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Field Refinement

Field Refinement

Article written by Archaic, re-published from the United Psionics Club, permission granted by Float, UPC administrator. In this article one will learn how to ground, center, and clean their field. It seems people just don’t realize how much this could help them with their practices, nor do they apparently know how to do it and […]

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Detailed Psiball Creation

Detailed Psiball Creation

Article written by Hech, re-published from the United Psionics Club, permission granted by Float, UPC administrator. If you’re reading this article, there is a good chance you are a beginner. At this point, you may not even be certain that you believe all this “energy stuff”. My opinion is simple: give it a shot. Read […]

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Binding Constructs to Objects

Binding Constructs to Objects

Article written by Shadowarrior13, re-published from the United Psionics Club, permission granted by Float, UPC administrator. A while ago, when I was making constructs easily and getting bored, I found out about binding them to random objects. Similarly, many of you have probably heard of this as well. I tried it out, and had trouble […]

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Beneath the Construct

Beneath the Construct

Article written by Lesenthe, re-published from the United Psionics Club, permission granted by Float, UPC administrator. The first time I actually saw programming was when I was discussing caging with a friend on IRC. He was laughing about having dropped a simple mirror shield over some kids and seeing them jump up and down when […]

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Basic Programming

Basic Programming

Article written by Miri, re-published from the United Psionics Club, permission granted by Float, UPC administrator. Ah! The undeniably abstract field of programming, what thing could be more vague while having to be so precise and detailed and remaining important? Frankly, I’m never as happy as when I’m making a construct, and in order to […]

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