Cryokinesis Training- How to Get Ice Powers
Cryokinesis is loosely called having ice powers. If you go in the depths of the word, then Cryo can be broken down into two parts, cryo means ‘the involvement or production of cold’ and kinesis of course means ‘movement’.
Therefore the Cryo power means the ability to produce ice through manipulation and control of matter. Often when people ask how to get ice powers, it is to be understood that for this one has to learn cryo and this start with the very initial training.
Today, I will give you a brief introduction to Cryokinesis training, helping you get geared up about this.
When we say Cryokinesis training, we are of course talking about ice, and low temperatures. So the first step for anyone wanting to learn Cryokinesis would be to acclimatize themselves to cool environment and to be able to tolerate it. As much as your body is accustomed to cold, you will be able to perform Cryokinesis as better. To help achieve this level of acclimatization, it is necessary that you dapple in activities related to cold. Like playing with snow, playing with cold waters as you shower or visit a lake or a waterfall if there is one nearby. Basically make yourself used to the lower side of temperatures.
Another thing you should be able to do is maintain contact with chilled objects, or frozen water because that is what you will be working with. Start by holding frozen cube in your hand for as long as you can tolerate, gradually increase this time till until your hand hurts or tingles a little but you must still keep holding it. Increase this time, making sure you do not hurt yourself in the process. You might start from minutes but by and by you will be able to hold it until it melts entirely.
Once you have become used to the cold, sit in a low temperature place and meditate for about 15–20 minutes. Imagine that the cool around you is seeping into your body and spreading all along as the blood flows. In your mind you will be an object harboring the frozen energy. Now dip your hand in a bowl of water and allow yourself to appreciate the feel of the liquid around your fingers. As you feel the water touching your fingers, concentrate on the composition of liquid conjuring up an image of the water molecules moving slightly. Now slowly focus your energy in making these molecules and atoms to stop moving. Imagine as though the cold energy from within you is seeping into the bowl, surrounding the molecules and making them slow down in there movement until they stop completely.
When the molecules stop completely, this will be when the liquid is frozen. Keep practicing this and you will be able to see results soon.
Cryokinesis training just like all other forms of learning gets perfected with time and practice. So work at it and once you are comfortable with this, I will teach about manipulating ice just by your will in next tutorials.
Originally published at dotelekinesis.com on January 30, 2016.