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Friday, January 1, 2100 @ 6:31 AM
First of all, you need to understand what waterbending is. Waterbending is the manipulation of liquid, mainly water. H2O, or Water, is a very basic organic solvent, making it the easiest of liquids to bend. It is also very easy to bend other organic solvents such as Ethanol, etc. But water is the most practical, as it is the easiest to come by. Most practical waterbending techniques involve a fluid and constant movement. Levitating and holding a mass of water in the air for longer periods of time is extremely difficult to do, and it is usually hard to come by a waterbender that can do this effectively.
Chi is needed for bending any element. It is the energy that our body utilizes to allows us to live. It travels along neuronic pathways throughout our body, the central pathway being the vertebrae. Chi is the energy that keeps our heart beating. It allows us to run, breath, and do any other bodily activity. But what most people dont know, is that chi also allows us to bend! Before you can start bending you need to strengthen your chi. Right now, your chi is only strong enough to do the things you do everyday, but after you are through with your training, your chi will be strong enough to bend the elements.
Telekinesis is also needed for most bending techniques. Telekinesis is the act of moving an object with your mind. Raw telekineis is very difficult, and is more difficult than any bending you will do. It is the mixture of telekinesis and chi that allows us to bend. Bending is more practical than telekineis. With telekinesis, you have to sit and meditate for long periods of time, and then end with a drawn out attempt to move an object. If you combine telekinesis and chi, you get bending, which is much easier than raw telekinesis. What most people dont know, is that telekinesis does in fact utilize chi. But it uses chi in a different method than what you would use chi for in regular chi techniques. It relies on your sense of touch. Basically all telekinesis is, is feeling something happening. When you feel an object moving, your brain is telling your hand to move it, but you are not allowing it to move. Your chi activates to move your hand, but your hand itself is not moving. The energy then causes the object to move. You are not accessing your chi directly with this technique, so it is much easier to use chi and telekinesis at the same time, than to use two chi techniques at the same time.
Now that you know how bending works, its time to start it!. Read the next section for your first instruction on how to get started with bending.