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So you Want Telekinetic Powers?

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posted on May, 6 2009 @ 11:29 PM

So you want telekinetic powers - that would be radically where do you start? That's the easy part. You start with a positive, can-do attitude with no doubts whatsoever that you can achieve this. A history of successful meditation is a big plus. You must be willing to work hard and keep trying despite multiple failures. You must be able to relax and clear your mind of clutter. You must be able to concentrate on one thing for an extended period of time. You must think of and affirm your goal during all your daily activities. You must set aside a minimum of 30-60 minutes per day to concentrate solely on your goal, and be prepared to keep this up for a long time. Essentially, you need extremely strong willpower, perseverance, concentration, and a desire to succeed. Eliminate words like discouragement and failure from your vocabulary. You will know if you are on the right track if you feel a bit drained after these exercises - extreme focusing is hard work! We have had some feedback that indicates that when learning to focus intently, as in the following exercises, it helps to think about the properties of mundane everyday objects as the dynamic, energetic entities that they really are on a molecular level. Next time you have a moment free at work, look at that paperweight on your desk - or a paperclip or pencil, or whatever is handy. Pick it up and feel its weight and contour. As stated earlier, every object resonates at its own frequency. Try to imagine what note in the octave your object is resonating at. Is it a high pitch or a low pitch? It is a middle C or an F-Sharp? Try to feel the energy emanating from the object on a molecular level. Do this daily with any object that strikes your fancy, and you will begin to understand the concept of how your energy melds with everyday objects that surround you. Once you have trained yourself to feel this at a molecular level, all else will become much less difficult.

Link to Instructions

This is well... i thought it was. hmm can't think of a word really, but I am leaning towards cute.

if anyone has any success be sure to post your results here.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 11:37 PM
Sorry, but my opinion is that telekinesis is bullocks. Rat poo.

Although when I was very interested in it Years ago, I heard a mathemetician or of that sort, put together a sort of model to develop the abilities, the body must contain a large amount of Iron, in it, I always found that interesting, if anyone knows what i'm talking about i'd like to revisit that site, it's been at least 4-5 years I wouldn't know where to search.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 11:41 PM
reply to post by Pondering Soul

This sounds like hard work. I was hoping you were Billy Mays and I could just order MindMover on tv for just one easy payment of $19.95 (+ shipping and handling shhhh). Also, dont you think they charge a bit much for shipping and handling? Shipping and Handling cant really cost that much can it, well unless they have to swim to china to pick up one and then swim it to the US to put it in the mail.

[edit on 6-5-2009 by justsomeboreddude]

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 11:46 PM
No, thanks.

I have more important things to do...

Like fighting the ultimate evil.

Just need to find those damn stones. Diva Plava Laguna, anyone ?

posted on May, 7 2009 @ 12:00 AM
They left out the part where you must have hallucinations, midichlorians or x-mutations to move objects with your mind, along with extreme focus.

posted on May, 7 2009 @ 12:15 AM
I will not rule out anything,but there is this thing.
We are grounded by laws that keep us grounded, if you step outside this line then you no longer apply.
To me this means you no longer exist.
I ask you this mover of things,Why would you do so?
On a lighter note I believe if you truly believe. All things are possible.

[edit on 7-5-2009 by flyingfish]

posted on May, 7 2009 @ 01:35 AM
I once asked a pseudo-Buddhist meditation type guy about this sort of thing. He also said that reality is what you make it or believe it to be and that if you truly believe, all things are possible.

So I boiled some water, held it over his head, and asked him if he was sure about all that.

He left without a word. I don't know why...

posted on May, 7 2009 @ 07:18 AM
However much I do believe in the possibility of telekinesis; I believe that mental excerises might put me in the grave faster than develop my own ability - however all things being possible, I do believe my committment to such an endeavour may be lacking after the first few weeks...

Thing is, that aside from Uri Geller's claim of bending silverware, I have yet to learn of a human being who has been acknowledged or embraced as having truely mastered the art of affecting objects using only their mind.

That said, I have heard of many interesting experiments that lend credence to the idea that the human brain may have latent abilities that are not definable by modern science.

Contributions to Variance in REG Experiements
Investigating paranormal phenomena: Functional brain imaging of telepathy.

posted on May, 7 2009 @ 07:30 AM
25 years ago I was sitting around my living room with a bunch of my friends after a day spent out on the water. Everyone had a few (ha ha) beers in them. I was sitting on the floor next to the coffee table and for some reason decided to concentrate on moving a beer can resting about 2 feet from me on the table. I guess I had just enough alcohol in me because after some time, several minutes of pure concentration, the can moved! It slowly and smoothly slid across the table about 2 inches before I realized what had happened. Did I move it with my mind or did it just coincidentally move itself because of condensation accumulated underneath it? I don't know. But what I do know, is that it scared me so badly that I never tried it again.

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 11:17 AM
I've done the same. But never with somebody as a watcher, because it does take time.

I've moved things across the floor before, I don't know whether it was my mind playing tricks or not, but it did scare me a fair bit.

It took about 20-40 minutes. I moved a pen about half a foot, indoors with no windows.

Of course, how can you know without it being documented by somebody else? Until now, nobody can do that. Is it the pressure? Or simply the mind playing tricks on you?

It's a matter of making your mind go completley blank, and then focusing on altering the reality around you. I've created many induced hallucinations as well, so it could be all in your head. I mean real ones though, not little moving spots or anything.

[edit on 8-5-2009 by CrygSol]

[edit on 8-5-2009 by CrygSol]

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 02:03 PM
you guys are so skeptic...
I´ve written a lot about TK... EVERYONE is a psychic.

The thing is: the subtle, energy body, is only capable (for untrained
people) to do barely the psiwheel exercise.

Let all criticism aside and try.
You will be surprised (or hooked for life, just like me).


posted on May, 8 2009 @ 02:06 PM
The thing that always gets me, is that all these telekentic sights move maybe a pen, or something of that stature. Why don't they lift a cup and drink some water if they can move something with their mind?

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 04:26 PM
reply to post by king9072

I see this.. "if you believe in Tk, raise my hand" foolishness....

What you described I have never seen... too much soul and energy
connection for anyone who is at starter level...

there is INSANE difference on rolling, twisting to a constant lift.

Probably people who can lift DONT care about showing, because
the level of understanding leaves popular thoughts waaay in the past.

Im reading "energy work" from Robert bruce right now... good eye
opener.. you guys should check at amazon the first pages for free.

We are infinite consciousness having a experience over a genetic
spacesuit... not the other way around.


posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:48 AM

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posted on May, 11 2009 @ 02:53 AM
(YODA) "Size matters not. you must unlearn what you have learned."

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