How to learn to read people's thoughts, features of telepathy, tests and exercises

Do you want to learn the basics of telepathy or learn to read other people's thoughts? To do this, you need to learn a few simple techniques that will greatly facilitate the development of these skills and allow you to achieve results in the shortest possible time. Anyone can become a psychic; you don't need to have superpowers to do so. All that is needed to develop the gift of extrasensory perception and telepathy is perseverance, patience and regular training. This is the only true path to knowing yourself and others.

Suggestion, telepathy

Back in 1882, attempts began to prove the reality of telepathy. This was undertaken by the then famous researcher and philosopher Frederick Myers, who studied paranormal phenomena and wrote the book “The Human Personality and Its Life After the Death of the Body.” Since then, these attempts have not stopped for a moment. He also coined the term “telepathy”.

Experts in this field identify several types of telepathy, including:

- conscious and unconscious;

— latent (which is currently sleeping, but may appear in the future);

- retrocognitive (relates to events from the past);

— intuitive (relates to events from the present);

— precognitive (relates to events from the future);

— emotive (if emotions, sensations, mood, etc. are transmitted instead of thoughts);

- mental;

- sensory;

- physical.

Preparatory activities

Before you discover new possibilities in yourself, you need to prepare your brain for the future flow of information and learn to correctly interpret the images in which it arrives. This is achieved through training. First of all, you need to master methods of controlling your emotions and identify effective ways to relax, learn to disconnect from reality. To read other people's thoughts, you first need to abstract yourself from your own. Otherwise, the flow of information will be blocked by one’s own experiences. Daily meditation will help you achieve success in this matter.

Astral body

Astral feelings are a kind of analogues of physical feelings only at the astral level. Such feelings are creativity, intuition and emotions.

Someone may say that only physical feelings are genuine, and the rest is all nonsense. But just think about the fact that our feelings can deceive us. For example, colors are certain impressions of specific light waves that do not exist separately.

Another example. Without telescopes and astronomy, human intellect alone, even the most advanced and developed, would not be enough to conclude that the Earth is a sphere. It is impossible to prove this only with the help of feelings.

The mechanism of telepathic communication

To learn the secrets of telepathy, it is worth understanding how its mechanism works. To begin with, it should be noted that there are 5 astral senses that correspond to the physical organs of perception. In this case, the impression reaches the brain along its own path, which resembles the mechanism of action of nerve impulses. But the sixth (telepathic) sense has both a physical organ and its own unique channel that leads to the human brain.

Several thousand years ago, yoga practitioners came to the conclusion that the human body has a special organ, glandula pienalis. It is he who is responsible for receiving signals and perceiving wave impulses that are formed as a result of brain activity. In this case, the signal can be perceived both purposefully and unconsciously (on an intuitive level).

About telepathy

Lost feelings

For a knowledgeable person, astral feelings are an important addition to the physical ones. Such a person can easily switch from the physical body to the astral body, without really feeling the difference between them.

To the five physical senses one should also add telepathic sense and the feeling of the presence of another living being. These feelings are inherent in humans and higher forms of animals. However, modern man does not use them.

Typically, people call this reasoning or logic, but in reality they do not help to increase our mental abilities or sharpen our senses. Therefore, a person needs not to develop, but simply to rethink the feelings that are inherent in him from birth.


The first principle of telepathy is the existence of astral senses. The second says that our every thought is a vibration that our telepathic sense can catch. From a scientific point of view, this is the reality of neuroimaging, and how machines can scan our brains to interpret the results - that is, talk about how we feel and what we think.

Telepathy is the work of a sent message and its recipient, but at a level when a person’s mental abilities are so expanded that he can receive such waves.

How to develop telepathy?

So, you have set yourself the task of learning to read another person’s thoughts. Let's hope that the reason for setting such a goal is good enough. Once you have this power, it is extremely important to use it wisely. We tell you about the steps you must take:

Scientific explanation

Science does not recognize the existence of telepathy, but despite this, parapsychologists continue their research and look for possible explanations for the phenomenon of “remote suggestion.”

How can we convey our thoughts to others?

There is a hypothesis according to which thoughts are material, that is, the brain emits waves of different frequencies. If a person is close to you, that is, literally “on the same wavelength” with you, he is able to perceive these waves, like a radio tuned to a specific radio station.

According to parapsychologists, anyone can develop the ability to transmit thoughts. However, this is not easy to do: you will have to regularly practice and develop your abilities to achieve what you want!

Telepathy abilities

How to start?

— work together, take different easy tests.

- find a quiet place where no one will disturb you.

- try to start with emotions (that is, your partner should try to convey very strong emotions to you, such as pain, anger, sexual attraction, enthusiasm, etc.).

- do not use complex and abstract thoughts in your work, as they are very subtle, and at the beginning of practice you will not be able to catch them.

- you can also try to “see” what your partner writes in the notebook, what he imagines.

Is it possible to read other people's thoughts?

In the scientific world, telepathy is considered a pseudoscientific delusion. No one has proven their ability to read minds in a laboratory setting.

On the other hand, it is believed that every person, to one degree or another, can demonstrate these skills. When you feel “someone else’s gaze” or feel someone approaching behind you, this can also be attributed to telepathy. The brain processes telepathic signals and you recognize what you cannot see.

Mind reading is also observed in unconscious sympathy or antipathy towards people. Telepathy in this case is called intuition. Some people make you feel good and look like a pleasant person, while others give you goosebumps and a desire to leave as quickly as possible. You feel other people's thoughts, their mood, and unconsciously decipher their meaning.

Real stories about telepathy

There are quite well-known stories about reading minds at a distance. But within the framework of this article, we will consider two examples.

Major General R. was seriously wounded on September 9, 1848 during the siege of Multan. He decided that he would soon die and asked to take the wedding ring off his finger and give it to his wife. She was 150 miles from the battle site.

At the same time, his wife was half asleep and clearly saw her husband. He was carried away from the battlefield, and at that time he said, “Take my ring off your finger and send it to my wife.”

Witnesses on both sides convincingly confirmed the authenticity of what happened.

A similar story happened with William T. Stead, a British clairvoyant. He was in his office, thinking about his friend, and began to involuntarily write down on paper a message from this same friend.

“I’m sorry, but I need to inform you of a very painful experience that I just went through. I'm ashamed to talk about something like this. I was traveling by train from Haslemere. There were two ladies and one gentleman in the same carriage with me. At Godalming the women came out and we were left alone with the man.

As soon as the train started moving, he moved to me. I tried to push him away, but he was stronger than me and forcibly kissed me. In a rage, I began to fight him. She grabbed an umbrella and began hitting him with it until the umbrella broke.

I was lucky that the train pulled into Guildford. The man jumped up and jumped onto the platform, and then ran away. I was very upset about what happened."

Stead wrote the woman a soothing note, expressing regret about what had happened, and asked her to bring the man's umbrella.

The woman replied that she did not want him to know about this incident. She didn't want to tell anyone about this incident. She promised to bring an umbrella, but noticed that it was her umbrella, not the man’s.

Telepathy at a distance

So, now let's describe your specific steps on a specific day.

1. Sit opposite each other.

2. Distribute roles (one transmits the signal, the second receives it), take a sheet of paper and a pen for each.

3. Focus, let go of all thoughts, relax. To succeed, just watch your breathing, concentrate on it for several minutes: take deep breaths and exhales. A very relaxed state should occur, very similar to the state of meditation.

4. The practitioner must send a signal to the recipient. Start with the simplest images. For example, it could be a geometric figure or a flying bird. On a piece of paper, draw the image that you are conveying, just make sure that your partner does not see what you are drawing.

5. Now the practitioner remembers his drawing and imagines how it flies off the page into the air.

6. You need to concentrate entirely on the image, literally see how it hangs in the air.

7. The image needs to be given color and volume. Focus on the picture for about 30 seconds, make it three-dimensional, draw in the details in your imagination, fill it with color, while keeping the overall picture in mind.

“What will calm the heart!”

Let’s take a more complex communication: we don’t just need to get a “yes” or “no” answer, we need to know “where his button is.”

This button can be easily found by observing which of the three classic roles the person is playing with you. Eric Berne wrote about these classic roles in his brilliant book “Games People Play.” These three roles are Parent, Adult and Child. “Yes, of course, I’m an adult, I’m a serious person, I have great responsibility!” -you say... Stop, stop, stop... Let's continue the naturalist's observations.

Ordinary office life. Everyone comes to work with the same serious faces and wearing the same business suits. Someone comes earlier, someone later... And then a completely late person enters the room where his colleagues are sitting - equal in status, approximately the same age, plus or minus thirty. One of the colleagues looks at his watch and suddenly before his eyes turns into a kind of “guy over 50”, begins to become engorged, point his finger and announce in an accusatory tone: “Again, 10 minutes late!” I just want to continue: “Well, go to the corner!” We see an obvious Parent, teaching, educating... A late employee also instantly turns into a 7-year-old child: “Well, Vaaasya, you know what traffic jams are like!” - He looks ingratiatingly and, perhaps, even shuffles his foot like a child, bowing his head. His whole face depicts childish suffering - a mournful fold at the mouth, a wrinkle between the eyebrows. “I’m so helpless, what can I take from a child?!” - this figure seems to ask. If the "uncle" is satisfied, the game is over. If not, then it goes on increasing, the “uncle” continues to broadcast the truth with a stern face: “Who cares about traffic jams? Don't you know that there are traffic jams in Moscow? You shouldn’t drive a car if you don’t know how to time it!” And at this moment he is absolutely congruent - he is sure that he is right, he sincerely assumes that he is telling his colleague something important, he is just stuck in the position of the Parent.

Don’t think that everyone who swears is Parents. Parents can be not only angry, but also kind - this does not stop them from being in a parental position. Now, next to Vasya, Masha jumped up and began to lament: “Petenka, what are you, it happens to everyone, go pour yourself some tea, the main thing is that you get ready to work now - and everything will work out for you!” It was the mother-grandmother-quack who spoke, her instinct is to protect the child from the world, because he is small and helpless.

And a child can be not only weak and quiet: for example, a completely different classic Child is the irresponsible naughty Carlson, whom children love so much and serious teachers dislike so much. Why are both poor Baby and cheerful Carlson Children? Because the main thing in the “children’s” position is absolute spontaneity and the position “I am not responsible for anything.” People in the Child position may burst into the office during negotiations shouting: “Life is wonderful!” - and they will not understand you if you make comments. They will be offended - and you can easily read their emotions on their faces. In any company there is always a ringleader who comes up with funny adventures and exploits, although everyone else has to be responsible for these exploits.

Let's take an example of an anecdote that illustrates classical roles very well. The theater troupe went on tour to a town in the Russian outback; they drank everything they took with them along the way, but in the outback there was nothing to drink. And then one brave soul volunteers: “I’ll decide everything now!” And he calls the theater: “This is your troupe! If you don’t send 4 boxes of vodka, we won’t go on stage!” At the other end of the tube a question is heard: “Do you know who you are talking to?!” With the Theater Director! You immediately go to the shower, and at 16.00 you go to the rehearsal, and if you don’t go to the performance, I will throw you out of the theater!” Then the artist asks: “Do you know who you are talking to?” - "No!". He carefully lowers the receiver onto the lever with the words: “That’s nice!”

It would seem that the story ended well. The childish impulse of the brave artist was not punished. But let's laugh it off now and think about the consequences of this story. If there was a calm intonation at the other end of the receiver, it means that the director was in the position of an Adult - he clearly understood the situation, took action, calculated all the options. If the intonation was accusing, it was the Parent who spoke (most likely, there should have been a remark something like “Do you understand what you are doing?!”). And if it was the Parent, then what will happen next when the troupe returns? He will punish everyone, not really interested in who called him, without understanding who is right and who is wrong - “to teach a lesson”, “to be discouraging.” And the spontaneous childish joy of the calling actor will definitely have its consequences - there will probably be another child in the troupe who will want to please “dad” and “turn in” his colleague... And all this will not be about business at all, but about the games that people play . And which you need to be able to play.

It is important to remember one thing: if we are talking about a matter, then we can talk about it normally only from the position of an Adult: understanding the consequences of each step, building perspectives, taking responsibility.

Knowing about the three roles is useful not only when building relationships - it is a very important thing, for example, in advertising and marketing. For example, knowing that packaging and bright colors plunge people into a state of childhood, when you don’t want to think about the consequences, but want to quickly take what glitters, marketers develop appropriate packaging, merchandisers come up with product layouts in stores... And here is a spontaneous “child” 50 years old, he buys boots for himself with all the money that was in his pocket on payday: “Well, that’s what I wanted!” Of course, the Parent who lives in his soul will then nag him: “How could you buy it? What will you live on now!”... But the “child” will then admire this step for many years: “Yeah, that was a hike!”

The luckiest people in communication are those who easily switch from role to role and know how to adapt to their interlocutor. This is very important in short relationships: what’s the point if you respond in the same way to a parental assault? This will only lead to conflict. Observe, if a person is so pleased to communicate with you as with a Child, maybe it’s worth entering into this role - and winning more?

In a long-term relationship, especially if one of the 2 is stuck in one role, this is more difficult. Two children have fun together - until the first policeman or the first word “the money is over.” Two adults will have something to talk about, but they will be bored when relaxing together. Two parents will live with each other: “My rules are better!” It has been noticed that established married couples, as a rule, are complimentary: the wife plays mommy to her husband, the husband plays a strict parent to the quiet wife...

Observe the priority roles of your colleagues and friends. Assess what this or that person is suitable for or not suitable for, how to build a relationship with him that will be comfortable for him – and for you.

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