This is the first of two podcasts around whether people can influence objects without conventional methods, i.e., touching them. In this podcast, we discuss whether there is experimental evidence for the everyday experience of sensing someone looking at you. For example, when you turn around, there is someone there. We then discuss three main research areas, influencing a person’s attention, physical state, and lastly, we discuss dowsing. Overall, we discover there is a statistically significant experiment suggesting the phenomena are genuine.