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What is PK?

What is PK?
PK is the acronym used for the term Psycho Kinesis which is a strategy that operates on the premise that says ‘mind over matter’ and in an indiscernible way. There are propositions that this is the work of both the conscious and subconscious due to the fact that its outcome could occur in a deliberate or spontaneous manner. Some of the examples of this occurrence include moving things or solid objects without using efforts or the usual way. There are those who could predict the future events and bend strong and metallic materials with only the use of the mind.

Psychical experts and researchers are the ones who study and closely look into the reality behind PK or psycho kinesis which was also referred to as telekinesis. This occurrence is also known and closely related to another well-known application or subject, ESP. there are certain things similar and relative to these two fields which for one, both are influenced through the mindset of the subject, medications and the process of hypnosis.

There are also fields under the wide spectrum of psycho kinesis which involve fauna and flora or animals and plants. There are those that practice this type of occurrence which could basically heal animals such as mice which are put in testing and experimentations. It could also manipulate and result to the growth of certain plants. Poltergeist is another form or activity that has close relations to PK. This process however was dealt with lots of skepticisms and criticism.

In other types of application, PK is being presently utilized and applied in meditation or similar types of states. There are experimentations recorded that show the manipulation of certain events through using tools such as the event generator. This is the type of tool which could randomly select number sequence that could make a certain event happen.

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