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    Oh. That's probably more like it.

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    I've never seen it or done it myself! I personally would do something like that in a realm of psychosis and see the results in the physical world later.

    Here's an illustration. One day, bored at Barnes and Noble I decided to try and turn around a little ad propped up on a table using my mind. I strained to move the piece on the molecular level or some strange thing like that and low and behold it did not work. Then I forgot about what I was doing and blankly stared into the room. Suddenly I noticed that on another table an identical ad was facing the opposite side. I could now see the other side. The moral of the story is that our minds can do things to achieve physical results. You might not be able to shoot fire from your hands but you can rub them together and concentrate in order to warm yourself up. You don't have to actually kill someone for them to be dead inside your mind.

    Life, whatever seemingly miraculous things it may bring us, is exhausting. There's too much territory to cover. Something out there is good enough. As we've seen with my own telekinetic exercise, trying to do the impossible can be worthwhile. You'll never arrive at you're ultimate goal. The ending is death, and what happens after that is a mystery.

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