Psi wheel (sometimes written as psiwheel) is a pyramid-shaped piece of paper or foil balanced on the tip of a pointed object. It is the most popular means of developing early telekinetic powers. What makes it special is that its design makes it very light so it can be moved with just a little force.

A psi wheel is quite simple to set up and requires very basic materials. You probably have everything you need to make a psi wheel laying around your house right now. All it takes to make your own PSI wheel is a small square (approximately 2.5x2.5 inches) of a piece of paper or aluminum foil, a regular sewing needle, and a small lump of clay or a book to hold the needle in an upright position.  Below is the instruction on how to make a psi wheel:

  1. Cut a square piece of paper about 2.5x2.5 inches, but a little smaller or larger will still work most of the time.
  2. Fold the piece of paper diagonally to form a triangle. Open the paper back and simply fold the opposite corner over to form another triangle.
  3. Turn the paper over.
  4. Fold the paper in half both ways.
  5. Push in the opposite corners towards the center to make it as a little "hat" with the middle pointing up and the sides slightly bended down.

Now, it's all ready and folded up in the way it should. In this way, it will keep balanced when you place it on top of the needle and it will easily spin around when right energies is applied. Then, just to see how it functions, gently blow on the paper wheel (psi wheel), and you will see it spin gently and stable around on top. If there is too much friction making it hard to spin, fold it slightly more leaving the top tip more wide so it doesn't get stuck on the top of the needle. You can refer to the illustration below to get more understanding on how to make a psi wheel.

How To Make A Psi Wheel

Before moving on, I advise you to put some form of clear cover (such as a glass bowl) over the psi wheel, in order to prevent it from being moved by wind or similar disturbances.

Warming Up

To spin the psi wheel, you will need to create a electromagnetic field (psi energy) between your hands. First, hold your hands together, but not touching each other, and imagine the energy flowing out through them, forming a powerful field of magnetic energy.

You may visualize a powerful blue magnetic force forming between your hands, a force which you can make expand and connect with other physical objects to make changes in them or manipulate them in various ways. Try to feel the energy, while visualizing the intensity of this force growing stronger. Feel the magnetic force between your hands tugging, pulling or pushing your hands towards or apart from each other. Keep it between your hands and make it build up strong and powerful.

Spinning The Wheel

Then at this point when your hands are charged with electromagnetic energy, you may place your hands around the psi wheel. Hold your hands around the psi wheel and let the energy flow out and envelope the whole apparatus, with a focus on the wheel itself. Feel your magnetic fields emitting from your hands encompassing the psi wheel in front of you, with great energies streaming out of the surface of your hands.

Imagine you have built up a great force of energy that is flowing out through your hands, and that is affecting the wheel in an almost magnetic way, either pulling or pushing it around. You may even imagine one hand attracts the wheel, while the other one pushes it in an opposite direction, making a twirling spinning motion of energy that will make the wheel spin around.

Word Of Advice

You will see people posting all over the internet about the fantastic results they get. Don't believe 99.9% of it. At the same time, don't cut them down for it. Belief is a big part of this, but don't fool yourself into thinking this is going to be easy. Like anything else in this world, you have to work for it.

You will get better results by practicing for 5 to 15 minutes a day, almost every day than you will practicing for hours at a time. It could literally take weeks to see results but keep at it. If you give up, you will never accomplish it.

Psi ball are created by molding psi energy with your mind and hands to form the energy into a sphere or ball shape. However, you can construct it into the shape of a square, a pyramid or any other shape your mind can think of. Psi ball is tangible and is very easy to make. It can be used for various purposes such as telepathy, healing and confidence booster.  If you have practice long enough, you can start seeing psi ball with the naked eye and this is the first step to seeing the aura. The standard psi ball is a little bigger than a baseball, and smaller than a softball. However, they can be made quite large, to fit around the body and yes, even bigger than that.

How To Make Psi Ball

Find Energy Source

Go to a quite place and turn off all disturbances in the surrounding. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths, concentrate on your breathing. Now you need to decide an energy source to draw energy from. Energy can comes from many sources, including the sun, moon, earth, nature, water, wind, storms, fire, emotions, and movement. If you use yourself as the energy source, you may deplete your energy and can lead to tiredness.

Drawing energy from the source is easy. All you have to do is visualize energy coming from your source and entering or surrounding your body. Visualizing is just like imagining or pretending, just picture it in your head. You can visualize anything you want, as long as it seems like your absorbing energy from the source. You can picture it as a garden hose pouring energy into you, or as a waterfall all around you. You might picture it as light surrounding and filling you, or a fire warming you. Some people close their eyes, while some don't. Try do both and see what works for you.

Making A Psi Ball

In this how to article, I will use earth as the source of energy because they are close to us and have lots of energy. Start to visualize roots growing from the base of your spine reaching down into the solid earth. You are connected with the earth, bound to the soil, perfectly grounded. Allow the earth's energy to move up with the roots , filling every inch of your body. Gather this energy, and when there feels like enough energy, hold your hands out, keeping them steady.

See the hole in your hand. A small door has been unbolted and the energy is flowing out. Feel the energy swirling and building up between your hands. Make the energy into a ball between your hands, making it more and more dense as you add energy. The psi ball can be in any color you want, but for beginners it's usually easiest to visualize the psi ball as a white light. After a while, you should be able to sense the psi. It could feel like heat, pressure or tingling. When you feel this, move your hands closer together a bit, if there is a resistance sensation, however slight, you know it’s there. Continue to compress the psi balls as more and more energy flows down your arms. As the psi ball gets bigger, just move your hands slightly further apart until you make it as large as you want it to be.

Make Psi Balls

If you have difficulty creating a strong enough psi ball to feel, try drawing more energy and adding that energy to it. It may take practice to make a strong enough psi ball to physically see, but you should be able to feel it fairly quickly. If you haven't decided to do something with it, release the energy of your psi ball by allowing it to diffuse into the air.

Play With Your Psi Ball

Practice regularly to improve your speed at creating the psi balls and your control of them. As you become more comfortable making them, try variations. Try make a pyramid, a pool of water, a crystal, and any other shape that you can imagine. Try changing the temperature of the energy, making it extra warm or extra cool.

Try making the energy carry different emotions, being agitated or soothing. If you have a willing friend, try using the psi ball to tickle them. Make a large energy ball of happy energy, and cover your friend in it. If you do it with a willing friend, but at a time they don't know what's happening, you can see how strongly it affects how they feel. This often has the effect of making the receiver very happy and bouncy, as if they've had too much sugar or caffeine.

Program The Psi Balls

This means projecting your intentions into the psi ball to carry your goal. Visualize a clear picture of your goal or what you wish to happen. In case you want someone to get well, visualize the person free from all diseases, happily smiling. Now project this picture into your energy ball. Focus this picture on your energy ball for a few seconds. Without opening your eyes , speak to your psi energy ball. Tell it to go out into the world, and bring to you what you desire. Then release the energy ball, and open your eyes. The ball can travel long distances to give the message.

While you are at work, arbitrarily reposition everything on your desktop. By using daily exposure and routine, your cortex and hippocampus have constructed a spatial "map" of your desktop so that very little mental effort is required to locate your computer mouse, telephone, stapler, wastebasket, and other office tools. Scrambling the location of familiar objects you normally reach for without thinking reactivates spatial learning networks and gets your visual brain areas back to work, adjusting your internal maps.

Brain Training

Rearrange Your Life

Moving things around doesn't have to be restricted to your desktop. If your work schedule is flexible enough, rearrange the order in which you accomplish daily tasks. Do you look at your mail first thing in the morning? Try another time. Can you take your breaks half an hour earlier or later? Or change regularly scheduled meetings from the morning to the afternoon? Within the constraints of your line of work, incorporate a little "disorder."

If you want to see the immediate result of rearranging familiar things, simply move your  wastebasket from its long-standing position. You'll notice that each time you have something to throw away, you aim at the old spot. The sensory and motor pathways in your brain have been programmed by repeated experience to throw apiece of paper in a certain direction. That moment when you catch yourself and redirect your actions reflects your brains increased alertness to a novel situation and the beginnings of a new series of instructions being entered into your mental program.

Enhance your sensory environment. Meals are not just about food. Candlelight, flowers, beautiful tablecloths, and music provide multisensory stimulation to link with the smells and flavors of food. When you don't have the time or money to indulge, try a new set of place mats or a vase of flowers even when you're alone. Enriching the sensory, social, and emotional environment surrounding meals feeds your brain, even though you may not be aware of it at the time. Other than that, you may

  • Change the order in which you eat your food. Try starting with the dessert and ending with the chips. This may seem frivolous but your brain won't think so. It's primed to handle this unexpected strategy.
  • Change where you eat your meal. A different room, outside, on the porch, on the floor or you can even have an indoor picnic!
  • Puree in a blender one fruit and one vegetable that you have never combined before. Taste it and make up a catchy name for the new concoction. This could be a fun taste game for a group of food lovers. Who knows, maybe you can come up with a new tasty flavor.
  • Eat your food using your "wrong" hand. A small change like this makes even the most routine acts of eating challenging.

Brain Training

Hold Your Nose

Most of what we call taste actually depends on smell. By closing your nose, you bring basic taste information and tactile cues to the fore and experience the texture and consistency of food using your mouth and tongue. Taste buds sense sweet, salt, sour or bitter, astringent, and metallic tastes. Your experience of a food based on these qualities, compared to flavor from olfactory stimulation, utilizes different brain pathways.

Turn the pictures of your family, your desk clock, or an illustrated calendar upside down.  Your brain is quite literally of two minds when it comes to processing visual information. The left brain (analytical) tries to label an object after just a brief glance (eg: table, chair, child). The right brain (visual) in contrast, perceives spatial relationships and uses non-verbal cues.

Brain Training

Talented Artist

When you look at a familiar picture right side up, your left brain quickly labels it and diverts your attention to other things. When the picture is upside down, the quick labeling strategy doesn't work and your right-brain networks kick in, trying to interpret the shapes, colors, and relationships of a puzzling picture. The strategy of looking at things upside down is a key component for awakening the talent artist in us.

When you are listening to music, use aromas to form novel associations between smells and sounds. Instead of using a visual stimulation, this exercise associates auditory stimulation (music) with a specific odor. Start by choosing an odor canister (either deliberately or at random) and a favorite song on a CD or tape. Open the odor canister and take a good sniff every time you listen to that song. Imagine pairing pine odor with a country-western ballad, lavender with the first movement of Beethoven's Sixth Symphony, or cloves with Muddy Waters singing the blues. Be creative with your sound-smell combinations. Try some odd pairings and see what kinds of new associations spring to mind.

Brain Training

Powerful Stimuli

The goal here is not to remember anything specific, but to provide more raw material to provoke your brain into weaving more associative networks. Both music and smells are powerful stimuli that evoke different emotions. Normally we don't listen to music in the context of odors or vice versa. In this exercise, the repeated pairing of these two stimuli makes your brain create powerful links between the two, increasing the number of pathways available for storing or accessing memories.

If you're driving, open the windows to help construct a new mental map. Simply by opening the windows as you drive will let in a tapestry of smells (fresh rain on a macadam road, a street vendor's cart, leaves burning in autumn) and sounds (birds singing, kids yelling in a school playground, sirens) that mark your route. Like an ancient navigator, your brain will begin to make and recall associations between the sights, sounds, and odors that you encounter. Remember that the hippocampus is especially involved in associating odors, sounds, and sights to construct mental maps. Opening the windows provides these circuits with more raw material. If you walk to work, the brain stimulation are even greater.

Brain Training

Turn Off Automatic Pilot

You could also take a different route to work. On your routine commute, the brain goes on automatic pilot and gets little stimulation or exercise. An unfamiliar route activates the cortex and hippocampus to integrate the novel sights, smells, and sounds you encounter into a new brain map.

Locate the taps and adjust the temperature and flow using just your tactile senses. Make sure your balance is good before you try this and use common sense to avoid burning or injury. In the shower locate all necessary props by feel, then wash, shave, and so on, with your eyes shut. Your hands will probably notice varied textures of your own body you aren't aware of when you are "looking."

Brain training

When you are showering, use a variety of sensory stimuli—aromatic bath oils and soaps, sponges, body scrubs, candlelight, champagne or tea, music, plush towels, and moisturizer. Luxuriate in a cavalcade of scents, textures, and lighting to create linkages between old and new associations.

Stimulate Your Brain

Certain odors evoke distinct (alertness and calmness) in many people. By pairing a specific odor or music with an enjoyable, relaxing activity, you form a useful stress-relieving association that can be tapped simply by smelling the aroma or hearing the melody again.

Even though it is probably the least intrusive or time-consuming brain training suggestion, this shower exercise can effectively exercise your brain.

Even though it is probably the least intrusive or time-consuming brain training suggestion, this shower exercise can effectively exercise your brain.

Hobbies that require you to use several different senses in non-routine ways and to make fine distinctions within one sensory system can stimulate your brain effectively. Fly fishing, for example, puts you in a novel sensory environment (a river), requires you to think like a fish and to pay attention to the time of day, the feel of the water, and the types of insects around you. Some other examples are archery, photography, woodworking, and cooking.

Discover New Excitement

Brain training

You can master a new gadget such as computer, video or still camera, telescope, ham radio, musical instrument, windsurfer, or snowboard. Learn touch typing. If you still hunt and peck, it slows down your enjoyment of the computer. Practicing touch typing engages the brain in a different way. It offers all the neurobic benefits of integrating your tactile, spatial, and visual senses without having to be blindfolded.

Build a small model airplane or car while wearing a patch over one eye. Because you lose depth perception, your brain has to rely on new cues. Your sense of touch and spatial skills are required to fit small pieces together.