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Well for those of you who don’t know what is Telekinesis. Here is a brief about it.
What is telekinesis?
Telekinesis or Pyschokinesis is defined as the ability to move any object at a distance by using your mental powers or any other nonphysical powers. By this you can move everything. Just take an example of classis spoon bending magic which we have seen many a times by magicians.
So, how do you know if it is real? Or how can you do telekinesis? Or is it really possible or not?
Well…. Be patient. I’ll try to clear it out.
How to do telekinesis
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Believe it to achieve it
To try and learn telekinesis concentration and believing in it is the most important factor. The more you concentrate, the more you can develop your telekinetic abilities. So spend some time to learn how to do telekinesis. And also spend some time in developing your concentration abilities.
Follow these steps:
Stay focused and Relaxed to do telekinesis: And to stay relaxed best way is to do meditation. Meditation will help you clearing your mind. Thus, will strengthen your concentration level.
Believe it: Biggest hurdles are not to believe that it is true. So, if you want to know how to do telekinesis, convince your mind first and your mind will be your biggest friend in making you achieve it.
Practice makes perfect: Telekinesis cannot be learned overnight. You must practice each and every day to achieve success. Try practicing 10 minutes daily in the beginning to improve concentration level and telekinetic powers.
Patience: Patience is needed everywhere. So be patient here as well and you’ll be able to do telekinesis too.
Visualize object: try to concentrate on the object and feel it like it is a part of your body like your arm or something. Then try blending your energy with the object and move it. Don’t think just move it.
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Try these steps to do telekinesis and develop your abilities.
- Just like I said above, focus on the object considering it a part of your body.
- Then, visualize the change you want to do in the object. For example, bending in case of spoon.
- Last is trying to move the object. Don’t use external force that won’t work.
- Also, every time you try all these steps try to make notes of them all. Keep them in a different journal where you write all your experiences. Like how did you mediate. Steps you take to do telekinesis, were you able to move it or not. And almost every detail of it.
These are the exercise you can try to do telekinesis.
Warm up first by forming a ball between your hands. Rub your hands together for a minute. This charges the energy field between your hands. Then take your hands apart and try to feel the energy between your hands. And visualize to form a ball with it. And concentrate how you feel between your hands. Feel whether it is hot or cold. Can you push or pull it? Try concentrating around it. Once you get a hold on this then comes the next part.
Exercise A- Pen Roll:
Material required- Pen, a flat surface
Steps: put the pen on table. Sit straight and make sure you don’t bump into the table. Take your time to relax. Now use your energy to move the pen across the table. Try to connect with the object. Visualize like energy is flowing from your mind to the pen. And also, visualize pen is rolling across the table.
Exercise B- The Pendulum:
Material required- a string, a ring without a gemstone
Steps: tie the string to the ring and make it like a pendulum. The aim is to move it like a pendulum. We have to do telekinesis with it. Try moving it back and forth with telekinesis.
Exercise C- Paper pull and push:
Material required- a paper sheet, flat surface
Steps- Fold the sheet of paper in half and set it up where it is standing.
Again, visualize the energy moving from your mind to the paper.
Visualize the paper pushing away or eventually falling.
Visualize the energy forcing the paper with a sudden burst to push away.
Another way is thinking of it like the string sucking up the energy like a vacuum and pulling the paper.
This technique helps you learn the psychic ability of pushing and pulling.
Exercise D- Bend the flame :
Material required- a candle, lighter to light the candle
Steps- Place the candle in a holder to make sure it is standing steadily. Then light it up and put it in front of you. Place the candle and set it in front of you with the flames slightly above your line of vision.
There should not be any kind of air entering the room. Turn off the fans as well. So, your goal is to make the flames of candles bend. Work on bending it to one side in each attempt. You have to bend it like a wind is blowing across it.
Just remember and concentrate to use your mind power and energy for all the interactions with the flame. And the energy of mind bend the flame.
Well last but not the least- The vintage exercise to do telekinesis on:
Spoon bending is the apparent deformation of objects, especially metal cutlery, either without physical force. Or with less force than would normally seem necessary. It is a common form of stage magic, and a variety of methods are used to produce the illusion.
Spoon bending attracted considerable media attention in the 1970s when some people claimed to have the ability to cause such events by paranormal psychic means. The most notable was Uri Geller, who performed by bending metal spoons as well as metal keys and several other objects and materials. Geller’s performances were attributed to stage magic by critics such as James Randi and Martin Gardner.
What people claims on how to do telekinesis:
Retired Boeing Engineer Jack Houck hosted “PK Parties” 1981-1988 where 85% among thousands of participants are claimed to have accomplished spoon bending personally.
“I looked down. My spoon had begun to bend. I hadn’t even realized. The metal was completely pliable, like soft plastic. It wasn’t particularly hot, either, just slightly warm. … I had bent a spoon, and I knew it wasn’t a trick. I looked around the room and saw little children, eight or nine years old, bending large metal bars. They weren’t trying to trick anybody.”
— Michael Crichton, Travels, 1988, pages 319–320