A simple proof of common telepathic connectivity

Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by Quantum Quack, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. Layman Totally Internally Reflected Valued Senior Member

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    This would only mean something if they where only actually correct about it most of the time. I have found that other people will say, yes, yep, ya, so one etc between everything someone says. I can't help but ask myself why they would do this, it seems like it would be so annoying. Well, I think it may just be a case where a person has just been accused of not listening when they have. So then they feel like they have to go to an extreme in order to prove that they are listening before they are even asked. I think in most cases it could be just because their relationship is on the rocks with someone else, then that person tends to make false accusations at them because they are displeased with them. This wouldn't mean that they are telepathic. I don't think it means that someone that doesn't respond between every sentence is not listening, like me I will probably never do that just because I don't feel like it should really be necessary. The other person should be able to deal with their insecurities but I think most of the time they never will unless you put up some kind of effort like a dog waiting for a treat from its master.
     
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  3. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    Possibly you could offer an opinion after reading post #34?

    Does it alter your understanding of he questions raised in the OP?
     
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  5. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    You refer to what I label "Extension by Deprivation". An incredibly powerful and always "painful" therapy tool.
    Typically for example if a person wished to improve their hearing then they would blindfold themselves for extended periods of time in an environment where sight is usually needed to function fully. [ like traveling on public transport etc]
    It is also interesting that you should mention "the sense of smell"?

    Any ideas on what we are actually smelling?
    Example of the problem: eyes see light [ photons ], ears hear sound sound waves [ vibrations ] however smell smells what?

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    Further more I believe you to be absolutely correct when you say "emotions" play a huge part in any sensory capability. Most modern Westerners are running about 10% of their sensory potential due to emotional, denial, and paranoia issues.
     
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  7. EinsteinHimself Banned Banned

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    Smells are the chemicals themselves. It is as if someone shoved a flower into your head, when really all that happened was a chemical floated off one and landed in a receptor. This is why smell triggers memory the best. You get the most real part of reality downloaded into your DNA.

    Allergies are a physical touch response and the most common are experienced through the nose.

    Boy ain't that the truth! It's almost like in school we teach them to be a one trick pony.

    "Sure you can do anything!!!! Except understand how "(ultra)-sensory perceptions" allow you to understand everything"

    Apparently if you use too much of your brain people try to fry eggs on your scalp!
     
  8. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    hmmm I like that... ha and very true. I could write a book on it....
    I believe this is debatable. Another thread, another time perhaps...
     
  9. EinsteinHimself Banned Banned

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    Go for it. I'll read it. I just enjoy the light conversation

    It wasn't meant to be completely literal, but it is nice to see someone familiar with the senses.
     
  10. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    uhm ok...let's see...

    "In a galaxy far far away, at a time not too distant past......"

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  11. EinsteinHimself Banned Banned

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    LOL. i'm inclined to represent my pre-cognizance in such a manner as they did on Irobot.

    "My responses are limited, You must ask the right question." LOL
     
  12. EinsteinHimself Banned Banned

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    Your right. Touch is the strongest sense, but when I touch someone I gain way too much information at once even for me to process.
     
  13. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    Have you ever heard or used the word "Sensility"? [not senility but senSility]
     
  14. Daybreak Banned Banned

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    I can't even google that word.
     
  15. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    Not surprising... I first read it used in a fictional novel years ago. The word it self is not so much the issue it is the meaning of it, that is incredibly difficult to convey. Some ancient Sanskrit alludes to it's definition but I would have to do some serious research to find an English correlation.

    Try:
    Movie: Avatar: Bond between pilot and dragon/bird creature.
    Movie: Avatar: Sensility: connection between native indigenous and forest [ particular the main tree ]

    Broadly speaking "sensility" could be defined as a heightened state of empathic sensory connectivity to the point where the sensory input of a person is experienced by another. Defined with in the context of the "Kāmikā-tantra" [ or simply Tantra]

    Edit: quick research:

    Example: an aspect of "sensility" in practice [ common] =>

    Tantric sensuality requires as it's foundation the ability for sensual enmeshment, sensual intimacy, sensual knowledge about the other party(s) sensual state. A form of "sensility" or "sensory" connectivity.
     
  16. Daybreak Banned Banned

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    Is that like reiki?
    no wonder so many women like to **** me
    they are all so afraid to touch me
    but when they do they just can't get enough
     
  17. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    "Touch Paranoia" is one of the biggest obstacles to deal with in any ones life.
    Especially due to homophobia amongst men. [men touching men - platonic-ally]
     
  18. Daybreak Banned Banned

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    imagination is key
    it runs from mind to body
    in instinct of the find
    where to touch decides how much
    fascination we give to another

    no thought is to much
    to be ill received through the touch
    My brother.
     

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