Hey have any of you guys ever been to Institute of Biosensory Psychology? It is in Russia and they are teaching people PK, and I was curious how they teach people because they say they teach people extremely fast. Heres a story about it on their site:
Hey all, Lets start with where im at, i practised and am still very fond of the good ol' psi wheel, gotta love the basics, i was going on and off for awhile, always mastering the wheel but hittin that next plateau, different story always ended the same. i come today finding out last week i have a HUGE 1.5cm (well, im told thats bigger than average) gall stone, gotta get surgery and anyone who's had episodes when the gall stones stuck its not pleasant, so im making some life changes.
I've been trying to spin a psiwheel for the last few of weeks(6-7, I don't remember the precise date I started), with no success whatsoever... I read all the info/guides, and tried most(if not all) the techniques mentioned, I could find both here and on psipog, but nothing seems to work.
Do you have any ideas on what the problem may be, and how to solve it?
I just tried a crazy expiremint and got some great results!
1. I got an apple.
2. I held it out and imagined psi flowing into it and filling it.
3. I took two bites out of the apple.
After all that I tried telekinesis, and my telekinesis was much better than before!
(just telling you that the apple tasted terrible) You could trie this with different foods and possibly even different abilities. Please give me feedback on this and see if it works for you. I hope that I helped you!
You are basically slowing down or reversing kinetic movement in a given area. Buy a child's pinwheel toy, and set it up in front of a constant kinetic force(a fan blowing air). So, the pinwheel should be spinning on it's own when you're not using PK. Your goal is to get the pinwheel to slow down, stop, or spin the other way, hence the the phrase opposing force. Start on the slowest fan speed. Even if you only get the pinwheel to slow down or stutter at 1st, you're on the right track. It's also a great way to distance train.
[i]I've been trying to help a friend for the last couple of weeks who has been frustrated by the psi_wheel. I think it doesn't need to be frustrating. As an aside, What I call empathy, some would call clairsentience. It's the same thing to me really. Here are some of the things which I shared from my own experience related to the nature of empathy.[/i]
At the suggestion of a fellow PK researcher, I made use of a common poltergeist experience of mine(flickering lights). I began to pay attention to how it felt within my bio-field when this would happen & I started replicating it with other electronics. Anyway, the principal is the same with flame pulsing, except for the adrenaline rush I feel while doing this. For some reason this is easier for me than stasis on the candle, but kind of hard to slow down once I get it going:)