Adam S Doyle wrote: "Do you keep everything you've learned all to yourself? Or have you found a way to talk about the big revelations with friends?"
Those that know me, know me enough, to know that my life evolves around this 'stuff' (as some call it) because it has done since my early years. With that being said, the friends I have are few, and my time is spent trying to contribute, learn, practise, experiment and experience - while trying to get life done. It can be messy - but I try and make time to talk about it to the best of my knowledge - there always seems to be something to learn.
I certainly share information - especially when asked, and I welcome my family, friends, and peers feedback. It doesn't mean we don't have some heated conversations, and its not all crystals and sage.
I find it harder these days to commit myself to a definitive tribe with the same outlook, beliefs, and goals, so I tend to work solitary, and come together with others when invited or when needed.
Most people I share with now know what (scientific) Remote Viewing is - on an intellectual level rather than a practising one - they acquaint it or interpret what it is to them in their own manner. I use other disciplines as well, so sometimes people aren't all that interested in where the messages and information come from, they want to hear what the information is. Then some will integrate it in with things that they know, they might watch the Farsight video - some just find it fascinating, and others aren't interested or reject it.
Over the years I have been confronted by those who find my path of 'sticky-beaking' totally wrong (to them) - or in projecting future events; have seen the horror, the fear, the indignance, the rage, the disbelief on peoples faces - and I remember the hope, the relief, the understanding, the smiles, the laughter, and the gratitude that comes to others who need to hear what I hand to them for their consideration -
I'm not responsible for their reactions - but I am aware I'm responsible for the way I communicate, so that goes somewhat into helping me express the information, and it goes further still it helping them understand what I'm trying to convey.
I'm not sure if that answers 'the way' in which I talk to them, but I try to be relevant and concise, and as accurate as I can. I try to keep the conversation flow going both ways. I answer and ask questions and if I don't know something I'll say - and if I can search to find that answer, I try to involve the person I'm talking to as well. My family has sometimes spent a few hours on the phone together at our computers trying to find answers to some bizarre questions. Better than Monopoly!