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The combining form -kinesis, from Greek κίνησις, "movement, motion," denotes movement, being the suffix form of the word kinesis.

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There are many different sites on types of Kinesis, quite a few claiming they can teach you how to learn one of the skills. Whether you believe in it or not is entirely up to you, since it is highly controversial whether any form of Kinesis exists or not.

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