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Dynamic Psi is a system of psi in which the goal is to understand and directly utilize the underlying fundamentals of energy work, while extending these fundamental principles to a comprehensive advanced skillset.

Contents

Subareas

There are three major subareas of Dynamic Psi: scanning, kinetics, and construct dynamics.

Scanning includes any sensing ability possible with psi, including sensing information from the future, present, or past. Scanning includes sensing information in various forms, such as intuitively, visually, and others. Information sensed with scanning can be about the physical world, telepathic information from the mind of another person, or abstract conceptual information.

Kinetics includes any psi ability which results in a change to the physical world. This includes changes brought about directly, such as moving objects, and changes brought about by specifying the desired result, such as healing, modifying complex systems, or causing a future event to occur.

The third subarea, construct dynamics, involves the complex dynamics of how psi energy interacts with constructs, and how constructs interact with each other. Psi energy is the substance manipulated in psi, and constructs are the physical and conceptual structures through which energy flows.

Three steps

Within Dynamic Psi, every action which can be performed with psi is described in terms of three steps: intent, energy, and actualization. An intent is the full specification of the desired outcome of the psionic act, energy refers to the use of psi energy to empower that intent, and actualization refers to the final step of manifesting a real change or receiving real information.

Domains

Reality is divided into three domains within Dynamic Psi, the conceptual domain, the energetic domain, and the physical domain. These three domains are enclosed within each other, such that the physical domain is within the energetic domain, and the energetic domain is within the conceptual domain. As such, the conceptual domain can, and does, influence the energetic domain, and the energetic domain can and does influence the physical domain.

With psionic actions which interact with the physical domain, the three steps are closely associated with the three domains. The intent is formed on the conceptual domain, the psi energy flows through the intent within the energetic domain, and the intent is then actualized onto the physical domain.

Description of the Symbol

The three interlocking triangles of the Dynamic Psi symbol represent the three domains. The top left triangle represents the conceptual domain, the top right the energetic domain, and the bottom the physical domain. The three pillars radiating outward from the center point represent intent, energy, and actualization, with intent represented by the bottom left pillar, energy by the top pillar, and actualization by the bottom right pillar.

The self is represented by the point in the center, and the entirety of existence is represented by the circle which touches the three outer points. Area is left within this circle outside of the three domains to represent the divine, and that which we can be in contact with but which is outside of our direct influence.

The organization of the symbol represents the performance of psi. Starting with intent at the bottom left pillar, and moving in a clockwise fashion, intent is formed in the conceptual domain, then energy is organized in the energetic domain, and lastly actualization connects the result to the physical domain. While the structure of these movements demonstrates the three domains, the path traced out by each point of the process is the circle of the divine. This represents the spiritual awareness and growth which is tied to following the path of psi.

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