In the bowl one you can see the bowl lift when he Chi's it back, almost like a length of fishing line was lifting it, I would have thought that if it
were Chi the bowl would tip towards him with resistance of the table cloth
what you think is honestly irrelevant. there is no certain way for an object to act when being moved by the mind. just a bunch of pressumptions from
people because they only are comparing how they think an object should move based on movies, tv shows, and or cartoons. there are plenty of variables
as to why an object might move the way it moves in videos like these. there is nothing stating that an object will not lift a little then slide in a
somewhat stuttering manner when using telekinesis. thats all due to the persons intent, and how focussed and clear it is.
from a rational standpoint, i will say that a huge table with a cloth and no one showing you that there is nothing under the table, and that the table
is not metal, and or that there is nothing attached to the table that would cause the objects to move, is a bit suspicious.
but if you look at the table cloth when he is doing his kiai and focussing his "chi", you will see the cloth move. this moment happens when he is
breaking the glass with his "chi".
the somewhat odd movements of the objects breaking and or moving in the video, do not prove whether or not what he is doing is "true to da game", so
to speak. why? because of the reason i posted above.
the problem i have with most videos and what not on the net. is that when they get a chance to interview these people and question them and really put
them to the test on their power, and their mind (to see if theyre lying or not, without obviously being rude) , they just seem to fail in those
departments. i would have so many questions and thoughts for a man capable of moving objects with his intent, "chi", mind, whatever. no matter who
is producing the show, or who did the interview, there always seems to be this lack of actual questioning the person at hand. maybe its out of
respect, maybe the people doing the interviews dont give a damn or arent well versed enough in the "paranormal" to ask any sound questions, maybe
the host and producers of these tv shows just dont give a damn, and or are too stupid. who knows, but i do know that out of all the # ive seen, or
have read, there seems to be a lack of questioning. as if the people are to scared to find an answer, or the inevitable truth. bias opinions at work,
but being bias is only natural, i cant fault someone completely for that, and it doesnt automatically take away the credibility of the person at hand.
its just confusing at times.
i honestly believe that its mainly because the people doing these interviews, hosting these shows, and or making these random news clips or recordings
of amazing feats, are just not well versed enough in the phenomenon itself, and or the "paranormal, or any theories behind the why of what the person
is doing, that they just dont know what to say. its unfortunate.
like one question i would have asked that master, is why when he is proving his invulnerability to being cut, that he makes the movements quick when
going across his belly, and when hitting himself with the blade. either way, the blade still appears to be razor sharp, and a sweaping motion across
your skin with minimal pressure can lead to a deep cut. but the way the master is doing it, is still somewhat susupicious. if your supposed to be
impervious to being cut, then whether i do it long and hard, or quick and short shouldnt matter, but i always seem to see quick and short over long
and hard with some serious pressure. but questions from proper interviewers could answer my questions. maybe he has a limit to how much pressure he
can take before getting cut, and if so, why. maybe im not really aware of how much pressure he is actually putting on himself, because i cant really
tell from my point of view. a better setup