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Telekinesis - Moving Objects With Mind Power

Updated on December 14, 2011

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Nina Kulagina - Telekinesis

Today I just saw this video on youtube, when I was searching how some peoples moves the objects with their mind power. There are so many videos on youtube regarding this, which I mostly found fake videos. But this video is real! Nina Kulagina moves the objects with her mind power. She just concentrates and the unknown waves of her hands moves the objects. In one scientific experiment, she even stopped heart beats of frog. And then she tried the same on man. He experienced the pain in his heart, so scientist told her to stop.

Any time I can personally experience some magnetic force between my two hands. I think you can also experience that force. Just take palms of your two hands in front of each other. And say in mind ‘my hands are coming closer and closer’. Never try to make them closer consciously. Then automatically you will experience that force between your two hands. It’s that much easy and everyone can do it! It’s feeling is just like magnet.

General human mind uses just 7% of the brain power! But the Nine Kulagina uses 4 times more brain power. I think this can be possible as I know some force exists between our hands. At the time of prayer we connect our two hands? Why? Because the force like magnet exists between our hands.

Nina Kulagina

5th Dimension - Mind over Matter (Telekinesis)


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      9 years ago

      I would love to be telekinetic because I have seen it on "That's so Raven" and I love it I am a young girl and I love magic that's why my name is what it is. If you find anything let me know!

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      Insane Mundane 

      9 years ago from Earth

      Regardless of how interesting subjects like this may be, "mind over matter" can set on the back burner for now, until we can perfect the "mind over body" concepts, as there is a big difference between the two...and the gap in advancement that it would take to advance from one to the other, is far and wide, to say the least! :D

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      9 years ago from the straight and narrow way

      I've read recently (cannot remember where) that the percentage use of our brains is almost 100%. The lower percentages pushed for so long were to allow this kind of trickery to be explained away.

      While I do not believe that a human can perform telekinesis, I do believe that there are demons who will readily trick any human they can into believing that they have 'power', thus leading them away from their Creator.

      And, while you may not believe as I do, and may even now be over-emotional in your response to my comment, remember two facts:

      1. You left the comments section open.

      2. One of us might be right.

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      Ash Hicks 

      10 years ago from Tucson, Arizona

      Actually, humans (on average) use approximately thirty percent of their brain power. We use one hundred percent of our brain over our lives, though. However, I would look at quantum entanglement. There is one paper that states teleninesis is possible due to quantum entanglement. It is really neat. If I find the paper, I'll let you know it's title!

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      11 years ago

      a very unique hub...and very interesting!

      check mine out...and tell me wat you think


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