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  • Writer's pictureBernard Beitman, MD

Telepathy Explained

Updated: Aug 7, 2023

A model for how thought transference happens.

Telepathy is as real as texting. In this week’s Connecting with Coincidence podcast, let’s peer behind conventional reality to find out what’s really going on with mind-to-mind communication.

Despite loads of evidence supporting its reality, conventional science continues to reject telepathy because they can’t explain it. However, people who are not in the same place can share the same dream, feel the same feelings, and think the same thoughts. The lack of an explanation for these phenomena has smothered belief despite a rich database supporting the existence of thought transference.

I heard of a person the other day who knew that someone was going to call her the next day, and then it happened. This is a form of telepathy: somehow knowing what’s going on in the intentions of somebody else’s mind.

A model for how meaningful connections happen through telepathic connections. (Source: Bernard Beitman, MD)

On this podcast, I present a model — not a theory — of how telepathy might work. The two differ.

A theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world. A theory provides an explanation for phenomena or set of phenomena, while a model tries to describe how something works or behaves. In other words, a model is a tool for representing or simulating a system, while a theory explains why the system behaves in a certain way.

An example of theory is the theory of evolution, which explains how organisms change over time through natural selection and genetic variation. This theory, proposed by Charles Darwin, has since been supported by a large body of evidence from fields like biology, genetics, anthropology, and periodontology.

A model, on the other hand, is descriptive and more easily tested than a theory; it’s a simplified representation of reality. An example of a model is the stages of psychotherapy, a model which I developed in two books called The Structure of Individual Psychotherapy and Learning Psychotherapy.

In the podcast, I present a simple model (including a diagram) that helps us peer behind conventional reality to find out what’s really going on with telepathy. The model relies on two assumptions: the existence of a personal Higher Self and our mental atmosphere, the Psychosphere.

This model can explode the materialistic mindset. How does it affect you?

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