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February 15, 2014

Building Your Own Symbol Set

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Building Your Own Symbol Set

Your goal as a psionic practitioner is to create a symbol (or symbols) which effectively communicate your intention.    You will work to build your own understanding of what common tasks within psionics “mean to you”.  Most psionics tasks involve conveying an intention to an object or situation. You need to decide what this means.

Exercise #1: Decide what “Conveying an Intention to an Object” Means

Sit in a quiet room and meditate for a period of about 15 minutes on what is required(in your mind) to convey an intention to an object.  People have been known to effectively be able to convey an intention using thought or action(such as arts, plays, or listening to certain music). This is expanded upon further in the psionics introductory guide.  When you are finished with the exercise, carefully note all of the thoughts and considerations in your journal.  If you don’t have any thoughts or considerations, keep trying the exercise for a few days.  What you want here is a laundry list of items.

Exercise #2: Decide what “Conveying an Intention Concerning a Situation” Means

Sit in a quiet room and meditate for a period of about 15 minutes about what is required to convey an intention concerning the outcome of a situation.  Remember from the psionics introduction guide that this is possible in many ways (using certain thoughts, or actions such as arts or plays).  When you have completed this exercise, note all details of your experience carefully in your journal.  Like exercise #1, what you want here is a laundry list of items.

Commentary

The purpose of this exercise is to help you build up your own  effective symbolic system for the purpose of practicing psionics.  You will strengthen the symbols as mentioned in your laundry list of items from exercises #1 and #2 through the use of meditation techniques.



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