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V. Vaidehi Priyal1, & N. Ramkumar2
1AJK College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
2PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Introduction: Telepathy an established scientific fact is derived from two Greek words, ‘tele’ meaning “afar” and ‘pathos’ meaning “feeling”. It is the action of one mind on another at a distance and without communication by means of the senses. From the book ‘Telepathy’ by William Walker Atkinson (1910), the Society for Psychical Research, 1882 conducted experiments on telepathy, thought-transference and similar phenomena, which have been fully reported and these reports comprising of several volumes, have given the world a record of psychic phenomena of the greatest value to science.
Methods: The pineal gland is the thought transmitter, it serves as a medium for telepathic communication. It is a small cone-shaped gland at the back of our brain, located exactly at the top of the spinal cord, which in Hindu traditions is called as the extra-sensory third ‘eye’ through which perception of the world is not limited to the physical senses. According to Lang et al. (2002), every emotion you feel, every moment of joy and fear, produces a chemical enzyme in your body. Each enzyme passes to the pineal. The pineal is the system of entry into the Divine Mind. So some thoughts and feelings become springboards; others become obstructions. Doubt is one blockage that prevents the manifestation of our desires. Doubt creates a bio-chemical reaction, which activates a neuron carrier in the brain that flows from the pituitary gland to the pineal and blocks the gateway to the Divine Mind. This becomes the forgotten information.
The Cerebral Cortex is where thinking, logic, deduction, evaluation, short term memory etc. takes place. It also controls the function of the five physical senses and extremity movement. It is the information gatherer for the various levels of consciousness. This area constantly interferes with telepathic communication and must be stilled in order to receive instruction through the higher mind (Jasmuheen, 1995). As a result, if we ‘still’ the cerebral cortex the third eye gets activated, where the thoughtless form creates a pathway to enter into the ‘Divine Mind’ through the pineal. Thus, we can use telepathy to connect with the higher dimensions of consciousness. It is the next step in our evolution.
Discussion: Equate your brain to a mobile device. A mobile device can receive and send signals to another device, which is far away. Likewise, a human brain can receive and transmit information to another brain. But, we are not able to telepathically communicate. This is because there are two major blocks, which prevents brain from ‘Telepathic Communication’. They are,
Block 1: We are not aware our brain has telepathic ability. Because we doubt is it possible to transfer thoughts or telepathy exists? As we have seen ‘doubt’ is one blockage which prevents the manifestation of our desires. The same happens here, the doubt that telepathy is impossible creates a biochemical reaction and activates a neuron carrier in the brain that flows from the pituitary gland to pineal and blocks the gateway to the divine mind which becomes the forgotten information.
Block 2: Our brain is engaged in various thoughts and desires. Cerebral cortex is the womb where the birth of thought forms and desires are delivered. So one must still the cerebral cortex to activate the third eye, where the thoughtless form clears the block in the pineal and creates a pathway to enter into the divine mind. To still the cerebral cortex we can use meditation techniques and other motivational programs to activate the third eye unlocking the ‘telepathic ability’.
During ancient times in India, people used telepathy for communicating, were they say the pineal gland served as the medium of receiving and transmitting information. But as time rolled, people had slowly been pulled into the whirlpool of discoveries and technological development; the pineal gland has become dormant. For an individual to experience his telepathic power it takes time, since the blocks can be unlocked only slowly for a person, to fully use his/her telepathic ability.
Atkinson, W. W. (1910). Telepathy – Its Theory, Facts and Proof. Hollister, MO: YOGeBooks.
Baconnier, S., Lang, S., Polomska, M., Hilczer, B., Berkovic, G. & Meshulam, G. (2002). Calcite microcrystals in the pineal gland of the human brain: first physical and chemical studies. Bioelectromagnetics, 23, 7, 488-95.
Jasmuheen, (1995). In Resonance. Self Empowerment Academy.
Dr. V. Vaidehi Priyal, BSc, MBA, PhD. Her PhD research was on ‘Spiritual Business Management’. She has published 2 books and has contributed a chapter each in a book on ‘e-Learning’ and ‘Spirituality in the workplace’. She has also published more than 15 research papers in prominent National and International Journals. She has presented papers in National and International conferences. She is now working in AJK College of Arts and Science as Assistant Professor in BBA Department.