from the Greek Plesio (close, near to); and "kinesis", meaning motion, movement; literally "mind-movement")
1. Using the Mind or Mental Powers in order to affect the one's own body's motions in a skill, motion, attack, or simply way of moving that the Mind normally cannot control, evoke, or cause into action
2. Using the Mind to move one's own body through air, space, water, or another medium of surrounding environments
Lisa was a Plesiokinetic and was able to float at a rate of nearly ten feet per second with perfect manuverability.
Jonathan has the ability to use dance ballet just from reading a manual outlining the physical motions due to his nature of being a Plesiokinetic.
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