It is recommended that you finish either the "Advanced Introduction to Psionics" or the "Introduction to Psionics" courses before starting this course. The purpose of this course is to tell you about which kinds of habits successful psionic practitioners tend to have.
This course is a more advanced treatment of the beginners material for eager new practitioners. You should start here if you are new and want a more advanced introduction. This course is textual in nature (non-exercise), and helps you decide whether Psionics is for you or not.
Controlling your thought processes is an essential aspect of Psionics. This practical practice regimen helps you develop your thought skills before advancing to more complicated concepts such as telekinesis or telepathy.
Having good visualization skills is essential in Psionics. This practical practice regimen helps you develop your visualization skills before advancing to more complicated concepts such as telekinesis or telepathy.
Our non-track area contains useful articles that do not fit into the usual "course" format.
This article discusses the brief definition of expectation, examples of being critical, psychic sheeps and goats, examples of expecting results while maintaining critical, psi-hitting, and the implications of using a purposefully uncritical view as a basis for gaining confidence.
This psychic article discusses what psi as a scientific field actually means, why you should practice, what a realistic experience is, practice precautions, and gives a brief talk about religious implications.