The purpose of the School of Psychokinesis at Life Foundation is to help people understand that the non-physical abilities have the power to transcend physical laws. Its function is to teach Psychokinesis and conduct research on this amazing psychic phenomenon.
Psychokinesis is a form of psychic phenomenon, of mind over matter, through invisible non-physical means. Examples of Psychokinesis are movements of objects, bending of metals and determining the outcome of events through the power of mind. The term Psychokinesis is derived from the Greek word ‘Psyche’ meaning ‘Breath’, ‘Life’ or ‘Soul’, and ‘Kinein’ meaning ‘to move’. Occurrences of Psychokinesis have been recorded since ancient times. They include levitation, materialization, dematerialization, teleportation, miraculous healings, luminosities, apports, and other physical phenomena. St. Francis of Assisi was reported to have the ability to levitate. In his book ‘Autobiography of a Yogi’ Paramhamsa Yogananda speaks about Nagendranath Bhaduri, an Indian saint who could levitate. There are numerous historical references to people who have exhibited Psychokinesis.
What is possible and what is not possible is also passed on to us as beliefs. These beliefs are not only at an individual level, but also on a group level. These limiting beliefs stop us from realizing our true potential. As we realize and transform these beliefs, we can perform miracles in our lives. All of us are miraculous beings, and our identity is far more than the physical body we are acquainted with. Many pioneers have done research in the field of Psychokinesis. Read More
As Neale Donald Walsh puts forth in one of his books:
“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, but spiritual beings having a human experience!”
To realize our true selves, we only need to ‘remember’ and, as we meditate, we become open to remembering. We see a future in which there are no Gurus, for everyone is a Guru; there are no Doctors, for everyone is a healer; there is no war, for everyone is at peace. All of this comes forth as we realize the power within ourselves. This world, as Lord Krishna says, is illusionary, ‘Maya’, making us forget the reality. As we realize the nature of this world, we remember our true identity.