Many people are familiar with the T.H.I.N.K. acronym (as in T.rue, h.elpful, i.nspiring, n.ecessary, k.ind) of thinking before speaking and witnessing before coalescing non-verbal thought into verbal thought. This THINK method enhances telepathy too as explained below.
The ideal speech is to Praise All and criticize none. If nothing good to say, we can be silent and silently pray for or envelop in peaceful healing energies or bless the person that "seems bad". Any bad thought or word makes Telepathy of subtler nature harder and it just makes us less happy anyway. Criticizing oneself is fine, but not anyone else. :) Forgiveness never criticizes anyone, not even oneself. The self alone is to blame for anything one perceives as "bad" in the world. "Bad" is someone's learning journey in this school and it's pointless to label people or judge them, because only advanced spirits and God know what lessons each soul came to learn in the physical universe. Whatever people do is their choice, only higher powers know the soul intent which is often unknown to the conscious mind. A very nice soul may choose to be bad briefly for a few years for a higher purpose (healing others, reforming something, etc) unknown to all. Everything we think and speak influences the person we think/speak about a tiny tiny bit, even if a trillionth of what they are influenced when they think themselves. So if we want the best timeline for every human being, the best World Peace timeline, we need to overcome the bad habit of criticizing others. :) I know, it's almost impossible, as everyone does it almost at least once a year. :) The main person affected by useless criticism is the person criticizing usually, wasting their mental energy, when they could do something more productive for humanity. :) Nobody changes because of our words. As we change, the world changes, since we are all connected on the subtler astral levels. :) No need to try change others by criticizing them. And once again, the gentle walking is a great aid in avoiding slipping back into the worldly criticizing self. lol. ☻♥ A good mantra or saying to recall sometimes when we are tempted to criticize others is "Everyone is an Angelic Shimmering Immortal Lightbeing, except me who has so many faults. Everyone is a Perfect Spiritual Teacher in disguise, an Avatar of Soul Immortality, except me, the eternal student. Nobody is bad, except me. I don't know others, only GOD does, so therefore, assuming they are saints is a humble good step that keeps the ego in check. :)
The ideal being to avoid using negative words such as swear words and "stupid", "moron", "idiot", "alcoholic", "ignorant", "nonsense", "bullshit", "crazy", "crap", "bad", "hate", "disaster", "macho", "war monger", "violent", "criminal" anything that has a negative connotation, in written or spoken form, as it will have a subtle "less ideal" effect on the speaker/writer and others. :) Instead of "punishment" one can use "reminder of noble action and noble speech". Instead of "bullshit" or "nonsense" or "crazy" one can say "a little hard to understand" as it is gentler, softer and more tender. We often don't even realize how we use words that are not ideal or completely opposite to our ideals of gentleness, tenderness, softness, kindness, etc. "war monger" is not good, ideally one should say "perhaps not the most peaceful types". "macho" is not good to use either, a better one would be "perhaps not the gentlest types". ignorant is not good, ideally one would say "perhaps not the smartest in the galaxy". We can ideally always avoid any NEGATIVE WORD, and use instead "perhaps not the most "antonym of the negative word" type". instead of saying "What a stupid guy" one should say "Perhaps he is not the smartest around, but we could find ways to help him if he asks for help." instead of saying "how stupid do these people think i am?" one could say "perhaps they correctly realized i am not among the smartest, so that's another incentive to develop evolutive telepathy". "i am sure he is joking" could be "perhaps he is exploring infinite learning potentials and possibilities". The culture we live in is not the gentlest around in the universe, so our language structure often takes us away from our wish to have gentleness, tenderness, softness and peace. The news have so many insults and negativity, as well as most people using negative words in teaching or making a point (it's faster but far more rude and violent to say "stupid" than to say "perhaps not the smartest"), that trying to use a language expressive of the musical tones and singing and astral tones in the higher astral - a language that is full of loving kindness - requires a real effort, like climbing against a hill. The ideal thing is to never mention in speech people that you need to refer to as "perhaps not the smartest" - unless you absolutely have to describe those people. For example, we could say when asked about how good someone is at something, instead of saying "he is stupid", we could say "he seems less capable than guy z at that particular skill". Or instead of "bad" use the word "perhaps not the very best". Instead of "violent" one can say "perhaps not as gentle as i thought" or "not the gentlest type". Instead of "i hate apples" say "apples are not my favorite fruit" (even "i dislike apples" is not that gentle kind soft tender). Instead of "alcoholic" one could use "someone who is not the most balanced due to alcohol use" (thus creating a linguistic portal for the timeline where one uses far less alcohol and helping to create that timeline. If we use "alcoholic" we fuel the timeline where that person is very unbalanced and drinking a lot. Same thing for "Mr. X or country y is not following the rules" - this is fueling the conflict timeline. A more optimistic statement would be "I hope Mr. X or country Y will work with us for the best future of harmony and peace" which would fuel the peaceful best timeline. Even the word "ridiculous" is slightly sarcastic and negative, a more benign term fueling the best future timeline would be "not the best sign at the moment" or "not the best outcome for now" or "not the ideal outcome, but things could change soon with the right moves". The thing is as we get used to being negative and judgmental about things and situations, we reinforce those bad states and don't acknowledge how fluid reality is and how things can change from day to day and we sabotage our collective capacity to work towards a better future. We also do this with closer people and hurt their feelings if we do this with situations and strangers. Another example of negative talk or mental thought is "nobody cares about issue x", which is the way sometimes we exaggerate things to "vent our frustration" - but saying that only freezes the process in that state. Venting accomplishes nothing, only reinforces the way things are. A much truer statement would be "few seem to be really concerned about this - but that could change very fast if telepathy was used to ask for help from the universe or information would be presented to people, etc". The best healer who turns enemies into friends for world peace cannot use any negative word, phrase or thought. We often don't realize just how much of our thinking (or speaking or writing) reinforces the way things are, and how we could use that mental energy we got spare to come up with solutions instead of complaining and restating the obvious thing that "the world is not perfect". :) Other examples of negative words are "backwards" as in "country y is so backwards on the coal front". A more upbeat way to state it is "country y is number 1 or 2 or 3 in terms of new coal installed per capita in 2015, making it one of the least progressive on climate action and spewing less carcinogenic aerosols for the whole planet to soak in, even if they installed some solar." The list of negative adjectives is endless, "terrible" comes to mind. "terrible" doesn't describe anything, it's just an emotional reaction that shuts down "detailed thinking and careful observation of ways in which situation could be changed to the opposite of what's happening". Remaining optimistic even in face of "daunting tasks" is a lot easier when we remain objective and don't slide into emotional negative simplifications and labeling. Another example of "bad words" is using phrases, which do not contain negative words themselves, but are the equivalent of bad words such as sarcastically saying a person is "without brains" (meaning "stupid") or other demeaning sarcastic insulting phrases that any language is very rich in, lol. Stating a fact "Clinton voted to invade iraq, while Obama did not" or "Merkel supported an anti-renewables law" is fine, but stating opinions mentally or in the absence of those people, that we wouldn't voice if we were in front of them, is just a waste of calories and mental energy that does little to bring a better world. The habit to label and judge others is so ingrained and a lot of it comes from our extrovert culture where we vent our thoughts without restraint as comedians do. When we catch ourselves talking sarcastically, we can impose a 1 day or week silence or water fast period as self-discipline to watch our mouth and thoughts more. Factual Analytical Observational Responsive Gentle Tranquil Humble Non-Assuming Soothing Clarifying Healing Polite Intellect Stimulating Hypothesis Offering Speech vs Opinionated Unasked for Impulsive Hurried Speech
In all our cultures, literature, language structures, for simplicity purposes we have steered over thousands of years towards a very emotional way of writing and speaking - using a few words to render what would normally take a lot more words to be more exact and objective. What I mean by this is that we lack the habit of adhering to facts (neutral presentation of actions of others, motives which we have no clue about, since we cannot read others' conscious mind, soul mind and spirit telepathy induced motivations-thoughts and understand what happened) - steering towards emotionally charged expression of Labels, Judgments, Opinions, Interpretation, Insults, Bad Words, Sarcastic Phrases, Jokes. For example "Person X drove 8.2 miles above the speed limit at 5:03 pm on June 12th 2015" is a fact. The opinion of someone driving with person X, who got upset they were stopped by police and delayed was that X was "an idiot who drove way past the speed limit and made me miss my appointment". The truth is if X would have slowed down, the other person would have missed the appointment anyway. But in the clouding of serene rational thinking that happens when anger takes over, people stop making "realistic" judgments or world peace enhancing conclusions. Another example is emotional devotional adherence to a Dogma, Blind Belief, Absolutist Statement that has absolutely no "truth value" to other people who regard that as a "false interpretation of facts". This emotional adherence to this Dogma makes the person unwilling to admit their belief is ultimately a (perhaps not even easily testable) HYPOTHESIS about How Reality works, workings of reality being infinitely complex and ultimately Unknowable to the finite human brain. This dogmatic fanaticism then creates a lot of tension in communication when they speak and think in a fashion that is more cult-like, inflexible, incapable to adapt to new data that changes the interpretation or belief. "Earth is flat" because it appears to be so comes to mind, or "We live only 1 life" because it appears to be so. Nobody can prove or disprove that souls can reincarnate ultimately, since one can come up with 3 billion spirit interference theories. Another thing in everyday less humble, less gentle emotional speaking is the total absence of the word PERHAPS or MAYBE, since the person is 100% sure that "This is so and that is so". The thing about the greatest thinkers is that they were not sure about anything. A good habit to move away from absolutism and fanaticism in thinking and speaking and writing is to use PERHAPS or MAY or MAYBE or "It appears to be the case that" "It seems as if this is so, but I am not sure, what is your interpretation of these facts?", etc more often. One can say "That guy is bad, let's do this or do this" (this is manipulating others , commanding others to believe in a relative opinion about someone and to do something about it). The more world peace and telepathy enhancing talk is "These are the facts..., what do you think i or we should do about this situation?" - which is a respect for the interpretation of data by others, an appeal to co-creating the best outcome based on collective intelligence (which is always greater than individual intelligence). Today, we got more charts, science papers, science facts, etc - so people are more willing to move towards fact and steer away from opinions, towards hypotheses and away from "dogmas and this is the truth type of statements". "It appears to be that THIS IS HAPPENING based on these facts" is much better than "THIS IS HAPPENING based on what i know". Everyone understands the relative nature of our knowledge more than in ancient times, since we got a pocket library a trillion times bigger than any library before and we understand multiple possible interpretations of the same facts. Over time, naturally, perhaps we shall move towards a gentler, more mental, more science like communication, based on more facts, gentleness, tenderness, respect, hypotheses, perhaps, maybe, asking for input in conclusion creation (from a set of data) - instead of the typical way of communication that is so prevalent (we don't even realize it sometimes) in some circles. We are humans and to err is human, but just remembering more often to not confuse opinions for facts is helpful; we will perhaps become much better at this and help the world move towards a more perfect harmony.
A good telepathy aid is to whisper now and then when talking - as it creates an even gentler connection with the astral body and an astral brain-physical brain resonance and circuit with the heart-throat chakras - if accompanied by loving kindness. This means whispering instead of talking (with family and friends) and very low volume (almost like semi whispering or borderline talking-whispering) gentle soft healing feminine talking when we need to talk to strangers and others who are not into whispering. It activates the astral brain centers responsible for reshaping physical brain so that the brain is being morphed into a telepathic one, physically and astrally telepathic, spirit-spirit, spirit-physical telepathy. This also allows us to hear spirits more often, because when we speak loud, we generate physical noise that is far bigger than the spirit whispers that sometimes become almost audible.
Finally, telepathy is enhanced when we are speaking (regardless if whisper or sweet voice or normal tone) moderately or less - since talking too much takes the energy in the outer world too much - with little time left to evolve our telepathy as explained in the Evolutive Telepathy post ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/GVxzZwc5AK3
. It's the idea of that Abraham Lincoln quote "Better to be silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt". It's also the shift of energy from crown (top of the head) to the throat chakra, even when whispering. It's harder to maintain a state of smiley sheer ecstatic joy (and to send love to others as in remote telepathic healing ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/VSPgCvpwDvH
) when talking, especially idle talking that adds little to a discussion that people didn't know already and repeats old ideas. If we talk and shift vibration into hurtful sarcastic jokes, we shift away from evolutive telepathy. While something may seem a joke to us, it may offend other people or even upset them. Then it will be harder to distinguish between spirits and their energies and telepathic patterns and our telepathy becomes jammed. Speaking less enables us to practice sending silently love-healing-kindness-peace waves more, and this helps us too, as it shifts our energy towards compassion and away from showing off by speaking. True kindness needs no words, the best leaders are unknown to those they lead (as they act without unnecessary speech), as Lao Tze explained. The second best leaders are loved by all.
Gentleness (as in the humblest, least knowing (not knowing, gentleness never knows anything, it always learns), non-assuming most tender softest most feminine most nurturing most peaceful energy and approach) in thoughts, feelings and actions - and also in words is true speech. Ultra gentle speech (this is VERY hard to do, as we are not used to it) - very feminine and full of loving kindness and seeing the person we talk to as the immortal soul they are...:) a shapeshifting Lightbeing just like we see spirits in astral. This one is extremely difficult to practice for people who lose their cool at times, since the moment we raise our voice we completely lose the capacity to be a good telepath for a while - since anger doesn't radiate compassion and kindness and naturally, no strong spiritual ability emerges if we are not kind to all beings - since spiritual ability is based on tuning into the unified field thru being nice to all. :) We see the violent tone of voice in movies and hear it from peers or parents and this brainwashes us to imitate it in our vain attempt to communicate our frustration.
Nandana telepathic skills are detailed at
► http://www.khaleejtimes.com/article/20130325/ARTICLE/303259902/1036Telepathic boy who can also read in 7 languages
► https://www.sundayworld.com/entertainment/trending/video-five-year-old-telepathic-boy-to-be-tested-by-scientistshuman-animal telepathy
► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/MN9youtKADxhuman-plant telepathy