How do you make a visible psi-ball?
I just got a sudden visualization of my psi ball that was really real and the energy between my hands jumped from lets say 80% to 130% and at that I packed it together (once again I wasn't thinking of making it visible) and made it into a nice uniform ball and (weird sound effect) then it appeared! Looked like some lines moving back and forth although I could only see a quarter of the ball. Trust me, you can do it..
You can create your "lines" by holding your hands about 6 inches apart and then focusing on a point in between them. You can do it in about 5 seconds.
What you do to make the ball appear is cup your hands, (you must be calm) and think of yourself as an energy faucet and let the energy drain from you to your hands and try to picture a psi ball forming in your hands. Don't worry if it doens't happen at first, it may take 5-15 minutes, so keep trying. You CAN do it.
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There is no surefire way to make a psiball. While it is reported fairly commonly among occult/metaphysical circles, there is, as of yet no 100% effective formula. Incidentally, if you do manage to create a psiball, consider applying for James Randi's Million Dollar challenge (see link). Can never have too much money.
The answer to this question is unproven as psiballs have not yet been proven to exist. However, some who claimed to creating a psiball has reported that it is possible to do this. Personally, I believe I have created psiballs in the past, however, I have never been success useful in moving the psiball; this does not mean it is not possible, other explanation such as my level of skill in moving psiballs could explain…
People have claimed to make psiballs but they have not been scientifically proven to exist, this does not meen they do not exist, it simply means science is unsure on the matter. People have claimed to have made psiballs and some have taken videos or pictures of visible psiballs, however, the fact is that digital images can be editted so science has overlooked the evidence presented. The final answer is that no one knows whether…
All of them. "Color" (or 'colour') is what your brain registers when a visible wavelength enters your eye and stimulates the retina enough for the brain to notice it. If there's a color, then that's a visible wavelength. If it's not 'visible', then your brain doesn't know about it, and there's no 'color'.