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aamir71 asks on January 24, 2004, 8:19pm:

My question is that what Psi balls can do in whole. I am Usui reiki master. And in one mansul i have read about making reiki energy balls and sending to those who needs healing.
So Reiki can also be sent to future or past. so Using Reiki energy ball does it possible to send it future.
Aamir Nawaz

Rainsong replies on January 25, 2004, 5:58pm:

Yes, that can be done. Admittedly, psiballs are usually just used as elementary construct exercises and cat toys, but they can be used for other purposes, if you feel like it.

jray1011 asks on January 24, 2004, 3:56pm:

IF you create a PsiBall that is powerfull enough, can you control the weather?

Yumper replies on January 25, 2004, 8:48am:


gabriel asks on January 22, 2004, 7:08am:

hi again,
i was practicing hot and cold Psiballs on a digital thermometer and at one point i was trying to make a cold psiball and the thermometer turned off by itself. DO you have any idea what that may mean?

Rainsong replies on January 22, 2004, 7:26pm:

Check the details for the thermometer. Presumably it is a digital one, because you say it "turned off". Some of them turn off automatically after a certain period of time. If you can't turn it on again, you might have fluffed up its inner workings by running too much psi through or near it, though.

Chary asks on January 19, 2004, 1:13am:

Is it possible to make a shield that will make you telepathic, or empathic, or something?

Rainsong replies on January 19, 2004, 7:28pm:

Doubtful. However, you _can_ make a shield that amplifies the incoming signals. For many people, that would amount to the same thing. Be sure to make the first one of very limited duration, though; it hits harder than you expect.

player_800 asks on January 16, 2004, 8:06am:

I'm a beginner and i was just wondering, is it possible to create a psi ball using only one hand? if you can make it from your "third eye" i don't see why one hand would be too much trouble

Rainsong replies on January 16, 2004, 9:53pm:

It is indeed possible to make a psiball in one hand, as Peebrain states clearly in his basic Psiball article. Belief in chakras of any kind, third-eye or otherwise, is not required for psionics.

Tefnakt asks on January 1, 2004, 1:26pm:

I've heard something about psi-wards. In "Fire and Ice" article they are referred as a kind of barrier, however I haven't found it at any shield article. What are exactly psi-wards?

Rainsong replies on January 14, 2004, 1:13am:

Wards are similar to Shields. In some communities, Wards are Shields that remain in one place, while regular shields move with the object/person being defended. In some communities, a Ward is simply a very strong Shield. In still others, a Ward is a Shield set a specific way, or even a different kind of defense. In "Fire and Ice", considering that I wrote the essay in question, I can safely say that the "ward" in question was of the first variety.

Darwin asks on January 13, 2004, 10:46am:

I couldn't find a construct section, so i figured I should put this question here. Anyway, I was wondering: would it be possible to program a construct with the strength/ complexity of a skateboard or something of the sort? What I mean is, could you program a part of a construct to be "absolute" while having other parts of the construct attached to be moving (like wheels) and still have the construct hold together Hope someone can answer this. Thanks.

Rainsong replies on January 14, 2004, 12:55am:

If you want to actually stand on it, you'll need some pretty serious PK programmed into it. Other than that, a skateboard-type construct is not very difficult.

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aamir71 asks on January 9, 2004, 7:28pm:

For what purposes psi balls can be created?

Peebrain replies on January 12, 2004, 1:06pm:

Usually people start off with them 1. because they're pretty simple compared to other skills, and 2. they exercise the foundation of most psionic skills: manipulating, and perceiving psi. Psi balls are a specific type of construct - and constructs are used for all sorts of things. If you want some fun things you can do with your psi balls without learning new skills, check out Rainsong's article: art-fun-with-psiballs.html

Browser545 asks on January 8, 2004, 10:08am:

Ok, I am very confident that I can make a psi ball. I have read up in the articles and have confirmed everything that I feel when I make a psi ball is just like you tell us how it would feel.

The question I'm asking is can other people feel the psi ball without any training? I have passed a psi ball through a few people and have got no results. But I did found one article on this website stating the opposite (can't seem to find it, I believe it was done by Peebrain. He said his mother was in the kitchen and he flew a psi ball through her, and She reacted by asking if anyone felt something. I believe it went something like that...)

Would you have to program the psi ball to catch the person's attention? I don't remember the article well, but it was just something that confused me ever since I started practicing with psi balls.

Peebrain replies on January 12, 2004, 1:03pm:

Actually, it was in a car ride. I held the psi ball out with my palm and she put her hand on top of it, and said she felt something (followed by a sigh from my dad, upset that she was encouraging me Smile). Other than that, I haven't experimented with other random people feeling them. I already feel a little crazy from practicing, let alone asking a stranger to grab at the invisible ball in my hand Smile.

In the case with my mother, I didn't program the psi ball to do anything other than "be a round psi ball".

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gabriel asks on January 11, 2004, 4:51am:

i have been practicing psi balls for about 3 weeks and i still don't know if i am making them. In other articles and answered questions people see (when makeing a psi ball)small sparkles, lines etc. Though i am always seeing them i have been since 7th grade or erlier, i still don't know or didn't know what to make of them until i read your artilcles, i am hopeing you could possibly provide me with an answer perhaps it is something common to everyone or not. Also when i practice psi balls i feel like a repel between my hands and it reminds me of the times were i used to make objects out of possibly psi when i was younger.
please give me your thoughts on this. Thank you.

Peebrain replies on January 12, 2004, 12:59pm:

It sounds like you're making them to me. If you can see them, then they are probably there. (Maybe try getting a friend to see them, too?). If you feel repelling, that's usually a good sign. What makes you so unsure that you aren't doing them? You can see and feel them... what else do you want? Heh.

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