It’s the most basic way that we all interconnect. It was supposedly, who’s to know, the ways humans connected before there was even speech. One could call it mind-to-mind communication.
Let’s bring it down to everyday terms. It’s the question of, you think of somebody you bumped into in the street. You were on the same wavelength. You’re thinking of calling somebody, they’re on the phone and we think, oh, that’s very strange! It isn’t strange. It’s almost the basic way of being in touch. We have all heard stories, surely, of mothers who become aware that their children be they little or adult, are in some major trouble.
Also, if you share a flat with complete strangers, after a while you will develop telepathy between the two of you. It’s not that you particularly care for them or not. I believe that the Aborigines of Australia still use the method and they can communicate over thousands of miles, mind-to-mind. We, in the more supposedly modern, sophisticated world, have forgotten how to do that, but every one of us still, whether we know it or not, deal with each other with telepathy.
Whether you’re conscious of ever using it or not, that is a different matter, but as a human being, you’ve already got it. Give a great deal of thought to a friend.
Now, not somebody who you chat to every day, somebody you hear from now and again. I’m not going to give you a time frame, now and again. Give an enormous amount of thought to that person. Thinking about their situation, where they live, what they’re going through, and see if, out of the blue, they don’t suddenly call you unexpectedly. You have made a mind-to-mind connection. This is nothing strange. It is the way we all communicate, and to get back to what I just said, it’s a question of you recognize something you’ve already got.