How to perform psychokinesis
If you want to bend a spoon, you have to focus on the object. That means looking at its shape and the metal it is made out of. From there, that’s where things get intense.
You have to say to yourself that the object is nothing more than an illusion and that it can be reshaped into what you wish. It requires a strong belief that trickles down to everything.
The chair you see is an illusion, the door you see is an illusion, and the hand you see is an illusion. There is no room for skepticism when you want to perform psychokinesis.
It requires patience and a strong belief in what you’re doing.
Every time you make an attempt and nothing happens, dig further into understanding what your views of the physical world are. Everything began as an idea before it came into being, so you want to operate in that plane.
Even as you’re attempting psychokinesis, you have to ensure that your physical body and mind are relaxed.
You want to have a singular focus on the spoon, not a random thought about the mashed potatoes you had for lunch was amazing.
Your mind has to be free and clear as though you are in a trance. Once you feel you’re in that state, close your eyes and relax further.
Here is where visualization comes in. Say to yourself that the spoon is an illusion. Feel the energy that the spoon carriers it, and think back to the original idea of creating a spoon.
You want to work on an idea/abstract realm, not on the physical. Now take that idea of the energy behind the spoon and think of what you want it to be. Every time you have unwanted thoughts, push them away.
Once you’re in this heightened state, open your eyes. Use your mind to bend the spoon. Speak a command “bend,” and don’t waver in your concentration.
If done right, the spoon will turn or twist into a different shape and direction. You can choose the direction of using your mind. Imagine how you want it to look before you begin the psychokinesis.