How to Perform a Remote Viewing: 14 Easy Steps

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The capacity to gain correct knowledge about a distant or non-local location, person, or event without utilizing your physical senses or any other apparent methods is referred to as “remote vision.”

It is linked to the concept of clairvoyance and is also referred to as “anomalous cognition” or “second sight” in certain circles.

The ability to do distant viewing, in contrast to naturally occurring psychic receptivity, is a talent that can be acquired via practice and is beyond the reach of the typical individual.

As Your Assignment: Increase Your Receptivity to Data Coming From Your Unconscious Processes

Your brain is responsible for producing around 80% of the sensory information that you take in at any one instant.

Your mind uses a tiny sample of the surrounding environment to form the most accurate assumption it can about what is going on around you in order to conserve energy and time.

When you engage in remote viewing, you make an effort to express extremely delicate information that is far weaker than what can be picked up by your conscious awareness.

Your mission is to develop a greater sensitivity to nuanced information and learn how to gather information from your unconscious mind in a timely manner without interference from your conscious mind.

Throughout the course of each day, set aside some time to reflect on the sensory information that is immediately around you.

Take note of your environment, including the variety of colors, noises, and fragrances that are there.

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Consider this: increasing the amount of presence you have in the present moment will raise your sensitivity to subtle information.

Give the Practice of Remote Viewing a Go

1. Choose many different targets.

Ask a close friend or member of your family to act as your remote viewing assistant and choose five to ten photographs. Ask them to cut the photos out of the magazines and then paste them, one at a time, onto sheets of white paper so that there is just one picture per page. The photographs should be taken from real life and include things like people, buildings, and natural settings, among other things. Request that they not use a target image that the viewer may find upsetting or objectionable in any way.

2. Have your assistant enclose the pictures in an envelope at your request.

Request that your aid in remote viewing place the pictures in an envelope made of manila paper with the written side facing down and be completely silent about them. You are going to look at each one individually, and at the end of each viewing session, the target with its back to you that is on top of the stack will provide you with feedback.

3. Quiet your thoughts.

You want to expose yourself to the bare minimum of mental clutter.

4. Let go.

Put the date, the hour, and any thoughts you wish to let go of that could be a distraction while you are watching the show down on paper.

5. Think about the first target that comes to mind.

The first step in the process is to describe the most fundamental impressions that you have of the first target location, event, or person. What do you think stands out as the most significant feature of the target? Is it natural, or did someone create it? Do you have land or water on all sides? Put a few different adjectives down on paper.

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6. Refrain from giving yourself a second opinion.

Take down on paper the very first thing that occurs to you. The less noticeable they are, the better. Simply make sure that you record the facts in the most detailed manner possible and refrain from passing judgment on anything.

7. In your subconscious, connect the dots.

Your intellect and autonomic nervous system are both contributing to the information that is being gathered. The concept behind this is that your unconscious mind already has all of the information it needs about the target; it just needs to convey this information to your conscious mind. It achieves this by working its way through your body via sensations and sentiments of a very delicate kind.

8. Describe the fundamentals.

Notate whatever information pertaining to the senses comes to mind, such as sights, scents, tastes, and temperatures. It’s possible that you’ll start sensing dimensions, which are also known as sizes, forms, and patterns. It’s also possible that you’ll start having an emotional response to the objective.

9. Sketch a drawing of the objective.

Take your time, and don’t be concerned about how the drawing will turn out.

10. Find a bird’s-eye perspective.

Imagine that you are hovering at a height of several hundred feet above the area of interest. Do you have any unexpected insights on the goal that you can share with me? Take a moment to jot down your concluding thoughts and feelings about the objective.

11. Bring the meeting to a close.

Record the time as well as a condensed version of what you saw in writing.

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12. Seek out comments and suggestions.

Take out the picture that’s on top of the envelope to see how well you performed. Examine the picture carefully, paying close attention to the details of its colors and forms, and comparing it to the information in your notes. It’s possible that the findings may surprise you.

13. Go over it again and do it again.

Don’t give up hope if you didn’t find anything in the picture that resonated with you. Not only is attaining accuracy secondary to the primary goal of RV, which is to learn about oneself, keep in mind that the capacity for distant vision is one that may be developed. It is necessary to carry out the procedure described above for each of the remaining targets in the envelope.

14. Let go of the need to always be correct.

First and foremost, remember to enjoy yourself.

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