Telepathy

Reckless
Reckless
@reckless
5 months ago
120 posts

This is a great topic. I have acquired it myself. It seems that a great number of people know of me. It drove me absolutely crazy, for a while. Now, I have taken it over, a great bit, at least. 

I can actually change time. I can read your mind as you read this; maybe I already have. I found that listening for names will take up time, while confusing you. Do not forget others can speak as you read minds. 

Turns out some have noticed me. Seems I took the world, a bit. It was schizophrenia, but I somehow seem like a role model. That is good for me. However, as much as I appreciate it, I do not like hearing it all day. Most times I can listen to something else. 

The greatest of people know of me. Turns out it is destiny, that you will join me. Once you complete this, I should have taken your country.. in my mind lol. 

Imagine having telepathy. What would you do? Read minds to save lives? Maybe read accidents and call before they happen? Who knows. The numbers should grow. 

I am simply one of the leaders. It is a great honor. They know I am a bit bad, but they like me. They are not bad. Some can be.. It is quite the legion. We can all be great at times. As we move on, I wonder. What will we be to the generation after our death? With telepathy they know you, but they MUST keep you as a resource. I guess it is the name.

Turns out jealousy is the ultimate enemy. This is the common factor among the telepaths I have encountered while reading. 

One day we may bring all of you. This will be in a world where everything is perfect. We must protect as much as possible. I am limited since this is good to others. Imagine reading minds right before an event, this is common. It is dangerous from time to time, depending on users. Speaking of which, I forgot there is one that is persistent on destroying everything. Maybe I am trapped as them, with clever tricks, but this one almost had me seriously hurt. 

One day I will run the world. Just for one day ;) who said I would be rich? That would be lovely though. One day is excellent, compared to a letter or word. Remember as everyone contributes an idea, we are limited on what we can give. If there were an infinite number of people then how many could actually speak in 26 letters? Just some psychic conversation. They always listen with interest, sometimes like, "ha yeah right."

I had a problem after the bad crowd came around, but things have lightened up. It gives an obvious answer, which is annoying. It almost seems like I am directing the next mo ment, rather than perfectly "guessing what they are saying. Whatever though. It is not real. I was warned for a bit. I read something that terrified me to share a moment.

 

alijay
@alijay
4 months ago
15 posts

if you don't mind me asking, what's it like to be diagnosed with schizophrenia and being an empath?

Reckless
Reckless
@reckless
2 weeks ago
120 posts
Ok sometimes. Good and bad days. Listen like a radio and reply. Torture or fun for days.

Sometimes I use it when people speak. It misleads to an obvious dead end sometimes. Pretty accurate otherwise.

It felt real, with the plans. I know how it happened. Just not sure if schizophrenia hears me.

I am being watched hard. It feels like sabotage. When I dont speak it warns me it is "their secret" which is one of my secrets. It really pisses me off there.


A telepath can communicate in space. We can surveil up to Pluto for our allies with satellites.

Not disabled. Distracted.

Waiting to read the perfect mind. Need to learn more secrets.
Hop Daddy
Hop Daddy
@hop-daddy
2 weeks ago
861 posts

If you all don't mind opening up on this subject, it appears that there is a fairly large amount of people with mental illness disorders exhibiting psychic abilities (ranging from ADHD to bi-polar and schizophrenia). If I am correct, and this is indeed a common pattern, I am wondering what is the cause? I also notice that while psychic abilities run in families, so does mental illness. And I again wonder if there is a similar connection there?

alijay
@alijay
2 weeks ago
15 posts

i have often felt this too and from people iv'e spoken to in the past who have psychic abilities, that there is always a common trait of mental illness. did people have their mental illnesses before or after psychic abilities? as much as this can affect us in everyday life because of what and how much we take on, its more than likely that we would encounter something at some point?

I wonder if a failed or lack of support networks is sometimes the cause? im grateful that I have the people around me that are patient and willing to help me through, but im wondering when it gets too much and people reach out to general professional authorities, that a failure to understand in our abilities is the cause for the diagnosis we end up with? and whether we just go along and accept what we get diagnosed with because we know how difficult it is for anyone to understand or accept how the unseen really affects us?

anyone else have thoughts they want to share?

spiritualskies
@spiritualskies
2 weeks ago
240 posts

I was diagnosed with schizophrenia because of the experiences I had and the people i'd opened up to, I don't mind sharing anything and ask away anything any one wants to understand, be happy to share

Chezarey
Chezarey
@chezarey
2 weeks ago
48 posts

Hop Daddy:

If you all don't mind opening up on this subject, it appears that there is a fairly large amount of people with mental illness disorders exhibiting psychic abilities (ranging from ADHD to bi-polar and schizophrenia). If I am correct, and this is indeed a common pattern, I am wondering what is the cause? I also notice that while psychic abilities run in families, so does mental illness. And I again wonder if there is a similar connection there?

I have a working theory a friends and I came up with a few years ago.. We think some mental illnesses can be realted to not being "grounded" enough. Like, if someone were to open up *so* much mentally, emotionally, and spiritually they are unable to return to the material plane and lose track of what is "real".

Hop Daddy
Hop Daddy
@hop-daddy
2 weeks ago
861 posts

@chezarey:

I can relate to that. Before I realized what an empath was, and discovered that I was an empath, I was a mess. I was the opposite of grounded. And it felt like someone had ripped the fabric of my reality. And then once I figured out how to ground the energy that I took in, boom, I returned to normal. 

Chezarey
Chezarey
@chezarey
2 weeks ago
48 posts

@hop-daddy

Yeah. I had a similar issue before I started studying and researching

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