Telepathy Definition: (Noun) Communication between minds by some means other than sensory perception.
Telepathy [ < Greek têle (far away) + patheia (perception or feeling; < to be affected by). Popularized by Frederic W. H. Myers.] Causing someone to think or feel something by use of one's mind; communication using means beyond the standard physical senses. One who has such abilities is a 'telepath' (which is technically different from 'psychic', who calls on and communicates with spirits rather than the minds of the living). The abilities themselves are described as 'telepathic'.