Psionics(the practice and study of psychic abilities) is known to have “dangers” associated with practicing it. You practice Psionics entirely at your own risk. We are not liable for any damages that may occur to you or others as a result of the content on this website. With that said, lets discuss some of the things we know Psionics may lead to, so that you can make an informed decision on whether practicing is for you.
Psionics and Your Relationships
Honestly, practicing Psionics does not tend to go over well with friends or relatives due to conflicts in belief structures about life and religion. Practitioners of psionics on this website are from most major religions (including Christianity), and we try to make the material on this website neutral. When you tell your friend or loved one about Psionics, be sure to know how to present the idea to them in a way that makes sense to you and your situation. We are not liable if telling your friends or loved ones about Psionics damages your relationships to them (ie they dont like you now because you practice telekinesis in your free time). We have provided support materials to help parents understand what Psionics is about.
Psionics and Health Concerns
We do not want you to use any of the materials on this website in place of the advice and/or treatment provided by your doctor or licensed medical professional. Please consider mundane (normal) causes for your ailments before considering them to be as a result of psi. Never use psi instead of being treated by a licensed medical professional. Prolonged practice of psionics is known to have adverse health effects. If you experience any negative health effects (headaches included), please cease practicing and take appropriate health measures.
Psionics and Mental Illnesses
Psionics has been known to exacerbate mental illnesses. Do not practice Psionics if you suffer from a mental illness. If you experience any negative effects, you are advised to cease practice immediately and consult a medical professional.