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We all have the ability to perform the natural occurrence of telekinesis. Telekinesis is a mind, brain, consciousness related phenomenon whose roots are sub-atomic like all manifestations. Some research shows there is a lot of activity in the cortex of the brain in relationship to this. It is during the “off” phases of consciousness that psychic phenomenon or mystical happenings happen.

Consciousness is always in a blinking on and off phase. This on/off phasing phenomenon is the photon related manifestation of energy and light, tiny pockets or “quanta’s” of energy. The ability to bend spoons or levitate is at the other levels is manifested as a physical event upon the space/time shell frame which we interpret as our reality. There is a good deal of illusion as well. One must be able to discern the reality of both. Sometimes there is a vast difference in what we THINK we see versus what reality IS.

The term psychokinesis (from the Greek, “psyche”, meaning mind, soul, heart, or breath; and, “kinesis”, meaning motion; literally “movement from the mind”),also known as telekinesis (Greek, literally “distant-movement”), sometimes abbreviated PK and TK respectively, is a term coined by Henry Holt to refer to the direct influence of mind on a physical system that cannot be entirely accounted for by the mediation of any known physical energy. It has been called the most powerful of psychic powers, essentially the power of a god. Examples of psychokinesis could include distorting or moving an object, or influencing the output of a random number generator.

The study of phenomena said to be psychokinetic is an aspect of parapsychology. Some paranormal researchers believe that psychokinesis exists and deserves further study, pointing to experimental results such as those done using random number generators.

Data that proponents say shows that psychokinesis can occur has been assailed by independent evaluations as being subject to problems such as publication bias, fraud, delusion, and statistical manipulation of scientific data. Alternatively, other natural phenomena have been identified as being able to explain certain claimed instances of psychokinesis.

Wikipedia – Psychokinesis


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