Telepathy vs Telekinesis: What is the difference?
Telepathy vs. telekinesis
When we're young everybody wants to know what they can do, and everybody learns that there are more amazing things in the world that they can accomplish. Say, for instance, telekinesis and telepathy.
When it comes to knowing the difference between the two sometimes can be difficult. So first you need to understand that telekinesis and telepathy are not the same thing. They may use the kind of internal energies that the other use, but in different forms.
Telekinesis is using your mind or energy to move or manipulate objects. This can include lifting objects up, throwing objects with your mind, or pushing people with your mind.
Telekinesis can be used in a variety of different settings it can be used to control inanimate objects. It can be used to control how fast or slow an object goes.
There are also many types of telekinesis that involve moving things, like aerokinesis, psychokinesis, pyrokinesis, and many others. These control elements such as fire, wind, and anything else in the middle.
Telekinesis is the most seeing use of the Mind in movies and cartoons and is in general the one that most people want to have however telekinesis does not have the ability that telepathy does.
Telepathy is the ability to manipulate somebody's mind that means putting voices in their head, telling people what to do, controlling their actions, and controlling their thoughts.
This is another form of manipulation to your outside environment. Telepathy is not as widely used, but seems to be more useful when dealing with people.
Telepathy is very useful in a lot of situations where telekinesis might not be so relevant. If you wanted somebody to look in another direction as you passed them or if you wanted somebody to agree with what you're saying,
These are examples of things that you can do with telepathy. While some would agree that there are many many more things that you can do the time and energy, it would take time to learn all these things an extremely lengthy time.
The telepathy vs. telekinesis debate has been around for a long time because people do not understand the differences. For instance, if you wanted to make somebody give you their phone number. Would this be telepathy or telekinesis.
If you use the telekinesis you could make that person use their hand can force them to write out there number.
Using telepathy you would be making the person write out their number themselves. In this scenario you would be controlling what they want to do or what they are doing inside their own head.
Telekinesis vs Telepathy: The Difference
The main difference is you're either controlling things or you're controlling someone else's actions. While there is a middle ground that is gray, it is pretty straightforward.
Learning to do either one of these things can take a lot of time. It will take the focus and concentration many people spend entire portions of their life trying to find.
Just trying to study and learn these things mastering either one of these can take a lifetime of trial and training.
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The abominable snowman, or yeti, is a legendary beast from around the himalayas. A monster of mythic proportions and stature, measuring up to 8 ft tall. The casting of footprints that have been found tell of a giant, a beast that hunts in the snow and powers through arctic winds to assault his victims. But, what else is there. To find the answers to that and many other questions, we can look towards movies. Movies like Monsters Inc have glorified this beast for the amusement of children and grownups alike. Dealing with things the way that hollywood does, makes for a very interesting take on a rather disturbing creature. While other movies like "The Abominable Snowman (1957) tells us of a much different version of the beast. The aggressive and savage animal known to most of us, or anyone who has had the misfortune of coming across him or signs of him. While most of us go on with our lives, this creature has ripped through the himalayas on a dark and destructive path. While movies and stories have painted out this creature's life in a variety of ways, we may need to dive deeper to see what this beast is truly made of.
So what does this creature look like? When some people think of the abominable snowman they think of a large bipedal ape like creature, between 6 to 8ft tall. This is the basic look, but there is a problem. So far, no one has seen the abominable snowman. There have been stories and grainy pictures but so far no real proof. There is a small group of people that know about this entity. That group is the sherpas of the himalayas, and they have known about him for a long time. Sharing their own stories shows us just who close to danger they really are. From close encounters, to really close encounters such as seeing them from a distance and hearing something sneak up behind them and smell their hair. While all these are word of mouth, they are deeply ingrained in the culture.
The origins of the abominable snowman are not known, some people believe that their origins are extraterrestrial. The stories of the himalayan yeti range from an outcast wildman, to the missing link, but one thing is for sure, it is all over the history of the region.
The elders of the groups recalled terrifying stories that have been handed down through the generations of brutal attacks on anyone that came close to the beast.
The stories predate buddahist religious beliefs of this creature. The creature has been linked to bigfoot and the skunk ape.
Many of these hairy bipedal creatures are looked at as the same thing, because they are very similar to each other.
It was once stated that they may be part of a parallel dimension that found a portal here, and may have gotten stuck.
The first sightings can be recalled by elders but for us the first details of a himalayan creature came from expeditions to Nepal and Mount Everest itself.
According to H. Siiger the yeti was part of pre-buddahist beliefs. According to him the Lepacha people called it a “Glacier Being.”
The first recorded incident in the 19th century was by B. H. Hodgens, whose tale was recounted in a famous journal, about his trip to Nepal.
As the story grew the legend quickly did too. Hodgens stated that he saw a giant bipedal creature completely covered in hair.
In 1899, another story came out about an explorer in the tibetan region that found footprints of enormous size that he thought may have been by a very large bear.
There have been many stories since then that have circulated telling of large footprints found around Mt. Everest.
Though physical proof is hardly evident. With the turn of the centuries cameras have become an everyday part of life, that is where we have got a ton of photographic evidence, and it's on the rise.
So if you ever decide that you want to come face to face with one of these giants, then it's time to plan a trip. While most of these places are cold and foriegn they are your most likely chances to find him.
First, Nepal. There have been many reports of seeing the yeti here. If you are up for scouting and significant amounts of searching then this is your destination.
Second, Mt. Everest. While most people dread hiking even a little bit, this is the mother of all hikes. However, if you want to get up close and personal with the beast, then this is your best option.
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