Is telepathy between you and others possible? Yes, for the simple reason that there is only one mind in this universe—God’s Mind—and all thought occurs within that one mind. So your thoughts can, indeed, be transferred to another person, and vice versa.
Affirmations for this lecture by Dr. Paul Leon Masters:
- Mystically Viewed: I understand that there is but one mind in the Universe that is God’s mind, and that all that takes place does so in the mind of God, inclusive of telepathy between people.
- Bible References: I understand that the words in the Bible – within him, we move, live, and have our being – refers to the God Mind and all activity therein inclusive of telepathy between people.
- Beginning: I understand that all thought, inclusive of telepathy, is transferred from the unconscious mind of one person to the unconscious mind of another person, some of which may become conscious, or if not, still influence the conscious thought activity of the receiver.
- Meditation: I understand that the daily practice of meditation opens the conscious level of my mind to unconscious thought activity, and thus, telepathic sensitivity to another person’s thoughts.
- Emotional Telepathy: I understand that emotional telepathy, or charged thought energy, can travel between people, such as love or opposite extremes of ill feelings.
- Sleep: I understand that what I am thinking or feeling, consciously or unconsciously, can travel between me and another person, though I am asleep, as this is an unconscious activity.
- Protection: Anytime that I may sense any negative thought or feeling coming at me from another person telepathically, I project a white protective aura of God light all around my body.
- Telepathy with God: I understand that telepathy between my conscious mind and God’s mind at the center of consciousness within me, comes to me as intuition as thought, feeling, or both.
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Audio version read by Rev. Steven Lane Taylor, B.Msc.
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