Am I actually lifting earth while doing handstand pushups?
No actually it's nothing like that . It's just the gravitational force which is deceiving you . When you perform handstand push ups you are applying force (Normal force ) to lift yourself up or simply move your(body's) centre of mass away from the earth's surface . Visualise yourself( your body ) as a small shrapnel , and Earth as a huge magnet with immensely strong magnetic field . Now you can understand that it's not you who's attracting earth but it's the other way round . You too attract Earth (since you have mass) but not that strongly (as Earth does). Thank Sir Isaac Newton for this answer .
(If you still didn't get it then read and understand what Newton's First and Third Law's mean )
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