The ability to control and move objects by means of the mind only, without any physical contact. It is a concept in parapsychology. `Telekinesis` is the term usually used by spiritualists to...
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Psychokinesia ... 1. The influence of mind upon matter, as the use of mental 'power' to move or distort an object. ... 2. Impulsive behaviour. ... Origin: psycho-+ G. Kinesis, movement ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(si″ko-kĭ-ne´sis) the postulated production or alteration of motion by directed thought processes.
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in parapsychology, the action of mind on matter, in which objects are caused to move or change as a result of mental concentration upon them. The ...
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psychokinesis, psychokinesia 1. Explosive or impulsive maniacal action caused by defective inhibition; considered by some to be the basis of impulse disorders. 2. The influence of mind upon matter, as the use of mental 'power' to move or distort an object. 3. In para psychology, claimed or alleged influence exerted on a physical object by a subje
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psychokinesis, movement or deformation of a physical object by thought or willpower along (i.e., without the application of physical force). Telekinesis (sometimes abbreviated TK), an older term for psychokinesis (sometimes abbreviated PK), was first used by the German-Russian psychical researcher A...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sī′kō-ki-nē′sis, -nē′zē-ă Definitions: 1. The influence of mind on matter, as the use of mental 'power' to move or distort an object. 2. Impulsive behavior.
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Psychokinesis (from the Greek ψυχή, "psyche", meaning mind, soul, heart, or breath; and κίνησις, "kinesis", meaning motion, movement; literally "mind-movement"), also referred to as telekinesis (Greek τῆλε + κίνησις, literally "distant-movement") with respect to strictly describing movement of matter, sometimes abbre...
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paranormal ability of the mind to influence matter or energy at a distance.
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