I’ve tried to keep the information thus far relevant to the process of construct creation itself so the reader can get to the actual construct making as quickly as possible. With that out of the way, we can get a little more in-depth.
Exercise: charging hand Time Per Set: 5 minutes Number of Sets: 5 per day Notes: Practice charging your dominant hand. After a week this should be much easier.
Exercise: charging skin Time Per Set: 5 minutes Number of Sets: 5 per day Notes: This means all of the outer covering of you body. All of your skin; from your scalp; to your hands,front and back; to your navel, and the other side of your body from it; and your feet, top and bottom of them.
Ambient energy is energy that sort of floats around in a given area. There is quite a bit of it around. The one thing you shouldn’t do with ambient energy is internalise it. Energy retains programming for awhile, and it’s not a good idea to draw strange programming into yourself. The energy is fine for construct creation, because the act of programming pretty much rids it of the erroneous bits of programming and assorted ick that’s in it.
The Time Table- This time table isn't set in stone. If you find that you are not getting some things as easily as expected increase the exercise time, or leave it at a greater amount of time for a longer period. Adjust this to suit whatever works best for you. Basic-Charging - Using the system that gives the best effects, follow the outline in the exercises.
Hold your palms together, far enough apart that you cannot feel the body heat from each hand. Start energy flowing into both palms, and let the energy flow together, focusing it on forming a ball between your hands. Yes, this is a psi ball. Most construct articles start at this point, and then focus on teaching you to program the energy you’ve gathered. I’m not going to do that, though you may of course feel free to give it a try if you’d like.
By now you will have an idea of how energy feels when it moves. In the absence of a practise partner who is able to sense energy, this is your most reliable indicator of whether anything is happening or not. The reason for repeating the first exercise over and over is to fix firmly in your mind the sensation of energetic movement, and you will need a sense you can rely on from the get-go. Visualisation is too prone to fantasy to ever trust completely. If you have a perfectly visualised result but feel nothing, trust the feel.
In order to manipulate energy, we must create some sort of mental reference for it. This is where visualisation comes in. Imagining energy as a sort of fluid light is traditional, and I see no reason to depart from that tradition unless you have a particular mental image that is more meaningful to you. Begin with the usual exercises, and imagine your body as it is in its current position. Imagine that it is filled with energy (which it is), and spend some time paying attention to the energy flowing through you. Don’t expect a vastly detailed representation at this early stage. In all
As stated, you’ll need to be able to perceive subtle energy in order to manipulate it. There are two schools of thought on how to proceed. The first is to stick with perception before you start manipulating, in order to ensure you’re up to the task before trying your hand at actual construct creation. The second, and my personal preference, is to learn as you go. Yes, you will make mistakes. Chances are you’ll make a lot of them, as most of us have, and do. You’ll also gain experience in both perception and manipulation at the same time, and this is something you really can’t buy. Ex
We’ve already had an exercise in tactile/spatial imagination in the explanation for that section on imagination. Instead of a simple ping pong ball, use a ball with a more complex design. A cricket ball would be ideal, or a baseball for American readers. Failing either of those two, there are few people who don’t have a golf ball or two lying around the house. As always, begin with the breathing exercise, followed by acclimatising yourself to those stimuli around you which may prove distracting. Attain the blank-mind state, and you’re ready to begin.