Re: Telepathy help
Well, before I get into help, let me do what I do.
"I think I heard my boyfriend say my name and say he loves me, and he says he thought it, telepathy?" Over generalizing, but roll with me. Experimenting or not this is an exceedingly general statement. I would like to think that your lover occasionally has thoughts about you and their affection for you. Did they think it last night, hard to say, yesterday is a long day. If you want to actually work at this, and experiment with it, record it. If you're trying to send him a message write down in a notebook what you sent, and when you did. If you think you picked up something from him, write down what you received and when. Have him do the same. Then after a while exchange notebooks and see how you did. They don't have to be exact (I think most of the time telepathic communication is only partly linguistic) but if they sent you a message about having a rough day, and you thought they said something about going for a picnic, totally disconnected. But if they sent about a bad day, and you got the emotion, or a message about something going wrong, and it's in the right time frame, then maybe you have a hit.
As for what to do for help. Try a material focus of some sort. I know it sounds stereotypically woogy, but holding something of each others, especially something important or personal (in the sense of personal of the body, like a locket of hair) and using that as a...signal booster can help. To a lesser extent something like a picture can be used as a link, and treat the picture like them, thinking and speaking to the image. Really all your doing here is creating a link or connection, something to boost your messages back and forth. Sure you know each other, and are connected that way, but when learning every little bit helps.
Also experiment with different ways of sending. Sometimes try straight thinking at them, other times visual something like a phone conversation, or sending a messanger to them. There is no point in trying to hone a method that doesn't work with you, so play around before you try to focus on improving too much.
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