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Want to see one the best ever recordings of psychokinetic mediumship?

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Last weekend, I gave a reading throughout which doors opened and closed as spirit gave confirmation of evidence provided to the client. This experience renewed my interest in how spirit is able to displace physical objects. Psychokinesis (also known as telekinesis) is derived from the Greek words “psyche” meaning mind and “kinesis”, meaning movement. The term literally means “to move a physical object with the mind.”

Nina Kulagina is one of the most prominent telekinetic mediums of all time. Her psychic ability was captured on film during the Soviet Union era and smuggled outside the country. Kulagina was able to move objects at will with nothing more than the power of her mind. This extraordinary capability intrigued the KGB who were interested in the potential destruction of enemy forces through psychokinesis. During scientific experiments, Kulagina experienced pain in her spine and increased blood pressure due to dramatically heightened electromagnetic energy emitted from her hands. In one groundbreaking parapsychological experiment on March 10th 1970, she succeeded in raising and lowering the speed of a frog’s heart, proving that it is possible to affect the bioelectrical impulses of living tissues.

While of a different nature, the work of Dr. Masaru Emoto is also fascinating. In his first book, The Hidden Messages in Water, he describes his discovery that crystals formed in frozen water revealed changes when specific, concentrated thoughts were directed toward them. He also found that water from clear springs or water exposed to loving words showed brilliant, complex and colourful snowflake patterns. In contrast, polluted water, or water exposed to negative thought formed incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. Given that the human body is 70% water, it makes you wonder about the power and impact of our thoughts …

Check out the You Tube videos below about Nina Kulagina’s psychokinetic powers and Masaru Emoto’s discovery about the power of thoughts upon water crystals.

If you would like to learn more about Masaru Emoto’s research on the impact of thought upon water crystals, check out the book and DVD below.

If you are interested in scientific findings about extra sensory perception and consciousness, I recommend Lynn McTaggart’s books “The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of The Universe” and “The Intention Experiment” as well as Dean Radin’s books “The Conscious Universe”, “Entangled Minds”, and Dianne Hennacy Powell’s fantastic book “The ESP Enigma”.

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