2010/08/subtle-bodies-and-the-bible/ ).

Telepathy is an occurrence that may be spontaneous or experimental. Experimental telepathy occurs in the case of clairvoyance, where there was no conscious transmitting agent to which the receiver appears to catch the mental content from.

One often hears of a close telepathic communication between twins, or between intense caring relationships as parents and children. Feelings of strong emotion, such as panic from imminent danger, can travel between the parties and are excellent conductors of telepathic transmission. Moreover, the distance to the telepathy is not an obstacle between the transmitter nor to the receiver. They can take up a trip telepathic and we usually name this astral travel.

The study of telepathy is considered by the scientific community as a sort of pseudo-science, and most of the critics who are against such research say that telepathy does not have adequate scientific rigor. We cannot fail to mention the fact that just as there are some people who have developed the power of telepathy, there is also evidence of false telepaths. Many times, the desire or the need to want to communicate through telepathy has such power, the person believes autosuggestion. The problem can even be considered bigger as it so happens to many people with schizophrenia, who often have the false feeling of being in telepathic communication with others. It is important to understand that in this particular case, the sender and recipient are the same person.

Developing extra-sensorial perception skills such as telepathy can, for some people, be very simple; while for others, it turns into a fairly complex adventure. When we talk about how to develop telepathy, we must first realize that we do not have the limitation of time and space, since the brain does not perceives impediment. Besides, we do have a multidimensional nature in essence.

One of the most common exercises of telepathy is carried out with the Zener cards. There are 25 cards and the telepathy exercise begins with the extraction of these letters. By chance, the person performing the action has 5 chances of hitting the pull letters: a 20% chance. Learning telepathy allows us to capture the thoughts of different people who are far from us and through the improving of this “spiritual skill” we can communicate beneficially and harmlessly.

To know how to develop telepathy, it is necessary above all to know what our “Manipura Chakra is. This chakra is located above the navel and is related to the solar plexus telepathy. Kicking off telepathy exercises, experts recommend finding a comfortable chair and relax deeply and imagine our radiation, all in the solar plexus. To learn Telepathy requires a lot of concentration and the meanders of the connections that exist between body and mind. When you reach a point of readiness, vocalize the letter U.

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