From Psiwheels to Pencils: A Training Guide

This guide is intended for those who have no specific schedule or training regimen for practicing telekinesis.  It will, most importantly, touch all the fine points that seem to be missing many manuals.  It will also help those who want to achieve the power and control to move pencils.  This is not another how-to guide, but merely a suggestion to how training should be done.  I highly recommend that those who are reading this guide have read various guides as to how to use telekinesis.  Now, on to the guide! The problem with most psions in learning TK is that once they start, some might find it hard to move up to that next level as did I.  I have been practicing for at least a year (on and off, as well as trying a multitude of techniques).  On my way to the holy grail of TK movement, yes for me, it's the all mighty pencil, I have came across an interesting way to achieve this magnificent feat.

The first step on your journey is to obtain a small psiwheel and a room with little air movement.  Now, you must train.  Use whatever method you like until the psiwheel moves/shakes.  It might take you a few days or maybe it will take you just a few seconds.  This first step is the hardest since most people will need to train everyday to get any results.  Exercise caution when training people, between 10 and 40 minuets is great.  Anything over 40 minuets and you will start to experience headaches and other nasty stuff.

Once this is done, then congratulations! You're ready to move on the the next level.

After you have achieved results, then control becomes the name of the game.  I would suggest using your hands to achieve this.  Keeping your hands near the psiwheel seems to help in the spinning of the wheel.  This could be because of your aura, psi, or just plain heat.  Some people will need to be careful.  It has been scientifically proven that heat from the hand can move the psiwheel on it's own.  If you have this problem then you will have to skip this step.  Just like small drafts and your breathing, heat from your hands can affect training a lot by giving you false results.

Now comes the training part once again.  Before you move on to the next level, you must be able to move the psiwheel left and right, willingly of course.  This could take quite a bit of practice and even be very frustrating because sometimes the wheel seems to have a mind of its own.  This, along with step one, will probably be the meat and potatoes of training.  This is where a large portion of your training will go.  The control step, will always be the largest and hardest step.  When it comes time for a different type of movement, one can practice movements like the rolling of the pencil.

It will take a long time because instead of a pinwheel that rotates, you will be moving something that has two directions.  Once you gain enough control to move it left and right with your hands for help, you can then graduate to the third step.  It's actually quite short and simple.  Personally, I use this to "crystallize" my fine points of control and gain a little more power for the bigger objects.  This "half step" still involves the rotation of the wheel, so don't get too excited.  At this point, you should take your hands away from the psiwheel and practice moving the wheel.  If any one has a mental block because their hand is gone, just use you imagination to get around it.  (ie.  Simply imagine your hand floating nearby.)

If you can do this and have the same amount of control, then its time to move on to the final step.  If not, just keep training until you can achieve this.

Before we get onto the final step, I would like to note that when moving onto bigger objects this outline should be strictly followed, but openly.  What I mean by this is that some times you have to skip steps before you can complete them all.  Steps 1 through 3 can be used when training with any objects.  I suggest (sorry cant remember who posted this maybe it was NI but kudos anyways) that you try to get results on the next object you plan on moving to complete the almighty step three.

It might take awhile, but I find it works just fine.  That is because your whole goal in step three is to get full control of the psiwheel, and this takes just a little bit of power.  Some people can develop this power by giving themselves a challenge.  Others don't need a challenge and can just use my method described above.

Now, for some more training before we finally move on to pencils.  For me, I thought the jump was kind of big.  It was a big downfall for me because even though I had adequate training in the psiwheel.

After about 2-3 weeks, I still had no results so I went back to the psiwheel, thinking that it would still be very easy.  To my surprise, I had no results with the psiwheel for another 2-3 days.  Apparently, I did not use the correct technique and had to restart.

For the level of training, I highly suggest using a heavy psiwheel or pen or pencil (finely sharpened) to rest the wheel on.  The wheels dimensions should be 6x6 in.  and made of a fairly durable material.  I, myself, prefer construction paper, but a sheet of lined paper cut accordingly works just as well.  Another thing you have to remember and I don't stress this lightly, but keep your old psiwheel nearby.  It makes a great warm-up as well as a way of reassuring that your technique is right on target.

For me, the smaller wheel would spin even though my goal was to move the bigger one.  After a while, I began to ignore this and remember that at least something was moving from my focus.

After you get results from the new psiwheel follow steps 1-3 until you have gained more power and control.  I learned about control and power when I moved to the bigger wheel.

For now, I suggest that you should keep the big psiwheel with you when you practice on the pencil or a similar object to make sure your technique is working right.


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