The hero saves the heroine and himself from imminent death by an act of willing the runaway car to come to a halt before plunging over the treacherous cliff.
Although this is rather over the top, curiosity strikes a chord in your mind with an interest to learn telekinesis.
Just because everyone pooh-poohs at its existence doesn't mean it retracts an ounce of reality.
So, how does one go about learning up this sort of thing? The internet is obviously a great source of information when it comes to normal and less than normal matters.
Numerous sites are bursting with information on the theory of telekinesis, whether it is worth a second glance or best left in the back burners.
Since no organization, journal or scientist of reputable standing is willing to stick their necks out to affirm the existence of telekinesis, it remains a grey cloud in the minds of most people.
Regardless, there is no lack in materials on how to learn telekinesis on your own.
As some schools of thought link telekinesis to emotions, a heightened sense of emotional experience is suggested as an important ingredient in seeing tangible results.
Others speculate that younger people are most receptive to positive outcome as they are purer in thought, less susceptible to distractions and interferences from the surrounding environment.
Whether you are supposed to exhibit extreme emotions or remain in calm composure, most advice the beginner to learn to focus on the object and associated action.
If nothing happens, as is expected, he is to just continue with his practices as part of the learning process.
Since one has to learn to walk before they can run, it's also advisable to start with small and light items with simple actions.
Lifting of cars and moving of buildings are perhaps too ambitious at this point in time.
It's also recommended the learner read up on the theory of telekinesis before attempting the practical part of it.
Other options include reading experiences of those who were successful in their attempts.