To understand the role of psi, it is best to view psi as an ability, or feature, in which is bound to an individual human being as a function of his or her personality in the broadest sense of that term.
Much effort has be given in regards to speculating on how psi works,whichis not the same as the consideration of what psi is for or why human beings possess such an ability. Such questions must be addressed to move forward in an understanding of psi, and this understanding must be applied to move forward in developing a model of psi.
Psi modeling points to characteristics of psi such as psi being need-serving; where psi functions to serve goals such as survival and deep psychological needs. These types of needs are not the focus of conscious attention, but rather involve the linking of psi to the serving of subconscious needs.
While this is sufficient for spontaneous cases, which lead us to more questions pertaining to the elusiveness of psi, slightly different characteristics are apparent, such as decisions making needs and the need for health and well-being.
These types of needs do appear to be the focus of somewhat conscious attention, linking psi to the serving of semi-conscious casual needs, allowing the potential for practical applications.
While the practical application of psi may still prove to be somewhat erratic, psi appears to be somewhat designed to adapt to organizing principles, perhaps as a means to maintain the order of mechanisms of probability.
The basic concept surrounding the PMIR was that human beings utilize psi to accomplish something (the instrumental response) that fulfills certain needs in which the individual consciously or subconsciously possesses.
Such concepts lead to arguments suggesting that psi may be far more common in daily life than in immediately apparent, but that psi does accomplish is goals in a subtle elegant manner void of conscious awareness.
Further arguments then direct us towards the question “if psi is a staple in our subconscious daily life, can psi be directed to be a staple in our conscious daily life to any extent?
The assumption in which describes how the PMIR should work have been summarized in the following points:
- Psi (as PMIR) is probably operative in daily life far more than we realize.
- The chief function of PMIR is to accomplish certain goals or to fulfill certain needs of human beings.
- PMIR operates for the most part unconsciously. Not only is the operation of psi unnoticed by the individual, but also the need might not even be consciously recognized.
(Adapted from the book series “A Quantum Approach” by Dr. Theresa M. Kelly.)