Hey guys, I have a hunch, bear with me for a second. I think telekinesis is somehow linked to friction. I'm embarrassed to say that even to this day, I have a big problem with moving larger objects like cups, pencils, etc... and it usually takes me quite a bit of time to get into the zone (30+ minutes to start feeling the connection). However, I've noticed that I can immediately drop down and stop objects from moving. For example, just for giggles I recorded this right now: You can compare how it's swinging in the beginning to how it stopped by 50 seconds. It took virtually no effort for me to do this. I actually get a bit nervous doing this in the house because earlier while I was stretching my aura, the lights in the apartment started surging unexpectedly. This isn't the first time that's happened and I noticed that if I practice too much of my stasis field, I end up messing with the electricity in the entire house. The biggest object I've ever stopped was a windmill, but I obviously am nowhere NEAR that level of telekinetic ability when it comes to moving objects. Why? It takes way more force to stop something that big vs moving even a small pencil. My master says that my tk is clouded by my delusions and that stopping vs moving objects should not be any different. I tend to agree with him especially since he can levitate a bed lol and he's been right so far. It's still intriguing. I've been reading several taoist books on the subject and they say that until a student completes level 4, they are unable to fully project their yang (hot, mobile chi) out of their body. However yin can be projected at any level and was used by lower level students to stop arrows, etc... from hurting them. Is this somehow due to increasing the amount of friction in an area? How else could it be done? I'm trying to think logically here but I still feel like I'm grasping at straws and riding an enormously complex and powerful beast whose true nature remains beyond me. Hmmm, I need to meditate further on this. Anyway, just some thoughts.