The following is a summary of my hypothesis of the mechanisms involved in psi processes.
When an individual finds themselves in an urgent need (psi is theorized to be a evolutionary survival mechanism by most parapsychologists), I assume the psychophysiological stress caused by the ‘need’ results in oxidative stress in various areas of the body.
I assume this results in the increase of the amplitude of the ultra-weak biophotonic field around the individual (scientifically proven to exist) due to electrons in the body being lowered to the ground state where by emitting biophotons.
At this time, I assume the biophotons then detect diverse information in regards to the individual, the situation, and the environment via the quantum teleportation of information (communication of information at a distance between photons; a scientific possibility).
I then assume the biophoton energy is then converted into electrical energy (scientifically possible) and the information is then processed by the central nervous system, and sent through the memory areas of the brain (a parapsychological theory with a very solid basis) and shortly thereafter the information is consciously cognized by the individual.
This particular model assumes the process of receiving psi-based information through Clairvoyance. The same model can be used to describe ESP reception and transmission, and PK (e.g. 'environment, biophotonic field, CNS, memory, conscious awareness' or reverse 'conscious/subconscious intent, memory, CNS, biophotonic field, environment.')
The first sight model helps the parapsychological community answer difficult questions like “why do ghosts wear clothes?” or “how can there be apparitions of living individuals?”
Such experiences are assumed the result of hallucinations, possibly mediated via telepathy or clairvoyance. Such hallucinations are assumed a product of the mind and constructed from images in the "receivers" memory, rather from the "senders" memory.
Therefore, it is assumed that no mediation of visual impressions from the sender to the receiver has occurred, but rather the mediation of generalized information to be later cognized via the receivers own memorial images.
Assumptions continue suggesting that the images are retrieved from the receiver’s conscious and subconscious memory (i.e. extrasensory experience arises exclusively from memory).