The following exercise was converted from a spontaneous telepathy clinic that was held one day. This exercise will help you practice telepathic transmission of a full sensory experience, and give you experience linking with a partner and discerning truth from analytical overlay. If you get something wrong, clear your mind more, drop deeper into a meditative state, and try again.
For this exercise you will need two people, and you will attempt to tell each other a story via telepathy.
So first, some basics. You will choose a receiver and a sender from your pair, and then switch each time.
You should join a chatroom with just the two of you in it, and perform the exercise in there.
First you will both begin with 5 minutes of meditation. For this meditation, you will both have the telepathy chatroom as the only window open on your computer, and you will both stare at the computer screen for 5 minutes, focusing only on the nick of your partner.
Then the receiver will begin by relaxing and clearing the mind, being open to input from the partner and simply waiting for it to be received.
As receiver, take note of all things you receive and all impressions you get. The goal of this exercise is to notice how impressions "feel" when they are correct, and how they "feel" when they are not.
The sender will choose a short event from his or her own life or past to tell the receiver. The sender will then focus on that event, recall it in fullness, including any images, sounds, smells, and emotions associated with that event, and allow the full experience to fill the sender completely. It can be as simple as standing at a cliff watching a sunset, or going to your cousin's birthday party with a bunch of screaming kids roller skating around, etc.
When the sender has transmitted the event for a time, about 3 minutes, repeating several times if there is a sequence of events, then the sender should type, "Okay, I'm done."
After the sender is completely finished, the receiver should describe what he or she saw, while the sender waits silently watching the description. Then when the receiver is done describing what was perceived, the sender will describe what the event actually was.
You can discuss the results for a minute or so if necessary, and then switch to the opposite roles. You should try this exercise several times in a row with the same partner, in order to thoroughly practice connecting and exchanging information with a particular person.
Best of luck, and keep practicing!