1Understand how telekinesis can help, and how it is possible. Energy can be defined as the capacity to do work, which is any change in the state or motion of matter. There is energy continually running through our body, the same energy that keeps us moving, breathing and simply working. We obtain the energy from food, which is measured in calories (the amount of energy found in food). This energy is known as chemical energy. In muscle cells, only about 40% of the chemical energy is actually used for mechanical work. Potential chemical energy released by cellular respiration is converted into kinetic energy in the muscles. But instead of using physical, kinetic energy to move such things, one should use the chemical energy already stored in the body. Although we cannot see the energy (with the naked eye) it is still very much there.
The first law of thermodynamics states: energy cannot be created or destroyed, although it can be transferred or changed from one form to another. The energy of any system and its surroundings is constant. A system may absorb energy from its surroundings or it may give up some energy from it's surroundings, but the total energy content of that system is always the same. Telekinesis is not magic, although probably mistaken for thousands of years; one is really just transferring the energy from their body (the surroundings) to an object outside of the body (the system).
2Choose your system (the object to be moved). In the beginning, pick something that has a light mass. The farther apart the molecules inside the system, the easier to manipulate it.
3Let go of the idea that the system and the manipulator are different, because both contain the same energy.
4Recognize and feel the energy that flows through the body.
Exercise 1: Flex every muscle in one of your arms for 10 seconds, including your fist. After those 10 seconds are up, completely relax the arm and study the feeling of heat going through it. The heat may pulse, or feel almost of an electrical sensation. That feeling after the muscle has been contracted is that energy. Being able to control that without the initial trigger of moving your muscles is what you want to obtain. Once you have control over this, you must be able to sustain energy controlled emission, and not bursts.
Exercise 2: Find yourself an ideal conditioned, cold area. Completely relax your body, so much that you can sit (or lay) there without getting the hair on your body to stand up. The longer you practice controlling the energy that naturally wants to heat you up and keep you from freezing, the more you can control how much extra energy is used in useless things. Eventually you should be able to send the energy out through your body, to any part of your body (one arm or leg, a hand, chest, etc.) on demand.
5Decide whether you wish to pull, push, or spin the system. Each option has a different approach than one trying to change the state of or levitate the system.
Pulling the system is simple, because you know the direction of the energy.
Levitation is extremely hard, as one has to reduce the inertia of the system to make it light enough for the electromagnetism of the system and it's surroundings to react.
Changing the state of the system requires changing the total amount of kinetic energy in the system (which we commonly know as heat). The amount of heat energy (Calorie) is equivalent to 4.184 joules which is also equals the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 g of water 1 degree Celsius. But other common substances such as metals, glass have much lower specific heat values. You can see why changing the state of an object would be hard for the mind to do.
6Focus that energy and direct it toward their system. How you choose to do this depends on you. Different methods work for different people, just as we have different ways of thinking. Try feeling the system first and pay attention to the weight of it, how much energy does it take to physically move it? Then try to match that with the energy you feel in your body when you are not touching it.
Remember that a continuous flow of energy is needed, once you start to change the system, you must keep that energy focused on it, or else it will go back to it's primary state. This is Newton's first law: What is at rest, stays at rest (unless a force is acted upon it, and that's you)!
7Stop when you feel mentally and physically tired (usually one before the other). Do not continue until your fatigue is back to a normal level.
Focusing for long periods of time can be taxing on your system, and may result in mild to moderate headaches from time to time. While not serious, these headaches are a sign that you need to rest.
The (presumed) strongest recorded telekinetic talent in history was a Russian housewife named Nina Kulagina. Even she could just get objects to roll and shift, rather than fully levitating. However today many illusionists can replicate Kulagina skills. Her "ability" are still discussed, but the future research will give us the right answer.
how to do telekinesis