Step-by-step guide to experience remote viewing

Remote viewing is the idea that a person with psi abilities can mentally acquire information about a distant or otherwise hidden object or location about which they have no other means of obtaining information and from which she has no prior knowledge.

The alleged psychic competence has been studied by parapsychologists for decades, while skeptics have disputed its existence. The alleged phenomenon has been taken very seriously over the years by many academic institutes and has even been actively researched by secret US intelligence departments in classified programs like the CIA’s Stargate project.

Remote viewing is the ability to psychically “see” events, unknown sites, or unknown information at any distance. The CIA was interested in harnessing this ability to allow them to train psychic spies to spy on their enemies around the world. The CIA was attracted to the use of psychic powers because they were “passive”, “inexpensive” and, best of all, there were “no known defenses”.

Apparently those leading the project within the agency reported some success, but ultimately a review found that the Stargate project had failed to obtain credible evidence that remote viewing worked and was useful to the services. intelligence, so the project was canceled in 1995 and downgraded.

Although the technique was not useful to the government agency, the method of psychic visualization is still of interest to parapsychologists, who to this day conduct experiments to test the validity of the claims. Below are seven steps you can take to embark on your own journey in psi research and remote viewing.

1. Select a target

Usually, in a remote viewing experience, a seeker will place a target object in a sealed box or room, or give the viewer information about the intended target, such as its map coordinates. This is known as Coordinate Remote Viewing (CRV). If you are testing your remote viewing abilities at home, the obvious thing to do is to have someone place an object in a room in your house and then use your mind powers to try to “see “What is this object.

However, this method is flawed because there is no way to know where the information actually came from if you are successful. You may have clearly seen the object in the room in your mind, it would be remote viewing. But it’s also a possibility that you got the information by reading the mind of the person who placed the object there, in which case you would have been using telepathy, not remote viewing.

To help reduce the possibility that telepathy or other extrasensory abilities are the cause of a correctly seen target, make sure no one knows what the target is. You can do this by randomly selecting a set of GPS coordinates for the purpose of the experiment, then later checking what’s there on Google Street View to validate your view.

In our experience, we’ve found that this results in many similar views consisting of a road with trees or vegetation to the side and maybe a building or two. This means that many of these random views simply don’t have enough striking or unique characteristics to validate a successful session.

We have developed a few tools to work around this problem. The idea is that a laptop, tablet or phone is placed in a controlled environment where the screen cannot be seen. Once out of sight, the tool generates a random target for you to focus on. You can try remote viewing with a random number generator or with a random image, such as an image of an object or location. Both tools can be accessed below…

2. Induce a state of physical relaxation and mental clarity

Before you begin, make sure you have paper and writing materials handy, you will need them later.

You’ll need to dedicate at least 15 minutes of uninterrupted time per session, so find a quiet room in the house away from noise and distractions, ideally without bright colors or loud shapes. Put your phone in silent mode and turn off or silence any other gadgets that might be bothering you. Then close the blinds, dim the lights, and find a comfortable chair to sit on.

Take a few minutes to completely relax physically and mentally, clearing your mind of all thoughts, worries and stress. At this point, don’t even think about the task at hand. The goal is to prevent the mind from wandering and to make the psyche a black void or blank screen, allowing it to focus undistracted later in the experience.

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Tips to clear your mind

If you’re having trouble achieving mental clarity and creating a black void, here’s a quick mental exercise you can try to improve.

Simply count in your head from 1 to 20 leaving a few seconds between each number. However, if other thoughts come to mind, go back to number one and start counting again.

It’s harder than it looks and you might struggle at first, but practice regularly and eventually you can clear your mind and count to 20 without distraction, a skill you can put to good use. when trying to view remotely.

3. Target your mind

Now that your mind is free of distractions, it’s time to focus on your goal of gaining information about your target. You should begin by directing your mind to the target with a sense of expectation. Think about what you know, whether it’s map coordinates, the location of an object, or the bright screen with a random image or number on it.

Ask yourself what the target is. Feel the excitement of answering this question and the joy and satisfaction you will feel when you achieve your goal. Do not rush this step, do all you can to clarify your intention and train your whole being on your target.

Steps two and three should each take at least two to three minutes, but ideally you should allow up to half an hour to fully relax and focus your mind before moving on to step four.

4. Capture Lightning Bolts of Insight

It’s time to grab your pen and paper. Gently hold the pen to the paper, just let it hang down and don’t think about it too much and keep focusing on your target. There’s no rush, but when you’re ready and feel like the time is right, start drawing while keeping the target in mind.

At this point you are not trying to draw the full vision. Just sketch the first thing that comes to mind, it can be just abstract shapes, lines, symbols or letters. Try not to analyze what you draw or make sense of it. Don’t worry if it sounds abstract, clarity will follow later.

Again, when the time feels right, write down your initial thoughts and feelings about the target. It can be emotional feelings, colors, smells, tastes, sounds, temperature or movement. Maybe even materials, finishes, textures or an idea of ​​its size. Is it organic? Industrial? Are there people? Is it light or dark?

Try not to form a solid opinion of what you’ve drawn at this point, but if anything comes to mind, write it next to the doodle, but mark it with an asterisk to indicate that it was perhaps based on your own conscious analytical reasoning rather than psi-based insight.

5. Focus on your target

In this step, you should try to get more details by refocusing your mind based on the new information you have acquired. Use those flashes of insight you’ve drawn, think of what you’ve written as your initial thoughts, and ask yourself the question again, “what’s the target?”

Mentally examine what you see, try to change perspective or point of view, closer or further, above or below. Then, when you’re ready, draw or write down anything you see or feel you didn’t notice the first time. Again, don’t try to over-analyze this, just let it sink in.

6. See your target

It’s time to put it all together and sketch out your target and for the first time to start analyzing your accumulated perceptions. Review your sketches and notes. Use whatever works for you to create a new sketch, don’t worry about leaving things out if they’re no longer part of the puzzle.

Write down what you think is the target and anything you can’t convey in a drawing like emotions, smells, tastes, sounds, temperature or movement.

In your mind, examine the target again for details you might have missed and add them to your drawing, but try to pick out the elements that seem meaningful, vivid, or accompanied by a sense of conviction. These are more likely to be true psi insights and help filter out any fleeting bursts of imagination generated by your conscious mind.

7. Measure your success

With the experiment now complete, it’s time to analyze your results by finding out what the actual target was and comparing your final drawing and thoughts. Ideally you will be on the spot and your recorded perception of the target will match the actual target.

If you’ve been less specific on this occasion, resist the temptation to throw away your paper and move on, there’s potentially a lot to learn from even a failed remote viewing session. Review your sketches and notes of each step to see if any of the thoughts and feelings you had fit the target.

For example, you could have drawn a snowman even though the target was a bridge. However, if you had written the word “cold”, perhaps it could be related to the cold metal the bridge is made of.

Likewise, if you haven’t fought that urge to apply analytical thinking, your conscious mind might have reinvented some elements of your perceptions. For example, if you initially chose wooden beams, you may have envisioned the vision of a log cabin, when the actual target was a pirate ship.

If there are hints that you were on the right track in your previous doodles, then you know where to focus in order to improve your performance in later experiments.

Try!

Once you have studied this guide and have everything you need, including free time and a quiet space to practice. Why not put your psi abilities to the test and try to gain psychic insight into our randomly generated targets. You can get started by pressing one of the buttons below…

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