How to Make PSI Balls?


To make psi balls, visualize roots coming from your feet into the earth and cup your hands as if you were holding an invisible ball. Thereafter, visualize energy coming from your Dan Tien into your cupped hands flying freely. Finally, instruct the ball of energy to do as u will.
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Making psi balls is a matter of concentrating and feeling energy. You can practice by rubbing the palms of your hands together, to get comfortable with the feeling. You can find more information here:
To make a psi ball you need to get into a comfortable position and quiet your mind. Hold your hands as if you are holding a small ball. Picture a source of energy such as the sun, moon or earth. Feel the energy coming from the source into your hands. Picture it, feel it and add to it as much as you can. Do not use yourself as an energy source.
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