Why We Experience Telepathy as Mind Control . by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 8 August 2016

  • Why We Experience Telepathy as Mind Control
  • What Causes Frontal Imbalance in a Telepathic Sender?
    • The Lower Mental Body’s ‘Mirror View’ of the Body
    • The Sitcom Personality, Chat Room, or Webcam Thought
    • I’m Talking to a Smartphone
    • I’m a Big Ego, They’re a Little Ego
    • They’re a Big Ego?! … Egoic Rage
  • The Chain of I and Other, Subject and Object, Sender and Receiver
  • How to Balance Your ‘Sender Chakras’ While Sending Telepathy
    • I Am I; I Am Only I
    • The Hara Line and the Chakras

Dear Ones,

Discussed in the video are mind control from the telepathic sender’s 6th chakra (third eye-point) and from the sender’s 8th chakra (just above the top of the head). In past, I have referred to the latter as the 8th chakra bow-tie … See my blog category: bow-tie knot

The text below the video is more complete than, and somewhat different from, the video itself.


We experience as ‘mind control’ telepathy from another person when the person’s awareness is placed forward of the center point of the chakra through which that person is sending telepathy; the center point of all but the first and seventh chakras being on the hara line, the line that runs vertically through the body. (See “The Hara Line and the Chakras,” below.)

For instance, the receiver might experience an unpleasant sensation of attempted mind control when the sender is sending through the third eye-point while placing awareness on the skin of their own forehead, or on the skin between the eyebrows, rather than on the center of the head.

Thus, telepathy that is experienced by the receiver as mind control is the result of frontal imbalance in the telepathic sender’s awareness of the chakra from which telepathy is being sent.


Why does this frontal imbalance in a telepathic sender occur?

The Lower Mental Body’s ‘Mirror View’ of the Body. Frontal imbalance in a telepathic sender can happen when the sender has a superficial image of his or her physical self, as being, for example, the image they look at in their bathroom mirror. That’s because, when a person looks at himself or herself in a mirror, the gaze quite naturally goes to the eyes and the skin of the face.

Image: Young man looking in mirror: https://www.theadvocates.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/looking-in-the-mirror.jpg 

The Lower Mental Body may have this ‘looking in the mirror’ image of the person’s body. In this case, it needs to be trained by the Higher Mental Body to think otherwise.

The Sitcom Personality, Chat Room, or Webcam Thought. Frontal imbalance in a telepathic sender can also happen when a person thinks of himself or herself as a personality, as for example, a player on a sitcom such as is seen on TV. This thought will pull the person’s pure awareness into their physical eyes, rather than allowing it to remain in the pineal gland and the pituitary gland, which are traditionally associated with the third eye-point chakra, and which are located in the center of the head.

Image: Profile of the top of a person’s head, showing where the pituitary gland and pineal gland are located, in the center of the head: https://mypradoxicalparadise.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/thalamus.jpg … Note that the pineal gland is located slightly higher than the eyebrows, and the pituitary gland is located at the level of the bridge of the nose. Also note that the corpus callosum, which connects the two hemispheres of the brain, is located just above them. Thus, it may be that concentrating on the third eye-point optimizes the endocrine system through energization of the pineal and pituitary glands, and also activates cosmic consciousness through energization of the corpus callosum.

From the point of view of the subconscious mind, this is because, when we watch TV, our awareness is mostly in our eyes, which are situated on our face, far from the center of our head. And further, the people in the sitcom are viewed as a flat surface, having no depth. If the subconscious mind perceives the sitcom visualization as lacking physical depth, then it can’t make the jump to physical depth in the person’s body, or to the point in the interior of the head.

The same applies with a visualization of oneself interacting with a computer screen, for instance with live chat or webcam. Visualizing telepathy as live chat or webcam will pull one’s awareness away from the center of the head and toward the face.

This is an image of a young woman watching a big computer screen close up: 


See how her attention is in front of her face? See how flat the computer screen is?

I’m Talking to a Smartphone. Frontal imbalance in a telepathic sender can also happen when a person thinks of himself as talking to himself on a smartphone, or taking a photograph of himself with a smartphone. Here’s an image of a man taking a picture of himself with a smartphone. The image is from a blog on mastering the fine line between too much and not enough ego (1):


In the above image, see how there is an invisible ‘attention link’ between the man and what he sees? Also, what he sees is other than himself, but he sees it as himself … as a picture of himself.

This image of a person manipulating a smartphone can get into the subconscious mind, and make it feel that a person, through telepathy, is all about manipulating this other mind that it encounters, and making it do what the person wants … making it into an image of himself. As if the telepath were just taking a picture of himself on a smartphone, or expecting the smartphone to repeat his or her own voice back.

I’m a Big Ego, They’re a Little Ego. This smartphone visualization has an additional meaning: A person, thinking of himself as ego, holds in his hand a smartphone, and talks to a person on the smartphone.

At the same time, he holds in his mind the concept of ‘other’ … but views other people as being inferior versions of his own ego. His subconscious mind thinks of him as a big person, talking to a little image of a person on the smartphone. From this it jumps to the conclusion that he’s a ‘big ego’ and they’re ‘little egos’.  It’s as if they were smartphones, and he’s the person who is making them do what he wants.

Here is a graphic called ‘Little Ego’. It shows a pretty young woman, lying on her tummy on a big blue balloon. Her legs are splayed, and her skirt is up, showing that her bottom has just been spanked:

(Mature audience only, please; not for children): http://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/photo.goodreads.com/books/1368618273i/17926631._UY200_.jpg

I’ve heard an echo of this image in the astral stories going round. It’s a reflection of the notion held by the subconscious mind of men, that women are objects, or little children, that can be forced to submit with ‘discipline’. This attitude toward women is found in some world religions, even today, as an article of faith. The woman is thought of as a ‘little ego’ and the man as a ‘big ego’ who by nature dominates her; it is she who owes him obedience and servitude.

This attitude of patriarchal domination is purely cultural in bias. There have, in times past, been cultures of matriarchal domination with a similar, but opposite cultural bias. In each case, the notion of ‘big’ and ‘little’ creates a situation of frontal imbalance, by pulling the telepathic sender away from his or her hara line visualization, into a smartphone relationship.

They’re a Big Ego?! … Egoic Rage. What happen’s when the smartphone has a mind of it’s own? What happens when the telepathic receiver has a thought or emotion contrary to that in the sender’s mind? The subconscious mind of the sender is picturing big ego —> little ego and instead gets big ego —> big ego … What then? What I hear telepathically from senders’ subconscious minds is a kind of egoic rage: ‘They’re a big ego; I will destroy them.’

Image of an angry young woman, ‘bending a man’s ear’: http://answersafrica.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/anger.jpg 

This egoic rage, welling up as it does from a very deep subconscious level in the telepathic sender, gives to the telepathic receiver a sense of threat energy, and a feeling of intent to control or dominate or even obliterate the receiver’s ‘I’-ness or individuality.


In each of the above cases, a mental causal connection is made between the sender’s body and that of the receiver. It is this perception of a bond between the sender’s chakra and the receiver’s chakra (whatever chakra this may be) that is the cause of the imbalance. The weight of the mental connection is like a heavy chain that draws the sender’s chakra off center.


Image: “The Chain of I and Other, Subject and Object, Sender and Receiver,” by Alice B. Clagett,  8 August 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0 … Silhouettes of 2 people facing each other, and about 4 feet apart. Between their eyes is a chain, that sags down between them, weighed down by an anvil attached at the midpoint of the chain. The weight in the image is adapted from pixabay, CC0 public domain. –from “Why We Experience Telepathy as Mind Control,” by Alice B. Clagett, in “I Am of the Stars,” https://www.iamofthestars.com

Image: “The Chain of I and Other, Subject and Object, Sender and Receiver,” by Alice B. Clagett,  8 August 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0 … Silhouettes of 2 people facing each other, and about 4 feet apart. Between their eyes is a chain, that sags down between them, weighed down by an anvil attached at the midpoint of the chain. The weight in the image is adapted from pixabay, CC0 public domain.


To balance the ‘sender chakra’ while sending telepathy, think instead:

  • “I am I. I am only I.”
  • Visualize your hara line, visualize your pertinent ‘sender’ chakra (for instance, 6th or 8th chakra) as centered on the hara line. Continue with this visualization as you send the telepathy.

I Am I; I Am Only I. Here is an image of three monks walking: http://g02.a.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1BZDRIFXXXXbIapXXq6xXFXXXn/2015-New-Sale-Original-High-Quality-Hand-Painted-Canvas-font-b-Painting-b-font-Palette-Knife.jpg …

See how balanced they are? See how there is no object in front of them? Each of them is experiencing “I am I; I am only I.”  Not “I and other.”

The Hara Line and the Chakras. Here is an image of a man and a woman, each viewed from front and side, showing the front and back funnels of chakras 1 through 7, and the colors of the chakras: 


Here is more about the above image:

  • The vertical center line, between the red funnel pointing downward at the bottom of the person’s torso, and the violet funnel exiting the top of the person’s head, is approximately the course of the hara line through the human body. These two funnels, the red and the violet, are in fact one long chakra that courses through the hara line of the torso, neck and head. The ‘center’ of this long chakra may be thought of as being shared by the human heart, from an electromagnetic point of view, and by the third chakra (at the navel point), from the perspective of the nerve currents, or ‘nadis’ (2) of the etheric net.
  • Not shown in the image are the 8th chakra, and the other new transpersonal chakras, which are above the head.
  • Also not shown are the new subpersonal chakras beneath the bottom of the torso.

Here is an image that includes the old chakras 1-7, plus the new subpersonal and transpersonal chakras. The hara line may also be seen:

http://api.ning.com/files/MckkHedrklRKVUxm5ur4j0URVtJnNez2mSE2N34TlorddnnG*3O3I7L4ziEIVM8Kt1dylAlg3MlIBFae5N7fozSySyoJtH7lux8xP2BNSDM_/merkba_system.jpg ..

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

PS: The “Classical Sampler” selection by Kevin MacLeod, which is at the end of the video, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.


(1) See “How to Manage the Fine Line Between Too Much and Not Enough Ego,” by Chelsea Berler, https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/243902

(2) “In the subtle and the causal body, the nadis are channels for so called cosmic, vital, seminal, mental, intellectual, etc. energies (collectively described as prana) and are important for sensations, consciousness and the spiritual aura.[1]

“Yoga texts disagree on the number of nadis in the human body. Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Goraksha Samhita quote 72,000 nadis, each branching off into another 72,000 nadis, whereas Shiva Samhita states 350,000 nadis arise from the navel center.[1]

“All nadis are said to originate from one of two centres; the heart and the kanda, the last being an egg-shaped bulb in the pelvic area, just below the navel.[1]“–from Wikipedia (2)

Here’s an interesting image of the nadis, or nerve currents, of the etheric net: http://www.timelinetothefuture.com/images/breath_and_meditation/ethericbody.jpg 

–from “Nadis,” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadi_(yoga) … Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.


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