Seriously detachment from the outcome is not a cliche; your higher mind/subconscious knows every desire, fear, and frustration you have so don't worry about it. This technique may open many doors for you:)
After training hard for the last week, I have better control of the pinwheel at differing fan speeds. I start with speed 1; speed 2 at 3m10s, speed 3 at 5m20s. This training has improved my pk overall. Mostly, it has helped me to suspend my disbelief:)
[quote]La psicokinesis es la disciplina mental enfocada al movimiento por medio del poder mental en todo aquello "fÃsico" o "no fÃsico". De la etimologÃa de Psique tomada por algunos como Mente y otros mas como Alma; y de la etimologÃa kinesis que viniendo del griego viene a ser Movimiento. Se podrÃa decir, a partir de estos conceptos, que la Psicokinesia es mover objetos materiales o energÃas con el poder no fÃsico de las personas.
This is my 1st recording of a stasis field applied to a pinwheel against the opposing force of a fan at the lowest speed. I'm able to get the pinwheel slowdown & freeze at different points throughout the video; 1m40s, 5m30s. I believe it to be good training for sustained focus, rather than the short bursts of PK required for the psi_wheel.
As I spent last night going back & fourth from moving heavier objects to lighter objects. I started to feel like the weight barrier was in my head, rather than an objective reality; a lifetime of conditioning. It's like when I was first able to play the guitar well enough for anyone to listen to. I had to feel connected and think of myself as a guitarist rather than someone trying to learn. So, I started feeling that way about PK last night, and the heavier objects seemed the same as the lighter ones. It's like I'm projecting belief.
I have found that eating good healthy food and being well nourished really helps bringing up your chi-levels, thus facilitating pk. I just practiced pk on an empty stomack and got pretty poor results compared to what I use to. I think this play a pretty big part. What do you think?
Okay, So first off I would like to say I've only recently come back to the community. I am the same saintbob you have seen in the various videos in the media section. I wanted to start a post that will hopefully help encourage regular PK practice & motivate the practitioner to move on from where they are to where they want to be.