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Directional Influence of a Water Stream
Hydrokinesis is defined as the psychokinetic ability to influence the flow of liquids via either mental influence or an experients own natural electric or electromagnetic fields, primarily in the hands.
Many types of experiments and exercises have been developed for experients of hydrokinetic phenomena. In this particular exercise, an experient will need to regulate a water tap to allow a thin stream fall through a distance of at least 6 inches, preferably more.
This can be achieved by adjusting the flow from an ordinary water faucet. Experients may have better success using a kitchen sink rather than a bathroom sink as kitchen sinks typically have more depth.
Experients should adjust the water tap to deliver a stream of water that is as thin as possible, but they should also make sure the flow is not discontinuous. The experient should then bring their hand towards the stream.
The experient should hold their hand as close as possible without touching the stream. If enough charge is produced, a reaction will occur. The experient should notice a repulsive reaction in the water stream in which the stream will appear to shift away from their hand in the same or similar regard as an electrical stimulation shifts a stream.
Over time, the experient should be encouraged to influence a stream of increased thickness of flow or an increase in the repulsion of a thinner stream.
(Adapted from the paper "Manual of Hydrokinesis: Applications, Experimentation, and Measurement” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)