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Telepathic attraction. Who hasn't felt it at least once? But wait a minute. What is telepathic attraction? A weird sensation that is difficult to put into words, an uncontrollable instinct with no logic. What about erotic telepathy? Maybe somebody is calling you with their mind, but your rational mind is not trained to take in such messages.
So, what is telepathy? When an unknown situation all of a sudden feels all too familiar, when you believe you know what somebody else is thinking, even if that somebody is unknown to you, when you are turned on by someone you have never seen before—is this telepathy? These experiences might be the result of a pleasant, excellent, and affectionate love relationship, or the deepening of mental communication between two people who are in contact. The underlying question is: what is the mind?
We cannot possibly deal with the mind without first introducing the functions of the brain. The brain is made up of two hemispheres linked together, with different functions. The left hemisphere is related to rational and analytical thinking, and is in charge of connecting us with reality, whereas the right hemisphere governs the artistic and intuitive side of us, and connects us with our inner reality. If we understand our brain functions, it is clear that the mind allows us to receive sensations and manifest our inner reality.
The available evidence suggests that we are able to generate mental communication with other people through these different types of energy. This phenomenon is called spontaneous telepathy.
It has been proven that spontaneous telepathic transmission is closely linked with the type of relationship between the two connected subjects. They attract a certain type of "love energy," which facilitates the reciprocal transmission of thoughts—whether you want it or not.
Marina, 32, says: "I've had telepathic communication with my partner many times. We've lived together in NYC for about two years, and we've had the same feeling three times already. One day I got home with a bottle of champagne I bought for a special romantic dinner I was planning on cooking, as a starter for a special night of love and lust, of course. When I got in the door, there he was standing, saying "I've brought you some chocolate, but what I really meant is for us to have some champagne and make love." You can imagine how surprised I was! Life in this city is so fast and we're usually so tired that we don't feel like doing anything. But that day, without notice, both of us thought of the same at the same time.
Fernando, 28, says: "I experienced telepathy once, but it was a very sad time for me. I was living with my partner, and I got home from work earlier than usual because I missed her and I was looking forward to a romantic and sexy night. She had thought of the same, but not with me: she was with her best friend in bed. I could have died there. Resentful, I wanted to join in, go to bed with both of them, but she left me."
So, where is the telepathy here? Fernando continues: "I think I was very intuitive. Deep down, I knew she didn't want me any more and that she was using me. I think I needed to see that with my own eyes."
How can you learn to use your own Sexth Sense?
The Challenge of Practicing Erotic Telepathy
The response will be immediate. Get ready for a date—your love interest will come to you! In love and sex alike, the most important thing is to be open to the magic. The secret is: you have the power to go beyond everything you think you know, and discover for yourself your true and deep perception of that which we call reality.