Does telekinesis really exist and how to do it ?
I have been doing some intense research for tk and found that some say its real ive watched vids of telekinesis and it seems real. Some rain surgains say theress a muscle in the back of your head that controls it and also some say your born with the ability your just programmed if you will to believe it doesnt exist i just want to know the truth and if ig does exist how can i learn?
Suggestion by Shenaynay
If you mean brain surgeons – no they don’t say that.
The vids are fake.
No one has ever been able to do telekinesis, don’t you think if it was real we would be using it for something useful by now?
Suggestion by Charlie Farnsbarn
I doubt many rain surgains – nor indeed anybody with a modicum of commonsense – would agree that telekinesis works and we can all look forwards to the Randi bloke being dragged up yet again to explain that it’s not possible and to convince us all that the vids are all fake – oh, and all being well we might even get a few photos just to make a point.
It DOESN’T exist. If it DID, we’d ALL be doing it, wouldn’t wee !
Suggestion by wushuboy001
Well, if a brain surgeon says there is a muscle in the back of your head that allows for TK, then by golly, let me know the name of that surgeon because if I ever need brain surgery, I don’t want that guy. How could a muscle allow for TK? It would have to pop out of the back of your head, reach out and move things, lol….thats ridiculous. Not to mention, that someone outside of brain surgeons would know about this muscle.
No, TK is not real. What body function only works only if you believe it? If you don’t believe your heart is pumping, does it stop? If you don’t believe in breathing, does it stop? If you don’t believe in pain, will you not still withdraw when i stick you with a pin? If TK were a muscle in the back of your head, then belief or disbelief would have absolutely no involvement.
The truth. TK is a popular magic trick which has been around for eons. It is performed by various means, the most impressive method in my opinion is blowing. One can get very skilled at blowing things without being noticed. It creates a very illusion.
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How many times and how long should I practice Telekinesis daily?
How much time do I have to devote to telekinesis practices every day?
Suggestion by michele
“Telekinesis” does not exist. It is a simple parlor trick. Nothing more.
You could “practice” all day every day for the rest of your life, and I 100% guarantee that you will not EVER be able to move ANYTHING solely with your mind.
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does the buzz website for how to get telekinesis actually work?
me and my friend went on the website to get telekinesis and telepathy.we just wanted to know if it works.
Suggestion by eri
It doesn’t work, it’s just make-believe. I know, it would be really cool if it was real, but it’s not. Just pretend. And a lot of people never moved past the pretend stage. But if it were cool, there’s millions of dollars in prizes for anyone who would prove it – and wow, would that be easy to prove.
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Suggestion by The Great Gazoo
Don’t be silly. Of course not.
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Psychokinesis (from the Greek ÏˆÏ…Ï‡Î®, “psyche”, meaning mind, soul, spirit, heart, or breath; and ÎºÎ¯Î½Î·ÏƒÎ¹Ï‚, “kinesis”, meaning motion, movement; literally “mind-movement”), also referred to as telekinesis (Greek Ï„á¿†Î»Îµ + ÎºÎ¯Î½Î·ÏƒÎ¹Ï‚, literally “distant-movement”) with respect to strictly describing mental movement or motion of solid matter, abbreviated as PK and TK respectively, is a term coined by publisher Henry Holt to refer to the direct influence of mind on a physical system that cannot be entirely accounted for by the mediation of any known physical energy. Examples of psychokinesis could include distorting or moving an object, and influencing the output of a random number generator. The study of phenomena said to be psychokinetic is part of parapsychology. Some psychokinesis researchers claim psychokinesis exists and deserves further study, although the focus of research has shifted away from large-scale phenomena to attempts to influence dice and then to random number generators. In September 2006, a survey about belief in various religious and paranormal topics conducted by phone and mail-in questionnaire polled Americans on their belief in telekinesis. Of these participants, 28% of male participants and 31% of female participants selected “agree” or “strongly agree” with the statement “It is possible to influence the world through the mind alone”. There were 1721 participants, and the poll had a margin of error of plus or minus 4 …