Translocation through Diving

This technique is identical to passing through walls with the only difference being that instead of a wall – which may not always be available – the practitioner will use the floor or the ground. The practitioner must dive headfirst with the eyes shut and have complete confidence that the required location is underneath the solid surface. The ability to pass through solid objects is, naturally, also required.

A practitioner may dive through the floor or the ground, and also into any flat horizontal surface: a table, a chair, a bed, and so forth.

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