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What is Perception Based Remote Viewing and What Does it Take to Become a Remote Viewer?

Posted in Paranormal, Remote Viewing, Science by farmerjaneusa on August 1, 2010

Perception based Remote Viewing is using perception as it pertains to specific sensory functions and “wetware” within the brain to obtain data, bypassing our usual sensory organs.  Also called “remote sensory perception”, “extra sensory perception”, “remote resonance” and even in some cases “holy sensory perception”, remote viewing is the fusion of our inborn ability to resonate with a “location” or “target” or even a “concept” coupled with a practiced skill to disseminate data from imagination, stay focused on the task at hand and stay within proven protocols within one methodology. It is possible to learn to virtually see, hear, smell, taste and feel something miles away using only your current God given sensory system, attention management, pen and paper.  Although the process begins with extremely basic perceptions of color and texture, as the remote viewer progresses more deeply into the session even abstract concepts and specific sounds, up to and including vocalized words, can be reliably gathered by more experienced remote viewer in the advanced stages of a session.

No previous experience or skills are necessary.  You need not be an artist or consider yourself psychic.

To learn more about remote viewing contact me through the email form at about.me and feel free to ask me any questions you may have, including how to get started.  I do provided some free training and assistance for those who are motivated.  You may also do a search on remote viewing in the search bar on this blog.

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