Article written by JoeRoger, re-published from the United Psionics Club, permission granted by Float, UPC administrator.
Psychokinesis can be utilized in a variety of ways. Some applications are common, such as moving an object or affecting a dice. Others are less common, but are still being done all the time. In this article I’m going to introduce you to a less common way of practising PK, which can be done virtually everywhere and at about any time. I discovered this out of boredom, and the urge to accomplish something new.
What I’m talking about is affecting radiowaves. A convenient way of practising this, is with a cell phone. The reason I use a cell phone when practising this, is because a cell phone is something I carry with me everywhere I go, and because you can get constant feedback on the status of the signal by looking at the display. Another reason is that the antenna is short. Yet another reason is that once you’re good at it, it’s an easy and effective way to show PK to someone, if ever that need would arise.
As you may know, the electromagnetic spectrum consists of all possible electromagnetic radiation. This spectrum is arranged by wavelengths, with the shortest wavelenghts on the left, and the longest on the right. The specific frequency of a given radiation is in inverse ratio to the specific wavelength.
From the far left you have gamma rays, x-rays, ultraviolet light, visible light, infrared radiation, microwaves, and finally the radio frequencies, which is of the greatest interest in this article. Radio waves are used for transmission of data via devices, such as television, mobile phones, wireless networks, and of course, the radio. Mobile phones use SHF (Super high frequency), which operate on the frequency of 3-30GHz. As the name suggests, it’s a pretty high frequency, but that doesn’t mean much to us practically.
Through the use of psi, frequencies can be changed. When you for example want to weaken your phone’s signal, you actually have to manipulate the incoming signal on-the-fly. This is not as hard as it sounds, and the good thing with psi is you don’t need to be a nuclear physicist in order to, say, manipulate a candle flame. The same thing goes for this. So even if you don’t know anything about radio waves, that doesn’t mean it’s any harder for you to affect them.
I’m now going to describe two methods I’ve used. The first one uses visualization:
First, sit down in a comfortable position, relax, and get in the state of mind you’re in when you’re doing PK. Hold the cell phone with both hands. Next, try to see the incoming signal around the phone in your mind. Make it as vivid as you want. While keeping the visualization in your mind, start focus on distorting the signal. See it becoming distorted in your mind. Then, while focusing on the distorting, put a finger next to the signal bars. I prefer to use my dominant thumb or pointing finger. Focus on the distorting, while forcing the bars to disappear as if pushing something with your finger. Once you see one of the bars disappearing, keep at it, eliminating one bar at the time until all are gone.
This method may be good start out with. But once you’re able to do it, the visualization starts coming a little obsolete. Then you can do it this way:
As in the first method, sit down, relax, and get in your usual PK state. Now, while holding the phone in your hands, put your finger against the signal bars as in the first method, but without visualising anything. Focus intently on removing the signal bars. I find that a sense of a “knowing confidence” helps a lot when doing it. This is something you may be familiar with from previous PK experience. Otherwise, it’s something you can develop with some practice. Keep doing it until you can completely disable the signal.
Once you can decrease the signal significantly, try increasing the signal when the signal is low. You may find this just as easy. I first talked to someone else who claimed to do that, and at first I didn’t believe it, but after trying a bit I succeeded. I can’t really explain how it’s done, but it still works.
For those looking for new ways to practice, I believe doing this can be a useful addition. There are a number of things you can do with it once you get better. If you practising with a friend located someplace else, try lowering his signal from distance. It can even be of use when talking to someone with a bad signal by increasing their signal while talking to them. (I have done this during conversations, and the signal has improved. I don’t know exactly why connection gets better as well, but it does happen.) And why stop with cell phones? Once you get better, try messing with a radio or a TV or something else. Don’t let anything but your imagination get in your way. Above all, have fun.