posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 11:52 AM
It's an on going learning and practicing process. Like anything, you can always improve, it's not like one day you will achieve something and be
like "oh my gosh, i've done it!" no. it is not really 'accomplished' it is only done better. and the good side of the coin, progress is
definitely notable, and usually comes in spurts.
Please note: some people are better predispositioned to preform aerokinesis than others. look at your hands. if at least one of them has a rectangular
palm and long fingers, then you are good to go. otherwise, you might be interested in checking out some other psychokinetic powers, like pyro-,
hydro-, or geo- kinesis. (if you can find a book on palm-reading, you can find out which one you're best suited for.)
Ok. First things first: find a place that you totally love. One that you're very comfortable in, where you feel nice and safe, and can trust your
surroundings. For me, this place has been my bedroom, my livingroom, and my back yard. the only other requirements is that is be near a window, or
ok, step one: observe. sit in your place for a while, and wait for the wind to pick up, naturally. experience what it feels like, sounds like, looks
like, and even smells like. remember those feelings. Let them fill you. you ought to be able, after some trying and observing (maybe four or five
experiences, depending on how connected you were to start out with) to feel something new filling you up, right in your chest, and also in the front
and top of your head. You have to know your body very well. Make sure that you are not interrupted during your observing process. observe when you
choose, and only when you choose. this will help you to rely on your instinct.
step two: when you have a feel for the wind, you get to know it. It helps, when you're a begginner, to start while it's already got a light breeze
going. find that energy in your head, and try to make it grow. it will be like using a muscle that has fallen asleep. (in other words, fairly
difficult.) don't worry, it gets easier over time. I often find it helpful to focus an emotion and try to channel it into my mind. How to do that:
it's like when you're singing, or drawing, or dancing, or what ever it is that you find yourself to be good at, that you like to do when you need a
release. you don't know it, but when your singing, or drawing, or dancing, ect, you're focusing your emotions into what ever it is that your doing.
Now, try to re-direct them into your mind. try to stop thinking in words at this point. just feel. offer yourself encourage ment like that. those
words are ok, but when you try to define exactly what you're doing, it stops the flow of energy. if you need to, tell yourself things like 'just do
it' or 'feel.' until you are just doing it, and not thinking so much. by now, the wind ought to be going a bit. Don't get discouraged if it
isn't. It takes multiple trys in some cases. You aren't doing anything wrong, you're just a beginner. keep at it, and you will notice things. you
can do it.
side note:the best part is that so few people believe that aerokinesis exists (or even know what it is) is that no one can really stop you. you're
free to practice this whenever. just, don't tell anyone in the beggining, unless you trust them implicitly and are positive that they will support
and help you. if you do tell someone, and they don't agree with what you're trying to do, the negative energies that will naturally gaher around
them may very well stop it from working. if you're dying to tell someone, say it in a joking manner to guage how they'll react first.
Ok, back on track : the first two steps took me about three months to half a year. Then again, I was figuring this all out on my own...
any how, before you move on to step three, preform this simple little thing to check if you're ready: go to your place, visualize how the wind feels
and sounds, and looks, feel it in your head, and channel you emotion. now take