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Hey! a lot has happened since I've been away. aww
how's everyone doing?

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Yeah I have been up to heaps of experiments also the freetelekinesis.com site is up and running. Its linked to the forum and will enable heaps more options.


I have really started getting interested in the push discipline again.
How about you? How have you been?

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I'm never very successful with psionics/tk but still find the subject highly interesting. I just wish I could see you perform it in person.

I think that I have too much ego that gets in the way, no matter how much I try to find my self, center, attention intention and detachment and try to ignore the ego never do I see really good results.. I think it blocks much of my effort.

It's great to see others succeed at what I cannot though aww have you had much success at lifting/levitaion?

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I have been able to pulse an upwards thrust that can lift a foil object of its stand however I have not been able to sustain a balanced lift yet.

CJ Mindfreak419666 of Youtube put out a new video on remote viewing. I did some training with him and had some very successful sessions. I would definitely check it out if it s the sort of thing that interests you. Hes legit and so is remote viewing. Maybe you could try some of that? Its actually quite cool to be the receiver as the images pop in your head you write them down then you have to decipher what they mean.

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Thanks! I've tried to do remote viewing with online tests, never so great at that either! maybe I'm just an odd ball.

Anyways, have you thought maybe levitation is difficult because of perspective? try looking at an object sideways, maybe use a stasis field against gravity (treating gravity as though it were wind blowing one direction) and attempt to move the object against the "wind"

it may just be the idea to you of levitation is more "advanced" than that of pushing or lifting when in reality it is probably no different of a concept at all.

Another issue with perspective is that we see our bodies the size it is, and compare size in our mind of the object to the size of our body when in reality size is relative. Big is also small and small is also huge, depending on who the observer is.

Just some ideas, I may not be able to do it but I have the ideas :)

for levitation you might put a pencil against a wall, and attempt to roll it up the wall looking at it sideways imagining it to be on a flat horizontal surface.

-- Edited by Davethewave on Wednesday 3rd of March 2010 01:10:15 AM

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I really like those ideas. Thanks

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