Experiential Phase of Psi modeling attempts to explain the psychological aspects of how and when human beings are able to utilize psi. The means by which psi mediates information within an experient remains unexplained in its entirety.
However, several models have been presented that look very promising including models involving quantum mechanical approaches to cognition, and memory models.
Such models of psi manifestation attempt to explain how extrasensory information enters the central nervous system or information processing center, and how the system deals with that information
The distinction between the two-parts of receptive psi processes has been articulated to separate the psi process from psi production (i.e. termed paranormal cognition).
Conversely, in regards to expressive psi processes (i.e. information traveling through the individual and out into the environment), psi process and production is termed paranormal interaction.
The paranormal cognitive process has been suggested to be the result of normal cognitive processes, rather than of a paranormal cognitive process, as the product of the paranormal cognitive process is always the product of cognitive and other types of processes in which are we do not consider paranormal.
Such “paranormally” acquired information is assumed to be acquired via mediating stages such as dreams, hallucinations (e.g. mental images). These stages are also known as the mediation and the experiential phases of psi.
Such stages, as aforementioned, involve normal cognitive and emotional processes, and many researchers have developed hypothesis in or to identify fundamental components of the process.
Therefore, in regards to the two-part model of psi, half of the challenge in discovering how psi mediates involves comprehending its pathway via the normal cognitive operations of the brain and perhaps other various systems of living organisms.
(Adapted from the book series “A Quantum Approach” by Dr. Theresa M. Kelly.)