Wednesday, November 2, 2011

How To Make A Psi-Wheel

I borrowed this wonderful article from a wonderful site dedicated to discovering the true potential of the mind! A psi wheel is quite simple to set up and requires very basic materials. You probably have everything you need to make a psi wheel laying around your house right now. All it takes to make your own PSI wheel is a small square (approximately 2.5x2.5 inches) of a piece of paper or aluminum foil, a regular sewing needle, and a small lump of clay or a book to hold the needle in an upright position.  Below is the instruction on how to make a psi wheel:
  1. Cut a square piece of paper about 2.5x2.5 inches, but a little smaller or larger will still work most of the time.
  2. Fold the piece of paper diagonally to form a triangle. Open the paper back and simply fold the opposite corner over to form another triangle.
  3. Turn the paper over.
  4. Fold the paper in half both ways.
  5. Push in the opposite corners towards the center to make it as a little "hat" with the middle pointing up and the sides slightly bended down.
Now, it's all ready and folded up in the way it should. In this way, it will keep balanced when you place it on top of the needle and it will easily spin around when right energies is applied. Then, just to see how it functions, gently blow on the paper wheel (psi wheel), and you will see it spin gently and stable around on top. If there is too much friction making it hard to spin, fold it slightly more leaving the top tip more wide so it doesn't get stuck on the top of the needle. You can refer to the illustration below to get more understanding on how to make a psi wheel.