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Consider this notion should reflect your truth. There is only heaven. When death comes to anyone, to some it comes as an angel of mercy. Release from a life well lived and properly ended. For others, death comes as the avatar of a life squandered. A horrific demon off to drag them away from the chance they blew.

Psychokinesis Phenomenon in Psychokinesis


Psychokinesis (PK) is directly linked to energy state. Thus many tai chi practitioners report an increase in energy, as do yogis and really any energy worker. Most people don’t experience or notice self generated PK, because their systems are bogged down in what’s been called G.A.S, generalized affective syndrome. Your energy is all bleeding away into recursive muscle tensions, repressed body language and impulses, even chronic organic traumas. Stigmata, for example, are a PK phenomenon.

Most people experience psychokinesis either when they are relaxed, and in a semi meditative state, or when they are so stressed that exhaustion forces a release of energy. Thus PK seems irregular and erratic, the body/mind usually re-establishes what it has been conditioned to see as homeostasis. It wants things back to normal. It’s part of why ritual can help to exert that force on something. In ritual magic you are both programming your state, but also forgetting your state. It can trigger a release of energy that you might not be able to without the action. It is the same with chanting mantras.

Psychokinesis phenomenon are really very broad. Does anyone have anything specific they would like to discuss?

I’m curious about phantom limb phenomenon. Related I expect? In a sense, yes. It’s a remnant of the energy system that supported the missing limb. How that relates to PK is that the energy follows intent. Though your intent might not be something you are aware of, and you can get so conditioned in your patterns of intent that they won’t end unless you make them. Thus the active person who lost their limb directs energy there.

I have heard stories of people forgetting, and using the missing arm successfully. Yes, usually just to knock something over, or an act in a emergency of some kind. The coordinated action of the energy limb, and their remaining organic one.

It’s amazing what we’re capable of when we forget we’re limited. An emergency can make a person act like superman, lifting a heavy car off someone when they normally could not? Yes. In one case their limbs even broke, but they functioned normally until the task was done. The bones fractured badly, but they did what they intended to do as if nothing mechanical happened.

That kind of energy will focus on the task then. Anything in the way will get blocked, such as pain? It even held the bone in place while the intent is focused. There are many critics of PK, but there are some things that are established fact, and not well explained by the critics. Like suffering a wound that should gush, but doesn’t shed a drop of blood. There is nothing even in the body mind connection model that is accepted that can really explain that. Nor can bleeding out of otherwise unwounded tissue, and it suffers no damage after.

Which is the stigmata? Yes. This illustrates an important key to PK, expectation. Fortunately our subconscious minds aren’t “rational”, so they don’t really care if logic says something isn’t possible. If the action is consistent with expectation, it will likely happen anyway. Has anyone experienced an example of this?

I do have an example. When I was 9 years old I had sustained a cut across the arch of my foot, the cut was deep enough that the skin could be pulled apart revealing the tissue underneath. Strangely I felt no pain. I didn’t know why. I was aware of the change to my foot, it just didn’t hurt. I was careful with it, because it made sense to me, but the whole time some part of my mind was telling me I hadn’t been hurt. I went to bed, and I felt ok. The next morning I woke and looked at my foot, trying to figure out what to do with it. The cut was gone, like it had never happened. Not even evidence of a scar.

Had it been bleeding? No, it didn’t bleed. There was just a slight moisture as if the area were sweating.

I used to climb trees, and there were many falls that could have broken my leg but didn’t. Was that just good luck? I would say no. I would say luck in the modern sense of the word doesn’t exist.

Psychokinesis is for the world of spirit, what Newton’s law is for the world of matter? Exactly. PK could be the governing factor of what David Bohm called the implicate order. But psychokinesis is not one field, even though most people just automatically think of telekinesis.

Telekinesis is a sub-set, and what would the others be? Any of the micro-kinetic effects; self levitation, healing, even manifestation which can be seen as a sub-atomic probability stacking.

Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.

Travis Saunders
Dragon Intuitive

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  1. R Smith

    Do you think psychokinesis can make you experience unexplained pain, after a reoccurring, uncontrollable event?

    • Travis

      Yes, and it will follow the pattern of attempting to compensate for the event.

  2. Shifter

    Great information about telekinesis, thank you for sharing this with us

  3. tracy brenneman

    sometimes when i walk by something like a water bottle or a lightbulb, it will crack under pressure. i am a massage therapist and am studying reiki. i think as you tune your freq up, physical objects start to feel your force in the room. i also have psychic intuitions that scare my boyfriends lolz

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