People seem to have varying psychic domains. There are different things that people can psychically interact with. The cardinality of possible domains is infinite and who gets what seems to be idiosyncratic, so labeling them is not very meaningful albeit over time terms like telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, psychokinesis, and other terms like that have been coined. The problem with those terms is that the scope of one term is redundant relative to another and the ability of people to interact with things within the scope of that term varies. Experiments show that telepathy and clairvoyance bleed into one another and that clairvoyance and precognition are the same. Calling someone a telepath doesn’t tell you what sort of thoughts of what magnitudes they interact with the same way calling someone clairvoyant does not tell you if they can perceive and interact with things like X-rays or sense the molecular structure of various chemical compounds. Some people can perceive the cognitive aspects of a person’s experience relatively easy whereas some people can perceive the sensory aspects of a person’s experience. Some people can perceive future events easily. Some people can perceptive past events easily. I can perceive the organs inside a person’s body and my fiancé can perceive weather patterns. A domain is an abstraction for a collection of the relationships between your experience and various objects, events, and entities. There are many ideas about why it is idiosyncratic, but I am not going to go into them here.
A person’s psychic domain can be treated as an abstraction of a collection of things that can exert an influence on them – a force. So, if your psychic domain consists of the “thoughts” of people, this implies that the thoughts of people can exert a force on you. A force is something that can cause a change in something else. If you are in a grocery store thinking about what you are going to get for dinner and your psychic domain consists of what other people are thinking, this means it is possible for your perception of your own thoughts to include the perception of another person’s thoughts. This means that your experience was changed because of a relationship with someone else’s thoughts. There are varying domains of different types and different magnitudes that allow for multidimensional vectors I.e. force/influences. Think of gravity and mass. Things fall to the ground because gravity can interact with mass. A person who can psychically perceive and experience the thoughts of others can be knocked flat on their butt to the floor by the possible interaction.
Intuitively, you know that 1 is greater than 3 and that 3000 is greater than 1 and 3. That size is referred to as a magnitude. How big or small or greater or lesser something is would be described by its magnitude. When you are talking about domains, what drives the possible magnitudes and the behavior of the relationships are things like scalars and degrees. If I said the domain of x is any real number and x=2, then x=2. If x=3, then x=3. If x=100, then x=100. Notice that the magnitude is not changing that fast at all. Instead of the expression x, the expression is x10 where the domain of x is any real number. If x=2, then (2)10=1024. If x=3, then that means (3)10=59049. Notice how fast the values are growing. How strongly a possible interaction within a person’s psychic domain can influence them or how strongly they can influence something else is based on the idiosyncratic structure of the range of that domain because it determines the magnitude. This means that how strongly a future event influences someone who can perceive future events and/or thoughts is impacted by the behavior of vectors – eigenvectors, in their psychic domain. A characteristic or property of a person’s psychic domain can act as a “force multiplier” that creates the illusion of a person being more “sensitive”.
Fields, Energy, and Forces
Psychic domains are not psychic fields albeit they can be extended by psychic fields. A psychic domain is an abstraction of valid possible things or relationships among things. A way to think of it is that it is the totality of all possible “inputs” that are valid concerning a psychic action. A field is an abstraction of dimensions consisting of additive and multiplicative pairs that satisfy field axioms: associativity, commutativity, distributivity, identity, and inverses. Those axioms describe properties that result in certain symmetries. Ideas of fields are not needed when it comes to ideas of psychic forces, actions, etc. since all you need are relationships, and psychic fields likely do not occur in most cases. When it comes to determining if these things are fields, which they could be, you couldn’t do it on the fly without analytical methods. A lot of analysis is required to determine if you indeed are dealing with a psychic field; however, any valid relationship between a person’s experience, events, objects, so on and so forth falls within a domain of knowledge they perceived psychically I.e. their psychic domain.