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Technopathy: Empathic Understanding Of Technology


Ciao. =) I'm Chris.

Technopathy = The Empathic ability to sense and understand technology in general.

I am a Technopath. I have known I was a Technopath ever since strange, unexplainable things started to happen with my computer about 6 years ago. It would start to malfunction, and sometimes I could tell what was wrong with it just by feeling. I guess it's basically a branch-off of Empathy; an Empathic energetic response to technological devices, if you will.

I know many of you have become aware of it, you just don't know what it's called. From what I've seen, it seems pretty common amongst Empaths and Telepaths alike. I am sure that a great sum of you all have at one point or another... "understood" your computer to the point where you could literally feel what the problem may potentially be within the system or whatever.

The way I channel it is I simply do some Empathic exercises, such as visualizing red and blue tunnels intertwining streaming out from the "heart" of the computer tower to my Sacral Plexus Chakra (The Chakra for receiving and feeling emotions/feelings [An Empaths most important Chakra]) and letting what the device wants to send to me come; any other technique you can think of is probably just as effective as my one though.

Arrivederci. =)

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tattootrosino (1 posts)
10 years ago (2014-10-28)
I have always known I was an empath but as I've gotten older I've noticed that it doesn't just extend over animals humans plants but also machines but instead of feeling it I push my feelings on it just as I can do to living things. One day in the height of my frustration I had caused an electric motor to explode while it was plugged in and run normally it did not have excessive temperature or any other reason to fail on another example in anger I had caused a circuit board to explode now I would assume that it would old or faulty equipment but a light bulb over my head exploded at the same time.
If anyone has any thoughts or comments I would like to read them.
ExSlyder (1 posts)
10 years ago (2014-10-24)
I've been an empath and technopath my whole life. But growing up in the 70's and 80's, being a technopath made it more that I was a geek/nerd/dork/etc. While most people were frightened of computers, from the get go, I've always had an "understanding" of computers. It didn't matter if I knew anything about the systems or not. I could find what's wrong, and get the computer to do what I wanted them to. Often people will call me when they're having computer problems, and often just me being there, the issue will resolve itself. When the person is like how do you fix it so fast, or "I just did that and it didn't work" I just tell them that the computers are "afraid" of me.
tony_1500 (1 posts)
12 years ago (2012-07-17)
i've noticed lately that machines act up for if i'm in a bad mood or start processing things much faster if i'm in a happy mood. Plus i'm a real game freak and noticed that certain actions in all the games I play (regardless if it's my machine or not) just happen without me having to aim at let's say "a monsters limb or sever a head" it just happens, (I geuss adrenaline has something to do with it, I don't know?) (I tried yoga, meditating,, it just gets worse...
Mubashir (285 posts)
12 years ago (2012-06-03)
[at] truelyunknown.I don't think guessing passwords is called technopathy, its called ESP. I have technopathy too and with that I can understand the fault in the machines and I can fix them and not to mention I love fixing machines. When you have high level of ESP, you can guess things pretty easily and you can also remote view with that but technopathy is different. For technopaths machines are pretty much alive.
truely-unknown (10 stories) (106 posts)
12 years ago (2012-06-03)
I may have that, amazing hacker skills, or somethin else. I don't have my own internet but I've been able to guess the neighbors password when it changes. I get it right by my third guess every time. I also haven't even met the neighbors yet either.
techno156 (7 posts)
12 years ago (2012-05-28)
Biorngiorno, (I studied Italian in Primary School) You are the first empath-technopath that I have ever heard of... Perhaps you could try it on people as well as computers. It might make a good combination.

Techku (1 posts)
12 years ago (2012-01-15)
Good to know that I am not the only one that can do something like this. Can't say I know an ounce about Chakra, but I apparently know how to use it, I guess 😕. So far the only machines I can "talk" to are my computer and cell phone, sometimes my gaming console but it is...stubborn. Anyways, I myself need to have physical contact with the machine and then I "interface" with it (IDK if that is what the term is but that is what I call it) interfacing feels like I'm pushing my consciousness out of myself and into something else (in this case machines) and tell it what to do. I usually do this when my computer freezes, I interface and see what is happening then help the computer manage the processes. E.g. Stop this, do this first, then this, don't do this. I think it helps that I am studying for computer engineering. I even sometimes let the computer use my brain for processing and downloading (not so much anymore with downloading, phone company thought I hacked them somehow when my download speed peaked at 250kbs when my normal speed is 80kbs, I had a nasty headache after that so I don't do that anymore) but I never let the computer store memory in me, that might hurt. Sorry for the ramble, but at least now I know that I am not nutters and that there are others out there who can use technopathy or whatever they are calling it.
CBItalian04 (2 stories) (3 posts)
13 years ago (2011-02-22)
AnandaHya: Sometimes yes, others no. I'm not quite sure how you mean with the second question. The next you asked is a blur... Yes, some devices I can manipulate to an extent, others not so well.

CosmicDancer: Hi Cosmic! I was thinking one day, "why not just have a specific link to your mind and heart?" And thus, the creation of such an energetic link! Yeah, it does so for me too but I am beginning to learn ways of sort of "calling upon" it, even willing it away at times.

Adaryn7: I'm sorry you apparently don't. Well, that IS the first stage of a slight Technopathic ability emerging... I wouldn't be surprised if you one day discovered this ability in yourself.

Iunderstand: Yes, that is a big part of Empathy, sensing the truth of a situation. No, but I've been told that I am a very aesthetic thinker when it comes to problems and situation that require thinking.

Sunspotter: Good! Good for you! I'm glad my method's getting some kind of use by others!

Rich2600: Great! Yes, I do that sometimes too. I'll be sure to talk to my computer, (energetically/mentally of course; I don't do it verbally) and give it simple requests like "It's perfectly OK to continue loading this page. There's nothing wrong with speeding it up a bit." You know? And you're very welcome!
hippy (1 stories) (18 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-24)
I have never considered this technopathy, this is extremely interesting, as I've spent many years working with technology. I'm currently an IT administrator for the company I work with. I talk to my computers, and other peoples computers. It's how I get them to agree with me (yes the computers). They tell me what's wrong. I've never visualized any specific forms of energy transfer but I find this absolutely interesting! I'll be reading up on this for sure.


Sunspotter (6 stories) (109 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-23)
How useful! My old computer and wireless connector have acted up occasionally around me, like disconnecting from the web when I'm procrastinating on an assignment and the whatnot- next time a piece of technology acts up around me, I'll be sure to try your method!
Callie (68 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-23)
Its odd - I've only had this experience with certain pieces of machinery in the laboratory where I used to work. I think as a conduit I was likely using my heart chakra, but not conciously and more based out of a 'love of research'. (And admittedly some of those old machines needed MAJOR <3!) But that trick I'm definitely going to try next time this PC gives me trouble, because it DEFINITELY DOES NOT RESPOND to any pleading from the heart chakra, this is tried and tested! 😆 Thanks for the tip!
Iunderstand (3 stories) (153 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-22)
I do the same thing with philosophy. I can feel truth. For me its like I see the end then I build a beginning. Do you study philosophy at all?
Adaryn7 (6 stories) (460 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-22)
I wish I had that ability. Instead, my friends and family complain that the computer seems to behave strangely around me. C'est la vie.

Keep up the good work
CosmicDancer (1 stories) (8 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-21)
Hi Chris!

Where did you come up with this exercise of the blue and red light visualization? I'm an empath but as yet have no control over my ability - it comes and goes when it wants to.

I haven't heart of being a technopath, but I don't doubt it! I treat my Toyota with compassion and it hasn't given me any trouble:D
AnandaHya (guest)
13 years ago (2011-01-20)
can you fix the problem with your computer? How does it work with the world wide web?

What are practical application of your talents you have found so far? Do you fix technological devices?

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