- Children and Psychic Abilities: A Letter to Parents – by Zeus
Explains that while psionics does practice paranormal abilities, it does not encourage anything demonic, overly spiritual, or harmful. Rather, practicing psionics will improve focus, encourage thinking and questioning, and help in discovery of the world and one’s place in it. Addresses possible concerns about psionics and religion, and introduces several psionic techniques that a child might learn as well as their educational merit.
- Letter to Parents – by Annie
A letter from an adult member of PsiPog to parents, designed to address concerns about the practice of psionics (is it dangerous, what about religion) and PsiPog as a community (is this a cult, are you guys crazy). Encourages parents to be open minded, involved, and supportive of their child’s new interest.
- For Parents – by The Psion Guild & Rainsong
Addresses common questions and concerns of parents, including: is psionics Witchcraft or Satanism, where does the power used in psionics come from, why should I let my kids practice psionics, what if my child develops psi ability without training and why should they develop their ability further, and are there any harmful side effects to practicing psionics. Includes a section addressing questions specific to Wicca and paganism (the difference between psionics and magick, and if my child practices psionics are they no longer Wiccan or pagan), as well as a section addressing questions specific to Catholicism (whether psionics is forbidden by the Church, and if my child practices psionics have they left the Church).
- Intro. to Psionics: Letter to Parents – by KMiller
Explanation for parents of children starting the study of psionics, written when there was less information easily available to laymen. Addresses common questions of parents of children who are getting into psionics as a hobby.
- Intro. to Psionics: For the Parents of Gifted Individuals – by KMiller
Explanation for parents of children starting the study of psionics, written when there was less information easily available to laymen. Addresses parents of children who have natural abilities who may be looking for help with what is happening to them.