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MentalMagic asks on January 8, 2005, 3:45pm:

What is the best way to shield your psi ball? What should I visualize? Sometimes I have problems and they just disperse

And is it possible to remove headaches and pains with psi balls?

SunTzu replies on March 7, 2005, 10:59am:

If by 'shield' you mean contain your psi-ball so that it does not disperse, this article can help you for the visualizations: art-the-shelling-guide.html

Yes, in fact, Annie wrote an article on the subject: art-healing-manual.html

*_# TZ_

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captonm113 asks on March 2, 2005, 3:51pm:

My questions are, how long should you practice making psi-balls before trying to shell or program it? And also, can you make a psi-ball with just one hand? Just wondering.

SunTzu replies on March 6, 2005, 11:35am:

The answer to your first question is 'until you feel comfortable enough'. Everyone is different and learns at a different rate, whenever you feel that you can start programming, go ahead and give it a try. What is the worst that could happen? It doesn't program right? It is not as if this is a life or death decision, just go ahead and give it a try. If it works, great! If it doesn't work, practice some more and give it time.

Yes, you can make a psiball with one hand. In fact, you don't even need your hands to make a psiball.

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ravemaster4444 asks on March 2, 2005, 10:15pm:

how can you tell when the psi ball is in your hands ( if thats where you want it)

SunTzu replies on March 5, 2005, 10:49am:


qna.html#view=1&viewid=1676 broken

qna.html#view=1&viewid=470 broken

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s90022 asks on March 1, 2005, 5:29am:

What is the best use for a psi ball once you have mastered them?

SunTzu replies on March 2, 2005, 10:51am:

That is completely up to you. After you have amde a psi-ball, what it's purpose is is for you to decide. Some people use them for cooling certain areas, others for heating certain areas, some to make them visible (more for the "I made it visible" factor than for light), some use them for healing. There are a vast number of uses for simple constructs, and what you decide to do with them is up to you.

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casper2 asks on March 1, 2005, 4:15pm:

I im pretty positive, but not sure so:
1)Can we "bend" light with psiballs.
2)Did someone allready do it?

SunTzu replies on March 1, 2005, 11:40pm:

1) Some people argue that that is what 'flaring' is, however it is not my personal view. I have seen no evidence as to the bending theory, and much more to the 'emitting light' theory.
2) A number of people can flare psi-balls, and you can too if you practice diligently enough.

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psiBoy12 asks on February 16, 2005, 3:25pm:

How do you keep a Psi-Ball from like dying right when you let it out of Your hand? Like a cover around it to keep it intact?

SunTzu replies on February 28, 2005, 11:30am:

Actually, that's exactly the idea, if I may direct you to the article in the Manipulation section called "shelling"
The idea is that it is a dense layer of energy around the psi-ball programmed not to let the psi-ball fall apart, or just programming the entire ball to last longer (some time-frame).

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MyShilohMy asks on February 24, 2005, 4:21pm:

Since everyone can form a psiball, and you can choose where the psi ball will be, does that mean you can get a group of people together to form a giant psi ball?

SunTzu replies on February 27, 2005, 7:05pm:

Yes, and it has been done. (PsiPog hosted a psi-ball flaring party a while ago in which several users got together to make one psiball and flare it).

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Block_Head asks on February 21, 2005, 11:37pm:

I was wondering about when constructs are flared.
1) How bright is it?
2) Does it light up the room like a flashlight or does it glow like one of those glowsticks?
3) Is it possible to put other commands into the psiball at the same time as the flare command(like have it glow and serve a purpose)?
4) After you finish making the construct and put the shell around it can you still change the programming or is it permanent?
5) Have you ever thought of making a flared construct in the form of a halo, telling it to float above your head, and than walking through a church.(In other words, have you ever used a visible construct to mess with someone like scaring them)

SunTzu replies on February 22, 2005, 8:52pm:

1 - Not very bright, the ones I have flared have been visible if the lights are out but fairly un-noticable once the lights are on.
2 - I have glowsticks and flashlights about my place, and both are significantly brighter than a flared construct.
3 - Yes
4 - You can still change the programming, just don't forget to shell it again (I re-shell and it works well for me, but some other don't that that works for them *shrug*)
5 - Thought of? Actually, no... but if you can do that, more power to you.

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Vanilla_Cupcake asks on February 22, 2005, 7:17pm:

When I am making a psi ball what position should I be in(sitting, standing, lying, ect.)

Thank you for the help

SunTzu replies on February 22, 2005, 8:47pm:

Any of the above can work, and I've manipulated energy in any of those positions.
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MHR_75 asks on February 11, 2005, 10:36am:

My question is about a part of the Psi Ball Visibility Summary (art-psiball-faq.html#visib9). If someone else can't see your Psi Ball, then how do you know that your not imagining it?

SunTzu replies on February 16, 2005, 9:41am:

Psi-balls are not always visible (in fact, most of the time, they are not visible at all). However, you can still feel the effects of a psi-ball after you have made one, and so can other people. For instance have you felt a hot/cold sensation? Have you felt a "magnetic" attractive/repulsive force?

One of the easiest ways to see if you have created a psi-ball is to have another person feel it, and see if they feel anything 'weird' or 'out of the ordinary' and then ask them what they have felt. If you have successfully made a psi-ball, they will tell you that they felt either a hot/cold or magnetic feeling, as well as some of the other things in that very article you linked to. ( art-psiball-faq.html#feeli3 )

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