Psychokinesis Powers Have You Tried It?

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Psychokinesis Powers can be mastered at home, but have you ever tried it? Moving objects with your mind. It can be done, we all have these abilities. Psychokinesis Powers can be somewhat overwhelming if your just learning but it's pretty cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    I practice psychokinesis daily. I start in the late morning by telling my body to get out of bed.
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

      I practice psychokinesis daily. I start in the late morning by telling my body to get out of bed.
      Does it work?
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      • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        Does it work?
        Sometimes, sometimes not so much.


        I did have an odd incident one time, not telekinesis exactly, but seemingly the opposite - seemingly stopping something by thought. Of course, it was just a coincidence, but here's what happened...

        Back in the day when I had a job, I was playing cards at work with a co-worker. A moth came flitting by, and I pointed my finger at it like my finger was a gun, and made a "gun noise" with my mouth. The moment I made the gun noise the moth dropped straight to the ground like it had be shot and killed.

        It flew away about 5 seconds later as my co-worker and I were laughing, but it was surprising at the time.
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    Originally Posted by craigslist View Post

    Psychokinesis Powers can be mastered at home, but have you ever tried it? Moving objects with your mind. It can be done, we all have these abilities. Psychokinesis Powers can be somewhat overwhelming if your just learning but it's pretty cool.
    I assume you are not speaking of bowel movements.

    Well, I am a believer that it might be possible, but so far I have struck out in all of my attempts at using telekinetic power.

    So can you please show us a few quality videos of you moving objects with your telekinetic ability? Oh, and please don't show us any videos of Uri Geller style spoon bending!

    And if you are a magician...please do be sure to show us the behind the scenes videos.

    Cheers!

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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Hmmmm, before Claude and Dan show up l will say that l have no doubt about whether l can do it or not! :p

      That is after about 10 years of fooling around with it; the first 6 not believing l was actually doing anything, (there must be a draft somewhere) and the rest, (after exhausting testing realizing that l could). :p

      This isn't spoon bending, or moving a pen across a table, just small stuff like moving leaves on a plant or crystals in a chandelier.

      But crystals in a chandelier, at the back of others, (very hard to blow on those ones and fake it)!


      I could shoot this as a video, but what will be the point, unless it is in a controlled room full of special cameras, etc, and possibly a mask over my mouth, and my hands tied up! :rolleyes:


      Ok, l have spit the dummy, now it is up to the resident skeptics to trash this thread!


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      • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
        Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

        Hmmmm, before Claude and Dan show up l will say that l have no doubt about whether l can do it or not! :p

        That is after about 10 years of fooling around with it; the first 6 not believing l was actually doing anything, (there must be a draft somewhere) and the rest, (after exhausting testing realizing that l could). :p

        This isn't spoon bending, or moving a pen across a table, just small stuff like moving leaves on a plant or crystals in a chandelier.

        But crystals in a chandelier, at the back of others, (very hard to blow on those ones and fake it)!


        I could shoot this as a video, but what will be the point, unless it is in a controlled room full of special cameras, etc, and possibly a mask over my mouth, and my hands tied up! :rolleyes:


        Ok, l have spit the dummy, now it is up to the resident skeptics to trash this thread!


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        Pfffttt!

        I can make an entire room of people leave the room in seconds with very little effort on my part.

        I understand that this form of telekinesis is known by the scientific name of flatulence.
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

          Pfffttt!

          I can make an entire room of people leave the room in seconds with very little effort on my part.

          I understand that this form of telekinesis is known by the scientific name of flatulence.
          You have opened up the door for Claude, you know that! :rolleyes:

          I can see the Batman outfit coming out! He, he!


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          Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

          Pfffttt!

          I can make an entire room of people leave the room in seconds with very little effort on my part.

          I understand that this form of telekinesis is known by the scientific name of flatulence.
          Funny you should say that, I just discussed that Shane uses that method too on another thread.



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          • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
            Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

            Funny you should say that, I just discussed that Shane uses that method too on another thread.
            Ah hah. So that's how he gets the leaves to move.
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            • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
              Here is something you can try that actually worked for me.

              You will need a large pin, a piece of blutack and a square of paper, the paper can be 4 inches per side though you can vary its size. Place the blutack on the table and insert the pin so its point sticks upwards, as straight up and as vertical as possible.

              Fold the paper corner to corner in both directions to create a rough (sided) roof shaped parasol.

              Finally, balance the center of the parasol on the pin so it can spin freely.

              Sit at the table and cup your hands either side of the pin/parasol, about 6 inches away each side.
              Will the paper to start spinning in the direction of your choice.

              Now you need to be careful to direct your breath away from the paper as that would cause it to move. (However, try blowing gently on it to see the effects it would cause so as you are not fooling yourself with it) Breath shallow.

              I have had this setup spinning at a huge rate of knots, even when I move my hands away to up to a foot either side. I was also able to change the spin direction.

              So what is it? Inadvertent breathing, heat from your hands, I have discounted all that.

              It may be that even the least astute telekinetically inclined person may just have enough capability to manipulate electrical ambient energy to make something that light move.

              Try it for yourselves.
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  • Profile picture of the author midasmarketing
    I had a friend that could make various light bulbs dim if he really tried.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Originally Posted by midasmarketing View Post

      I had a friend that could make various light bulbs dim if he really tried.
      Although I wasn't trying to, I experienced that when having extreme bouts of anxiety. (As in, the lights would dim/flicker.)
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    "All those who believe in telekinesis, raise my hand." - Steven Wright.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe Mobley
      That's hilarious. :rolleyes:

      I almost spit rice and beans all over the keyboard... Chipotle.

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      Originally Posted by Sumit Menon View Post

      "All those who believe in telekinesis, raise my hand." - Steven Wright.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sgt Kraut
    So you are telling me you have psychokinesis powers but then have nothing better to do than selling cheap concert tickets on the Internet?
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

      Funny you should say that, I just discussed that Shane uses that method too on another thread.
      :confused:.............


      Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

      Ah hah. So that's how he gets the leaves to move.
      Groan, l said trash not corrupt! :rolleyes:

      Mods, feel free to close this thread down, whenever you like! The sooner the better l think! :rolleyes::p


      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Someone has to open the door for him, you know? He can hardly manage that himself when holding (as he so often is) a couple of vacuum cleaners, a sheaf of lecture-notes, a stack of signed first-edition copies of his books and a mountain of litigous correspondence from Riffle ...
      True, his latest one called "The Secret to Life is Blah, Blah, Blah", is a large book, and spans a good thousand pages.

      Although he has another two volumes in the works. :rolleyes:


      No, wonder with life changing info, like this.....


      Why, are you here, the reason for existence is blah, blah, blah....

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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    That video reminded me of when I got my first car that had a remote. My wife and I were sitting in a restaurant in a booth by the window where we could see the parking lot. As people would walk past my car on the sidewalk I'd hit the lock button and the parking lights would flash twice and the horn would honk once.

    People would look, sometimes stopping to look, and look at each other and talk or point, and one person walked over to the drivers door to peek in (I presume to see if anyone was in the car). Remotes are too well known for that to have much effect nowadays.

    We had an amusing dinner that day though, but I guess we're easily amused.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by Joe Mobley View Post

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      Yep, pretty good, but the kid will grow up and make a career out of hijacking cars! :rolleyes:

      Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

      That video reminded me of when I got my first car that had a remote. My wife and I were sitting in a restaurant in a booth by the window where we could see the parking lot. As people would walk past my car on the sidewalk I'd hit the lock button and the parking lights would flash twice and the horn would honk once.

      People would look, sometimes stopping to look, and look at each other and talk or point, and one person walked over to the drivers door to peek in (I presume to see if anyone was in the car). Remotes are too well known for that to have much effect nowadays.

      We had an amusing dinner that day though, but I guess we're easily amused.
      Yep, nothing worse than waiting for someone, nodding off to sleep and having this crap go off next door!

      But thankfully in Au, most cars just chirp and flash!


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  • Profile picture of the author goindeep
    I am a student of meta physics so do believe in the ability to move objects with your mind.

    The problem is that there is too much BS out there on these topics and not enough validated science.

    I think 99.9% of the stuff out there is BS and I think that most people dont really know anything about it and just make out that they do for the EGO boost but if you question them they are clueless and will be simply repeating stuff they read in a book or seen in a movie or online.

    I would advise people to look into it further by reading some of Dr Bems work and other similar researchers.

    There is much we don't understand about our reality and I would tell you that the study of consciousness has only just begun so it is pre-mature at this point in time for anyone to say otherwise.

    The double slit experiment in my opinion highlights how little we know about the Universe that we live in, especially in the area of consciousness and it is consciousness that is the key to many of these types of discussions surrounding these sorts of paranormal phenomena.

    My 2 cents.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      I just watched the X-Men; Days Of Future Past movie this past weekend.

      Those superheroes have nothing on you guys.

      How did I type this? I can control my fingers...with my mind.

      I can also travel through time....unfortunately, it's at the same speed as everyone else...so it loses some of it's awesomeness.

      I can perceive things happening at a distance, without even touching what is happening.
      I can picture things that happened around me at selected times in my past.
      I can fly...but only two or three feet at a time.
      I can place myself in a somnambulistic trance for periods of several hours at a time. And in these trances, I see images of another world, when physical laws don't apply...and I can fly.
      I can transfer my body from one location to another. Top speed, about 6 miles an hour.

      I can even use sarcasm to pick up girls...my super hero name is Sarcasanova.

      I am Super! Hear me roar!
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      • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        I just watched the X-Men; Days Of Future Past movie this past weekend.

        Those superheroes have nothing on you guys.

        How did I type this? I can control my fingers...with my mind.
        Amazing, the arthritis not too bad today then? Did not have to project your thoughts onto the keyboard as usual to type. That's so tedious.

        Marks out of ten for the movie please, I was considering going and Rotten Tomatoes gave it 91 percent, a big thumbs up!
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        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        I can transfer my body from one location to another. Top speed, about 6 miles an hour.
        Maybe with the aid of a go kart.
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

          I just watched the X-Men; Days Of Future Past movie this past weekend.

          Those superheroes have nothing on you guys.

          How did I type this? I can control my fingers...with my mind.

          I can also travel through time....unfortunately, it's at the same speed as everyone else...so it loses some of it's awesomeness.

          I can perceive things happening at a distance, without even touching what is happening.
          I can picture things that happened around me at selected times in my past.
          I can fly...but only two or three feet at a time.
          I can place myself in a somnambulistic trance for periods of several hours at a time. And in these trances, I see images of another world, when physical laws don't apply...and I can fly.
          I can transfer my body from one location to another. Top speed, about 6 miles an hour.

          I can even use sarcasm to pick up girls...my super hero name is Sarcasanova.

          I am Super! Hear me roar!

          No doubt you can warp space, time by making your belly expand while walking fast while carrying a car battery for the electric current! :rolleyes:

          And drinking a really strong cup of tea! :p


          No doubt you could also arrive before leaving, so you can tell yourself not to leave, and cause a paradox, so the whole planet gets fluffy rabbits fall on them from the sky!


          Phew, l think l need to stop while l am ahead, or is it behind? :rolleyes:


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          • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
            Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

            No doubt you can warp space, time by making your belly expand while walking fast while carrying a car battery for the electric current! :rolleyes:

            And drinking a really strong cup of tea! :p


            No doubt you could also arrive before leaving, so you can tell yourself not to leave, and cause a paradox, so the whole planet gets fluffy rabbits fall on them from the sky!


            Phew, l think l need to stop while l am ahead, or is it behind? :rolleyes:


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            Shane; I was once told "Your reputation precedes you". Which is good, otherwise I would have been late.

            My wife once caught me staring out the window. She asked me what I was doing.
            I said "I'm traveling through time".

            She said "How far?"

            I said "About an hour".

            She said "How long is this going to take?"

            I said "About an hour".

            My powers are beyond measure.
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        • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
          Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

          Maybe with the aid of a go kart.
          Ha! Fooled You! I use a Segway.

          The Segway is the new Batmobile.


          Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

          Amazing, the arthritis not too bad today then? Did not have to project your thoughts onto the keyboard as usual to type. That's so tedious.

          Marks out of ten for the movie please, I was considering going and Rotten Tomatoes gave it 91 percent, a big thumbs up!

          10 out of 10. Best X-Men movie yet. Best Superhero movie so far this year.
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          • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            Ha! Fooled You! I use a Segway.

            The Segway is the new Batmobile.





            10 out of 10. Best X-Men movie yet. Best Superhero movie so far this year.
            That bad huh!

            So whats the best superhero movie you have ever seen? (aside from the late 60's Batman movie spinoff with Adam West)
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          Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

          Maybe with the aid of a go kart.
          Not needed, I can get up quite a decent speed with my walking frame and Claude has the luxury one with the outriders!
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    Originally Posted by craigslist View Post

    Psychokinesis Powers can be mastered at home, but have you ever tried it? Moving objects with your mind. It can be done, we all have these abilities. Psychokinesis Powers can be somewhat overwhelming if your just learning but it's pretty cool.
    have you done it?
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  • Profile picture of the author Doran Peck
    I can make a cup move !

    This is what I do. My mind tells my arm to move my hand closer to the cup. Then my mind tells my hand to grab the cup. My mind then tells my hand to move the cup.

    And the cup moves !

    ...almost every time.
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by Doran Peck View Post

      I can make a cup move !

      This is what I do. My mind tells my arm to move my hand closer to the cup. Then my mind tells my hand to grab the cup. My mind then tells my hand to move the cup.

      And the cup moves !

      ...almost every time.
      We'd need video proof to believe a story like that.













































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    I know it's possible, but I prefer to work on my consciousness, attention and concentration
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    Alas, I have tried but failed miserably.

    After overly imbibing of the contents of a keg in the mountains when I was 19 or so, my 56 Dodge panel wagon started moving of its own volition, rolling backward toward a precipice. As I watched it roll toward its doom with morbid fascination, I attempted to force it to stop by strength of will.

    I was not strong enough, my will was defeated by the nefarious person whose mind forced it to start moving in the first place. I am chagrined.
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    Oh, I'm good at this. I can make a full grown man back up several feet with just one look.
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      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      Oh, I'm good at this. I can make a full grown man back up several feet with just one look.
      Good one . . . and welcome back.
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      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      Oh, I'm good at this. I can make a full grown man back up several feet with just one look.
      Are you kidding?

      I've never met you.
      I've never even heard your voice, or seen your picture.

      And I just backed up several feet..reading your post.

      Welcome back, young lady.
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      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      Oh, I'm good at this. I can make a full grown man back up several feet with just one look.
      LoL
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    I'd like to be able to move some money into my bank account with my mind!
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    When I was with the crisis center I knew a shrink that was working with a kid that was ultra psychokinetic. The trouble was that he couldn't control it - at all. The family had thought they had poltergeist or some such and someone of the church told them to see the shrink after home investigations were run. So while, yes, I believe in the ability - I've not worked on seeing if I could master it. Seems like it would be a lot of work for something I have no idea what I'd want to do with it.
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      When I was with the crisis center I knew a shrink that was working with a kid that was ultra psychokinetic. The trouble was that he couldn't control it - at all. The family had thought they had poltergeist or some such and someone of the church told them to see the shrink after home investigations were run. So while, yes, I believe in the ability - I've not worked on seeing if I could master it. Seems like it would be a lot of work for something I have no idea what I'd want to do with it.
      C'mon. the ability to give someone a swift kick in the butt without being within kicking range of them would be a great gift to have.

      It also has the advantage of getting them to prove in court that it was you that actually kicked them .
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    You know how athletes have "walk up songs", like the music boxers and pro wrestlers play when they are walking to the ring? Or the music baseball players choose when they walk up to bat?

    Claude's walk up song when he goes on stage at seminars is "I Feel The Earth Move Under My Feet"...
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      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      Moving pencils and stuff isn't too challenging.
      I use psychokinesis to guide bullets and arrows when I shoot at targets.

      Much more challenging is controlling minds of living beings with your thoughts. It helps shooting wildlife videos. This way I don't have to hunt for birds and rely on luck. I just pick a spot, set up the camera and make a bird to perch on that exact branch or treetop, that my camera it pointing at. I've done this many times to shoot the videos of at least 10 different bird species.
      Forgive me but if you can easily move pencils and stuff, guide bullets and arrows and control the minds of living beings, how could you possibly have a shred of doubt in your capabilities?

      People who have no idea simply think that I am naturally good at it. Or maybe I am indeed, in case psychokinesis doesn't really work. I am not insisting that it works, I don't care as long as I am hitting the targets.
      Now you may indeed be one sharp shooter but controlling animals minds? Apart from psychokinesis, may I ask what it is you're naturally good at that achieves that? Same with the pencils and stuff.

      If I could do that, I most definitely would insist it works.

      Well done though, I'm sure if I was with you as you said "Watch as I make a Robin Redbreast land on that branch right there" and it did, I'd be in awe of you as I am in Claudes ability to fly.

      I shouldn't comment, I just tried to move a pencil and it wasn't going anywhere.

      Edit. Not saying it doesn't work, just saying I can't do it and no one seems able to prove to me they can do it.
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        • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
          Fair play, may I ask how long you sat there waiting for it?

          Dam pesky Blue Tits (or whatever they are) picked up on your vibes and scared it off though.

          Excellent video, I love those birds.
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              Originally Posted by HN View Post

              Blue Tits are pretty cool, they are the first ones to come and check out what's going on. A Blue Tit video is my best selling video on iStockphoto, accounting for $1,050 in sales for a 20 second video clip that took probably half an hour to set up and capture.
              That's very good. I appreciate you don't want to appear promotional and post it here but if you can and of course you don't have to, I'd be grateful to see some of your work on istock if you'll PM me. I'll add to your current $1050.

              Do you have a site that show cases your photography? I get the impression you're really rather talented at it.
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          Originally Posted by HN View Post

          I never said I can move pencils. I said it's not challenging, thus not something worth considering. Guiding arrows shot from a longbow -- that's a bit more practical skill.
          I don't care how challenging it is --> if you could actually move pencils and other similar objects without illusion then you would have a TV show, books and/or other related material...or you would be teaching psychokinesis classes somewhere. Practicality? I don't see many longbow guys getting rich and famous when compared to TV personalities, educators, and industry experts.

          It's easy to say one has a skill...but proving it by simply moving a pencils seems tough for even you to do.

          Cheers,

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            • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
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              . Do you really want anyone else to know how to do it or would you prefer to be considered special and earn money by showing off you skills, instead of teaching it to everyone else? It doesn't make sense.
              I love it. Making money from your special powers is wrong. It isn't about money. It isn't about showing off your super powers. It isn't about being special, and bragging.

              But it is about telling strangers on forums all about your abilities?
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                  Moving pencils and stuff isn't too challenging.
                  Originally Posted by HN View Post

                  I never said I can move pencils. I said it's not challenging, thus not something worth considering. Guiding arrows shot from a longbow -- that's a bit more practical skill.
                  Originally Posted by HN View Post

                  The most important ability of all, at least here, is being able to tell when someone has been sarcastic.
                  Backtracking now? Is backtracking best done with your mind, with you feet, or with your keyboard? I believe your attempt at sarcasm may not have been as deft as you thought it was.

                  In your own words...

                  Originally Posted by HN View Post

                  I think it's silly to make fun of things that people think don't exist because they haven't seen them.
                  Silly sarcasm, eh?

                  Anyway, have a good time marketing your skills, whatever they may be.

                  Cheers

                  -don
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              Originally Posted by HN View Post

              Why would anyone reveal himself for a million, when he knows what the lottery numbers or the price for silver will be in a week or month? Can you give me at least one sane reason?

              Because in most cases you won't lose your ability by proving you have the ability.

              Longbow guys getting rich? So is this all about money?

              Talk is cheap...and I think we all know how much you are making with your telekenetic mind skills.

              How much money do you need to make by the day you die?

              Not many folks know how much they will need by the day they die and your question has nothing to do with the price of tea in China.

              How much of it can you take to the other side? Money is just a paper that someone has an ability to print in unlimited quantities.

              That's why you have hundreds of posts in these INTERNET MARKETING FORUMS, right?

              Money that you have is the ticket to freedom, money that you are desperate to earn is the path to slavery. I don't work for money. Money and AI work for me, so that I can spend my time doing what I like.

              Yeah, it seems you like cruising internet marketing forums posting cute bird videos trying to prove you have telekenetic powers. Funny stuff.

              Also while practicing the longbow I either listen to an audiobook or an audio language course, have my video camera set up somewhere to shoot wildlife videos, and once in a while between shooting I look at the mobile to check the stock quotes. Two days ago I opened a position for 1000 ounces of silver at $19.02 and 20 oz of gold and I am looking to buy another 50 oz at $1200 in case the price for gold declines even further.

              Lol ---> the last time I sold silver I made a full 1000% percent return on my investment...you might want to pick up the pace!

              I certainly wouldn't be teaching these things. Esp. for money. The real knowledge is never taught for money. It is passed on for free to those who are worth it.

              I wonder how do you know what it is like to have something you never had?

              You sure do like to carry on, don't you?

              How do you know what you would be doing?

              You might want to use those mind powers to get back to the topic at hand.

              If it's about making as much money as possible, I bet you wouldn't be teaching it.

              Dude, you are the one posting about how you have supreme powers, not me
              !

              You could make a lot more money by simply demonstrating it. Let's assume it's extremely easy to master, takes about 3 minutes to explain to anyone.

              My brother used to teach with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi --> they and their followers could supposedly levitate. Yes, they did teach TM to others.

              Do you really want anyone else to know how to do it or would you prefer to be considered special and earn money by showing off you skills, instead of teaching it to everyone else? It doesn't make sense.

              In my initial reply to you I asked you why you were not an educator in the telekinesis field.
              Good grief man, I never once have seen my brother levitate and he taught with the one of the gurus of levitation. In-fact the dude has 12+ years of higher education and is one of the sharpest people I have ever known. But does it mean anyone has actually seen him levitate? Nope, nope, and nope again.

              Please do find the inspiration to show us ordinary mortals that you do have some powers that extend beyond setting a video camera to shoot birds with. That's been done by millions of folks already...we want to see you move some stuff.

              You said it's easy...so please do teach us how easy it is. But before you do that, please do show us that you can actually move stuff.

              And please don't forget the next time you start ranting on about money...please do remember you are posting in an internet marketing forum...that part of your post really was cracking me up!

              Cheers,

              -don
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        • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
          Originally Posted by HN View Post

          I never said I can move pencils. I said it's not challenging, thus not something worth considering. Guiding arrows shot from a longbow -- that's a bit more practical skill.
          I've done archery, pistol shooting and even darts to a fairly high level of accuracy (I have trophies for the last two). At no point have I ever considered that my accuracy was a result of being able to "guide the arrow/bullet/dart with my mind". I put it down to having a good eye, and a reasonable amount of skill.

          At any point had I said that it was due to telekinesis, everyone would've thought I was as delusional as I think you are.

          Why can't you just put it down to skill?

          Even if you produce undoctored videos of you hitting the bullseye every time, it will never constitute proof that you have any telekinetic powers. Just that you are skilled at shooting/throwing.

          Your video "proof" of making a bird land exactly where you had a camera pointed was a joke, right?

          In my back yard I know there is a spot on the back fence where a family of birds who live in a nearby tree like to sit. From there they can see any insects/worms in three different back yards.

          If I wanted to take photos or make a video of them I'd just point it at the spot where I know they like to perch. Your video doesn't show anything other than the process I've just described.

          In order to believe your claims I'd like to see you place an arrow/bullet/dart on the ground and then use your "powers" to have the it hit the bullseye on a target.

          Can you do that?
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          Originally Posted by HN View Post

          Regarding birds -- uploading those videos to website has been on my to do list for such a long time. I'll upload them later today, hundreds of them.
          Robins are tricky, but I do have a few of those. Also they are not as common here as they are in UK or US.

          Video: Watch as I make a Robin Redbreast land on that branch right there
          Hahaha...you're killing me with those mind bending videos!

          Check this out --> 12 years ago I teleported myself to the bottom of Lake Malawi in Africa and then with my mind I made this Red Zebra and this S. Freyeri zoom infront of my camera lens!





          For what it's worth I have made thousands upon thousands of living beings "land" in front of my lens! Happy telekinesis to you!

          Cheers!

          -don
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      Moving pencils and stuff isn't too challenging.
      I use psychokinesis to guide bullets and arrows when I shoot at targets. People who have no idea simply think that I am naturally good at it. Or maybe I am indeed, in case psychokinesis doesn't really work. I am not insisting that it works, I don't care as long as I am hitting the targets.
      OK, so you are stating that you use psychokinesis to guide arrows and bullets.

      Could you explain how you do that? You must know.

      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      Moving pencils and stuff isn't too challenging.
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      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      I never said I can move pencils.
      So, it's easy for you, but you can't do it?
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          Originally Posted by HN View Post

          Sure, here are a few explanations.
          5. I have 25 inch long hair which function as antennas to get infinite knowledge from infinite universe.
          Now we are getting somewhere!

          SUZAR: Blacked Out Through Whitewash, by Suzar: Chapter 1ages 10-11

          http://www.picassodreams.com/picasso...ibrations.html

          http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread364332/pg1

          http://awakenedvibrations.tumblr.com...ennas-the-hair

          http://www.kundalini-yoga-info.com/h...l#.U49S6PldV8E

          Happy trails!

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          • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
            That's actually quite interesting, read a few of those links. So people with long or corkscrew hair are more predisposed to be psychic or sensitive or asthetic, more feminine if male, musician etc. The stereotype of the scientist is of course the egghead. So losing their hair young means more inclined to follow science and logic due to less universal energy input through their hair. I bet there are no stats out there to verify how many of the world top scientists are bald.

            It could also just mean that if they lose their hair early they think they are less attractive to women and concentrate on their learning and careers more.
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            • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
              Regarding the Transcendental Meditation levitation. I seem to recall it was them just leaping about cross legged on bouncy mattresses and having photos taken of them while they were in mid air.

              My father did yoga and meditation in the 50's and took a short course in TM. He was just given a mantra to chant while meditating.

              I did kundolini yoga for a while.

              Interesting how a lot of Guru's have long hair.

              That football did move. I know the pitches are flat but it could be the wind or the vibration of the guy running up to it but still interesting in the way it moved like it had a life of it's own. Those sorts of miracles are required now if England is to have any chance in the World Cup!
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              • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
                Originally Posted by HN View Post

                There is a guy on Youtube who's trolling users by pointing out the fact that noone has shown up to demonstrate their paranormal abilities and claim the million dollar prize offered by James Randi Foundation. It seems that some people lack the simple common sense. Why would anyone reveal himself for a million, when he knows what the lottery numbers or the price for silver will be in a week or month? Can you give me at least one sane reason?

                Longbow guys getting rich? So is this all about money? How much money do you need to make by the day you die? How much of it can you take to the other side? Money is just paper that someone has an ability to print in unlimited quantities.

                Money that you have is the ticket to freedom, money that you are desperate to earn is the path to slavery. I don't work for money. Money and AI work for me, so that I can spend my time doing what I like.

                Also while practicing the longbow I either listen to an audiobook or an audio language course, have my video camera set up somewhere to shoot wildlife videos, and once in a while between shooting I look at the mobile to check the stock quotes. On May 29th I opened a position for 1000 ounces of silver at $19.02 and 20 oz of gold and I am looking to buy another 50 oz at $1200 in case the price for gold declines even further.

                I certainly wouldn't be teaching these things. Esp. for money. The real knowledge is never taught for money. It is passed on for free to those who are worth it.

                I wonder how do you know what it is like to have something you never had? How do you know what you would be doing? If it's about making as much money as possible, I bet you wouldn't be teaching it. You could make a lot more money by simply demonstrating it. Let's assume it's extremely easy to master, takes about 3 minutes to explain to anyone. Do you really want anyone else to know how to do it or would you prefer to be considered special and earn money by showing off you skills, instead of teaching it to everyone else? It doesn't make sense.
                If l lived up the street from him, and there were no cameras, l might consider it!

                But as it it has been shown here, it is like climbing mount Everest with broken legs, to convince someone that it is real!

                And l won't blow thousands, flying over there to convince someone, (who doesn't want to believe in the first place) that they are mistaken)!

                If l don't convince them, (which is likely, unless done in controlled conditions) then l have wasted time, and will probably would have maxed out my credit card!


                Not worth it!


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        • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
          Originally Posted by HN View Post

          Sure, here are a few explanations.

          1. Up in the mountains, when no one was around, an invisible man came down from the sky and taught me.
          2. During the meteor shower in August 2013 an alien space ship landed in my backyard and the 20 foot high sorns (aliens) explained it to me.
          3. Once in my dream I visited the library of unwritten books and there was a book written in 17439 that explained how it works.
          4. On Nov. 1, 2006 I crashed my car and after the accident the superpowers just appeared. (The car was a complete mess).
          5. I have 25 inch long hair which function as antennas to get infinite knowledge from infinite universe.
          6. I hacked the "junk" DNA code and all the information was there.

          Pick any explanation that you like. It won't change anything. I do have the abilities.
          Yes, fake anger. It's better than giving a real answer. #7 defense in the "I have special abilities, but I won't explain how they work, or submit to a test, or provide evidence, just believe me, I'm special"....string of responses.

          I'll come clean now, I didn't expect you to give a real answer. But I thought it would take two more posts, before you just got silly.

          By the way, I know you were just...um...joking....but I've heard sillier responses (from other people), that were actually supposed to be taken seriously, when asked this kind of question.
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  • Profile picture of the author alistair
    I remember back in 96 watching England take on Scotland at Wembley. There is one very famous moment of the game where psychokinesis is proven beyond all doubt and with a television audience of millions around the world that witnessed it.

    You should be warned that the below video contains footage of Uri Geller talking complete twaddle that some viewers may find annoying.

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      Originally Posted by alistair View Post

      There is one very famous moment of the game where psychokinesis is proven beyond all doubt and with a television audience of millions around the world that witnessed it.
      I wonder if ol' spoon bender had anything to do with this?


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        Originally Posted by ForumGuru View Post

        I wonder if ol' spoon bender had anything to do with this?

        Soccer kick Whiff - YouTube

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  • Profile picture of the author gjabiz
    How I became a MASTER of Telekinesis on the golf course.

    I found out about this amazing power at a young age, 15, and decided I would test it out and MASTER it. But why, thought I, move things on a table, what would be the point of that?

    So, I thought of a couple of places it would come in handy. At the golf course and at the schoolyard. This was in the days of the mini-skirt and short hemlines. I thought if I could make the wind move a little, I might get a glimpse of Paradise. Eventually, I was able to see things I wasn't supposed to see, especially on those gusty days.

    So, yea, it works. And a practical application. I thought making a golf ball go into the hole on the putting green would be the "ultimate" test of my telekinetic abilities.

    Every morning for a year I would get up early and for one half an hour before school I'd practice putting in my living room. Then in the evening I spent at least an hour at the local course on the practice green, putting thousands of balls into the hole while using this secret telekinetic mantra..."go in the hole ball"

    I repeated this thousands of times, starting from one foot, then two, then three. Day after day after day I repeated my mental command...go in the hole ball.

    I studied the greens, different grasses and how they grew during the day, I watched for the sheen and learned how drainage and water might effect the roll of the ball.

    Well, it took some time. But, I became a great putter. May have taken forever to get on the green, but once there...I KNEW with certainty. I BELIEVED. I THOUGHT.

    I would make that ball go into that hole. And I did. Sometimes it took me a couple of tries. But my PRACTICAL USE of telekinesis was worth thousands of dollars to me over the years. It was a secret weapon in my bag my competitors never knew.

    So, yes, I too am a believer.

    gjabiz

    PS. Tried it with basketball too, without the success, however I was an awesome foul line shooter, because when I wasn't in the living room putting, I was out back shooting hoop using the magic key words. go in the hoop ball.

    I think it was Michael Jordan's secret too, although he (like most of us PK types) doesn't like t reveal it. IT WORKS.
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        Originally Posted by HN View Post

        Beware of the puppies! When a strange mad dog starts barking at you out there, don't get down and start barking back at it. It's meaningless. Just like it's meaningless to try being nice and ask the puppy to stop barking. Kicking the heck out of it - not an acceptable behavior in our somewhat civilized society. Therefore the best thing you can do - just ignore it.



        Mantras only work in ancient, original languages which produce the original vibrations that can communicate directly with the subconscious mind and produce the appropriate reaction. English words, the meaningless random combinations of syllables, have no such effect. It's a primitive language for primitive people, probably designed to make people dumb and their minds less powerful.
        Thanks for making me realize, again, why I seldom visit this sub-forum.

        A couple of years ago I was staying with my friend in New Mexico. There was a mad dog. He shot it.

        There was a rabies alert for the county.

        AND to paraphrase Paul (he of the bible) in modern English... I choose to speak ten words and be understood rather than a 1000 in tongues.

        If there were an ancient language of primal sounds, how could you possibly know about it? Read about in English???

        As for my story about putting, it is absolutely the truth. I believed I could help the ball into the hole with my mind. Did it many a time too.

        OK, thanks again, I'll go back to prime time now, I'm not ready for this area 51 stuff.

        gjabiz
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