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i have a question thats been bothering me for a few days

how can you tell if your making progress in producing energy? so far ive just been able to make psi balls, not any programmed constructs.

and does anyone know and energy exercises?

### Progress in energy

Progress in energy manipulation.

The simplest way I can describe this, is that you are only as good as you KNOW you are. So it\'s not a matter of proving you can manipulate energy, its a matter of knowing internally that you can.

This exact reason is the reason I always enjoyed pk as a beginner, The results are easy to see, and just as easy to verify.

However, I am in no way saying you should start with pk. But if you truly do want to prove to yourself that you\'re manipulating energy, Try to lay a thermometer on one side of your room, make a psi ball, and throw it at the thermometer. Note any changes in the temperature (Note, This can be negative or positive, and by all means may not be a dramatic change)

Also, You can get anyone you know that can scan or sense energy well, And have them scan your energy points, levels, or psi balls to verify you\'re correctly manipulating.

I use these methods very freely because they aren\'t always subjected to work, So if they don\'t, don\'t get discouraged, the best thing to do to verify your manipulating, is just to get a feel for it, And eventually, You\'ll know for sure you\'re doing it.

Hope this could help
~Dramatick

### Hate to say it, but the

Hate to say it, but the general consensus is true. When you get it right you\'ll just know. (And you may also be doing it right and still not know, but eventually you will).

As for energy exercises? Try programming your psiballs with different colors, textures, emotions and sensations. Playing with basic shields is also a good way of practicing energy manipulation.

When I was first starting out, another thing I would toy with was making little psi animals, and I would try to get them to move across my table. It\'s actually not as hard as it sounds. There\'s a number of neat things you could try out, even as a beginner.

### i appreciate all the tips you

i appreciate all the tips you guys, muchas gracias

my skills are starting to come back btw so yaaaaaaaaay