Drawing energy you will need energy to make psiballs. Energy comes from many sources, including the sun, moon, earth, nature, water, wind, storms, fire, emotions, and movement. People carry energy with them at all times. However this energy can become drained after some practice of making psiballs.
Because of this having other energy sources to draw from can help you avoid getting too tired. Choose an energy source you enjoy to draw energy from. Feel energy from that source flowing into you. You can picture it as a garden hose pouring energy into you, or as a waterfall all around you. You might picture it as light surrounding and filling you, or a fire warming you.
The energy surrounds and fills you, raising your energy to a much stronger level. If you begin to feel lightheaded, imagine a connection into the ground to let go of the excess energy. Lightheadedness usually means that you have too much energy and need to let some of it go back into the earth, like grounding an electrical system. As you draw energy, take only what feels appropriate.
Dont force it; just gently draw the energy. Forcing it will only make it more difficult to get the right amount of energy. Shaping energy as you draw energy, direct it outward through your hands. Cup your hands as if you were holding a baseball or a ball of cookie dough, with one hand below it and one above it.
Picture the energy flowing from your body, through your arms, and out through your hands. Feel the energy swirling and building up between your hands. Make the energy into a ball between your hands, making it more and more dense as you add energy. Let yourself feel the energy between your hands. Notice any push or pull between your hands, any difference in heat, changing density of the air, sparks of light, waviness of the background behind the energy ball, or anything else that changes.
If you have difficulty creating a strong enough psiball to feel, try drawing more energy and adding that energy to it. It may take practice to make a strong enough psiball to physically see, but you should be able to feel it fairly quickly. Do not worry if you only feel it, and can not see it; that is normal. You may feel a lot of heat between your hands; this means you have drawn energy through them properly.
After you are comfortable making a psiball, try working with friends. Each person starts by creating their own psiball. Then combine all of the psiballs into the center of the circle. Each person continues to add energy to the center. After a few minutes, discuss how each person perceives the energy. As a group, try changing the temperature or the density of the energy. Practice regularly to improve your speed at creating psiballs and your control of them. As you become more comfortable making them, try variations. Make shapes other than a ball; try fire, a pool of water, a crystal, and any other shape you can imagine.
Try changing the temperature of the energy, making it extra warm or extra cool. Try making the energy carry different emotions, being agitated or soothing. If you have a willing partner, try using an energy ball to tickle them. Make a large energy ball of happy energy, and cover a friend in it. If you do it with a willing friend, but at a time they dont know whats happening, you can see how strongly it affects how they feel. (This often has the effect of making the receiver very happy and bouncy, as if theyve had too much sugar or caffeine.)