telepathy: thought transference; this is how the Masters communicate on the inner plane and also with initiates on the outer plane who have trained their mental faculties to do so (in a past or the present life)
From the Greek tele, "distant", and patheia, "feeling", is the supposed ability to communicate information from one mind to another without the use of extra tools such as speech or body language, and is one form of extra-sensory perception or anomalous cognition. This information is generally reported as being "received" in the same form as that from the conventional senses.
the word was coined by F. W. H. Myers in 1882 as the outcome of hisjoint investigation with Gurney, Sidgwick and Prof. Barrett into thepossibilities of thought transference. It was meant as a name for afact: "a coincidence between two person's thoughts which requires acausal explanation," and it was defined as "transmission of thoughtindependently of the recognized channels of sense." Also seeencyclopedia entries for TELEPATHY and THOUGHT-TRANSFERENCE.
The process of communication - without words or gestures - of reading the minds of others. Identical twins, or married couples who have been together for many years, sometimes report being able to communicate telepathically. The more gifted telepaths, however, can read the minds of strangers whom they pass on the street.
Thought transference from one person to another without the mediation of any known channel of sensory communication (for example, identifying a playing card merely being thought of by another person). See also clairvoyance, extrasensory perception, parapsychology, precognition, psi, psychokinesis.
Term coined by Frederic Myers to refer to the paranormal acquisition of information concerning the thoughts, feelings or activity of another conscious being; the word has superseded earlier expressions such as “thought-transference.” See also General Extrasensory Perception. [From the Greek ele, “far away,” + pathein, “to have suffered, been affected by something”] LATENT TELEPATHY An instance of telepathy in which there seems to be a time lag between the agent's attempt to transmit the target, and the percipient's awareness of that target. PRECOGNITIVE TELEPATHY The paranormal acquisition of information concerning the future mental state of another conscious being.
Telepathy (from the Greek Ï„á¿†Î»Îµ, tele, "distant"; and Ï€Î¬Î¸ÎµÎ¹Î±, patheia, "feeling") is defined in parapsychology as the paranormal acquisition of information concerning the thoughts, feelings or activity of another person.http://parapsych.org/glossary_s_z.html#t Parapsychological Association Glossary of Parapsychological terms, Retrieved Dec 19, 2006 The term was coined in 1882 by the classical scholar Fredric W. H. Myers, a founder of the Society for Psychical Research, and has superseded earlier expressions such as thought-transference.http://parapsych.org/glossary_s_z.html#t Parapsychological Association Glossary of Parapsychological terms, Retrieved Dec 19, 2006 Telepathy is considered a form of extra-sensory perception or anomalous cognition.http://parapsych.org/glossary_e_k.html#g See entry for "GENERAL EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION". From the Parapsychological Association Glossary of Parapsychological terms, Retrieved Dec 19, 2006 Telepathy is often associated with other paranormal phenomena, such as precognition, clairvoyance, and psychokinesis.
Telepathy is a software framework for interpersonal communications. It aims to simplify development of communications applications and promote code reuse by defining a logical boundary between the applications and underlying network protocols. Applications use Telepathy components via the D-Bus inter-process communication mechanism.