The Psion’s Handbook:Overview of PsionicsWritten by Sean Connelly a.k.a. Peebrain[email protected]Edited with the help of:Annie, Rainsong, and Raven.July 24, 2004
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5Special ThanksWithout these people, this simply wouldn’t bepossible: Rainsong, annie, Jenny, Jesper, Wit, RobertMonroe, Robert Peterson.
6Table of ContentsIntroduction7Philosophy of Psionics9What is Psi?12Introducing Psi15The Infamous Psi Ball19Constructs22Shields25Intermission27Empathy29Telepathy33Psychokinesis37Construct Flaring41Out of Body Experiences43Until Next Time48Further Reading50Definition of Terms52
7IntroductionThe word “Psion” is most well known in theRole-Playing world, but the term was originally coinedwhile researching psychic abilities.In this context, itrefers to a person who actively practices and uses these