I would have to say that looking at your person regimen, the first thing that struck me was that you were spread too thin. You have approached it in a manner of being a jack-of-all-trades; you’re trying to be good at everything at once. In theory, this sounds like it makes sense, the whole idea that one should be well-rounded. However, there are two observations that come to mind looking at this.
Going over that list of regimen activities, I found that there is no one exercise that your are practicing for more than 12 minutes a day. Your Psychic Vision and Energy Sensing work has been divided into 2 exercises that are only practices 6 minutes per day. What this means is that with these 4 exercises, no one exercises has gotten practiced for more than 3 hours. In 30 days, you would have only managed to have spent 3 hours practicing each exercise in total, and no more than 6 hours per skill combined.
What this boils down to is this: you possibly spend more time on your computer in a day than you would spend practicing your magical skills. Moreover, the weekly on your computer almost certainly trumps the monthly total time you spend on these magical skills. I’m not bringing you down here, but I’m pointing out that the concentration of time you get to spend on these skills is not very substantial. Moreover, it probably is bested by things like socializing, computer time, or television in high capacity.
This leads me to my second point, which is that not only magick, but even things like fitness, learning, moneymaking… they aren’t best approached by trying the idea of being “well-rounded”. Most well-rounded people will actually have their start in being able to concentrate and master only a few things at a time rather than trying them all at once. If I tried learning to be a gardener, a plumber, and a car mechanic all at the same time, then this time next week I would be sitting down at home gorging myself on a Netflix marathon of some anime that I could probably live without. However, If I just mastered gardening, there is a good chance that I will not only succeed far better and far faster, but also that I will pick up skills that I need for being a mechanic and a plumber. In gardening you gotta treat things with care, become familiar with tools to build dividers and raised beds, lift heavy things over extended periods of time… these are all valuable things that are worthwhile for the other two skills.
In magic skills, this spillover effect is almost a staple in these skills. Energetic sensitivity and psychic senses are probably the most basic skills in magick. However, if you can’t building a momentum of practice that registers as substantial, then your aren’t really picking a formula that is likely to succeed. Your probably spend more than 6 minutes a day taking a shit. I’m not saying that 6 minutes cannot produce results. However, you should expect that things will take a pretty long while to come around.
Like many people on this forum, you seem eager to contact otherworldly entities. However, I would highly suggest that you use that ambition to fuel another necessary quality: patience. You don’t have the skills that will allow you to confidently approach evocation, and that is why you are frustrated. Rather than raging or letting it get to you (I’m not saying you are raging, but it could happen at this rate), you should focus some of that time on some basic skills. You can wait 2, maybe even 3 months to talk to entities rather than trying to jump the gun. I know EA talks about doing shit like going straight into evocation, and that’s fine for some people. However, many people need to chill and let that shit build for them; I was one of the gun-jumpers.
I personally learned this practicing a Taoist Energy meditation know as the Microcosmic Orbit. You can find it anywhere online, so it’s not like this is some secret thing. However, at that time I would practice 2 yoga movements - Surya Namaskar and something from Yogi Bhajan known as the Sat Kriya. I would do these two things for a total of 3 minutes, followed by 30 minutes of Microcosmic Orbit. I did this 2x a day, and it was pretty simple and quick. I didn’t do anything else, and kinda thought I was slacking.
Then one day, looking to test some of the physical benefits of my practice, I practiced a still sitting posture known as the Egyptian Chair Pose. It’s been popularized in Franz Bardon’s work and I thin Chuckie mentions it as well. It’s just sitting still in a chair with your back perfectly straight while remaining perfectly still. This sounds easy, but it’s probably harder than most yoga asanas. However, I’m sitting in this posture dead still, I mean ore statue than a statue. I’m thinking, “Holy shit, I’m killin’ this exercise.” What I was not ready for was the energetic power of this posture: In no time flat, I was nearly jumping out of body like it was a reflex like coughing. Since I had no use for astral projecting at that time, and because I was training that posture, I managed to stay in body.
This whole situation took a tremendous amount of concentration; remaining still while my astral body was extremely active. However, without ever training astral projection in my life, nor psychic sight, nor even direct concentration exercises, I managed to do all this with relative ease. I could see my energy, I could concentrate on both the physical and astral bodies equally, and I could’ve walked out my body at any time I wanted to.
Of course, what did I do with this new-found ability? I went off and decided to try everything, and thus not only did nothing to advance, but terminated the practice I had set up due to overload. Rather than realizing that energy training and the physical energetic practices in yoga were cultivating skills that were all useful, I went immediately for what I thought to be the “golden egg”.
I’m not trying to scare you from your practice, nor am I trying to tell you that what happened to me will happen to you if you syncopate your practice. However, there is a reason why evocation is usually a later skill, and also a reason why people stay with the basics for a while. I mean, you are chanting bija mantras for 12 minutes a day… many of those mantras are meant to not only be chanted several thousands (in the hundreds of thousands) time overall, but they are also to be chanted in a deep state of consciousness. Not saying they will not work, but again… there’s a good chance you’re going to be at it for a pretty long time.
So my advice is to syncopate and spend more time on your basics.