We are complex little organisms us humans, caught in an existence bound by an individual view of the world around us. Many of us travel through life with a simple view that although there are obviously others all around us, each of us is an individual entity managing our own existence. Whereas to an extent of our day to day life this is reasonably true, there are also fundemental aspects which seemingly tie us to others constantly.
When I first began reading more about telepathy, looking into more detailed research and realised that there was an abundance of data out there to support the phenomena; it wasn’t the unusual that surprised me! In fact it was the more simplistic and obvious that began to inspire me. It may seem a little odd, but it confused me when I first read about these aspects of life which could be attributed to telepathy. How did I miss this obvious part of psychical research and more importantly why hadn’t more people mentioned it to me in the past!
Telepathy is an intrinsic element of our world, but equally it’s like a forgotten art that we exclude on the basis that standard science has a little trouble explaining it. For example; have you ever picked up your mobile phone and began to text a loved one, only to have them ring you as you write the text? Have you ever felt the gaze of someone on you, only to turn around and have your eyes meet with another person staring right at you? More importantly perhaps, have you ever questioned the fact that whilst talking to a friend/colleague/loved one you understand more than is verbalised? These few examples are in my opinion and some others, good examples of probable telepathy.
A common misconception among many is that telepathy is all about mind reading. That is one individual reads the mind of another in order to discover information. I’ve encountered this belief in many occasions whilst working with mediums and often when I’ve used the term telepathy they’ve become a little insulted that I could attribute communication to mind reading. So, let’s go ahead and clear that up right now shall we! I see telepathy as the method in which communication occurs, that is to say for me it describes a type of communication between the source and the receiver. In the same way we hear what someone says when they speak out loud, information could also be transferred between our conscious or unconscious minds. However when we speak to one another, there is an intent or a reason for the conversation taking place. This transfer of information telepathically appears to occur both intentionally and unintentionally. The easiest way I can explain this is by means of what I call ‘the forgotten name’. I’m sure many of us have had a conversation about a film we may have watched in the past, but become stumped when we are unable to remember a character or actors name. At that recognition of our memories failing us, we try particularly hard to recall the name without success. In fact in my own experience and in the observation of others, the harder we try to recall the missing name the less we are able to do so. What’s odd about this situation is that when we stop thinking of name we are unable to recall, it often will come to us without warning and often to our surprise too. This very action in my opinion displays the very fact that our unconscious mind may continue to work on problems as we consciously continue with our day. It’s also this action that highlights the probable hidden activities our mind could achieve unbeknown to our conscious self. Hence why telepathic interaction is likely to occur in this way, travelling from conscious to unconscious mind and into the ether.
Of course beyond the interaction with ones subliminal self is the interaction which appears to occur between us all, possibly on a more regular occurrence than many of us may realise. Many of us currently understand the possibility of telepathic interaction as something that occurs on an ad-hoc basis, something that may take place when we wonder into a haunted location or perhaps when we are in the presence of a spiritual medium. However what if I told you that it’s my opinion and indeed belief that it’s occurring all the time and is actually built into our very being? As crazy as it sounds and some may think it is crazy, I don’t think I’m entirely alone on this understanding. The easiest way to explain this is to describe a general conversation you might have with someone, during which both parties verbalise the points their attempting to make. However if you step back and observe the conversation, you’ll quickly realise there’s more going on than simple speach. We often involves physical gestures in order to make our point, there’s always facial expressions which are imperative in order to define what we are saying, but also the speach itself also has varying tone in order to express points too. There’s a conversation hidden by the conversation so to speak and what I have mentioned is only the obvious expressions.
This is where the concept of Entangled Emotional Fields comes into play. Have you ever noticed that conversations with close friends or family, even those work colleagues we’ve spent a lot of time with, seem more often to be easier. They understand our point of view quicker and less effort is required to enable them to understand us. Obviously this is because they understand our mannerisms better from spending time with us, but equally it’s my assumption that through spending this time together we create an emotional bond which equally makes telepathic interaction more effective.
The reason I believe these kind of Entangled Emotional Fields occur is simply because as we spend time together we create memories together, those memories in themselves and no matter their content include an aspect of emotion which helps generate the energy associated with them. In the paranormal this kind of effect is often associated with the Stone Tape Theory and Residual Hauntings. An energy of a particular event imprints the details on a physical location, so that under the right circumstances that event is often played back like a video recording. Thus creating Ghosts which cannot be interacted with. Often these are events are singularly associated to negative traumatic events, such as an attack or murder. However I believe it may have been the great Ghost Hunter Andrew Green that believed that this could also occur with good memories and happy positive events too. A point of view I must agree with.
So, if it’s possible that the very energy of an event can imprint on a location like a recording or perhaps a memory, then it’s equally possible that the emotion of shared memories can help connect us and equally increase the possibility of telepathic interaction. Just as intent and attention is important, so is the emotional connection.
This in my opinion is shown quite well in the fact that many of us have encountered that strange moment where we have been thinking of a loved one only to have them phone us shortly thereafter. I believe Rupert Sheldrake has run studies on this too, I wonder if the results were better involving loved ones. I’ve experienced this personally myself when texting a loved one on my mobile phone, only to have them call as I am half way through said text. There’s even been documented stories of people who have thought of a friend whilst in a foreign city only to round a corner shortly after and bump into them. These in my opinion are good evidence for the existence of Entangled Emotional Fields working both locally, at a distance and void of time too. Think about that for second? Is there such thing as random events if all this is going on in the background? That’s something for another post I feel!
So, I guess before I close this post off I should really define my understanding of what I mean by Entangled Emotional Fields? Fundamentally I believe them to be a part of our human energy field, which each of us has during our lives. The field is rooted in our physical form (perhaps), but extends well beyond it through time and space. During our existence this field interacts with the fields of those we meet and in this fashion becomes connected to those individuals. The more time we spend with an individual the more their field becomes Entangled with ours, the stronger the connection becomes and the more likely that telepathic interaction may occur. However there does appear to be an additional aspect which overrides time spent in this theory, which is that of strong emotion. That’s to say that you could spend a short amount of time with one person, but if that period of time has a deep strong emotional value then that can create a strong bond too. Ergo you could spend 30 minutes with person A, but during that time be involved it a heated argument that your passionate about or engage in a passionate embrace; whilst you could spend 4 hours with person B discussing work. The Emotional Entanglement with person A would be stronger than person B due to the greater emotional exchange in a shorter period of time.
Of course it’s hard to prove the existence of these Entangled Emotional Fields, but I believe it’s a good possibility given the points I’ve discussed. Still, I would love to hear your point of view on this?
Thank you for reading and let’s be careful out there!