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.
In the mid-70’s there was a shift in view surrounding psi phenomena due to the dismantlement of the classical view (classical physics) of psi because of quantum mechanics (quantum physics).
This new view of psi proposed greater importance to psychokinesis, suggesting it to be a “fundamental” or “primary” psi process that could subsume extrasensory perception, rendering extrasensory perception an assumed direct result of psychokinetic functions (i.e. the “movement” of thoughts).
I postulate that thought, despite the current incapability of bringing a thought “to rest,” which is required to submit a single thought to examination, does have measurable mass as thought is capable of moving in waves in which implies mass.The motion of implied mass therefore suggests psychokinesis as a primary psi process.
Such a shift in the view of psi also changed the view of psychokinesis from a psychic mechanism (e.g. a psychic lever) to a force-like function, and then to a view of psychokinesis as the ability to shift probabilities of events, to bias probability distributions.
(Adapted from the book series “A Quantum Approach” by Dr. Theresa M. Kelly.)