Telepathy, being instantaneous, is too fast for a 3d brain and body to convert into a format that is understandable. You miss a lot in a body. It’s almost like you have to have time to digest and decode what is telepathically sent in an instant. And yet, 90 % of what was conveyed in that instant is lost. Leaving the poor human brain going, “What?” because as the seconds march by it fades, it’s over, our opportunity to perceive a thing in time as we must in a 3D body, is missed because the body lives in time.
Which leads me to the idea that telepathy is outside of time, or timeless. Maybe this is why it is so hard for humans to master the language of telepathy? The second thought is that, I wonder how hard it is for those who use telepathy to slow down their process for humans to understand it, and just how simple those thoughts must be to only include one thing, like speech or emotion. It’s like using your mind to communicate with your pets. The instant I think about opening a can of tuna, both cats appear out of nowhere like magic, or if I think about my dog Diesel, he will appear at my side. I have had the experience of true telepathy with complex beings, lasting only seconds that was so rich in context so many faceted in the modes of information, that days later, some part of my brain was still picking it a part, realizing the many things that were ‘said’ to me.
In a 3D earth body, information takes time. For us to perceive it, be aware of information, to say we learned it, to apply it, it must happen ‘in time’, seconds, minutes hours… IMO, because of how our bodies work, and because we are embodied, information that is not perceived is useless, because it is not conscious, so it can’t be used. If you are not perceiving the information, how would you know you have it? So being here in this world, why is knowing important and what is its purpose: what do you DO with knowing and knowing that you know?
There is a further response to knowing and it is feeling. Emotion. Here, in this place, there is always an emotional component to information and it is how you feel about the information. As I have lived the amount of choices open to me have dwindled; from bad choices to circumstance to knowing and growing. My feelings about those turning points have been sometimes good and sometimes sad, sometimes joyful and sometimes pitiful. Either way, the emotions were a component to the information as unavoidable as breathing. These are all emotions caused by living, by gaining information. These emotions are all a response. To respond requires time; seconds, minutes, hours. Otherwise, it’s all done and over in no time. Time allows savoring, knowing that you know, awareness.
Time and a body – one requires the other.
Frequency is time. It is a wave. Without time frequency would collapse or be in a superposition as an idea or potential. When we change the frequency of any wave form, we change time. Sometimes we do it naturally, when an event or a series of events is difficult, or especially nice, times slows, perception increases. We can live a thousand years in a second, or we can live a second for a thousand years. Time stands still in shock, slows in an emergency and expands in ecstasy. So, it would seem time is mediated by emotion.
Time and telepathy. The telepathy we could use and understand needs time to be cognated, to be understood, to be re-cognized and felt. I imagine that means that telepathy goes on all the time but we just don’t notice it. Better yet, what if telepathy does not go on in the mind where we think, but occurs where we FEEL?