by Justin Deschamps,
Interactions between electrically dynamic systems provide a basis to understand so-called telepathic contact because living things are bioelectrical in nature. Of note, Ben Davidson, of Suspicious Observers, recently produced a rather heady scientific video about magnetic connections disrupting stable electric currents or circuits, causing the two or more systems to rebalance themselves in a rather reactive way. In essense, electric circuits are stabilized flows of electricity that are enshrouded by a magnetic field. Plasma currents, which are flows of electricity that are guided by magnetic fields, are disrupted when the fields interact, causing a rapid reorientation of the flow of electricity, and information contained therein, which in turn causes a restabilization. The resulting effect is that the two fields collide producing a new field that is informed by the preceding fields. This is very interesting when one considers that life is also a type of plasma or flow of electricity producing strong magnetic fields—in humans, this field is produced by the heart and informed by the mind/body.
The above video is generally making light of the fact that electrical energy is flowing in space and is responsible for much of the celestial phenomena we observe astronomically in the heavens. But it also provides a point of reference for how interacting fields of energy, specifically our body-mind system, transfers energy and therefore information via electromagnetic means—what is commonly referred to as telepathy or psi ability.
In order to understand the mechanics of electromagnetic informational transference between two people or one person and the global mind, an understanding of bioelectric fields will be helpful
Bioelectric Fields and Brain-Heart Coherence
The bioelectric field is a combination of individual cell fields and the nervous system in general, electrolytic fluids flowing through the body, brain activity, along with the piezo-electric pumping action of the heart, all of which is shaped or focused by different states of consciousness. This can be measured by studying the coherence or resonances between the heart (via an EKG) and the brain (via an EEG). The energy flowing within a person’s bioelectric field creates a magnetic field around their body that has the capacity to interact with other fields, whether from other people, technology or the earth itself (the geomagnetic field). This means that our bodies are like a transmitting and receiving antenna, capable of uploading and downloading information through magnetic field interactions.
When you physically associate with another person, their magnetic field mingles with yours, and the resulting interactions cause equilibriumization—transfers of information and energy. In other words, when you come close to another person, and open yourself to them, the information in their field can be “downloaded” into yours.
The coherence between a person’s heart and brain determines how receptive they are to in flowing streams of information; how open we feel around another person is a gauge for the level of our own coherence. This was demonstrated by research conducted by the CIA, particularly with Ingo Swann, who developed techniques of telepathic reception of information, called remote viewing.
Magnetic Fields and Information Sharing
When Swann entered a theta state of consciousness, during meditation, his brain and heart coherence increased, and the overall bioelectric field produced by his body became coherent. As a result, he was able to interpret information downloaded into his field. This allowed him to “view” images in another person’s mind that was within the same coherent magnetic field as Swann. The information he received needed to be interpreted by his mind by way of the gestalts or meaning associations he developed throughout his life—a person’s unique knowledge base, which acts as a deciphering mechanism. This suggests that one can train themselves to be more telepathic by developing accurate knowledge.
Swann was also able to gather information directly from the geomagnetic field (the global mind) to review sites and locations not directly associated with another person. Swann could describe a location or object that he had never seen before, hence the name remote viewing. The stronger the emotional charge of the target, the greater Swann’s capacity to describe them.
Enhancing Telepathic Contact
The key points to comprehend here are that a person’s state of consciousness and the resulting bioelectric coherence of their body governs how well they can receive information from the surrounding magnetic field, whether it be from another person or the Earth itself. More over, the focus of their mind on a target (a visualization) and their pre-existing knowledge, determines how well they can make sense of what is received.
For example, if you receive an insight that your friend is sick, you might dismiss it as a random thought, if you don’t consider telepathic contact real. Conversely, if you do think it’s real—if you pay attention to these insights—you can interpret them as such, and by asking your friend, you can see if they are in fact sick.
Have you ever noticed that after spending time with a friend or loved one, you tend to intuit what their thinking, like completing each other sentences?
The paranormal normal explanation for this phenomenon seems to be partially governed by electromagnetic coupling between body-mind fields, which can occur locally through close proximity or remotely by using the geomagnetic field as a medium or “internet.” The telepathic contact appears to be enhanced or degraded depending on the rapport between an individual and another person or population of people—particularly how well your ideational language or gestalts match up with others.
More simply stated, when you spend time with someone, you get to know them (how they speak and think based on their behavior), and you can predict what they’re going to say or react to in a similar way you can predict what your favorite musical outfit will play melodically when listening to a new track of music they produced.
This is one explanation for why co-workers, friends, or lovers tend to share information between minds so easily, especially after they’ve gotten to know each other. But there are other, less than metaphysical explanations as well.
The key enhancing factor for telepathy seems to be openness or receptivity—or more specifically—the resonances formed between two people who are open to each other—the fruit of fellowship. The more we truly love someone, accepting them as they are, the more coherent our energy field will be when interacting with them.
Let’s describe that again for clarity.
An individual produces their own bioelectric field which has a magnetic field that goes along with it, extending some 30 feet from the body. When we come close to another person, and we are open to them, the two fields produce by each person form a unified magnetic field, the quality of which depends on the nature of their relationship—how accepting they are as people. The more friendly the association, the stronger the unified field created between them, resulting in greater mind to mind communication.
Conversely, people who hate or loathe each other likely still share information, but the dissonance of their energy fields—due to how they react when they come in contact with each other—will reduce information transference. This is because when we become conscious of something we don’t accept it evokes a feeling of rejection or revulsion, this causes a dissonance between the heart and brain, reducing the coherence of the shared magnetic fields created by each person.
Additionally, anything we do intuit won’t be as apparent or noticeable due to the way we think of people we don’t like. That is, when we don’t like someone, we tend to down play or reject things about them, making it harder to recognize when we are sharing ideas and thoughts telepathically.
Telepathy in terms of Entrainment: Synchronized Informational Fields
The principle that governs this sharing of information through interacting fields is sympathetic resonance or entrainment. The more resonance between two systems of energy (people in this case), the more easily they can share information. One can review the work of Dr. Michael Persinger and his research with Ingo Swann to better understand this phenomenon.
Dr. Persinger was able to demonstrate that placing two people into a coherent magnetic field causes the information stored in one person’s field to “upload” to the shared field, where a second person can access it using theta and other states of consciousness. Such states are often achieved by balancing the mind via meditation or moments of intense introspection and revery.
Now consider that when two people hug for more than 60 seconds, each person’s coherence between heart and brain is increased, and in turn, the resonance between the two people increases. What this means is that they form a joint or unified magnetic field between them—producing a point of contact wherein the information within their minds can be shared. The more the two people develop openness and transparent rapport—an absence of secrecy, deception, and lies—the more the fields can interact and share information.
All this suggests that the mind and heart system, properly tuned via unconditional love practices and forgiveness, can better attune oneself to the fields around them, increasing telepathy and psi abilities.
And what’s more, the resonances produced by an individual’s body and mind are also harmonic with the earth itself, recognized as a coherence between the body and Schumann Resonances. This means that the more coherent or in harmony our own mind-bodies are, the more we can couple with the earth field, which results in a greater capacity to receive and transmit information into the global mind.
Morphic resonance, a term coined by Rupert Sheldrake, could be explained and understood by considering the above-mentioned interactions between two people who develop rapport as well as the coupling of individual bioelectric fields with the global mind system, the geomagnetic field.
Precognition Explained by Faster Than Light (Superluminal) Entrainment
Although, these theories of how telepathy works are hard to substantiate via direct experimentation, there is enough data available insofar as information transference between electromagnetic systems to provide a strong case for the mechanics of telepathy. And these theories only take into account space-time energy phenomenon—the material aspects of electromagnetism. That is, magnetic connections occur below the speed of light, or within the physical realms of space time, but there is a faster-than-light component to consciousness little understood by modern-day science.
In the latter case, the superluminal interactions of fields likely play a part in governing precognition phenomenon. For example, Heart-Math Institute was able to demonstrate the precognitive faculties of the heart when they conducted an experiment involving images viewed by people. The images were randomly selected and shown to a subject, producing an emotional reaction that was measured using a heart monitor. What they observed was that the heart would react before the image was selected by the random generator. This experiment provides a data point which strongly suggests the heart is receiving precognitive insight.
How precognition works isn’t well understood, but if one considers the work of another physicist, Dewey B. Larson, some inferences can be drawn.
Specifically, Larson’s model of physics, called Reciprocal Systems (RS) Theory state that the superluminal regions of the universe, which operate above the speed of light, are in time-space, which means that information flowing in this region can move through time itself. The information within these faster-than-light fields produced by the mind can entrain with each other, which simply means that information received in the future can imprint itself onto the past. Interpreting the precognitive studies of the heart within RS theory, the reaction to the photograph transmits information into the time-space region, where it then “spreads out” in time, informing the field of the heart before the image is seen by the subject.
Intuitions and Gut Feelings about Possible Futures
If the RS theory of time-space information sharing is correct, then this suggests superluminal electrical interactions are at work. That is, information seems to be able to flow above the speed of light, which means insights can be received before an event that provided them takes place.
Information flowing in space-time (below the speed of light) can be transmitted into time-space (above the speed of light) using electromagnetic interactions as a medium or gateway. And this also suggests that living things are a dual system of below the speed of light and above the speed of light activity, that is, the body is a space-time object that is married to a time-space component of consciousness.
In other words, it appears as though telepathic contact can occur with ourselves across time itself, which is why we can get intuitions about the future that turns out to be accurate. For example, if you’re making plans to go on a vacation, you might get a weird feeling that suggests you shouldn’t go, and if you do, you might experience something that you didn’t want. In this case, the gut feeling you felt beforehand is an example of this precognitive reception of the future.
Also consider that remote viewers seem to be able to access information about parallel timelines, which also means you can get insights about possible futures, and choose not to act on them. This suggests that the mind’s ability to explore possible futures is just as precognitively sensitive as actual futures.
These studies also suggest that the more accurate our knowledge—the more the one truth is reflected within—the greater our capacity to use our innate psi abilities. Again, this is because the resonance between gestalts (knowledge and ideas contained within the mind)—whether in an individual or group of people—provides a pathway for the exchange of information.
Sharing Information via a Medium of Exchange
As an example of the sharing information via entrainment, consider how metronomes synchronize with each other, so long as a platform or medium for their individual frequency rates is present.
Notice that the metronomes couldn’t synchronize when a board they are resting on is on the table. But once the board is placed on two cans, the vibrations of each metronome transfers to the board, which then provides a medium for the exchange of their individual frequencies. A magnetic field is a medium for telepathic contact, whether produced artificially (like in Dr. Persinger’s experiments) or organically (either by two people developing loving rapport—shared heart-fields), or the earth’s geomagnetic field.
Given that the entire physical universe is governed by electromagnetic interactions, this seems to be a plausible theory. And it suggests any type of electromagnetic field has the potential to interact with any other, and in doing so, transmit information. Consider that we are influenced by another person’s field, which is influenced by the geomagnetic field, which is influenced by the solar magnetic field, which is influenced by surrounding stars and the galaxy. All these dynamic electromagnetic fields exchange information as they come in contact with each other, which provides a scientific basis to understand astrological influences.
Hopefully, as science sheds their rejection of superluminal activities, the nature of telepathy and psi abilities (as governed by electromagnetism), will be better understood.
In the mean time, you can experiment and observe your own body and mind as it interacts with the environment. Try developing unconditional love and acceptance of people in your life. It should become apparent with a little-dedicated mindfulness that as you shed negativity and short-sighted judgments about a person or thing, you can be better informed by insights that turn out to be accurate.
In my own studies, I’ve noticed that the more inclusive I am with information, developing a clear and concise understanding of things, the more I seem to be able to receive insights and intuitions that are reflective of the truth.
And if we consider that love is an inclusive mode of consciousness, then by becoming more loving, we create greater mind-body coherence, which in turn increases the power of our bioelectric fields capacity to receive and transmit information. The practice for achieving this state has been called self-mastery.
The ability to accept new information and weave it into a coherent or holistic model of reality (singular knowledge by careful discernment and contemplation), ensures the coherence of the body’s bioelectric field is tuned to receive telepathic information clearly. When we love the truth and embrace the unknown, we make our selves better receivers.
Imagine a world where everyone is loving and receptive, where prejudice is replaced by compassion and tolerance, and loving states of acceptance are the norm. Perhaps, in such a world, innate telepathic abilities will become more powerful, eventually leading to the emergence of psi abilities and mind-to-mind modes of communication.
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About The Author
Justin Deschamps has been a truth seeker all his life, studying physics, psychology, law, philosophy, and spirituality, and working to weave these seemingly separate bodies of information into a holistic tapestry of ever expanding knowledge. Justin is a student of all and a teacher to some, sharing what he has discovered with those who are ready and willing to take responsibility for making the world a better place. The goal of his work is to help himself and others become better truth-seekers, and in doing so, form a community of holistically minded individuals capable of creating world healing projects for the benefit of all life—what has been called The Great Work. Check out his project Stillness in the Storm to find some of his work. Follow on Twitter @sitsshow, Facebook Stillness in the Storm, and minds.com.
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