• Psychokinesis (Class 2)by Rainsong
    A chat-log of a class on the rudiments of psychokinesis.
  • Psychokinesis (Class 1)by Rainsong
    A chat-log of a class on the rudiments of psychokinesis.
  • Cryo-Psychokinesis, Crystals, & Orgoniteby Rainsong
    A chat-log of a class about ice-related psychokinesis, some random crystal effects, and an introduction to the substance known as orgonite.
  • Tips and Methods of Psychokinesis and the Psi Wheelby Syko_Dragon
    Describes several methods of PK in detail, including “just do it”, visualization, direct connect, and energy manipulation, along with mind-sets and skills that may aid for each method. Gives further tips including emphasizing the importance of training in “the basics”, using visualization to achieve a goal, the theoretical difference between psi and chi, focal points, multi-tasking, and how to get a psiwheel to spin continuously.
  • An Introduction to Telekinesisby Peebrain
    Describes the author’s own reasons for beginning to believe that psychokinesis is possible. Introduces micro-PK and several practice methods using dice and cards. Introduces macro-PK and several practice methods using a hanging key, a suspended piece of string, a psiwheel (includes instructions and diagrams for making a psiwheel), and a candle.
  • Telepathic Pulse-Sending & Force-Bubblesby Rainsong
    A chat-log of a class about trouble-shooting the construction of force-bubbles, sending information by means of a psiball, a quick introduction to Soviet-style pulse-Sending, and some discussion about telepathic practical jokes.
  • Typical Psionics Stuff – 3 Ways to Practice Psychokinesisby Rainsong
    Psychokinesis is the most popular topic among new folks at any psionics website. With the game Star Wars: The Old Republic coming out later this year, I expect we’ll be getting a new influx of visitors hoping to learn to “use the Force.” There are not many Jedi or Sith here at the social […]
  • Building the Psychokinetic Muscleby Aurafire
    A look at the various health concerns, myths, and methods for macro-psychokinesis the author has come across over his many years practicing psionics. This article serves as a snapshot of his very good working notes.
  • Priming Your Practice and Life Through Future Selectionby Kettle
    Summary forthcoming.
  • Fundamental Dynamic Psiby Mobius, Shadowarrior13 (aka XIII), & Remakai
    A set of instructional articles on the basics of psionics. In order:
    Future Selection
    1) Introduction and Focal Meditation (links to Focal Meditation by Kobok as the lesson)
    2) Introduction to Kinetics (links to Introduction to Kinetics by Kobok as the lesson)
    3) Introduction to Future Selection
    4) Psions: Masters of Transformation
    5) Introduction to Inner Meditation and Linking
    6) Introduction to Scanning
    7) Introduction to the Conceptual Domain
    Energy Manipulation
    8) Introduction to Energy
    9) Constructs, Grounding, and Filtering
  • Rolling and Sliding Objects using Telekinesisby Apollo
    Describes some useful techniques and visualizations for rolling or sliding an object with psychokinesis.
  • Micro-PK for the Untrained Laymanby KMiller
    Summary forthcoming.
  • Electrokinesisby XPWarrior3
    Summary forthcoming.
  • Basic Bio-PKby Myriads
    Describes how to practice bio-psychokinesis using a blood pressure monitor (controlling heart rate), or raising body temperature. Urges caution since it is possible to get your blood pressure too low, and the author once gave himself second degree burns when trying to raise the temperature around his hands. (Note: keep in mind that if you are learning to consciously control your own bodily processes, while it is a useful skill, it is most likely biofeedback not psychokinesis.)
  • Introduction to Micro Psychokinesisby Anonymous
    Outlines the differences between macro-psychokinesis and micro-psychokinesis, and how micro-PK can be even more useful than macro-PK. Includes a brief discussion on the theory of how micro-PK works, and some suggestions on how to perform it.
  • Floats Telekinesis Articleby Float
    Gives instructions for several methods of psychokinesis including using sensitivity/tactile visualization (“becoming one” with the object), charging, energy projection, and will (“just do it”). Recommends learning to move many objects of different sizes and weights instead of trying to “master” one of them before moving on. Includes cautions on practicing psychokinesis.
  • From Psiwheels to Pencils: A Training Guideby NeoPsychic
    Recommends starting with learning to move a small psiwheel and then practicing finer control of that psiwheel. Then work with a larger psiwheel while keeping the smaller one you started with near by to warm up with. When moving on to the pencil, warm up with the larger psiwheel and then practice with the pencil.
  • Compilation of Tips and Theories on Macro-PKby Seraph
    Explains the author has found telepathy to be even more important than energy manipulation for psychokinesis. Notes that working on psychokinesis for a long time with a particular object can connect you to that object in a way that makes it difficult to move other objects. Discusses fine-tuning your concentration to the right “frequency”, how to control geisting, and a few theories on how PK works. Describes in detail how to make PK videos that demonstrate clearly and properly how there are no tricks involved.
  • PsionicsOnline : Advancing from the Psiwheel Revisited ( Psionics ), By: Saintbobby Saintbob
    A video discussing how to advance to moving other objects after mastering the psiwheel. Recommends switching back and forth between the psiwheel and the other object during your practice session as well as using videos of other people doing what you are trying to do for motivation. Gives suggestions of other objects to practice moving with psychokinesis.
  • Advancing from the Psiwheel (By: Saintbob) [PsionicsOnline]by Saintbob
    A video discussing how to ween yourself off of a psiwheel and begin to move other things by switching back and forth between the psiwheel and the other object during your practice session. Recommends using videos of other people doing what you are trying to do in order to help convince yourself it is possible. Gives suggestions of objects to practice moving with psychokinesis.
  • The Uses of Psiby JediKaren
    Describes some common problems that newbies tend to have with practicing (lack of motivation, no teacher, not knowing how to train or use abilities in everyday life). Explains situations in which various abilities can be used, including empathy, telepathy, clairvoyance, remote presence, scanning, psychokinesis, meditation, astral projection, precognition, healing, and constructs. Warns against using psi in ways that could ruin your reputation or those of psions in general.
  • Psychokinesis Manualby Apollo
    Explains the correct terminology for psychokinesis. Outlines how to make a psiwheel, and several techniques including charging, using a psiball that swirls around the object, “just do it”, projecting energy through your third eye chakra, using energy “bullets”, or making a psi blast. Gives recommendations for researching further psychokinesis techniques, practice schedules, and maintaining healthy skepticism. Includes a short glossary of terms used.
  • Telekinesis Techniquesby JoeT
    Recommends convincing your sub-conscious that psychokinesis will work, and then using one of several techniques to relax and clear your mind. Describes a couple techniques for connecting and “becoming one” with the object and then communicating what you want it to do. Includes tips and warnings.
  • Fork Off!by Stony1205
    Describes how to bend a fork by using psi energy to warm the fork and make the metal soft. Explains points at which the author’s method differs from the common method presented at fork-you.
  • Passive Psychokinetic Forceby Shadowarrior13 (aka XIII)
    Suggests allowing the “force” or energy used to perform psychokinesis to build up near the object you are trying to move, then releasing it suddenly. This burst results in a short but more powerful psychokinetic effect. Gives suggestions for utilizing this with both “just do it” and visualization methods, using a psiwheel as an example.
  • Affecting radiowavesby JoeRoger
    Gives a basic outline of how radio wave frequencies work, and describes a couple of approaches to manipulating the signal strength on a cell phone.
  • Light Dimmingby Alegiojon
    Explains that lights flickering or dimming while one is practicing may be psychokinetic geisting. Describes two methods for learning to dim lights consciously, including sending energy directly at the bulb, and using your fingertips on the switch or the cable as a focus while sending energy.
  • Visualizationby RainTurtle (aka Rainsong)
    Explains what visualization is, and how it can be used to communicate with the sub-conscious. Includes a few basic exercises for visualization, including mentally coloring a picture or rolling a ball. Discusses useful visualizations for communicating specific intents, for example, a “dimmer switch” or “faucet” to control flow, and quite a few other creative ideas for psiwheels, precognition, remote viewing, shields, and improving physical strength and skill. Includes an interesting exercise (steepled fingers exercise) for determining how you personally visualize psi which can help for other visualizations.
  • Orgotek Conference: Messing With Electronics and Magnetismby RainTurtle (aka Rainsong)
    Inspired by the abilities of one of the psi-Orders in the fictional Aeon Trinity, this class discusses control of electronics, magnetism, and light. Exercises include affecting a needle on a string near a magnet, corrupting a file on a floppy disk (or writing a basic program to the disk via psi), affecting photosensitive film, multimeters, and radiometers, flaring constructs, recharging batteries, and affecting video games and computers via micro-PK. Describes how to protect electronics from damage from accidental geisting. Also covers a bit of the theory about what psi is, including why psi cannot be electromagnetic.
  • The Use of Trance in Psionics (Class 3)by RainTurtle (aka Rainsong) & Andy_Hock
    Lists common signs of a light trance, and several methods of inducing a trance including muscle tensing and relaxing, copying an upside down picture, and using music. Discusses some psionic activities that trances help with, including micro-PK, precognitive visions, clairvoyance, and telepathy. Describes several levels and types of traces, including those associated with theta brainwaves, delta brainwaves, and euphoric trances. Includes cautions about trancing safely.
  • Psiwheelsby Rainsong
    How to move a psiwheel with psychokinesis via a rhythmic “sloshing” of “oomph”/psi between two points in one’s hand. Also discusses the difference between micro and macro PK.
  • Oomph – or Getting results from Psionics (Class 1)by RainTurtle (aka Rainsong)
    After defining some helpful terms, explains that visualization is not enough to move an object via psychokinesis, and that something else, which the author terms “oomph”, is needed. Gives two different techniques for directing a “beam” of psi at the object to be moved. Includes recommendations for micro-PK and cautions about practicing PK safely.
  • Messing with Magnetsby Rainsong
    A couple of exercises for practicing affecting magnetic fields with psychokinesis, using a needle on a thread and a magnet.
  • NI’s Telekinesis Training Manual IIby Not_Important
    Describes how psychokinetic ability is mediated by the sub-conscious and how to work with the sub-conscious to gain conscious control of this ability. Recommends learning more about how psychokinesis works in order to develop the most efficient practice method for yourself, and includes some of the author’s own theories about the mechanics of it. Explains how breaks in practice can be useful, and suggests other objects to practice with to move beyond the psiwheel.
  • NI’s Telekinesis Training Manualby Not_Important
    Explains the author’s theories on how psychokinesis works, and describes in detail how to perform it by “becoming one” with the object.
  • Fire and Iceby Rainsong
    Explains the theory behind pyro-PK (psychokinesis used to heat things up or produce fire) and cryo-PK (psychokinesis used to cool things down), methods for visualizing each, and ways to practice and test results. Includes cautions on the possible side effects of each.
  • Bored Silly by Your Regular PK Practice?by Rainsong
    A list of creative and fun ways to practice psychokinesis, including dogfighting paper airplanes, affecting the movement of bubbles and small toys, bending spoons, playing pool, and affecting video games and computer programs.
  • Advanced Telekinesis: How to Succeedby Not_Important
    Explains how to master moving a psi-wheel by working on moving other objects. Warns about self control and what can happen from advanced psychokinesis that is misused based on a story from the author’s personal experience.
  • Basics Class 13: Basic PKby Amaya
    An introduction to what PK is, what tools are good to practice with, and some methods for learning. (Note: the first video can be seen here, the second is no longer available.)
  • Various Exercises For Development of Psi Abilitiesby Psion Guild
    Outlines games and exercises for sensing energy, sensing heat, mirroring another person by following their energy, pushing with energy, predicting (whether through telepathy, remote viewing, or precognition) what cards will be dealt next, games to play with energy when around crowds of people, identifying signatures, construct creation, shielding and cloaking, and psionic modifications of the game of chess.
  • Force Bubblesby Rainsong
    Describes how to add psychokinetic programming to a psiball in order to create a force bubble. The basic idea of the programming is that the harder an object pushes against the ball, the harder the ball pushes back. Includes ideas for their use.
  • Psychokinesis the Gnomish Wayby Gnome
    An introduction to psychokinesis using a psiwheel and the “just do it” technique.
  • Telekinesis: Thoughts, Techs, and Tipsby Peebrain
    After practicing for several months using a psiwheel, the author shares thoughts on developing psychokinesis, as well as an explanation of the “just do it” technique that he uses and some tips based on his experience. Includes a link to his practice journal.
  • Noon Class 11: Matter Ability Practiceby Winged Wolf
    Discussion of matter ability as it applies to fire, air, water, and psiwheels. Introduction to gravity and magnetism abilities. Includes techniques and practical exercises.
  • Noon Class 10: Kinetic Ability intro and practice, Matter and Electricity Ability Introductionby Winged Wolf
    Introduction to kinetic, matter (including dowsing), and electricity abilities. Includes techniques and practical exercises.
  • Evening Class 9: Matter Ability Practice, Gravity and Magnetism Introductionby Winged Wolf
    Discussion of matter ability as it applies to fire, air, water, and psiwheels. Introduction to gravity and magnetism abilities. Includes techniques and practical exercises.
  • Evening Class 8: Kinetic Ability Practice, Matter and Electricity Ability Introductionby Winged Wolf
    Introduction to kinetic, matter (including dowsing), and electricity abilities. Includes techniques and practical exercises.
  • Introduction to Psionics and Dealing with Skepticsby KMiller
    Tips on preparing to enter the world of psionics, changes that can be expected, how this can affect friendships and tips on deciding who to trust with knowledge about your new abilities, where to get scientific evidence for psionics for skeptical friends, how to handle religious friends. Also includes a very helpful introduction to practicing and learning telepathy and psychokinesis.
  • Micro-Psychokinesisby ILuvEire
    Summary forthcoming.
  • Telekinesis: A Different Techniqueby Apollo
    Describes technique for psychokinesis that involves making a psiball around the psiwheel (though what the psiball is used for other than as a focus isn’t said) and then visualizing the room spinning rapidly from the perspective of the psiwheel.
  • FAQ: Psychokinesisby Shifted Perspectives
    A list of answers to commonly asked questions about psychokinesis and moving a psiwheel.
  • The Basics of Psychokinesis Class Seriesby Metalforever
    A series of IRC classes focused on beginning psychokinesis on a psiwheel or other small object. Class One and Class Two deal with how to use affirmations, design PK practice sessions, and troubleshoot problems. Class Three covers how to design a PK experiment using the scientific method.
  • Psychokinesis Seminarby Metalforever
    Discusses how to move from the psiwheel to doing psychokinesis on other objects.
  • Psionics Online’s PK Partiesby Metalforever & Apollo
    Logs of PsionicsOnline’s PK parties, during which members attempted to bend spoons and other metal objects with psychokinesis. First PK Party, Second PK Party, Holiday 2007 PK Party, Holiday 2008 PK Party.
  • Macro-Psychokinesisby Magicdood
    Gives step by step instructions for several methods of psychokinesis including “just do it”, using psi strings, using energy projected from your third eye chakra, and moving the object like a limb.
  • Is Energy Manipulation Needed for Psychokinesis?by ErikJDurwoodII
    Points out that most of the theories on how psionic abilities work have been written based on what mindsets have worked for the author for actually performing the ability, leading to a lot of contradictory and arbitrary explanations for psionic phenomena. Explains the difference between the actual mechanics of a system and the techniques for influencing that system. Presents a theory of how energy manipulation could be related to psychokinesis.
  • How to Make a Tinfoilby Gonzo
    Describes how to make a tinfoil psiwheel for practicing psychokinesis. The link to the pictures are broken.
  • Psychokinesis: Getting Started Class Seriesby Metalforever & Genjo (aka Joe)
    A series of IRC classes focused on beginning psychokinesis and how to find a method that works for you for moving a psiwheel or other small object. The classes sessions in order: Class One, Class Two, Class Three, Class Four, Class Five, Class Six, Class Seven.
  • Psychokinesis for Beginners Class Seriesby Metalforever
    A series of IRC classes focused on beginning psychokinesis and how develop and refine your goals and methodology. The classes sessions in order: Class One, Class Two, Class Three, Class Four.
  • An Introduction to Micro-Psychokinesisby Metalforever
    Explains what micro-PK is and what kinds of things it can be used for. Describes a technique involving focus and confidence that the random event will produce the desired result.
  • Advanced Psychokinesis Class Seriesby Metalforever & Float
    This class series assumes some proficiency with the psiwheel, and deals with how to practice and move to larger objects. Introduces research on psychokinesis, and includes tips on keeping schedules, finding methods that work for you, troubleshooting, and bone breathing meditation. The classes sessions in order: Class One, Class Two, Class Three, Class Four, Class Five, Class Seven.
  • Force Bubblesby Stolide Demens
    Explains what force bubbles are and lists some uses for them. Gives the steps for programming a force bubble using visualization, tactile visualization, and vocalization, and includes some general tips.
  • Seraph’s Psychokinesis lessonby Seraph
    Describes how to move a psiwheel by directing energy at it and holding in your mind that you can move it. The author also notes he has gotten good results from expecting it to move or trying to predict that it will move a certain way. Also explains how to use something like telepathy to control the movement, and recommends meditation and trancing.
  • How to Make a Psiwheel (Psionics)by Saintbob
    A video demonstrating how to make a psiwheel for practicing psychokinesis.
  • Telekinesis Chat Log of 9-27-2008 by JediKaren
    A basic introduction to psychokinesis, as well as Q&A. (Note: log is a little hard to follow because all of the screen names have been edited out.)
  • About the Kinesisby JediKaren
    Defines the different “types” of psychokinesis including telekinesis, pyrokinesis, cryokinesis, electrokinesis, hydrokinesis, aerokinesis, and levitation. States that the psion does not move objects by thought and will power but rather they manipulate psi which does the moving for them. Gives tips on practicing including how to make and move a psiwheel, and how to practice pyrokinesis.
  • How to NOT Practice Psiby Kobok
    Explains how some techniques for learning to make psiballs encourage biofeedback rather than actual energy manipulation, how using your hands when practicing psychokinesis can prevent you from developing actual control over the ability, and how frontloading during scanning practice can result in analytic overlay instead of accurate results. Recommends practice that can be objectively verified.
  • Basic Energy Managementby Innerfire
    Instead of dealing with constructs like most of energy manipulation, energy management deals with moving, generating, and general efficiency of how the body uses its energy. Includes passive techniques that require an understanding of how the body and sub-conscious react to things like emotions and expectations, as well as active techniques like meditation and micro-charging/energy focusing. Explains how these techniques can be applied to charging, one’s aura/energy field, ambient energy, and energy efficiency/conservation when making constructs and doing psychokinesis. Includes cautions about trying to use these techniques to generate more energy continually without allowing the body to recover.
  • PsiPog’s Last Chat PK Partyby PsiPog
    The full chat-log of PsiPog’s last PK party, during which members attempted to bend spoons and other metal objects with psychokinesis. Pictures from other PK parties can be found here.
  • Psychokinesis Q&Aby PsiPog
    Answers to various member-submitted questions about psychokinesis, including various applications of PK such as Pyro/Cryo-PK, Bio-PK, etc.
  • Introduction to Psionics, Lecture 2: Psychokinesisby SawyerHickory & Metalforever
    Explained what macro- and micro-psychokinesis are, what kind of results are reasonable to expect, and what geisting is. Gave several methods, and then ended with a silverware bending PK party.
  • Ouch! The Dangers of Psiby NeoPsychic
    Covers psychokinesis, energy manipulation, and telepathy, as well as briefly covering empathy, remote viewing, and astral projection. Describes what the author considers to be beginner, intermediate, and advanced forms of the abilities, although they are rather arbitrary and in many cases very ill-informed, as well as the various possible dangers that the author believes may accompany each. Suggests shields as the solution to most of the problems.
  • Psychokinesis Limitation Theoryby Metalforever
    Discusses how time, one’s self, and one’s environment can contribute to limiting psychokinesis ability, and how each variable can be addressed individually in order to increase one’s “maximum psychokinetic potential”. While this article encourages thought on the many factors which may affect psychokinesis ability, it is buried in too much jargon and unneeded “variables” and “subvariables” to be actually useful.
  • How to Create a Psiwheelby Metalforever
    Steps on how to make a paper psiwheel for practicing psychokinesis. All of the pictures referred to in the article are broken, so the directions are difficult to follow.
  • About Psychokinesis / Telekinesisby Metalforever & IAmMeYouAreNot
    Begins with a demonstration of psychokinesis on an uncovered psiwheel by IAmMeYouAreNot. Demonstrates how to make a psiwheel and gives some general recommendations on practicing.

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