- Journal of Communication Volume 25:1 Winter 1975
The Seven Elements of Psi-Conductive States Edit
One of the most obvious characteristics
of persons in the psi-conducive state
is that they are physically relaxed.
A second characteristic "symptom" of
the psi-conducive syndrome is reduced
physical arousal or activation.
Another symptom of the psi-conducive state
is increased awareness of internal focuses,
feelings, and images (including dreams and fantasy),
The fifth hypothesis suggests that psi
is decreased with "action mode/left hemispheric
functioning" and increased with "receptive
mode/right hemispheric functioning."
The sixth characteristic of the
psi-conducive state is an altered view of
the nature of the world.
The final ingredient of the psi-conducive
syndrome is that psi must be momentarily important.