No luck. Now I have to keep going to TAFE and learning to do car air conditioning services like everyone else. For the record, even if I had developed telekinetic powers, I’d still have kept doing mechanic stuff…I’d just be doing it way cooler than everyone else. Lifting cars, fitting wheels, diagnosing problems, all using my brain. I’d be the best mechanic in Toowoomba purely on the strength of my mental powers. People would flock to me as a tourist attraction, which would be awesome for the local economy…but not anymore, because it was apparently all a lie. Lies, all of it. All those books, and I can barely even move a feather.
Maybe I should’ve been reading books about telekinesis…the knowledge entering my brain and eventually giving me the ability. But then, if that’s how things worked, I could just read a bunch of books about mechanics and they’d give me the power to control cars with my mind. And that definitely isn’t a thing, can confirm, otherwise I would’ve heard about people doing it.
I guess the only way to be a good at fixing cars is to just practice at being a mechanic. Toowoomba didn’t get its reputation from people with mechanical powers, after all.
As for getting better at telekinesis, there IS no way. If you can’t get it from a book, you can’t get it at all.