Aerokinesis, or Airbending is a term for controling gas molecules with chi.
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Meditate, and meditate a lot. Performing psychokinesis stretches the limits of your mind exponentially. If you do not meditate enough, you will get headaches, migranes, or in the worst case pass out.
It is best to be in fresh air while doing aerokinesis. Pollution effects all forms of psychokinesis because the more oxygen that gets to your brain the better, but it effects aerokinesis the most because it can "confuse your chi". The more crap that is in the air, the worse your aerokinesis will be.
Start out by building up chi in your hands. Instead of using some darastic movement to fire chi from your hands, you are going to slowly move your hands, and slowly "radiate" the chi from your palms in a very delicate way. Feel the air around you, and realize what it is like to move your hands through the air. Realize that we are constantly moving THROUGH the air, and the air does not make space for us to move through. Feel the air merging with your chi, and becoming one with it. Feel like you can control the air as easily as you can control your own chi. Feel the air becoming your chi.
You will know once you connect with the air, because you will feel something strange. At this point, you can move the air just as you would move your chi, but keep in mind that you need to not lose the feeling of the air being one with your chi. Realize that whenever air moves, more air has to move to take its place. You will feel something like this when you move the air around.
This technique is very powerful when mastered. It involves using Technique 1- Gust, to cause an earthbound perimeter of air to explode outwards.
Do everything you do in Gust, but instead of launching it randomly you will want to launch it at the ground. Make sure the ground you do this on is flat, or else it will make this technique weaker. As you are about to launch the air at the ground, feel a magnetic resistance-like pressure build up between the air you control and the ground. This will build up additional energy for an optimal effect.
This is a simple technique that utilizes the previous "Air Control" technique, to create a gust of wind. Start out by gaining control of the air with the previous "Air Control" technique. Once you have control of the air, play with it a bit. Get the feel for how the air moves in correlation to your hand and chi. When you feel you are ready, you are going to perform a simple movement that will build up enough power for you to create a gust of wind, such as spinning your whole body around, moving your hands in a circle, pulling your hands back in preparation to launch them foward, etc. When you have done a dynamic movement to build up energy, immediately launch your hands outwards, and feel your chi pushing the air away from your hand. When the air has left your hand, you might find that the air around you moves a bit. This is because whenever air moves, more air needs to replace it. This will make an effect of not just one gust, but two. Anything in the line of fire of your air techniques may be moved a second time after the initial impact of the air you launched.