Let’s talk about my telekinesis training. It’s been a while since I stopped training with the psi wheel, and I’m so happy I made the decision to quit training with paper and tinfoil and move on to larger objects with more mass and weight, such as a ping pong ball. Even though a ping pong ball is is still small and light, it can be classed as a ‘real’ object, and much more difficult to move than say paper or tinfoil, which has almost zero mass and weight.
Now, don’t misunderstand, I trained for a very long time with the psi wheel, and it’s a crucial little device that can help to give you great confidence in your telekinetic abilities during the earlier stages of telekinesis training. However, the psi wheel is almost exactly like the ‘training wheels’ on a bicycle. When you’re a kid, you need the training wheels on the bike to help build up your confidence, but there comes a time when those training wheels must be taken off, so that you can move to the next (higher) level of actually riding the bike as it was designed to be ridden … without the training wheels!
There comes a point in a telekinesis practitioner’s life when they must let go of the crutch, the psi wheel, that has indeed helped them a lot, but may now be hindering their progress as they need to move beyond the beginner stages of telekinesis training. I would say that when you feel you have full command over the psi wheel (make it spin, make it stop, make it rotate in a certain direction, etc), that is the time you should move on to the next level of telekinesis training. Now you must choose a real-world object, an actual object! I have chosen to work with a ping pong ball, because I feel it’s the perfect object for the level I am currently at in my TK training. The ping pong ball is great because you can try to make it roll in any direction, and you can even practice levitation with it too if you so desire.
Good luck with your TK training my friends!
- Chris Zanetti
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