Essential Skills for Everyday Psions

Essential Skills for Everyday Psions

In psionics there are many techniques, skills, and patterns.  But for the beginner as well as the experienced psion, not every skill is used daily.  Many of use stick to a few skills at a time, or switch for one reason or another.  When it comes down to it though, there are some skills that most psions should definitely learn to help themselves in everyday life.  I will be talking about these skills, what they do, how they work, and what makes them so necessary for psions to learn.

The first skill I want to talk about is one in which you can get your subconscious to wake you up at any set time.  To do this, you can visualize the time you want to wake up right before bed.  I would recommend visualizing the time and saying to your self something along the line of ?I want to get up at this time? a few times over. As long as you picture the time you are looking for and in some way affirm the time you plan to wake, everything should be fine.

Make sure that the time you choose is logical, if it's too early your subconscious might not wake you up.  If you did it right you should get up at the time you thought of, without an alarm. Keep in mind that this might not always work though. If you are too tired when you sleep, your subconscious will take your health to be a higher priority then being on time. How serious the matter is can also effect the results you get. If you have a job interview you cannot afford to miss, your sub-c will more then likely try to wake you. Of course, in important events like job interviews, I more then recommend using a physical alarm.

This is very useful for people who don't have an alarm and need to get up at a certain time.  Someone I knew used this same technique to wake up at 2 am when they went to bed at 10pm to work on a lucid dreaming technique.  So, this technique is very, very useful for helping you out with other skills.  After using this technique for many years I have noticed some problems, like if I was too tired and really needed the sleep my sub-c would just ignore my request.  I'm not sure if anyone else has problems like that but, it's not something I think most people should worry about.

The second skill that some of you already know about, is a form of BioPK (Bio Psychokineses or Bio Telekinesis) that heats up or cools your body down.  To do this skill one needs a basic understanding and experience with psi, but I would expect just about everyone to be able to use this skill.  To use, just draw psi in your body, concentrate it in your chest and radiate heat or cold out to the rest of your body.  If done correctly, you will feel less cold or hot around your whole body.  Though this psychokinetic technique is useful, keep in mind that it is not powerful.

If it's -5 outside, go for the coat, because this technique is no where near as powerful enough to shield people from the elements.  Think of it, as just icing on the cake, nothing but a little extra that can make the weather feel just a little bit better.  That doesn't mean one can't make this into a powerful skill, all you need is a little practice.

The third skill is also based on BioPK and is sort of a healing technique.  To do this all, you need to do is focus on your hand and imagine as vividly as possible, your hand in a bucket of frozen water.  Try to imagine every thing as best as possible until your hand feels numb.  Once you get good at this, you can touch other body parts and ?transfer? this same numbness for a convenient painkiller. The better you can focus and move mass amounts of psi the better this skill will get. However I have never achieved anything as great as good as anything over the country at the local grocery store. After a few months of training I was able to stop some tooth pain and minor headaches. A migraine or a punch in the face would be laughable to try and stop.

This skill is very efficient when practiced often, I once used it on someone and they were amazed how their pain stopped instantly.  It was about a month of training that I had gone through prior to the event, but nonetheless it is a great example of how this skill can be used.

The fourth and final skill is a subconscious based skill.

This one takes a little bit of skill, but it is worth every bit work.  To use this skill, one must have a good ability to communicate with their sub-c. I would recommend at least a week to two weeks experience depending on the person.

Once you have achieved some proficiency we can start of the technique.  The goal is to use your sub-c as a sort of personal assistant, getting it to remind you of important things, and make sure important things get memorized.  The trick is to find some way of getting your sub-c to do the above mentioned things.  This can be achieved using multiple methods, such as visualizing everything you learn or just plainly asking your sub-c to help you out with some things.  I often ask ?Hey sub-c, remind me that I have a project due on...? But as with most skill this has many problems. One big problem is that it will not give you your messages on time. You might get a message and have just enough time to get done what ever it was you were trying to remember. Unskilled psions might fool themselves into thinking this works if they have had little experience with communicating with the subconscious.

All I can say is that problems will vary for everyone, and that writing everything down is one of the surefire ways of trying to remind yourself of things. Basically, don't try having your sub-c take care of everything, otherwise you risk forgetting important things. 1 or 2 items is fine as long as the things are not over 2 weeks in length. Otherwise then you might forget to ask your sub-c what it was you were trying to remember.

As with most psionic skills, these require practice, practice, and more practice for them to become better.  With useful skills like these, it is well worth the time and effort to use and practice these skills often.  They may not be as fancy as Telekinesis as making psiballs but they have a lot more practical uses for everyday life.

Thanks for reading!


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