Author Topic: Alternative ways to practice instead of the psiwheel for beginners??  (Read 3110 times)

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February 27, 2007, 02:10:27 PM
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da4seen

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Hello,

I've read alot peoples posts on various forums about not being able to move the psiwheel but being able to move other objects such as pencils, balloons, etc. I was wondering if there are any other practices good for beginners aside from the psiwheel.

Although i'm planning to continue practicing the psiwheel, I would like to explore other options if I'm not as successful on the psiwheel as others when they first start.

Thank you in advance for your replies.
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February 27, 2007, 07:06:12 PM
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hanging mobiels :-P wind chims they look hard but they are pretty easy.
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February 27, 2007, 09:43:35 PM
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I agree it is easier ther is a mobile that hangs in my Spanish class and i play with it when i am bored.

February 28, 2007, 01:54:42 PM
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I can't wait to i get to the level where I can move objects with little effort.

Yea, the problem I was having with the psiwheel is i had it enclosed in a plastic container because I have fans in my room(Turning off the fans makes my room extremly hott :( ). I read that sometimes enclosing the psiwheel in a object may be difficult for beginners because your subcon sees the plastic/glass container as somewhat blocking the connection between you and the psiwheel itself.

I'm thinking about trying the placing a toothpick in a bowl of water method, i don't see air current in my room affecting that as much as it would affect the psiwheel.

Cross your fingers for me :)

P.S.

I also tried hanging a needle from thread inside a plastic container, but i think the plastic container itself is whats giving me doubts.
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March 01, 2007, 08:20:21 PM
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A cork or a pencil that is hanging half-way off of a ledge and try to tilt or depress one side enough for it to fall off the ledge.
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March 01, 2007, 10:01:06 PM
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A cork or a pencil that is hanging half-way off of a ledge and try to tilt or depress one side enough for it to fall off the ledge.

Wow very creative and less likely to be affected by the air in my room :). Thanks, i'm going to try that next week :)
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