More SLIder weirdness...
Posted 15 September 2008 - 03:21 AM
I work at a plant that manufactures vinyl windows and patio doors. I work on a line that makes the window sashes. One type of window we make on that line requires me to insert metal pieces inside the sash pieces and secure them with screws. This particular window requires me to hand secure 4 sash pieces with 3 screws each. When I do this I generally grab a small handful of screws and hold them in one hand while I screw them into the sash pieces with the other hand. I noticed that as I was holding the screws in my hand they started becoming magnetized and clumping together.
Any other SLIders out there? Have you been picking up any new characteristics?
Posted 15 September 2008 - 05:54 AM
I'm not sure if I'm a SLIder, but when there's a thunderstorm going on, I have to take off my watch before going outside to enjoy it (I LOVE thunderstorms) or I'll short out my watch. Not to mention the taste I get in my mouth. I can make lightbulbs flicker when I'm really sick (weird eh?), too.
I think what you're able to do is pretty neat!!! I never even knew there was a name for this....thank you!! What does SLIder stand for?
Posted 15 September 2008 - 06:45 AM
What does SLIder stand for?
SLIder was coined from the phrase "Street Light Interference". This was a term originally attributed to people who have the effect of causing street lights to flicker or go out temporarily when they get near them by walking under them or driving by. There are quite a few other effects caused by SLIders.
In my opinion, it's based on psychokinesis. Psychokinesis is kinetic energy causing effects on physical objects without conscious effort on the part of the person generating the energy whereas telekinesis is consciously generated.
Posted 16 September 2008 - 11:22 AM
Posted 16 September 2008 - 12:08 PM
Posted 16 September 2008 - 12:58 PM
Are you born a SLider or may I become one? Do we have this in us and it's just a matter of bringing it out and developing it?
The following is merely my opinion. I believe we are all born with psychic abilities. I believe that SLIding is based in psychokinesis. If one makes a conscious effort to develop those traits it would tip the balance toward telekinesis and no longer be considered SLIding. However, I am not well educated in the area of SLIding and would have to research it further.
If you would like to practice TK you can make a tool quite easily with a paper clip and a piece of paper. Cut a small piece of paper into a wide X shape. Fold to make a crease along both lines. Bend one end of the paper clip so that it will stand up on a table. Balance the center of the X on the end of the paper clip wire so that it will freely spin. Concentrate on making it spin.
Of course there are a slew of other odds and ends you can use to help you focus your TK. I used to use a candle flame. I would concentrate on the hole in the flame near the wick.
Posted 16 September 2008 - 01:12 PM
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