Remote viewing is a tool you can use to improve your life. It is a tool that must be earned on a regular basis with practice and fine-tuned by honorable use. It is not glamorous, not a particularly exciting process to go through, not something to pick up when the rare mood strikes you, or a useless star-streaked ride through wondrous astral planes. Perception based remote viewing is an attention management skill.
Remote viewing can be used to find out just about anything. The most practical way to spend your time in session is to discover information that will help improve your life, and perhaps the lives of others. Sure you could attempt to find out if you should keep seeing some guy, or when the next big earthquake is going to occur, but you could also find out your next best employment opportunity; or what you should be doing to obtain optimum health; perhaps even work with others to find missing children and assist in their recovery; or discover the method to develop the next bestselling widget to help improve the quality of a sick person’s life half way around the world.
People have all kinds of wild ideas about what a session might look like. It is not meant to appear “artistic” or feel “other worldly” but is more a data gathering function that results in a simple diagram with simple shapes and words that help describe what is going on. Most people that start out only have simple lines, angles, circles, rectangles and motion indicators, and some basic words that help describe what they are seeing (and that’s the way it should be when you first get started.)
You spend roughly 45 minutes sitting still in a chair, recording your perceptions in a very orderly way. It’s quite boring to watch and most serious remote viewers want to be alone while they do this to avoid distractions showing up in session (except for those that use a monitor as is the case with some CRV based methods).
There is a wealth of information hidden in simplicity. I have known quite a number of non-remote viewers who seem put off by the S.T. (site template) of a session, the final result of the data gathered. It may not look like much, or just come off as a jumble of simple drawings surrounded by words with nothing immediately standing out as anything of interest. Once you have learned the basics of remote viewing, it becomes quite easy to read and have an idea of what is being portrayed, just as an electrician or architect can immediately make sense of blueprints.
It takes months or years of steady practice to walk into session day in and day out, able to draw and describe something in such great and accurate detail that anyone looking at an S.T., including the viewer, is almost always able to name it and explain what is going on or what is the significance of that object.
If you are in search of an unknown, as is often the case with a cue (like a question, a set of words) based remote viewing assignment, you may feel lost at first when trying to make sense of the final product. Greater understanding often is gleaned by providing yourself with feedback: by viewing the photo or reading the cue. It is then that two and two make four. Even with simple photos provided after the completion of a practice session, there are often a number of “aha” moments. It’s these moments that help us to improve.
For group projects only certain data is relied upon: that which repeats itself over at least 2 remote viewer’s sessions for the same assignment. Through trials it has been shown that information gathered in this way approaches 100% accuracy. If you complete a session twice, (preferably blind to the fact that you are completing the same session an additional time) you can usually take the data that repeats and rely on that to help you make decisions. Of course, common sense should always prevail.
There are simple techniques you can use when setting up your “blind assignment basket” so that you can complete a session on the same assignment twice and not know that you are doing so. This is a slower way of gathering information, but also results in the ability to keep an important project private as well as knowing which information gathered is most reliable.
There are many misconceptions about what remote viewing is and what it is related to in application, form and function. Perception remote viewing is not channeling or meditation or happens as a result of emptying your mind or relaxing or listening to sound, nor is it dowsing or astral projection. No amount of supplements, mantras or subliminal tapes are going to make you able to RV or cause you to have a spontaneous “RV experience” or improve the quality of your work. Only practice, observation and following protocol will cause you to improve. In terms of practicality, it is worlds away from the value astrology reports or tarot card readings can provide (I used to be paid to do both, but have completely quit them).
On a side note… I was very “oh look a squirrel” before I began and would want to scrap sessions left and right for the first six months because I was realizing I had so much brain chatter it was hard to focus. I worked through it and just kept practicing. Now it’s easier for me to focus even when I’m not in session.
I have posted a sample remote viewing practice session to give you a taste of what to expect should you be interested in learning remote viewing.
Remote viewing requires a commitment to yourself. You must also know why, deep down inside you want to learn and why you want to have this skill at your disposal. You don’t have to have romantic notions of changing the world, but you have to believe yourself and have a strong conviction that keeps you going when times get tough.The easiest part of remote viewing is learning the basic rules. If you are not sure yet if remote viewing is right for you, I suggest just jumping in and learn the basics, while letting yourself know it’s fine if you want to pull back after your initial training to evaluate if this is something you want to be a part of your life, to integrate into your own being, like any other skill or hobby. That time after someone learns to go through the motions and can stumble through a complete session is when a large majority of people either decide they love it or can leave it. The water’s warm, so pull up your skivvies and take the plunge. You won’t melt, I promise.
If you have questions, want to learn more about the subject in general or would like help getting started I do offer some free training and provide free practice photo assignments. I also extend confidential assistance with blind pools, cuing, basic project management and analysis for the novice and experienced remote viewer. We are all here to help each other, just email via the contact form on about.me.
In response to the many questions we receive about remote viewing and the perception process, we have decided to post a Q&A series of articles to answer the most commonly asked questions. We hope you will enjoy it.
This is part one of a five part question and answer series (Q&A) on perception based remote viewing, also known as Solo ERV or SERV.
Each article in the series will contain frequently asked questions about perception and remote viewing.
We will address questions on a variety of remote viewing experience levels. Some of the questions will be for those new to remote viewing, other Q&A will be for experienced and advanced remote viewers.
Visit ProjectJedi.net for answers to questions you may have never thought to ask! If you have questions about remote viewing that haven’t been answered you can always visit the new open group on Facebook. So far I’ve seen a lot of friendly people there heavily interested psychic abilities, health topics and sharing knowledge.
You can view a sample video from the Project Jedi Remote Viewing Training DVD Set here.
Yes. If you believe you can do it, you can. If you use proven techniques you will have better results. If your intention is clear and steady you will be satisfied you have really affected something too far away to touch with your hands.
Don’t take my word for it, try it, research it, practice. If you are skeptical, all the better. I do not mean skeptical in the sense that it is taken by most people today where you have to add the word “healthy” in front of it to get your meaning across. I mean have an open mind and give it a fair shot yourself, WANTING to HONESTLY see results while using a CONSISTENT method.
I’ve been practicing and getting better everyday. I started off taking photos, but I found it distracting, and also felt like I was just setting myself up to brag, so for now I am holding off with videos and photos as “proof”. When I become more comfortable with the idea of having this gift (that we all have) perhaps I will share as a means of inspiration. The truth is, if you want to believe – you will and if you don’t – no amount of proof is going to get you to change your mind. You just have to do it and see for yourself.
I highly recommend the new book, Cloud Bursting: Modern Day Rain Makers & Air Benders for a scientific and historical introduction to cloud bursting. Included are step by step instructions and an invitation to join a community of cloud bursters wanting to help improve their environment.
If you have a personal cloud bursting experience or would like to ask trained cloud bursters a question, feel free to join the new Cloud Bursting group at Facebook.
Keep looking up!
From Ted Talks on YouTube: “Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor had an opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: One morning, she realized she was having a massive stroke. As it happened — as she felt her brain functions slip away one by one, speech, movement, understanding — she studied and remembered every moment. This is a powerful story about how our brains define us and connect us to the world and to one another.”
This video starts out mild enough, but be prepared to be moved by the powerful emotion. For those who have had a stroke, you may want to share this video with those who you feel “just don’t get it” when you have tried to explain to them what is happening to you.
You might be asking: What does having a stroke have to do with the question “Who Am I?”
A simple question, but if you have been searching you know there is no simplistic answer that can fit into one sentence. Jill illustrates her experience, her unexpected jolt from her ordinary routine of daily life, in such a beautiful way that you cannot help but question your reality from yet another perspective.
It is my personal opinion that you are not learning about the world around you unless you are provoked into even more questions. Wisdom is found along the path, not in the destination.
Products containing ethyl mercury thiosalicylic acid as a preservative:
Cosmetics, including makeup removers, mascara, and eye moisturizers
Ear, eye, and nose drops
Merthiolate topical antiseptic
Some contact lens solutions
Topical medicated sprays
Vaccines (including most influenza vaccines and Sanofi’s avian flu vaccines)
Other common sources of mercury:
Air conditioner filters
Amalgams (silver fillings)
Calomel (talc, body powders)
Cinnabar (used in jewelry)
Drinking water (tap and well), plumbing and piping
Floor waxes and polishes
Paint pigments and solvents
Vegetables and fruits exposed to pesticides
Other names for this ethylmercury:
Ethyl (2-mercaptobenzoato-S) mercury sodium salt
[(o-carboxyphenyl)thio] Ethylmercury sodium salt
Examples of products containing thimerosal
|Antibiotics for the Eye|| Cortisporin® Ophthalmic Suspension
Neosporin® Ophthalmic Solution
|Nasal Preparations|| Nasal Moist® AF
Neo-Synephrine® Pediatric Formula, Mild Formula, Regular Strength, and Extra Strength Nasal Spray
|Ear Preparations|| Coly-mycin® S Otic
Cortisporin® Otic Suspension
|Cosmetics|| L’Oreal® Miracle Wear Mascara
Tetanus and diphtheria toxoid
Examples of Products Free of Thimerosal
|Eye Preparations|| Bausch & Lomb® Dry Eye Therapy
Murine® Lubricating Eyedrops
Tobrex® and Tobradex® Solution or Ointment
Polysporin® Ophthalmic Ointment
|Contact Lens Products|| Renu® Enzymatic Cleaner
Opti-One® Rewetting Drops
Bausch & Lomb® Sensitive Eyes Sterile Saline Spray
|Nasal Preparations|| Afrin® Nasal Spray and Drops
NTZ® Nasal Spray and Drops
| Ear Preparations
||Cortisporin® Otic Solution|
|Cosmetics|| All Almay® products
All Physicians Formula® products
|Vaccines||Most live-virus vaccines including influenza vaccine|
If you are sensitive to mercury, you will also be sensitive to:
Piroxicam (Feldene®), an non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug
Thimerosal Patient Counseling Center, www.truetest.com
Alternative & Complementary Therapies, June 1997
This list is also available in PDF format for easy printing.
Total length: 34 minutes
This is a selection of videos related to remote viewing.
If you would like to learn I suggest the DVD set available at www.HumanPotentialIndustries.com
Always focus on your “hits” (stay positive) and commit yourself completely to mastering one method.
RV is more about untraining mental habits you may have never knew you had, releasing any “psychic” habits as well as letting go of any old methodologies and related previous training.
To properly learn, not be disappointed and get the most “bang for your buck”, you must practice frequently, sticking to the “rules” within the methodology, with every session, to the best of your ability.
Look for more practical remote viewing videos on my channel, based on the Solo ERV method taught in the Project Jedi Remote Viewing Training DVD set.
Leave a comment and let me know what original content you’d like to see.
One aspect of remote viewing is developing good habits such as consistently eliminating current distractions and foreseeing possible distractions during session. But what about when there isn’t any practical way to rid yourself of environmental distractions?
What would you do?
I began my training very close to this bell. I timed my practice sessions to just after midnight and just after noon if at all possible.
I am trained in the methods available on the Project Jedi Remote Viewing Training 4 DVD Set available at ProjectJeDi.net
It is better to improvise, using the tools available to you, than to insist on ideal conditions in which to operate.
“The wind does not break the tree that bends.”
Several methods were discussed on the Project Jedi Remote Viewing DVD Training Set for creating a CRN (Coordinate Reference Number). You are not limited to these methods and you are encouraged to create your own reliable methods that work for you.
It is a good idea to be able to produce numbers sufficiently different from what you or others may happen to create and attach to an assignment. The goal is to have a unique number associated with every photo or cue assigned to a remote viewer.
By feeling comfortable using several methods that properly suit the purpose, you will be better prepared for non-optimal conditions (This is an example of the “no excuse” mentality for implementing RV for your own survival.)
When you have decided to introduce a new method into your preparations for obtaining random numbers for a CRN, test it out first.
Here are a few questions you should ask yourself about the resulting CRN: Is it truly random? Is it random enough to be used in emergency situations? Is it not random, but acceptable as a last resort? Will you actually have easy access to the needed materials when it comes time to create a CRN? Is the method simple and fast enough to be practical? Is there any way to streamline it? Do you like using it?
Practice the process without creating an assignment you will actually remote view. Have you found it good enough to use to make one or two CRNs when you have no other options, or is it better suited for creating batches of practice photo assignments? Do you feel confident in using it?
One common way to select numbers is by using an online random number generator. Many factors may stop you from creating a string of random numbers in the manner you are accustomed to, but don’t let that stop you from using acceptable protocols for remote viewing. For the moment, if you are reading this off of a website, an online random number generator is a completely viable option.
However, never put all your eggs in one basket.
What other “number generators” do you personally have readily available?
The quickest way to acquire numbers suitable for a CRN is to rely on knowledge of the date and time. This method creates a 12 digit CRN. The first half is the date, expressed as a string of six numbers representing the year, month and day in whatever order you usually use. The second half is the hour, minute and second, of the moment you looked at the clock, expressed in either civilian or military format.
Be aware that you do not have an equal chance of all of those digits being 0-9. You can further customize this number by replacing the first number of each six digit set with your initials or some letters from your name.
Turning Diversions into Tools
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At one point or another you may require security for your documents. Perhaps you have been put in charge of safely delivering documents & photos or perhaps you would simply like to keep personal family photos or financial information safely in reach of the proper authorities.
Many remote viewing missions are of a confidential nature. You may be tracking a terrorist, a kidnapped child, or have other information you do not wish to get into the wrong hands. Remote viewing instructors also face this challenge. An envelope is needed to conceal the assignment for the RV student which can not be opened until they hand in their assignment.
Encrypted files on your hard drive or Internet storage location are easy to locate/recognize because they often are locked with passwords and usually contain obvious file extensions used by popular retail compression and encryption/decryption software.
The best tactic known is to hide in plain sight. What if you could hide all your encrypted documents and photos inside a image file like a photo? Guess what? You can and it’s FREE and easy for anyone to do!