We’re dealing with an actual existing “butterfly effect” here.
The “Newton’s cradle” desktop toy demonstrates how this is done. A force will travel through matter with no visible movement on the surface, then it will explode in the other end.
Anything in the world can be made to do the same thing. Electrons moving in an electric cable are rather slow – they travel maybe one meter per second. Yet when the power is turned on in the power plant, electric current is received many miles away. It’s the force that travels through electrons, not the electrons themselves that move all that distance.
There’s also the “snowball effect”, push a small snowball downhill, and it will grow bigger and bigger.
Imagine yourself standing at the top of that hill. You are the butterfly whose flapping of the wings will start the storm in distant lands. Your single thought can make a snowball start rolling downhill. One thought, made of physical matter, can create a force that will travel silently through any kind of matter, and the effect can grow endlessly powerful.
In a game of pool, one ball is used to deliver force and create the desired effect in the surrounding balls. You just have to aim carefully.
Most people are unaware. They do not know that they already have the ability to change anything.