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alecjohn asks on July 6, 2006, 8:47pm:

is telekinesis' real or not?have you did that before or this website is a lie?

Rainsong replies on July 8, 2006, 10:11am:

Telekinesis is real, yes. At least some of us have indeed done it. However, you do realise that if the website were a lie, that this answer could be also...?

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germs asks on April 13, 2006, 6:37pm:

Hey I got a quick question

I'm not very clear as to what TK is. What I mean is that if I make a psiball and make it spin the psiwheel by pushing it, is that TK? Or is that a completly different thing?


Rainsong replies on April 14, 2006, 10:58am:

Using a psiball to move something falls under the category of telekinesis, yes.

Telekinesis is nothing more or less than moving or altering an object by psychical/psionic means, rather than poking it with a stick or using your hands, or something along those lines.

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dragon_wings asks on February 15, 2006, 10:46pm:

I have jut two questions I've been wondering lately:

Does telekinesis prove Sir Isaac Newton's laws false?

And i've seen questons about how practicing telekinesis effects potassium levels but am still confused on something:Can telekinesis really cause any serious affects on your health?

Im not sure if these are acceptable questions and am not sure if they havent been answered yet but thank you for taking the time to read over them.

Rainsong replies on February 28, 2006, 6:02pm:

a) Telekinesis does not disprove any laws of physics, including Newton's.

b) Yes, telekinesis really can cause serious effects on your health, up to and including ending it permanently. Many (perhaps all) psionic effects affect the glucose and potassium levels in the blood. Actually, intense concentration affects them, too. The problem is that psionic activity can cause them to change quickly. A sudden drop or rise in either chemical causes problems. If the rise or drop is severe enough, it will kill you.

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Arbiter asks on January 4, 2006, 10:35pm:

Could someone skilled enough in cryo-pk stop popcorn from popping while it is in the microwave by freezing the water inside the kernels?

Rainsong replies on January 14, 2006, 10:28am:

It should be possible, in theory, but you'd need to maintain control of the temperature of all the kernels, for the entire time. However, why would you want to? Some kernels will remain unpopped in any case, so if you were looking for a demonstration-effect, your results would need to be perfect and repeated. Oh, and by the way, avoid freezing the workings of the microwave while you are at it, or there could be a certain amount of unpleasantness involved.

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trytryagain101 asks on January 12, 2006, 4:52pm:

guys, i really need some help, i've been at this for months with no sucess at all. I could really use some one on one help? please, i dont care if you call me a fluff bunny, just please, help!

Rainsong replies on January 14, 2006, 10:25am:

Perhaps it would be helpful it you told us what you have been attempting, and with what part you are requiring assistance?

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MisterWatson asks on January 10, 2006, 11:07pm:

Before I ask this question, I'd just like to give a little background of myself for credibility purposes (not to brag.) I've been taking piano lessons for more than 8 years now, and every recital piece that I've played was memorized.

Moving onward, I seem to memorize things a lot easier than most people (and quicker, too.) How I memorize it, I cannot describe. My piano teacher says that she sees the notes in her head as she plays, but I do not... I just play the song. My fingers know where to go, and not a thought goes through my head about the song.

I also find that when I try to play a difficult piece, it doesn't work out too well... but when I let my fingers sort of move on their own, it turns out perfect.

My question is, is any of this related to the mindset one must be in for telekinesis? The "just do it" kind of thing seems to relate closely, but does anyone have any personal experience with something similar to this?

I'm having trouble with being consistent in TK and I'm just looking for a new perspective to see what works. Sorry that there's a lot of non-psionics related stuff in here, but I couldn't think of any other way to ask the question.

Rainsong replies on January 11, 2006, 5:13pm:

For me, at least, it is very similar. I don't play piano much at all, but I find the same things with other instruments.

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AliasMcAlias asks on January 9, 2006, 1:05pm:

Hi, I was wondering if recharging a battery with PK only worked on a rechargable battery or not, and also, how do you do it?
Also, do you have any other suggestions for things to do with "electro" PK/for training it?
Thanks in advance.


Rainsong replies on January 11, 2006, 5:10pm:

It can work on regular batteries, especially watch-battery types.

As for other things to do with it, you can set off electronic sensors, make electrical gadgets run, and make littel sparks between your fingers....

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Scorptique asks on January 1, 2006, 11:37pm:

Someone please help me! I am desperate to bend a fork using PK. Been trying out for around 6 months already with not even the slightest success. Most of the time I used the method at forkyou. But until now I still can't do it and I'm getting really discourage. Please, give me some advice and words of encourage too.

Rainsong replies on January 2, 2006, 12:26pm:

Step on the bowl of the spoon, grasp the handle in both hands, and pull.

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sirshovelguy asks on December 31, 2005, 1:38am:

Hi! I wanted to know what is the range on what micro-tk can affect. Can it change the outcome of something like for example, i some games you can get some rare items only by chance. Is micro-tk able to affect that outcome. And, can it affect other electronic equipment?

Rainsong replies on January 1, 2006, 5:18pm:

a) It has a fairly broad range both in effect and distance.
b) Yes.
c) Yes.

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kayle asks on November 28, 2005, 8:54pm:

Hi this is kayle and i wanted to know if im doing pk because the psi wheel is moving and i know im not blowing on it so is it possible for it to move on its own
thank you

SunTzu replies on December 2, 2005, 9:48am:

Yes it is, however this is usually due to wind currents in the room... Is your fan/AC off? are you blowing on it? and questions like these are the ones that you wan to be asking yourself... One sure way to insure that there are no wind currents is to place a glass over the psi-wheel, and then try to move it.

*_# TZ_

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