Psychokinesis is controlling or changing a condition (apart from your own body)
using only your mind, and there is far too much documented literature published of
people who have witnessed psychokinetic feats to dismiss it summarily with
disbelief! If you keep an open mind to everything in the world, you can learn. When
you close your mind to anything, how can you learn?
You've learned in other exercises how your thoughts alone can affect your bodily
functions as well as those around you, but thoughts also have tangible effects on
inanimate materials as well. All things in the universe are connected in some way.
Think back to a time when your car developed 'troubles' or when your home
appliances started going on the 'fritz.' Were you cursing your car or home? Were
you going through a bout of depression, loneliness, anger or stress? Your thought
energy has a ripple effect on the universe, and it is most magnified in your immediate
surroundings. Negative thoughts produce a scattered, disorderly effect.
Developing a psychokinetic ability is similar to other things in your life. You must
have a desire to achieve it. You must believe it is possible for you to have it and you
must expect to get it. After watching Uri Geller bend spoons and other metal objects
on British TV, hundreds of onlookers wound up performing the same feats in their
own homes! For this exercise, assume a comfortable, relaxed position in a chair
(review "Exercises -- Relaxation For Improved Awareness" and "Rhythmic Breathing
To Harmonize Body/Mind Processes"). Now slowly take several deep, abdominal
breaths by inhaling to the count of 4, holding it to the count of 4, exhaling to the
count of 4 and pausing to the count of 4.
Take a spoon and hold it in one hand by grasping it in the crotch with your
fingers. Hold it loosely, and with your thumb, gently stroke the middle part of the
spoon. As you're stroking the spoon with your thumb, repeat to yourself inwardly
the word -- BEND. You can pulse your commands in a rhythmic manner or in
whatever way feels comfortable to you. While stroking the spoon and repeating the
word bend, visualize the spoon in an already bent position or as limp as a wet
noodle. Imagine a ball of white energy above the top of your head; then feel it vibrate
and move down through your head and into your arms; and then through your
fingertips into the spoon. Imagine a spiral or vortex of energy streaming from your
eyes and into the spoon.
When doing this technique, direct your total conscious awareness to the process.
Being preoccupied by everyday emotional conflicts can prevent results. Blank your mind of any internal comments, evaluations or distractions. The more focalized your
concentration, the faster the spoon will bend. Many times the spoon will bend at the
thinnest part (although no significant temperature increase is noted), and sometimes it
will simply soften to the point that a slight push with the thumb produces the bend.
In the beginning, it might take you a while to achieve the task, but sometimes it
happens rather quickly. After the first time though, subsequent bendings will take far
less time, because your belief system will be stronger. About 10% to 20% of the
people will succeed in spoon bending the first time out. A high percentage of
children succeed in this because their belief system is less cluttered with doubts. The
ages 7 to 11 are especially successful.
Approach this exercise with a sense of fun and excitement. Don't use the word
try. You either bend the spoon or you don't bend the spoon. If you don't at first,
then do it the next time. Sometimes the spoon will begin bending on its own after
you put it down. Sometimes it becomes unnaturally soft and can be twisted into
abnormal shapes (perhaps there's a molecular or vibrational metal fatigue going on).
Some people can bend spoons easily when alone, but not in the presence of doubters
or TV cameras. Negative vibrations seem to affect the sensitivity of their results.
One researcher enhanced his psychokinetic abilities with a pyramid fitted on his head.
After the Soviet Nina Kulagina demonstrated how she moved objects psycho-
kinetically, she reportedly lost several pounds and felt fatigued. A lot of energy was
obviously expended during the process. Brain instruments reflect tremendous
activity in the visual or rear area of Kulagina's cerebrum during psychokinetic
sessions, and her heartbeat increases to 240 beats per minute. Findings are similar
with others, and some people even suffer temporary blindness (rear area of the brain
governs vision). Sometimes rubbing your hands together or on the tabletop is an
element in getting started with an electrostatic charge, but being grounded also helps
Initially learning how to move objects psychokinetically involves a great deal of
nervous, emotional energy, and instruments record electrostatic pulsations in the
direction of the affected objects. Afterwards, your interest and belief structure is
strengthened, and a relaxed thought energy mysteriously achieves the same thing
without electrostatic assistance. Since positive emotions focus the energy flow, hold
the objects beforehand and create enjoyable feelings about them. Doubt and not being
able to trust yourself diffuses your energy and holds you back, so practice positively
and you'll succeed.
Since there is an energy that streams forth from your eyes (see "Exercise --
Psionic and Psychotronic Generators"), moving objects that are already accumulators
of pranic energy like paper cones is easy. Now you can move on to ping pong balls
placed on a flat, level surface. Relax and fixate your gaze on the ball and create for
yourself the intention for it to move. See it moving in your mind's eye. Give your
undivided attention to it for 2 or 3 minutes, then stop and practice again later. Be
patient with yourself and practice during various emotional moods (anger, joy,
compassion, love, etc.) or while projecting different visualizations (a laser beam, a
hammer, a puff of air or even a tone of the right frequency). With persistent practice,
you'll eventually strike the right combination. Instead of moving ping pong balls,
many people find great success in moving or dissipating clouds in the sky.
Psychokinesis may be contrary to the current laws of physics as science knows
them today, but what about the new laws to science of tomorrow?