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I have experienced at least one unwanted telepathy, and have transmitted accidentally as well. What does this mean from a shamanistic perspective? Any psychiatrist would call it psychosis, and I would have but for some evidence that showed up. I kind of want it to stop, but have little time at the moment to dedicate to anything new. I only experienced them once, if that matters.

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hello unknown patterns!

you always have a choice to put out a strong "NO" out there and around you- take what you want and reject what you don't. really ground yourself in why you don't want the telepathy, feel for it don't assume it, and intend from there- that place of truth. make it a goal to do it consistently. but also look at what parts of you *are* in agreement with the telepathic experiences, and heal them if that seems fit to you.

 

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I suppose it happened because I was in the right state in the right time and the right place and was witnessing another experience of a similar situation as I was in at a much younger age. It was a part of my spiritual awakening, and was meant to happen then, but I need control over things like that. I have a powerful external locus of control, Your advice should be adaptable to my situation, thank you. I am learning to let it just stop, confronting it directly seemed to make it worse, which seems to be a theme in my life. It seems like I end up every few years in a situation that's deeply unpleasant and totally out of my control, and the last 2 involved a little telepathy, which made me feel bad about myself. I like to be kind, and I have a habit of taking back "no's" once pushed enough. But, I see the idea, of putting power and intent into my newer desire of just being able to control it. It could be useful if I ever decide to go into healing. I know it's something advanced spiritual practitioner's have experienced, I just don't feel ready for it. What if I change it to "Not Now"?

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  • 4 weeks later...

What I've found is that things happen when you're ready for them to happen.  I've found books or friends, etc, at the right moment when I was ready to experience more.  Many have been bad.  One my my exes is in a state hospital (not because of me), and probably will be for a long time, but I still love her and will treasure many of our times together forever, but at the same time many of our experiences taught me many lessons.

You mention of looking back on things.  Obviously, yeah.  Never be afraid of anything.  Learn what you can.  Realize it later.  And if you don't feel ready for it, don't worry.  I have been for awhile now, and I didn't worry until things got really real.  Will they for you, or anyone else?  Everyone has their own unique experiences. 

Feel free to contact me

-Varg

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