How can you control fire?


This ability belongs to the Kinesis.


Associated skills:

Pyrokinesis, also known as firebending, is the ability to control fire and heat and let it arise. Some house and forest fires can be traced back to accidents with pyrokinesis. It's one of the most popular gravels, especially among beginners.

Pyrokinesis is the ability to accelerate the naturally occurring vibrations of atoms, thereby changing the temperature in a substance, and the conspicuity can reach the point of ignition if it is flammable. At a low level, you could move a candle back and forth. At a higher level, one could put out a flame or rekindle it with just the power of thought. Pyrokinesis is one of the more practiced powers like telekinesis. Firebending could be useful, especially for warming a person or object in an emergency. Some training methods are described below. Pyrokinesis is also known as heat manipulation or fire manipulation. Fire has a will and if you want to control an element you have to understand the element because it has a kind of consciousness of its own. Also, you don't have to meditate for hours to establish a connection, as just a little meditation will help you focus.

Fire is life-taming. Fire moves. I am one with fire. I am fire

Important! [Edit | Edit source]

Fire retains its wild nature in pyrokinesis. That said, mistakes could occur in improperly practicing pyrokinesis, which could be quite risky. So be careful not to accidentally set someone or something on fire.

Never look directly into the yellow when there is a flame, as this will damage the retina! Better to look into the blue part of the flame.

Training [edit | Edit source]

Exercise 1: Delete matches [Edit | Edit source]

This exercise is probably the earliest way to get effects. Therefore, it is great for beginners, but also just as useful for advanced users, as the exercise can be expanded.

BASIC EXERCISE: Light a couple of matches and let them burn down as close to your hand as possible. Watch exactly how the flame moves and memorize the exact moment what it looks like when it goes out and the smoke rises. Your best bet is to feel what it would be like to be the flame and what it would feel like to go out. This allows you to automatically establish a connection to the fire, which will make practicing pyrokinesis much easier. Next, you open the other hand and slowly close it. Meanwhile you imagine the flame slowly disappearing. You can visualize this, for example, by imagining that there is an energy envelope around the flame, which you compress until the flame suffocates and disappears. The goal is to smother the flame as soon as possible before the match burns down.

EXTENSION: You can create a lot of variations yourself. While you build up more "strength" with the following exercises, you can use the variations to improve your precision and perfect your accuracy. Examples of this would be: using larger matches, extinguishing several at once, alternating slow and fast extinguishing, in combination with the following exercises let the flame grow again shortly before extinguishing, holding the match crooked (burns much faster)

Exercise 2: Let the flame breathe [edit | Edit source]

Focus on your breath and the candle. Imagine the flame breathing with you. When inhaled, it gets more oxygen and grows. When you exhale, it shrinks like your chest. The exercise is relatively simple, so you should see results soon.

Exercise 3: Move the flame [edit | Edit source]

First meditate a little and then look at the flame. Visualize the molecules and atoms dancing and swirling in the flame full of energy. Focus on that and then ask the flame to grow larger or mentally push it aside.

Exercise 4: Extinguishing a candle [edit | Edit source]

Concentrate on the flame and imagine how you slow down the movement of the molecules and thus slowly extinguish the flame. Many will find at the beginning that the flame can be reduced slightly, but cannot be extinguished completely. The principle is the same as in exercise 1. All you have to do is put yourself in the shoes of the flame and imagine it will go out. See the flame as a living being. It can help ask the flame to go.

Exercise 5: light a candle [edit | Edit source]

Lighting a candle with just the power of thought is the hardest. There is a trick to start: light the tealight normally and then blow out the flame. Now the wick will glow for a few seconds. Imagine how the movement in the wick increases as you add energy to it. If this is strong enough, the wick will ignite. But be careful, we've already wasted a lot of tea lights here. At the beginning you fail to ignite the wick. However, there is enough energy to keep the wick glowing. As a result, the wick burns up within about 20 seconds and the tea light is then worthless. If you have managed to re-ignite a glowing wick, you can start the task of lighting a candle that has been extinguished with the power of thought. Also works: Imagine the wick, which consists of many thousands of swirling points. As you do this, visualize them moving faster and faster and feel the particles getting warmer and warmer until they glow like little hot suns. If the dots seem very bright, bring some of the concentration back to the entire wick while still seeing and feeling the fast-moving particles. Imagine how now the whole wick gets hot and starts to glow. Then visualize how the wick turns into a flame. Alternatively, you can visualize a ray from your third eye that causes the wick and the particles in it to move. If the particles are called enough, the flame ignites.

Exercise 7: create a fireball [edit | Edit source]

A fireball doesn't necessarily require real swirling fire in your hands. Even warmth can count as fire. In doing so, fire energy is formed into a ball. It is easier if you first have a PSI ball and then let fire energy flow into the interior. You can also throw this fire energy in the form of the ball if you put an outer solid cover around the ball. There may be a possibility of fireball, but only advanced or professional players should deal with it. Here are the instructions, which are controversial because the fire needs a focal point (e.g. candle wick, wood, etc.). So it's up to you whether you believe in it or not. Make a PSI ball, then draw the fire in. Progress is when the flame grows larger and moves toward your hand. Even if it gets warm inside your hand. Attention !: Make sure to put a protective cover around the PSI Ball that separates your hand from the fire! You can get burned easily!