The following is the third in our series of telekinesis exercises to help you develop your telekinetic abilities.
1 Small Bowl with water in it
A table to work from
A comfortable chair to sit in
Your goal with these telekinesis exercises is to use your brain power to cause the tooth pick to move across the surface of the bowl of water. You want to make sure it is only your brain power causing the tooth pick to move by making sure you do not touch the bowl or table in any way and that your breath can not cause any movement.
Set the bowl of water on the table in front of you and float the toothpick on the surface of the water. Allow the water time to settle and make sure you don't bump the table or you'll have to wait for it to settle again. The surface of the water and the toothpick should should be completely still before you start.
When the toothpick is still upon the surface of the water, use your thought energy to push the toothpick across the waters surface. Different people experience different ways of causing this to happen. Some report it feeling like they have actually connected with the toothpick or the toothpick became a part of their body. Others felt like energy came out of their head and pushed the toothpick. You need to play around with various ways of getting it to move and see which works best for you personally.
For most people, it is best to practice using only one method in any one day. Make multiple attempts perhaps with very slight changes in your technique, but don't change to a completely different way of doing it until you have tried repeatedly for at least a few hundred attempts.
Keep in mind that one of the many theories as to why telekinesis exercises are starting to show results in people is that the part of our brains that allow these abilities is only just starting to awaken. The brain is a muscle and tiny amounts of exercise on any one part of a muscle rarely produces results. It is the repeated exercise of the muscle that produces the best results.
Make sure you are sitting far enough away from the bowl of water that your breath does not push the toothpick. For many people this is the easiest exercise to master because the water's surface gives almost no drag on the toothpick.
Don't make the mistake of trying too hard. If you find yourself getting a headache, you are pushing too hard and need to back off. Many people who have tried too hard for too long find when they stop pushing so hard, movement happens. It is like there was a build up of energy that could not be released when it was being forced. But once they allowed the energy to simply flow from them, it worked.