Telepathy as a Scientific Case
Telepathy as a Scientific Case In today’s world, it is impossible to communicate without any means for mankind intertwined with matter. However, telepathic ability exists in every living thing and development is obvious. This assumption proves true in studies conducted in this respect.
Research has shown that some native tribes in Australia use telepathic communication, especially aboriginal. It is seen that the information given to the aboriginals in the experiments was learned by other aborigines even if there was no verbal communication between them. Telepathic communication can be seen naturally in people who have not tied their ties to nature and live naturally. The greatest reason for this is that the material dimension has not yet touched the spiritual bonds.
Alexander Markey, one of the researchers in Australia, describes in detail the natural life and telepathic communication in his book, which states that the New Zealand Maori are still able to communicate using telepathy today. Similar methods are used in African tribes, for example in Tabu natives. Likewise, whichever the dyne is, the telepathic ability comes first among the features that are based on spiritual development, and those who deal with mystical methods and techniques. People who have acquired a certain heir and constantly repeat it are increasing their ability to perceive and receive the signals that other people have been able to hear, and the thought can only be said before personally.
According to Roger Luckhurst, the concept of telepathy in Western culture is mainly based on the 19th century. Has emerged. Prior to this period, science was concentrated on physical phenomena and the “mind” was not interested. Paranormal phenomenology understanding studies have mainly begun with studies of living magnetism. Telepathy has been dealt with more by metascientific researchers, and after a while the establishment of associations like SPR has begun to be investigated systematically and methodically in laboratory conditions. The first successful results in this area were obtained by professor J. B. Rhine from Duke University, who was considered the forerunner of parapsychology.
In a series of ESP experiments conducted at Duke University, 1850 experiments were successful at 558. These results were only 22 billion in probability based on probability-based probability calculations. The book “Extra Sensory Perception After Sixty Years” written by Rhine on ESP and telepathy experiments was accepted as an academic test book for students at Harvard University’s Department of Psychology. After psychic researchers like Rhine had successful results, telepathy was pulled into laboratory conditions and started to be considered in parapsychological research.
Telepathic predisposition and psychiatric point of view: Thought-erasing delusions and psychological symbiosis (confusion). This similarity may explain why some people have taken the idea of telepathy. Thought-inserting, a psychosis, especially schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder, is a symptom. Psychiatric patients who exhibit this symptom are mistakenly believing that some of their thoughts are not themselves, but others (ie other people, extraterrestrial creatures, or conspiratorial intelligence agents) are putting thought into their brains. Some patients think that the minds are taken from their brains or deleted. Along with other symptoms of psychosis, thoughts may also be reduced by medication.
Psychological symbiosis (mixing) is a less defined concept. It is an idea found in the writings of early psychoanalysts like Melanie Klein. In the early psychological experience of the child (during the first infancy), it is the belief that one can not realize the difference between his own mind and the experience of the parent on the other. The mind is thus called psychological symbiosis (mixing); It ends up in development, but it is said that some aspects are also found in adult mental functions. This thought may have led to the belief that the intentional erasure experience or the psychological symbiosis of unconscious memories (mixing) is a notion of “telepathy” and that telepathin exists. The idea that people with schizotypal personality disorders are prone to telepathy is the opinion of psychiatrists and psychologists, and empirical findings support it.
* Nosyon: abstract and general design in the mind of an object or thinker
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