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Improving Psychic Performance by Changing Your Environment


To understand psychical enhancement, one needs to recognize that our immediate environment plays a fundamental role in the maintenance of our health and psychical experiences. 

Colorization enhancement is a derivative of a collection of ancient and modern disciplines designed to explain the correlation between living beings and their immediate environment.

It is a practice that can improve many aspects of an experients life including freeing energy that is otherwise wasted,  improving focus, reducing stress, restoring vitality and confidence, improving health (when in conjunction with a proper diet, meditation, exercise regimen, and lifestyle), and improve psychical performance.

The goal of colorization enhancement is to influence the effect our environment has on our attitudes, moods, health, and psychical potential. To achieve this goal, one has to recognize that attitude and intention are more comparable to directions of propagation (travel) than static states of the mind-body.

When an experient begins their day within a psychically conducive and enhancing environment, they will discover it is easier to maintain a psychical conducive mindset. This naturally amplified mindset will allow the experient to increase performance values and performance quality in less time, and with less effort.

Although this practice functions via strictly defined principles, there is clearance for self-expression and creativity. In situations when principles appear ambiguous, or where numerous solutions present themselves, some of the best solutions have been found through intuition alone.

Colorization enhancement seeks to re-establish the connection of the experient to the natural flow of life by implementing into an experients environment more of the natural energies human beings today lack do to the artificiality of their environments. The colors that enhance you are equal to your Psychic Type.

Colorization enhancement can be complex and difficult to understand because of its variety of systems. These can include aesthetic, psychological, physiological, associative, and symbolic systems.

The systems of association, aesthetics, and symbolism, like language, vary culture to culture, while other systems appear to be cross-cultural (defined effects despite an experients culture).  Colorization enhancement can be a tedious qualitative practice, requiring alternation and re-alteration of environmental elements every time the environment (or the experient) changes.

Because color exerts its influence upon an experient through its innate qualities, so to should the experient exert their influence upon the colors within their environment.

This may present a false sense of control, and while to a degree some control can be had on the classical scale, the quantum scale allows for a certain degree of freedom that will some days be a benefit and other days act as interference in regards to the experients goals of enhancement.

In other words, by no means does “enhancement” or “control” signify any relation to “predictability.”

The Psychological System

Colorization enhancement involves light and color, and pigment and color. When the colored light reaches the observers eye and is perceived, it is perceived as a sensation, which is produced in the brain.

When colored light of any visible pure or mixed wavelengths enters the eye, many other psychological and physiological factors are contributed. These factors, while open to interpretation, may determine an observer’s final perception of the color.

This results in the unpredictability of individual human perception of a given color and whereby makes psychological effects variant. In other words, the transmission of the colored light represents one aspect of color, and the reception of the light by the human eye represents the other.

Because the psychological aspect is entwined with the physiological and psychical aspects, this unpredictability exists throughout the system. There are psychological and physiological effect correlations to personality traits.

Because color has the intrinsic ability to alter personality, it therefore has the intrinsic ability to alter psychological, physiological, and psychical functions and responses.

The Physiological System

Colorization enhancement is not to be assumed as “magic” or mystical in nature; although it has some ties to ancient mystical traditions; it is not in and of itself magical or a product of superstition.

This method of enhancement deals with valid, observable phenomena (e.g. electromagnetic energy and the connection between the mind and body). It works on the conscious and subconscious levels, aiding the experient in conditioning their psychical intentions and influence.

The biophysical processes in which results in physiological effects are both theoretical and hypothetical, and are relatively parallel to theories surrounding the effects of Light Therapy.

These processes are assumed correlated to wavelengths of light (specific colors), and it is assumed that they are converted into photon (light) energy in the experients skin. This energy then decays into an electron stream, whereby changing the electrical potential of the skin.

This process stimulates cAMP (a molecule important to many biological processes that relays signals from receptors on the cell surface to target molecules inside the cell) biochemical energy synthesis in the experients cells stimulating healing.

Imprinted within its neural structure, the brain carries somatosensory maps of the body. These maps are like the “master control blueprints” of the entire physiological system. In addition, each cell carries a cellular memory, for its replication, in its chromosomes or genetic DNA.

When activated, these maps stimulate an arousal potential in the autonomic nervous system, where by sending impulses (patterns of stimulus) throughout the body, to the brain, and back into the tissues and cells. This results in the activation of protein synthesis, healing, and repair.

The Psychical System

The psychical system is presumed influenced by an experients localized environment and the elements within that environment. This influence appears to be psychophysical in nature, whereby if the psychological and physiological systems are influenced then so too is the psychical system due to a link across all three systems.

This psychical/psychological/physiological link has been at the forefront of my research; examining the impact of psychical and psychological states on physiological system responses and vice versa, the impact on the physiological and psychological systems and states on psychical states and processes.

It is via this perspective I have and continue to study the interface of the psychical, psychological, and physiological systems. Historically, the psychical system has been examined through physiological responses and organ systems innervated by the autonomic nervous system.

More recently, examiners are more interested in the central nervous system (CNS) and explore cortical brain potentials (e.g.  such as the many types of event-related-potentials (ERPs), brain waves, utilizing functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRIs), MRI, PET, MET and other neuroimagery techniques).
Because of this link between the three systems, improvement in one system (e.g. functionality) appears to have a direct effect on the remaining two systems, regardless of which system has been improved.

It is because of this link that examiners, including myself, implore experients to take immense care of their psychological and physiological health if they desire to improve the usability and functionality of their psychical performance.

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Professor Emerita at the University of Alternative Studies. A process-oriented qualitative researcher in the area of psychic experiences. An author of 6 books including university-level textbooks, and various technical papers on psychic experiences. A distinguished expert in Scientific Parapsychology and Clinical Parapsychology.

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