posted on Jul, 15 2005 @ 09:15 AM
I seem to be more adept at Electrokinesis, but I've dabbled, and had extremely minor success, at Telekinesis. I suspect we all have the ability, but
like anything else, some have a knack for it more than others, and of course practice improves the ability.
For me, it isn't an internal thing. I focus on creating an external force to then direct the movement of the object. For me, I usually practice
more on things that are already moving somewhat...(like a chain dangling from a ceiling fan, or a watch's second hand, etc.). I make the chain hang
straight instead of in a circular motion, or stop the second hand temporarily, and so forth. On occassion, I've made a paperclip or coin move. (put
it down on a piece of paper, make sure the paper can't move (like due to a fan)....then place the object, draw around it, and then see if you can
move it some. It takes a while for me to move static objects, even a little bit, but already moving objects are a much quicker result for me.
Similar thing occurs with electrokinesis, such as playing with streetlights. I still haven't figured out why some lights are easier to affect than
others. But I certainly can show that it is an "at will" thing. (making it go off, come on, go back off, etc. at will). I visualize an external
force around the object (in this case the light globe) and then mentally direct whether it's to smother or enhance the light. Sometimes I'll
"siphon" the light or darkness from another light or dark area, and then mentally direct it at the target, if a light I know I can effect is more
difficult than normal...and that usually does the trick.
I can't explain it, just only explaining what's going through my head while doing so. If anyone's ever in Tampabay, and want to look me up, will
be happy to show them, but I'm not looking for publicity with it. The few non-close friends and family I've shown never really treated me the same
after that....(even some family I've shown, but at least not negative treatment)...so not something I do often....
I imagine that in the decades to come, we'll get much better at it as humans...and eventually, it won't be so "weird"....