How to: Telepathic Ping
Hey guys Alphos here again with another How to. Today's topic is How to do a Telepathic Ping, by popular demand from my last article. For those of you who don't know what a Telepathic Ping is: A Telepathic Ping is like an "about me" signal a telepath uses to convey introductory information to another individual, usualy during a long distance link.
*NOTE: This how to assumes you already know how to make a telepathic connection to another person's mind, the other person does not need to be aware of this connection however.*
I was experimenting last night after reading comments from my article, How to defend against hostile telepaths. I had my grand daughter, who is also my apprentice when it comes to telepathy, sit the living room and I would take my wheelchair into the kitchen. I tried a number of techniques that I thought would result in a Telepathic Ping, because I have never done any research on such things until this site. After hours of tries I stumbled upon one that hit the bullseye quite nicely, so here it is!
Step 1.) After ensuring the telepathic link is stable, meaning you wont lose "reception" halfway through the Ping, and you are sufficiantly focused, clear your mind of all distractions.
Step 2.) Now picture yourself in a vast white space with only yourself and the other person with an infinite brick wall between you. Make the wall stretch forever in either direction.
Step 3.) Now put a classic mailbox on either side of the wall. (you know, the ones witht he plastic flags you put up when you have mail, those ones.)
Step 4.) Picture your Ping mesage as a letter in an envelope and put the letter in the mailbox.
Step 5.) Raise the flag on your mailbox and, hopefuly, the reciever will get your letter and his/her mind will read it.
*NOTE: This method only works if a fully stable and reliable link has been made between you. Again, the reciever does not need to be aware of this connection, so long as it exists and is stable.*
Thats all I have for you today guys, remember, I love getting mesages if you have any questions or concerns. I would also like to hear your ideas for my next "How To:" article at the end of each one so I don't need to think of ideas on my own. Thanks!