Bending An Object

Exercise One

1. Find utensil of choice.
2. Hold utensil in your hand / hands however you are comfortable.
3. Sit quietly breathe comfortably relax.
4. Empty your mind of all extra chattering and thoughts. Remember stay focused.
5. With eyes closed slowly rub your fingers tips over the surface of the object.
6. Feel don’t think about it, feel what the surface is like. Get into the flow of molecules, atoms, energy.
7. This may take a few attempts. You will begin to actually “feel” the energy.
8. At that very moment when you feel it, you and the object as a blend of energy just bend it! If you’ve done it correctly it will bend!!!
9. Remember NEVER apply force! You aren’t there to physically force it to bend. That’s not point of the exercise.


Moving a Small Object

Choose a small, lightweight object, preferably made of a light metal, such as a cheap ring.

Clear your mind completely. You should have NO distractions whatsoever, and try not tolet erroneous thoughts into your mind, or you will lose your focus. Concentration is vital.

Build a “tunnel” between you and the object. Visualize this tunnel between yourself and the object. You only see the object. Everything else is outside of the tunnel, and thus, outside of your view.

Now, imagine your mind’s hands coming out and pulling the object in. Once you feel the pull, you might want to make sounds in your head that suggest a strong magnetic field (nnnn…. nnn…. nnnn…. ) It may sound silly, but it works!

Don’t expect this to work the first time you try it. It might, but there is also a chance it will not. Try, try again! If you cannot devote your time and patience to this, don’t bother trying it at all.

Why Can’t I get Things To Slide or Lift?

Remember, there are laws governing these principles. We may not understand or even be cognizant of them, but they are there and they do work!!

One of the reasons it is so difficult to get things to lift or slide has to do with friction, resistance, etc. Okay, consider this. You are trying to get a bowl to slide across the counter.. Ask yourself about the dynamics involved here. Do you realize just how much energy it takes to perform that event?

A lot!! It’s harder than bending a spoon or fork! Why? Because you are deal with things like horizontal distances between the objects center of mass, the point of contact to the surfaces. Friction, remember? It’s actually, easier to levitate (lift it) it that drag it. Remember, that you want to start with easier things first, then if you find you have an ability graduate to other things. I’d love to be able to do what Matilda could do, Anyone see that movie? She had everything dancing about in the room!

Just remember – it IS possible!

Exercises to Help You Develop Your Abilities

The Compass Exercise

The compass exercise is something I still play around with every now and again. It is one of the easiest “tools” I know of that is accessible to just about anyone, and the are relatively inexpensive. Why a compass? Because the needle of the compass kind of floats and offers the least amount of surface friction and resistance.

1. Place the compass flatly on a stable surface. It doesn’t matter what direction the needle is pointing in. I had someone ask me that once. This is an exercise about clockwise, hopefully. Though, there were those times I do get it moving counter clock wise. I’m not sure why that is really. It happened in the lab when I was involved in erasing static or “white” noise off of cassette tapes. That was part of an experiment we had to extend the tones or beats on a tape. Lets say in a normal range there may be 10 signals in a 10 second span, my job, as well as the others who were participating, was to extend the signals so that there were more in that same span. It worked but every once in awhile I seemed to shorten them instead but that’s a whole other story. Just remember to try for clockwise direction of the needle.

2. This method is the HAND method. Place one or both hands about 1 inch or 2 inches above the compass. Close your eyes, but if you close your eyes you’ll need a spotter to watch the needle for you.

I suppose you could video yourself and check the tape later. Electronic gadgets! I love’em! Next, DON’T THINK anything! Just relax holding your hand above the compass an have a knowing resolve of what you are there to do— then just allow the neural network in your brain to do what it knows how to do. Be mindful, however, of why you are there doing what you are doing just don’t think about it, that’s all. You are not suppose to be engaging the cognitive part of your brain. You may or may not feel the energy surge through your arms and fingers. I usually do. Sometimes, my hair static’s out and I look like I’ve been frightened or about to be hit by lightning. If that isn’t a sight!! That’s all there is to this exercise. Simple, easy and to the point. Your goal and only goal at this juncture is to get the needle to move.

A word of CAUTION. Don’t use an expensive compass, as usually this exercise winds up ruining it to work as an actual compass again. This energy will alter certain structures.

Cork and Water Exercise

1. Here is another easy exercise for honing your psychokinetic skills. This method is very simple to put together. Water? Yes, remember? Less surface friction and offers less resistance. If you are going to be able to utilize telekinetic energy, at all, then this is the probably one of the most easy. Basically, all you need is a bowl of water, a cork, and a small paper clip. You can either glue the paper clip to the top of the cork, if you like, as all you are trying to do is add a little weight to cork so the cork doesn’t float around on its own by room current or room air flow. The other method is to make a groove in the top of the cork. Uncoil the paper clip and let it rest in the groove. Either way, both work just fine.

2. Again, as in the compass method, place your hands about 1 or 2 inches above the cork. Release all preconceived ideas as to what should be happening next. Just let the energy flow. Feel it move through your arms and out through your finger tips. In a really good session you can have that cork sailing all over the bowl.

3. Try to remember that this “happening” happens in between the off/on phases of consciousness. I don’t mean unconsciousness like passed out or fainting that’s something else. I mean here aware and not aware phases of reality consciousness. I remember when I first was trying this technique when I started out years ago. I tried, and tried (I was still Willing and Thinking reality in those days) but that cork didn’t budge. When all of a sudden the phone rang in that split second of me NOT THINKING the cork flew over to the side of the blow!

Floating Wood – Exercise One

Meditate for half an hour.

Fill a clear glass bowl with fresh water. Drop a toothpick or other small wooden object into the middle of the dish. Since there will be no friction between the water and the object, it will be easy to move it because there is less resistance.

Get comfortable and breathe deeply.

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.

Dancing Flame

Meditate for half an hour.

Light a candle in a safe place. A white candle on a white/light colored table is best.

Get comfortable and breathe deeply.

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. Not the table, not the candle, not the room and objects surrounding you, just the flame.

Now 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, becomes smaller and shorter. Imagine it flickers and dances. Imagine it bends. Practice these things until you feel you are “one” with the flame, and it is doing as you desire it to.

Keep practicing this, once you are comfortable with your ability to do this, try putting the candle out with your mind. Could you light it up again with just your mind? Hmm… anything is possible!


This is a simple experiment to exercise telekinesis.

Take a metal thumbtack (the kind with a flat, circular base) and set it so that the sharp end is pointing upward. Now take a small square of white paper, about 1/4 inch by 1/4 inch (maybe even smaller), and carefully balance it on top of the tack. You can replace the bit of paper with a piece of carefully cut aluminum foil if you feel more comfortable with metallic energies.

Meditate for half an hour.

Now sit in front of the “psi-wheel” you have just created. Stare on one corner of the square of paper. Focus all your energy on that one corner, willing the paper to start turning on top of the point. Imagine the wheel (the paper) begins to spin on the axis (the tack). Hold your concentration for as long as it takes for you to get it spinning.

Once you have the hang of this, try knocking the paper off the tack!

Swinging on a String

Meditate for half an hour.

Cut a piece of thread about 10 inches long. Tie a wide object to it, like a needle, a toothpick, or a short piece of a wooden rod. 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.

Take a deep breath.

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.

Practice this. Once you get the hang of it, keep using this method to get the object to swing instead of just spin. Good luck!

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