Hello, fellow members!
I have been a silent reader for a quite amount of time and read through all topics and had many theoretical thoughts about psionics. A main problem for me so far was to actually "invest" practical time (which is the A and O) into this kind of stuff, for one, because I have had many doubts that this actually works and had the fear of wasting my time and because I wasn't quite sure how to start.
Since a while I have been studying a lot of philosophical ideas, ranging from plato 'till many philosophies from the age of Enlightenment. This is where I learned about the philosopher "Kant" and started studying his works; Later I read a few magic theories based on Kants theory, which made a lot of sense and don't just build up on speculation. Because my English is horrible, it's nearly impossible to me to describe any ideas of Kant and how it goes well with the ideas of magick and psionics. I'm from Germany and so I literally have no idea how to translate Kant words in proper English without destroying the meaning. Anyone who ever read Kant, knows that he's not that kind of literature you see every day. It took me a long time to fully understand his words and I needed to have 2-3 books + explanations to several things to what Kant have said.
My problem however isn't Kant. The theoretical concept is clear to me, since a while. The problem is the practical part with psionics
From what I understand of Psi so far:
- Psi is something that alters information to alter where (physical) energy will be to do psychokinesis. Where (physical) energy will be is statistical, in the sense of it being in a certain time, space and state. -- There is probability tacked on it. So, if I want to do "telekinesis", I would manipulate the probable location of physical energy. At least that's what I think how it works.
Now, from what I know, Psi is not something that can be physically measured (except for the physical effects caused by this unknown force), so consequently it has to be something that it is outside of space and time respectively is beyond these both pure forms of intuition. (Kant calls them like that)
In practice, I would, if I were to use psi in telekinesis, do the following:
1. I gather information from the target object to "reconstruct" it in my mind, including the action (moving forward).
2. I kind of funnel all of that information and try to hold it
3. This funneled information kinda acts as an intentional aspect. So, a part of me, that is not my brain, holds that funneled information.
4. Then I wait for feedback of result and associate an internal experience with feedback so that when you consciously want to do it, you just reach for those states of experience.
So, if I were to answer the question how one would manipulate the probable location of the physical energy in order to move an object without using any physical vehicle (hands, feet, etc.), my answer would be: Having the intention which teleologically describes the state. And this is done by matching internal experience with clear feedback of result. If I'm wrong on this, please correct.
Ok, so how exactly would this look like in practice? From so what I understand I would make a kind of copy of the action I want to reach in my "soul" (or whatever name for it), so my soul itself represents those state of affairs, like that a part of me, in essence, becomes that state, right?
I know, it's hard describing intuitive forms of knowledge (like how it actually "feels" when moving an object by telekinesis), but it would be nice if some could find a way to explain it.