At 4th level a monk gains access to a ki pool and its size is usually reflected by 1/2 level and wisdom modifier
At 4th level, a monk gains a pool of ki points, supernatural energy he can use to accomplish amazing feats. The number of points in a monk's ki pool is equal to 1/2 his monk level + his Wisdom modifier.
When a spell like owls wisdom is cast on you, how exactly does this reflect on your ki pool?
The transmuted creature becomes wiser. The spell grants a +4 enhancement bonus to Wisdom, adding the usual benefit to Wisdom-related skills. Clerics, druids, and rangers (and other Wisdom-based spellcasters) who receive owl's wisdom do not gain any additional bonus spells for the increased Wisdom, but the save DCs for their spells increase.
How I have played is that I track my uses of ki points. If I normally have 8 ki points and use them all, then have owls wisdom cast on me, I consider my pool to currently be 2 larger while the spell is active. If I use any of those points however, they still count towards the ones I have used, so after the spell runs out and is recast, I have still used those points.
Is this way correct or wrong?