Thursday, June 16, 2011

Telekinesis: How to Move an Object with Your Mind

Telekinesis is the ability to move an object on the physical plane using only psychic power. Telekinesis is probably the least useful psychic power, but it's also the most exciting to develop. Moving an object without physical means can't be explained away as coincidence the way telepathy, clairvoyance, or mental influence sometimes can be. Coincidence can't make an object move!

How to Move an Object with Your Mind

1) Take an object that is small, light and place it on a surface that will cause as little friction or resistance as possible.


2) Clear your mind completely. You should have NO distractions whatsoever, and try not to let extraneous thoughts enter your mind, or you will lose your focus. Concentration is vital!

3) Visualize a "tunnel" between yourself and the object. You see only the object. Everything else is outside of the tunnel, and thus, outside of your view.

4) Now, imagine your mind's hands coming out and pulling the object in or pushing it away. Don't expect this to work the first time you try it. It might, but there is a greater chance it will not. Try, try again!

3 Basic Telekinesis Exercises

1) Dancing Candle Flame

Light a candle and place it on a table. Stare at the candle's flame. Do not think about anything. Clear the mind but keep the flame in front of you. Soon you should see only the flame - ot the table, not the candle, not the room and objects surrounding you, but just the flame. Next, imagine the flame is stretching upward, growing taller, brighter. You can put your hand above it and imagine you are drawing the flame upward. Imagine the flame shrinks, becoming smaller and shorter. Imagine it flickers and dances. Imagine it bends.

2) Swinging on a String

Cut a piece of thread about 10 inches long. Tie a wide object to it, such as a needle or a toothpick. Hang the string so that you can sit comfortably in front of the hanging object. Sit far enough away from the string so that you know you aren't making the object spin with your breathing. Let the object come to a complete stop, not turning at all in midair.

Focus all your attention on one side of the object, right or left, it doesn't matter which. Imagine the object slowly turning as if your mind was really pushing against that side of it. You can use your fingers to "point" your energy, but do not touch the object. Once it starts to turn, and who knows how long it will take you to get this far, imagine that your energy pushes it faster so it speeds up. It should turn with greater momentum.

3) Floating Toothpick

Fill a clear glass bowl with fresh water. Drop a toothpick into the middle of the dish. Look at the toothpick. Imagine your mind's "hand" coming out and pushing on the object, and imagine it gliding across the water to the other side of the dish. Feel the energy pushing on it. You should begin to notice some movement after a while. You can use your hands to direct your energy, but don't touch or blow on the toothpick.

Once you have practiced this and you believe you have gotten the hang of it, take it one step further. Imagine that you are pushing down on the object, forcing it to go under the surface of the water. This will take more concentration, but the results are also more significant.

As you start down the road to developing telekinesis, it is important to keep in mind that no two people are exactly alike. The time it takes you to develop your telekinesis powers will vary from the time it takes other people. Your development could be faster or slower, and it will still be 100% perfect because it is what is right for you personally.

Everyone has latent psychic abilities that can be developed to great effect with the right training. You must have an accurate, proven, complete course of instruction to be sure of success though. To find out more about developing psychic powers, Click Here!

11 comments:

PK said...

Wow, Caitlin, one of the most original posts ever. I am a scientist myself, but would love to try this until it works!

Thanks.

Caitlin MacKenna said...

You're welcome. Remember that patience is a virtue. It's best to practice a short time every day so that you can maintain your concentration, which can be hard when nothing seems to be happening.

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Anonymous said...

Can YOU really move objects with your mind? If so, how long did it take for you to master it?

Caitlin MacKenna said...

Yes, but I can't throw people across the room. I can move small objects only. It took at least three months before I got any results at all.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to try these.

Anonymous said...

How many trys does it take before you can move things?

Anonymous said...

What kind of objects have you moved?

Caitlin MacKenna said...

Paper clips, pencils, and pills. How many tries? LOL! You mean how many months of daily practice? At least 1-3.

Anonymous said...

I don't understand the tunnel part? I cant clear my mind very well. Any tips?

Caitlin MacKenna said...

In other words, you develop "tunnel vision" so that you are solely focused on the object.