posted on Aug, 16 2005 @ 07:22 AM
Thanks for the advice Snap. Maybe I'll whip together another psi wheel and give it a serious effort =). I always thought you had to really
concentrate all your energy into the object really hard. Like the movie Matilda says, visualize a hundred little hands in your mind pushing the object
. Do you know how long (on average) it takes for the average person to start seeing results?
I think I have done something like this with the fan in my bedroom, the "expect it, don't move it" thing. I was laying on my bed staring at my fan
(while it was off). One of those ceiling fans with the light on them as well. Well anyway I was just watching and it started to move. Then I said to
myself "Whoa, maybe I'm doing that?" and it continued to do so. I'm not sure though. I tried to use objects on the ceiling and in the room as
markers to see if it was actually spinning, but I never actually saw it pass any of them. I think it may have been caused by my eyes going in and out
of focus unintentionally while I was "spacing out" (not on drugs, just kind of daydreaming/relaxing) while staring at the fan. If I did move it, it
either immediately snapped back to it's original position when I stopped looking at it, or I moved it such a small amount that I couldn't tell if it
had moved or not. When I do the psi-wheel, I think I will put it on another piece of paper, and draw lines on the paper where all of the points of the
psiwheel line up. Then I should be able to tell if it has moved or not.
[edit on 16-8-2005 by Yarcofin]