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I'm doing 'impossible' things by focusing/thinking on it?

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posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:38 AM
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I've noticed every time I focus on something or just have it on my mind often, it seems to manifest itself in some form or fashion- even if it is theoretically 'impossible'. I began to notice this, I believe several months ago. Ever since I've been aware of this fact, it seems, the more it's been happening.

Notable instances:

Here recently, it seems I can levitate my limbs. I just focus hard on a force lifting my own arm, and it begins to feel weightless. Soon, without any noticeable tension in my muscle, it begins to slowly lift. I'm also noticing that I'm beginning to look younger and smaller gradually each day. I've also noticed I would keep seeing the same numbers so long as I thought of them- far too often to seem coincidence. I think about a song or a commercial and it pops up moments later at the most ironic times. Sometimes I'll lift seemingly nearly inhuman amounts of weight with ease after expecting that I could due to noticing things I think of a lot or expect tend to come true. The best example of that I have is lifting a heavy mattress with one arm as if merely a somewhat hefty brief case. If I remember people I haven't seen in forever, they can pop up in person suddenly a day later. This seems to keep becoming more and more effective as time goes on.

All of these instances and more have happened seemingly obviously related to how much I focus or think about them. Theories, all?
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posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:40 AM
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I believe your mutant powers are finally starting to arrive.

I would contact Professor Charles Xavier immediately.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:43 AM
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any chance of abit of proof? Especially the lifting inhuman amount of weight part. Otherwise i'll have to call shenanigans.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:44 AM
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There's a book you should read; "You'll see it when you believe it", but I can't remember the author...

Googled it... Wayne W. Dyer...
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posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:53 AM
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lift up a car with one finger, record it... then post it and you will be believed! i believe you when you say you think of someone and they contact you, other then that if i think of a limb moving on my body and it moves thats because its a part of me and my mind is telling it to move even if my body dosent, nothing unexplainable their. unless your turning into spiderman.
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posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:58 AM
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This should be easy enough to prove, but I suspect no proof will be forthcoming. Maybe you should have focused a little more on writing your post - 3 edits?



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:59 AM
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The mechanics of reality, the rules - if you like - determine that, the impossible is a function of the lack of belief.
Skeptics, eat your heart out! Ha ha
Akushla



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 01:59 AM
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Not trying to be a cynic, I believe the powers of our mind are limitless, but your occurrences don't seem to be very spectacular to me. Had you lifted a car with ease..well that is something.

Peace.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:00 AM
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Ever seen the movie "The Secret?" ya know that book/movie that everyone considers junk. Well, it's more right than wrong.
You say you can make things lighter. Ever tried levitating your whole body?

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posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:02 AM
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The ability of the human brain to influence events has been severely underestimated.

I believe that many religions may have their beginnings in this ability. but these powers have been forced out of human understanding and replaced by the idea of a "greater deity". Some times these ability's manifest themselves through "The Power of Prayer", although a deity is not really responsible for them.
We humans have been basically "Brain Washed" into believing that a deity is the only way to request or control these abilities as a way of controlling the masses. Also known as religion.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:05 AM
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I will be awaiting you're proof before commenting further.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:08 AM
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Originally posted by Three
Here recently, it seems I can levitate my limbs. I just focus hard on a force lifting my own arm, and it begins to feel weightless. Soon, without any noticeable tension in my muscle, it begins to slowly lift.


Levitating your own limbs? Uhm.. If you wanted any more of a "biased" test towards whether your mind had control over something...


I've also noticed I would keep seeing the same numbers so long as I thought of them- far too often to seem coincidence. I think about a song or a commercial and it pops up moments later at the most ironic times.


This happens all the time - it is coincidence. Chances are for these very few incidents you are noticing, there's dozens of other coincidences you're not noticing.


Sometimes I'll lift seemingly nearly inhuman amounts of weight with ease after expecting that I could due to noticing things I think of a lot or expect tend to come true. The best example of that I have is lifting a heavy mattress with one arm as if merely a somewhat hefty brief case.


Lifting a matress is an example of a nearly "inhuman" amount of weight?
I thought you'd say a car or something. But a matress?? I go to the gym and lifting a 600lb deadlift doesn't seem an inhuman amount of weight or a super power. Just good physical fitness...


Theories, all?


All the things you mention happen to everyone at one point or another and because humans make sense of reality by classification and grouping things into patterns, you're naturally more inclined to see "coincidences" cropping up all the time.

As for the super strength - I'd rethink that one, myself. Had you said a car I would think more of it but a matress?? Really?!



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:09 AM
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This is interesting.

Many years ago when I was into meditation techniques I managed to stop the clock hanging on my wall, and then restart it by thinking about it. It didn't happen when I was fully awake tho, it happened when I was in that state between sleep and being awake. I got scared of what else I might do if I ventured forward so quit meditating completely


Oh and that clock had a new battery in it.
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posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:10 AM
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You know that the military had a program before that focused on this type of subject.

Even till this day that program still exist.

As for the human mind being able to control curtain elements of reality its possible.


Next time try to imagine money dropping from the sky and see what it does.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:14 AM
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Originally posted by dreamfox1
You know that the military had a program before that focused on this type of subject.

Even till this day that program still exist.

As for the human mind being able to control curtain elements of reality its possible.


Next time try to imagine money dropping from the sky and see what it does.



The impossible is directly proportionate to the amount of belief required to trump it...
Akushla



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:22 AM
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Originally posted by akushla99

Originally posted by dreamfox1
You know that the military had a program before that focused on this type of subject.

Even till this day that program still exist.

As for the human mind being able to control curtain elements of reality its possible.


Next time try to imagine money dropping from the sky and see what it does.



The impossible is directly proportionate to the amount of belief required to trump it...
Akushla


...also...beware how you frame the 'imagining'. Your money might just come from somewhere you were not expecting...a death in the family perhaps?!
Akushla



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:36 AM
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Originally posted by Three
I've noticed every time I focus on something or just have it on my mind often, it seems to manifest itself in some form or fashion- even if it is theoretically 'impossible'. I began to notice this, I believe several months ago. Ever since I've been aware of this fact, it seems, the more it's been happening.

Notable instances:

Here recently, it seems I can levitate my limbs. I just focus hard on a force lifting my own arm, and it begins to feel weightless. Soon, without any noticeable tension in my muscle, it begins to slowly lift. I'm also noticing that I'm beginning to look younger and smaller gradually each day. I've also noticed I would keep seeing the same numbers so long as I thought of them- far too often to seem coincidence. I think about a song or a commercial and it pops up moments later at the most ironic times. Sometimes I'll lift seemingly nearly inhuman amounts of weight with ease after expecting that I could due to noticing things I think of a lot or expect tend to come true. The best example of that I have is lifting a heavy mattress with one arm as if merely a somewhat hefty brief case. If I remember people I haven't seen in forever, they can pop up in person suddenly a day later. This seems to keep becoming more and more effective as time goes on.

All of these instances and more have happened seemingly obviously related to how much I focus or think about them. Theories, all?
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Pre-cognition is equivalent to faith based manifestation. I believe your stories as I have had some of my own. I had a dream about a girl I hadn't seen in 5 years. Never thought about this girl since the 5 years prior. The next day I saw that girl.

I won $100 in the lottery once on a whim. I never play the lottery. The only reason I played that time is because I had a couple spare dollars on me. Then I realized that I knew I was going to win big. I had a 10 dollar prize on all 10 blocks. I think the faith of me knowing it was going to happen made it happen.

I got rid of a wart because I knew it would go away. No other treatment was necessary.

One night, I was playing cards and consistently made that card that I wanted to appear, appear. I was under the influence of a mind altering substance that night, so I think I was especially susceptible to extraordinary occurrences. The very next day, with the chemicals still impressed on my brain from the night before, I knew the girl at the McDonald's drive thru was going to forget my straw. It was a deep knowing. It's hard to describe really. But I just knew. Yeah, she forgot my straw.

By knowing (having faith) about something going to happen before it happens, you help to create that event to take place. Believe that. Or not. No pics, no proof. Don't ask.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:39 AM
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This was one of my theories as well, but trust me, its been experimented with and already decided its not completely under your control as faith-manifestation.

Some wiseguy once said, you only want things God wants you to have already. So your faith is just a deep knowing that knows something is coming your way. You're not creating things with your faith. You're simply acknowledging them.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 02:49 AM
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Originally posted by nusnus
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This was one of my theories as well, but trust me, its been experimented with and already decided its not completely under your control as faith-manifestation.

Some wiseguy once said, you only want things God wants you to have already. So your faith is just a deep knowing that knows something is coming your way. You're not creating things with your faith. You're simply acknowledging them.


I think there are limits to what you can manifest by faith. For instance, if your manifestation is something that could drastically alter the course of another life, it simply would not be allowed by some kind of intelligence monitoring the process, or by the process itself, assuming it is intelligent. Or by your own subconscious mind.

That's pretty true about the involvement of God in it. When I won the lottery, I felt like I was with some sort of higher intelligence. I think faith based manifestations are applicable in quantum mechanics. You take a wave of potential possibilities and create a probable event just by knowing that the even will take place. As long as the event lies within the realm of possibilities, it can be made into a probability.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 04:45 AM
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Wow. So you can move your limbs at will? Congratulations, you're not paralyzed.

"look younger and smaller each day" You are losing weight.

If you are looking for something, like a specific number, you will eventually see it. I have an amazing ability too. If I think of the number 08 and I stare at a clock and really concentrate on it, 08 will come up at least once an hour. Same goes for a tv commercial. A lot of channels will play the same commercials at every break all day.

A mattress, as already stated is not a great amount of weight...

Here is a test for your super powers. Think of me. Concentrate as hard as you can on me. When I don't show up in person, you will now notice that these powers of yours are not powers at all. Just your imagination.

It would be great to be proven wrong though. Let's see it.




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