The terms psychokinesis and telekinesis tend to be used almost interchangeably however the term telekinesis was originally meant to apply only to the movements of objects caused by ghosts and spirits, but in about 1914, the term psychokinesis was coined to be used by those seeking to learn to develop their abilities because so many fake spiritualist had used various methods of pretending to contact spirits, those truly seeking to advance their skills wanted to be sure they were not confused with the con artists.
Today however, the two terms are used pretty much interchangeably and for those seeking to develop their psychokinetic abilities, exercises designed for either purpose will work just fine.
It is important to note that developing psychokinesis does not happen overnight. How long it takes depends on many factors, some of which science can not yet explain. I have seen people reporting results in on their first attempt while others do not see results for weeks. No can honestly say that everyone has the ability. Some people quit trying before they receive results and who knows, they might have gotten results the next time they tried but because they stopped we will never know for sure.
The bottom line is to practice. Go into this knowing it could take months or even years to develop the ability. But it is not something you have to spend hours upon hours practicing. Short 10 to 15 minutes practice sessions once or twice a week will show results for most people. So even if it takes you months to learn, it is not a big outlay of time and energy.
The great thing about this exercise is it can be done anywhere at anytime and no one even has to know you are practicing psychokinesis. All you need is a coin that has two distinctive sides and a fall surface to toss the coin on.
To allow yourself the maximum opportunities to be able to practice, make each session just 10 coin tosses. You can easily track this in your head and know whether your tosses are higher or lower than pure chance and if you have time to run multiple sessions at one sitting, that is great, but if time is short, just do a quick 10 tosses and go about your business.
Since a coin has only 2 sides, there is a 50/50 chance that you will toss the correct side without it involving any type of psychokinetic ability. So with a session being 10 tosses, chance will show 5 correct guesses out of the 10 tosses. Your goal would be to get as close to scoring 10 of 10 as possible.
Keep a score sheet in your wallet or purse and at the end of each session, jot down your score. A score of 7 out of 10 means nothing but a score of 700 out of 1000 is starting to show a strong ability and a score of 7000 out of 10,000 would show a powerful ability. But you need to make note of it. Keeping it in your head is not going to be very impressive to anyone. A written record is much more believable and if you keep detailed records it is even better.
All you need to do is decide which side of the coin you want to show up when the coin comes to a rest after you toss it, and use your mind to send that thought to the coin. Toss the coin and make note of the results.
It is important to note here that you are not trying to psychic guess what the outcome of the toss will be before your toss it, you are attempting for force the coin to land on your chosen side. This will of course involve sending your thoughts toward the coin, but you can try different ways of doing it to see which gives you the best results.
Some people will see the side they want to show up in their minds eye (visualization). Others will send thought energy of the visualization towards the coin while it is being tossed. Others will send the name of the side through their thought energy. There is no right or wrong way to do this. Everyone is different and will receive different results, so do what feels right to you.
Pamela Freeman is a noted author and researcher who has dedicated her life to helping others. Her website offers free classes to learn Psychokinesis
and help develop psychic abilities.