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Exercise #5: Practice Telekinesis: Move it Like a Limb

In previous exercises, we focused primarily on forming a connection with the object by using a link, and by using your belief structure to help you gently move the object. This time we are going to focus more heavily on the use of tactile visualization and other common techniques for moving objects using telekinesis.

Make sure you have already mastered the technique of tactile visualization, which is contained in the Visualization Primer and in “Preliminary Exercise #5”.  We are going to heavily implement that in this lesson.

During this lesson, we are going to focus on trying to move the practice object like a limb, using telekinesis.  For example, when you move your hand, you don’t really think about it. You just know you are going to move it and then you go move it.

Length of Exercise: 7 Days

Practice Time: 20-30 Minutes

Materials Needed:

1.  Practice object that you made in exercise #2

2. Pen or pencil

3. Your journal


For this exercise, focus on using the skill you gained in the “Visualization Primer” to move the practice object like a limb.  Record your results.  If you get a headache or feel sick, you are instructed to stop immediately and get medical attention if necessary.

1 Comments ON " Move it Like a Limb "
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    James Widing April 21, 2015 at 3:07 pm - Reply

    I have a mental cursor that forms that’s clear colored and reminds me of a chakra combined with a mouse pointer only its in 3d and spherical as a telekentic tool. But my focus and power level is not so great at the moment. All spells and prayers are weak telekensis. In fact the ability to observe is telekensis and all the movement you do is as well the only difference being you have a feedback signal from your limbs and to feel how to move stuff without this signal is the hardest thing to unlearn. But how excited I got from it happening can really add to the amen ourboro function wormhole of atomic structure which is the lost knowledge of the snake that eats its own tail. Don’t ask me how I figured this out its too long to explain.

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