|Classification||Ninjutsu, Hiden Jutsu|
|Class||Offensive, Defensive, Supplementary|
|Hand seals||Hands clapped together|
Telekinesis has many applications; A telekinetic pull can be conjured that can cause a material body to draw close to the caster. The greater the user's aptitude with this, the heavier the object that could be pulled or the more wide arc or radius of the chakra "wave". It could be used to pull weapons from enemies, or, at higher levels of skill, the enemies themselves to be brought closer to Minako's range. This power is also very useful when a chasm or hole lay between the caster and the enemies. It can be used to pull foes to the ground. One of the most (if not the most) powerful uses of the pull ability was when Minako, with great effort, managed to pull a falling Chibaku Tensei orb, turn it, and send it crashing into the ground below, saving her comrades.
A telekinetic push is the ability to create a telekinetic impulse via chakra, launching a concussive burst of pressurized air-not unlike the blast of an archaic 'pipe bomb'-that will impact a target with enough force to knock it over, launch it into the air, or even (particularly in the case of fragile materials such as ceramics) shatter it into pieces. The greater the user's telekinetic aptitude, the larger the pressure differential, and thus the stronger the effect and the heavier the target. With practice, Minako increased the range and arc of the blast without lowering the average kinetic energy, creating a blanketed wave instead of a focused impulse. Minako can also generate a concussive blast that would radiate from her for dozens of meters in all directions, detonating with the force of a conventional explosive.
This usage is an effective tool for keeping enemies at a distance. A well-aimed push can send the target crashing into a nearby wall or other obstruction, resulting in bludgeoning damage and possible disorientation or blackout. Particularly ruthless usages of this application would use a well-timed push to send Minako's enemies tumbling off penthouse balconies or into deep chasms. Aditionally, with immense time and focus, a push can be used to kill their opponents. Beyond offense, this power has many utilitarian applications, such as activating a computer that would ordinarily have been out of reach, or pulverizing heavy debris and other obstructions too large to remove without specialized equipment.