"Telepathy would be expected to occur most effectively between people who are strongly bonded emotionally, like mothers and babies, twins, parents and children, lovers, spouses, and best friends."
This week has been quite bit interesting to me. I stumbled onto morphic resonance. The morphic field hypothesis proposes that minds are systems of fields that are located inside brains but also extend far beyond them. Upon looking it up you quickly fall down a tunnel that leads you to Dr. Rupert Sheldrake who has the only banned Ted Talk that I know of.
"Science at its best is an open-minded method of inquiry, not a belief system." - Dr. Rupert Sheldrake
Morphic resonance involves a transmission of adaptive information across time and space. He goes on to say, "Minds are extended beyond brains in every act of perception, and the fields of visual perception link the looker to the object that is looked at. Hence something can be affected by looking at it."
Thoughts on prayer...
My daily prayer is apart of my morning routine. Many things that I discuss with God have come to life around me because of this. I see signs and clues in my everyday life. I feel God is telling me I am walking in the path of light. When I talk about this to people in my church they call it the holy spirit or gods hand.
The above read by Dr. Rupert Sheldrake recognizes prayer as something that is complex to explain in words or in causalities. He simply states, "The key to understanding prayer as a scientific phenomenon requires, in my view, getting away from the idea of the mind as somehow inside the brain." I believe this to be true whole heartedly since reintroducing prayer in my morning routine. I am now able to create those habitual patterns that now are extending those limits of mental fields.
Recently I made my way back to Corpus Christi for the weekend. Visiting my siblings this past weekend, I quickly realized we all shared a similar antenna tuned in to each other. What me and my brother were thinking was transmitting to my sister and vice versa. Dr Rupert Sheldrake has a simple explanation for this, "We are no longer dealing with a purely mechanical system in the brain, with a mental field, however, we have a medium for a whole series of connections between us and the people, animals and places we know and care about–with the rest of the world."