After a long year of my sophomore year in high school going through Ap test and finals, and pre SAT's I finally started back up with my psychokinesis experiments/training whatever you want to call it. It has been awhile like a few months since I stopped practicing for awhile. So since school has ended and I took a break to relax myself I decided to go to work again. Yesterday I started to practice with a piece of Styrofoam about an inch thick, and two inches long. I went to the bathroom closed the doors to eliminate any air currents, and I blocked air currents coming from my air purifier. Now I started to fill the bathroom sink up, and waited for the water to settle. Then I put my lovely jagged piece of Styrofoam into the water gently.
As soon as the Styrofoam begins to float to the corner of the sink I manipulate the direction of the Styrofoam piece, or water, and the Styrofoam starts to float in a semi circle a small arc. Then I want the Styrofoam to change directions completely and it does. If I wanted it to go backswords it stops and goes backwards same if I wanted it to go forwards. Then I am able to stop the Styrofoam in water completely then make it twitch like it were confused in which direction it wanted to go. So I end up doing all of this in an hour, and I start to get a head ache I really had to rest after this practice I think I strained myself. I also trained to the telekinesis test on this site prior to practicing.
I was afraid my practice wouldn't work since I haven't done my psychokinesis practice in a while, but I was wrong I think I retained some sort of muscle memory to this. What do you all think?