A few years ago my Grandad had a heart attack. They got him to hospital and he "died" on the operating table. Luckily the doctors were able to bring
him back but for a while (maybe 2 or 3 minutes) he was clinically dead. He had no history of ill health before.
At the time of his "death" my mother was working as a pit boss in a casino, 300 miles away. She came home from work pretty distressed and told us
something was wrong with her father but she couldn't tell what. She said she was carrying a tray of drinks over to a couple of punters when her
father suddenly appeared in front of her. He was only there for a split second and then he disappeared. She couldn't describe anything about him, no
clothes, no features - just that it was her father and that he nodded and smiled at her. She was so shocked she spilt the tray of drinks over the
Anyway, she came home almost immediately as she was at the end of her shift and told the family about this experience. At the time she was more
annoyed about spilling the drinks but she did had a nagging doubt about my grandad so we suggested that she phoned him. It was then that she
discovered that he was in hospital and that he had "died".
We couldn't narrow down the exact time that he stopped breathing and the exact time that she thought that she saw him, but it was within a time
period of 30 minutes.
My mother has never seemed the type of person to believe in anything paranormal. We've talked about things and she always has a logical argument for
everything (ha!!! at least that trait wasn't handed down to me!!) so I have no reason to believe that what she said wasn't the truth. My grandad
later claimed that he had an out of body experience though the details were a bit sketchy and I won't go into them now.
But was this a form of telepathy? Ordinarily I would laugh cruelly if somebody posted something like this (:lol
but I guess when it happens to
somebody who is close to you and whom you have trust in, things don't seem as simple as they are and you can be persuaded that there is something out
there that we don't understand.
So to answer your question "Is it possible to enter somebody's mind?". As far as my experience would lead me to believe - yes. But as for
controlling that entrance and what you can do once you're there? Well, for me the jury is still out on that one.