We are all aware of the ability to coerce or convince someone with words or physical force. This is a well known aspect of our experience as human
However, the power of thought and intention goes mostly unnoticed and unquestioned.
I poured a whole hell of a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into understanding possible effects of the mind and thought/emotion upon our environment. To
be precise, the effect upon other people and their actions (calculating that if any effect could be observed, it would most likely be in others, as
they have brains that are mostly formatted and structured the same way as mine, thus making it an easier bridge or transmission).
With that said, have any of you seen the movie Push? In the movie, there are people with unique abilities like telekinesis and remote viewing. One of
the abilities, is the ability to Push. What it means to push, is essentially plug ideas or thoughts into another person's mind. It goes as far as full
So what you might ask? Sounds like a bunch of fiction, right?
Well, I wish that were the case at this point in my discoveries.
I don't want to go into too much detail, believe me I could easily give close to 100 solid examples if not more, and if I remembered every instance,
it would be in the thousands of observations at this point. It is beyond a shadow of a doubt in my mind that our minds communicate telepathically,
albeit to a lesser extent...unless of course you discover the "way of thinking" that is
the method of projecting thoughts or feelings unto
It is a very touchy and dangerous subject.
Examples include thinking a word and someone near by saying that same word within a few seconds, and it is not a word that is commonly said (have to
account for probabilities, as any good observer does). I'm talking a word that would be highly improbable to hear within a few seconds of thinking
There's more to it, including countless observations of me "projecting" my thoughts, and people literally stopping dead in their tracks, turning
around, and staring straight at me.
One was so obvious it was almost frightening. I was in my car, thinking in this "way." A woman was walking in front of my car on the sidewalk.
Suddenly, she stopped, turned around, looked straight at me, and with an angry look said "It's YOU mother#er."
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