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shy


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Few questions about the psi wheel


Why is it easier to move without a glass jar over it? Without it I will even keep my hands and face away from it, cover my mouth and nose so my breath won't move it. I know there are no breezes, and I remain still. I sit back a few feet from the wheel and can get it to move to the colored dot I want it to. But I put the glass over it and I can only get it to wobble and turn slightly. I admit, I am impatient and only practice for a few minutes at a time. I always keep my hands at least 6 inches from the wheel at all time, and try not to have to use them at all (but sometimes it seems easier to focus my energy with my hands).
This is just my first question about it. I'm trying to figure out what it is about the glass that makes it more difficult.

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Most new & experienced PK'ers, move objects by redirecting kinetic energy which is already available in the environment. So, even if the windows are shut, you cover your mouth, & you are 20 feet from the psi_wheel. You may still be moving the air around, but with your mind. Other common forms of kinetic energy which psions tap into, may be their own body's energy, or ambient electricity usually from nearby light bulbs(lamp geisting).

Moving it under glass can seem harder because there is less obvious kinetic energy trapped in there. Although there are some air molecules left, there are less under the glass(slower movement). If you think about it, wind is a force which is usually invisible to the eye, that we are all familiar with. It makes sense that the subconsious of most psions would choose wind 1st to make an empathic connection with. The more time you spend training, the more you may branch out or penetrate into deeper energy realitations. You may find it easy after a while to consciously connect to a fluid force like wind, fire, or water. Also, you may find that it's easier to move larger things outdoors than indoors(not an absolute though).

There is also quite a lot of information as well as demonstration on the forum related to your questions. Also, a very nice search feature, if you can't make the time for all the reading:)

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Thanks! I will do some more searching on this. I have a bit more time on the weekends. During the week days I homeschool my son. I also found some demonstrations on here of people having two psi wheels side by side, so I am practicing with that as well. I try to get one to move to the colored dot I want, then get it to stay while I move the other to the same color. It's really fun, and I've been sucessful at this the first few trys.
I get what you are saying about the different elements, and that makes so much sense to me now. Thank you so much. I never looked at it from that perspective, but now that you pointed that out it makes so much sense. I will try different elements as well.
Oh, another question: last night while practicing with the wheel, it suddenly lifted up about a quarter inch and then fell back down onto the needle. Is this pretty common?

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Common for some of us. Practicing up & down movements is another discipline you can get into. You can learn to make energy shapes or constructs, which can help you to move an object or for reliablly in certain ways. Here are a couple of Shirak's & my videos on up & down movements with a training device Shirak came up with. To this day it has been one of my best training tools. As with moving any other object, you can move it with any kinetic force. In Shirak's vidio, I believe he is training with his biofield; in mine I am shaping the direct wind from a fan. You could also, learn about creating stasis fields:)

Biofield



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-- Edited by owltwelve on Saturday 5th of March 2011 07:50:43 PM

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Cool videos! the last one was pratcularly interesting. Thanks for sharing.
I need a camera to record mine. The way I do it is different. I don't put my fingers near it, and the tools look complicated to make. I just have these 2 psi wheels, one made of paper and one made of foil. I have coloered dots on them too. I will take a picture, at least.
What is a statis field? Very interesting and cool videos!

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A RyTy, device is just a simple stick balancing on an axis, but you don't really have to make one. You could even train up movements with tree branches outdoors. Making one just helps with consistant practice & training with the same object every day can build memory reflex constructs.

A stasis field is when you psychokinetically create an opposing force to another flowing kinetic force. Training against a constant kinetic force like a fan against a pinwheel; a light source against a crookes radiometer, or slowing running water are most efficient. It is one of the best ways in my opinion, to improve overall PK strength & control. Here are some examples:)







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