Telekinesis is the ability to move objects through mental power or by bio-energetic means. Do I believe that telekinesis is possible? Of course, I do. Not only have I actually witnessed people with remarkable telekinetic abilities, I myself have been successful in doing some little telekinetic experiments of my own.
My interest in paranormal abilities (telekinesis, spoon-bending, levitation, fire-starting, etc.) began in my high school years at the Ateneo de Manila University. Some schoolmates and I established the Parapsychology Club wherein I served as its first President. Under the guidance of Jesuit Fr. Francisco Perez, our aim was to develop our human potential to the fullest, and that included sharpening our mental and psychic abilities.
The basic telekinetic experiment we would do was to try to move a short piece of straw, suspended in the middle of jar by a string attached to the jar lid. Sometimes, we would place the jar inside a bigger jar just to make sure that wind wasn't a factor in causing the straw to move. The apparatus would look like this:
Telekinesis is an easy thing to do on this apparatus. With mental intention, I simply create an energy field between the palms of my hand and as soon as the energy field is strongly and thickly felt, I use it to move the straw in the bottle. People who can create a strong energy field can move the straw even if they are a long distance away from the bottle. Some scientists explain that the energy field consists of a cloud of biophotons (also known as an 'energy ball') emitted from the palms which become dense enough to move objects.
After all these years, I've remained an amateur with regards to my telekinetic abilities. Well, that's because I haven't really been practicing my skills. Nevertheless, I am utterly amazed at the fact that we all have these hidden abilities within us just waiting to be unleashed. Since these are God-given psychic abilities, it is our responsibility to develop them and find some creative use for them in the service of all humanity.
Tasha Olivar and Red de Jesus of GMA I Juander