Telekinesis

February 17, 2014

Passive Psychokinetic Force

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Written by: SHADOWARRIOR13

Note: Article re-published from the United Psionics Club with the permission of Float, a UPC Administrator. Author: Shadowarrior13

As I sat one day in school, fooling around with the foil, I noticed something weird. As I would concentrate, I got the idea to “hold back”, so I did it, and used my PK in kind of a passive state. I could feel a kind of pressuring feeling at the spot I was concentrating. I then “let go”, and the foil jumped forwards about three inches. I was so surprised, that I thought it was the wind. So, like any new skill, I did it several more times, thought about it, and developed techniques for newbies to use. Here is the result of my experimenting.

The idea of this is for Psychokinetic force to build up next to the object in question. Force will be sufficiently stored in a relative point in space until released, forming a kind of concentrated burst of kinetic energy, resulting in the desired outcome. The only setback is the outcome, movement, will be short. Like a gamma ray burst, it will be powerful, yet short.

What we want to do is trick the subconscious into applying Passive Psychokinetic Force, or PKF, to a point floating in space, close to the object in question. There are a few ways to do this, but I find the easiest with the Just-Do-It method. If you don’t know what this is, it’s when you don’t use any visualization to move whatever it is you’re moving, but you “feel” PK, and direct it by sheer force of will. With Just-Do-It, you can direct the PK to “well up” in a point next to whatever you’re trying to move. I was talking to one of my test subjects who uses visualization to move the psiwheel, and we started discussing visualization techniques for those who use it. A visualization would have to relate to PK, and to PK charging up at a point. Good ideas are visualizing a battery materializing at the location, a wall stopping the PK force, or anything designed to hold. One person even used those science fiction doors, the ones that slide open, and let it hold back PK until it opened. Another good one is a dam, holding PK force back like water, then letting it go when enough had built up.

Now on to practical application of PKF. I will begin with using the Just-Do-It method. Get a small object, preferably the psiwheel or a piece of tissue to start with. I’ll be walking through the psiwheel, so feel free to adapt it to anything you wish. I find it easy when starting out to use your dominant hand, placed open on its side, when starting out. Warming up helps get the feel for PK, so I suggest a couple minutes of psiwheel practice. Now, remember the feeling of PK, and look at a point about an inch away from one of the sides of the psiwheel. Don’t focus on the surface of whatever the psiwheel is sitting on, but focus a bit above it, in the air. This can be accomplished by imagining something floating above the table, even just a dot. Focusing in the air is not necessary, as focusing on a nick or mark on the table works just fine. I find it helps the idea of a PK ball develop to the subconscious to focus in the middle of the air. Now, try and “move” that spot, stopping the PK about an inch away from the psiwheel. You may start to feel a build up of a kind of pressuring feeling there. Now, after a few minutes of build up of this feeling, “aim” towards the psiwheel, by focusing at a point on the psiwheel, usually a side. What we want to do is make it shoot off to the side, completely off of the thumbtack. To accomplish this, you have to let go of the big ball of PKF you just built up. There are two ways to do this. One, give the ball of pressure one last “push” and send it flying towards the psiwheel. Two, send the command to your subconscious, in this case, pulverize the psiwheel, and get distracted. This can be done simply by thinking “knock this damn thing away”, and reading a book. If all goes well, you may get drastic results, from the psiwheel merely shaking a bit, from it flying off the thumbtack and across the room!

Now, for visualization. Pick your favorite visualization from the section a few paragraphs up, or make your own. When making your own, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. One, it should symbolize PK, or just force, in your mind. An example could be a rod extending from your hand and pushing the psiwheel, or wind bursting from your palm. Two, it should also symbolize Storing something, or holding something back in your mind. Good examples are walls, dams, or moats. Pick your visualization, set the psiwheel up, and get psyched up. Now, direct your visualization towards the psiwheel. I’d explain this more in depth, but I’d have to do it for every visualization. Just incorporate the psiwheel like if you were just spinning it, or anything else.

So, how can we use this effect? Obviously, huge short-term effects can be produced. Those who can’t roll pencils or the like could use this to roll pencils in one short burst. Those big effects we see in movies? Not AS big, but still, larger than normal scale things can be done. One could maybe give a burst to a wireless connection to help the range, or just screw with people. The only limit is your imagination.

 



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