Author Topic: Calling all spoon benders and metal object benders.  (Read 3131 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

May 07, 2006, 10:03:01 AM
Read 3131 times

A.I.M.

  • Veritas Furniture

  • Offline
  • ****
  • he-who-posts-lots

  • 298
  • Karma:
    0
  • Personal Text
    he-who-posts-lots
    • View Profile
Hey I recently started to do this and Ive been successfull a few times but the movement wasn't too much. :elephant:

Who else over here can do this and what is your technique?

May 07, 2006, 10:13:45 AM
Reply #1

SethLaRoth DeShawl

  • Posts By Osmosis

  • Offline
  • *****
  • Regular Member

  • 581
  • Karma:
    10
    • View Profile
when I decide to practice I normally do it with visualtion although there are othere ways but with myself i "see" the particles of the spoon moving really fast and focus on it going the direction I want. so what is your technique?

Edit: nevermind I just read the other thread.
« Last Edit: May 08, 2006, 05:17:21 AM by Qrisis »

May 08, 2006, 03:19:09 PM
Reply #2

A.I.M.

  • Veritas Furniture

  • Offline
  • ****
  • he-who-posts-lots

  • 298
  • Karma:
    0
  • Personal Text
    he-who-posts-lots
    • View Profile
I do it by making the spoon an extention of my body.

I get my best results if I do a dragon assan for an hour and then during that I visualise myself bending the spoon and then soon afterwards I go and do the exercise to bend the spoon. The assana helps my mind to get clear and it also helps a certain part of me learn the ability I suppose at least thats my theory.

Prophecy?Darkduck?

I thought there would be more people answering this  :rolleyes:"Sigh"

May 09, 2006, 12:10:14 PM
Reply #3

Falcon

  • Posts By Osmosis

  • Offline
  • *****
  • Vretsa Dcitoinray

  • 702
  • Karma:
    1
  • Personal Text
    Veritas Mentor
    • View Profile
    • Facebook
I don't bend spoons, I eat with them!  :biggrin:
Finding some things difficult and need a extra hand, Apply for a mentor that's what were here for http://forums.vsociety.net/index.php?topic=9706.0

May 10, 2006, 05:05:00 AM
Reply #4

A.I.M.

  • Veritas Furniture

  • Offline
  • ****
  • he-who-posts-lots

  • 298
  • Karma:
    0
  • Personal Text
    he-who-posts-lots
    • View Profile
Soon I won't have any spoons that can be used to eat with lol.

O Yea! I can now bend it like a corkscrew, you send loads of energy into it concentrate hard and it becomes like putty in your hands, but when you loose concentration it gets hard again.I can also bend it by just looking at it but only a few milimeters that way.

May 17, 2006, 02:07:57 PM
Reply #5

psychicT0201

  • Veritas Furniture

  • Offline
  • ****

  • 339
  • Karma:
    0
  • Personal Text
    Veritas_Hobo - Master of Hobokinesis
    • View Profile
... So your physically bending the spoon?

May 21, 2006, 10:19:50 AM
Reply #6

A.I.M.

  • Veritas Furniture

  • Offline
  • ****
  • he-who-posts-lots

  • 298
  • Karma:
    0
  • Personal Text
    he-who-posts-lots
    • View Profile
Both ways I can slightly bend it without moving it physiclally, I can also bend it further in ways that are impossible normally with my hands, but I ahve to use my hands to mould it a bit, it becomes like putty.

Id prefer to jsut bedn it that much without the use of anything butheyone has to start somewhere. :elephant:

May 21, 2006, 11:16:08 AM
Reply #7

Rafnul!

  • Veritas Moderator
  • Posts By Osmosis

  • Offline
  • *****
  • he-who-posts-lots

  • 1084
  • Karma:
    30
    • View Profile
I can bend spoons with my hands in ways that most people think are impossible with your hands.  Just a matter of leverage and creative thinking.  Remember, you can bend the handle of the spoon to use it as leverage, then bend it back and pretend like you never did it.

Just saying... if you suck at psi and want to make spoon art, you can probably do it all with your hands.

May 23, 2006, 01:21:51 PM
Reply #8

A.I.M.

  • Veritas Furniture

  • Offline
  • ****
  • he-who-posts-lots

  • 298
  • Karma:
    0
  • Personal Text
    he-who-posts-lots
    • View Profile

May 23, 2006, 10:46:34 PM
Reply #9

DemiGlow

  • A Veritas Regular

  • Offline
  • **
  • Regular Member

  • 81
  • Karma:
    0
  • Personal Text
    The Blunt King!
    • View Profile
    • http://www.geocities.com/greenroomlounge
Yea I wanted to bend some Silverware!
Expecting life to treat you well because you are a good person is like expecting an angry bull not to charge because you are a vegetarian.-- Shari R. Barr

~~*In just 2 days, Tomorrow will be yesterday!*~~

May 30, 2006, 11:28:23 PM
Reply #10

Apricot

  • A Familiar Feature

  • Offline
  • ***

  • 137
  • Karma:
    0
    • View Profile
Is it like those strong man shows where a big guy works really hard and starts to roll up a metal skillet? I think it had something to do with heat and leverage or whatnot.. But it was cool to watch, way better than ripping the phone book in half

So do I understand correctly? Or is your corkscrew something different?
Would it surprise you to learn I taste like strawberries?