How to Become Telekinetic: Unlocking Psychic Ability

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Knowing how to become telekinetic can be a spiritual and religious journey for many people. The steps below can be one of the easiest ways to begin developing telekinesis and unlocking psychic ability.

Meditate. Meditation is not about concentrating on something but about resting the mind. This rest will help bring you to your full potential to become telekinetic.

Get a metal spoon or fork.

Let your mind drift away from all the sounds around you so that you concentrate only on the spoon. It may help to keep your eyes closed.

Rub your fingertips across the spoon handle in circular motions.

Imagine your fingers melting into the spoon.

Envision the spoon melting into liquid around your melted fingertips. You will begin to feel a lot of warmth between your fingers and the handle. Do not reject this heat, embrace it as a step toward unlocking psychic ability.

Picture your fingers reforming in the space the solid spoon used to occupy.

Envision the liquid spoon around your now solid fingers reforming into a bent shape. When first developing psychic abilities it helps to envision just a small bend and gradually work up to larger ones.

Try this method every day for at least half an hour (not including the meditation time). Developing psychic abilities cannot be rushed in just a day or two.

Change to a different method if this one isn't working, or if you just don't feel comfortable with it, after a month. Becoming telekinetic takes time but it is important to be comfortable with the technique you use and variety can help it develop faster.


  • Concentrating too hard can close your mind to developing psychic abilities. Everything should be easy visualizations, not forced thoughts.

Items you will need

  • Spoon or fork

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