reply to post by Talltexxxan
To answer the question: Yes.
I can stand being in crowds, but am always hyper-vigilant to get that first sense of raw fear. Basically, I'm not interested in being stuck in a crowd
when mob mentality or mass hysteria takes over. Generally, I stay away from crowds.
I have very little interest in being around people overall, though, because most people are so false that it becomes tedious to pretend I don't know
what they are thinking
and react to that, as opposed to reacting what they do or say.
For people I do not know on a personal level, I just know
the real reason for their behavior.
Associates, I can finish their sentences and understand what they are planning to talk about.
For loved ones, I do hear their thoughts on occasion. It's like I think the same thought as the person - but I know it is a thought originating from
I do know how to communicate with animals and, on some level, with plants.
I am also able to remote view, get flashes of events just by looking at someone, but I also get scent association and color association and slight
tidbits of memory association from other people.
I am also a Broadcaster, as in, I can influence people with thought and, if I let my guard down, people can hear my negative thoughts. I learned to
stonewall everyone at a very young age because people would hear my thoughts and repeat them back to me as insults. And, I mean, bad stuff I was
thinking about myself - they would repeat it back verbatim in the nastiest tone they could muster, with full intent to hurt me and a vicious emotion
It is very difficult for me to allow that wall and those barriers to lower for anyone. I am learning how to do it just now, and control my own
Obviously, I know that most people are afraid to admit that something like this is possible - that there are people who can see into their minds.
What I know that these same people don't realize is that we are not as judgmental as they are expecting us to be by "seeing" their thoughts.
It just is
For me, I see or hear something and I accept it and I move on.
I believe that most people who feel this innate fear of being "discovered" emanate that perceived judgment back out onto others. Now that I think
about it, this is probably why most of my close friendships end with the other person "hating" me. They've probably been slightly freaked out by how
well I understood their thought processes and when I say something that they think but do not want to admit, they turn on me rather than themselves.
Oh well, there's not much I can do about it.
I stopped pretending that I am "normal" a long time ago.
And, yes, it does get overwhelming when I am very tired.
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