Learn how to do real telekinesis (moving stuff with your mind). We start by training your ability to move objects with little friction. Then we move on to larger objects such as pens and pencils.


Real Telekinesis Training

1. What is Telekinesis?

What does real telekinesis look like?  Who can do it (hint: almost everyone can do it)?

2. Be Mindful of your Mental State

This is the first exercise in the practical portion of your telekinesis training. Becoming good requires practice and patience.

3. Focus on a Specific Aspect of an Object

This is a useful exercise to become good at because being able to focus is essential for success with your training.

4. Focus on the Visualization of an Object

Being able to visualize the object moving without getting distracted is effective for being able to do telekinesis.

5. Tactile Visualization

Tactile visualization is combining feelings with visualization. It helps to feel the object being pushed while visualizing it moving.

6. Choose Your Practice Object

Learn about the merits between using the psiwheel, the floating device, and the pendulum for your practice advice.  Next, try building one (out of three) of them.

7. Creating a Psiwheel

Learn using videos and step-by-step instructions how to build a psiwheel.  If you choose the psiwheel for your telekinesis training, you can skip the next two exercises.

8. Creating a Pendulum

A pendulum is a weight hanging on a string.  If you choose this for your real telekinesis training, don’t create a psiwheel or an object that floats on water for your practice.

9. Creating a Floating Device

The floating device you can create for your practice during this exercise is a boat. If you create the paper boat, don’t create the pendulum or the psiwheel, because you only need one of these.

10. Practicing Telekinesis

Learn about some common telekinesis techniques.  This is an important article for understanding how to do the practical telekinesis training.

11. Move it Like a Limb

Practice telekinesis using the technique “move it like a limb”.

12. Alternative Link Forming Exercise

Learn how to form links to the object that you want to move in different ways.

13. Create Your Own Practice Exercise

Learn how to create your own real telekinesis techniques.

14. Stacked Psiwheel

Practice using the psiwheel object if you haven’t done so yet.  For experienced psiwheel practitioners, as well as newbies, we try adding “layers” to the psiwheel to increase the friction.

15.Triple Stacked Psiwheel

Add a third layer to your stacked psiwheel to increase the friction even further. This is an intermediary exercise to train you to become proficient enough to move objects like pencils and soda cans on a flat surface.

16.Practice Object Under Glass

Practice telekinesis with your practice object, but do so with the object under glass. This helps you get past the mental block imposed by seeing a glass.

17.How to Use Telekinesis to Get What You Want

This is a fun little aside article that isn’t necessary to continue training.  It  shows you some unusual applications of telekinesis.

18.The Tinfoil

This is the first time you will be moving an object using real telekinesis on a flat surface.

19. Balanced Soda Can

Moving a balanced soda can is an intermediary step before moving the soda can on a flat surface.

Other Training Articles

Telekinesis Techniques

By: JoeT. JoeT was one of the owners of the United Psionics Club, and also has many videos available demonstrating telekinetic sliding.

Affecting Radiowaves

By: JoeRoger. This article is an old UPC(United Psionics Club) article which was archived by Psionics Online with permission of the site owners. This article details how to affect radiowaves.

Light Dimming
This article details how to dim lights with macro- telekinesis.

Passive Psychokinetic Force
By: Shadowarrior13. This article is an old UPC(United Psionics Club) article which was archived by Psionics Online with permission of the site owners.

Informational Telekinesis Articles

Historic Claims of Telekinesis

“Historic Claims of Telekinesis” is an article that discusses notable claimants of telekinetic ability. Examples of notable claimants of telekinetic ability include Nina Kulagina, Uri Geller, Matthew Manning, Godmen, and more.