Telekinesis /noun / tel·e·ki·ne·sis
Have you ever wished you could move objects with your mind? If so, you are already thinking about telekinesis. Telekinesis is a word used in English that depicts the act of moving physical objects by sheer will with your mind.
Many people liken the power of telekinesis to magic and believe that it is a trait we can learn with practice, while others believe that the idea of telekinesis is not a genuine concept.
Scientists, researchers, and people who don't believe telekinesis is real are still researching the concept of psychically moving objects with thought alone. They are still trying to determine if this is a real or an imagined phenomenon.
In a Sentence
The spiritual practitioner believed he knew how to use the power of telekinesis to move objects with his mind and was teaching a class to a group of students at a mind, body, and spiritual retreat.
It would be great to have the power of telekinesis to save time on taking care of grocery shopping, cleaning, and other household chores.
Most people think telekinesis is a fairy tale or an imaginary superpower.
We derived the word telekinesis from a combination of Greek and English words. The English tele- with the Greek word for far movement, came together for the first time in the late 1800s.