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The most important thing to understand is that it is possible Telekinesis is part of physical reality just as telepathy is The next most important knowledge related to achieving success with this or any other human ability is realizing that if one person can do it any normal person can do it and that means you There is a prerequisite to achieving success in this endeavor and that is having the ability to relax completely and focus your attention without distraction In itself concentration is one of the easiest activities one can possibly perform It is simply being aware of one thing without distraction and happens to an intense degree while watching the exciting scenes of any motion picture for example In actual practice it can be nearly impossible to maintain concentration for any length of time due to the subconscious concerns of day to day living If you are going to practice the techniques described below it would be to your advantage to perform relaxation exercises prior to beginning After you have achieved success a few times the necessary focus can be reached quite easily I think of telekinesis as manipulating a sort of human magnetic field around the body which can be concentrated in a specific area It is probably possible to move objects at a greater distance but I have no experience in doing so By concentrating this magnetic-like energy in the fingers of one hand I push over a light object which floats in a bowl of water Using the analogy of magnetism is a good way to focus your attention You need to imagine a magnetic-like field around your hand and push your hand or finger tips into the magnetic field of the object you want to move Such a field surrounds every object on Earth When one magnetic field interacts with another it will either push or pull against the other depending on the two magnetic field polarities Opposite
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