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What to Expect as a New Remote Viewing Student – Assistance and Resources Available

Posted in Paranormal, Remote Viewing, Self-development by farmerjaneusa on September 7, 2011

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.

84592-55148-110303-01-jane 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.

84592-55148 remote viewing feedbackIt 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.

you are already psychic, the key lies in being trained to use specific proven protocols. Remote viewing is an attention management skill that utilizes that natural function of the mind. Once trained you are capable of using it to improve the quality of your life and the lives of others.

How to Find Out Anything – No Special “Gifts” Needed to Learn

Posted in Conspiracy, Paranormal, Psychology, Remote Viewing, Science, society by farmerjaneusa on August 10, 2010

What is remote viewing:

Remote viewing is the ability to gather information about a distant or unseen target only using the natural function of the mind. It is a science which was developed and  used in the US military & national security programs for intelligence gathering. Primary use for remote viewing in the early days of development was strictly military and espionage use. Common tasks were locating hostages, submarines, troop movement and terrorist operation headquarters

Remote viewing is also sometimes referred to as structured clairvoyance, trained extra-sensory perception  (ESP) or sensing remote locations with the mind.

If you saw the movie called “The Men Who Stare at Goats”, you may remember that remote viewing was the primary talent of Lyn Cassady. Remote viewing is a fascinating subject, full of mysteries, so it’s no wonder Hollywood takes creative license on the topic. The actual process and training is of course much more complex than portrayed in the movies.

The real story:

The fact of the matter is, we have an abundance of proof the programs worked. Every year, for over 20 years, the remote viewing programs had to justify their continued existence to Congress. The programs had to provide evidence of their valued intelligence gathering capabilities before they could receive their funding for the next year.

Protocols and methods improved remote viewing to the point that it could no longer hide from the public eyes.  Since the secrets could no longer be contained, the remote viewing programs were shut down to avoid scrutiny

A few years later we have lots of government documentation showing the program went back into active duty under other project names.

Advancements:

Through research, remote viewing has advanced in leaps and bounds since its early conception. It was discovered that we all have sensory circuits that mimic or help us interpret data from a remote target. If I were to describe a hot apple pie, with steam rising off it, you will probably remember what an apple pie is like. As you read this, memories may bring to mind the smell of hot cinnimon and tangy apples. This is your mind projecting the sensory data to your awareness. Just as you can see and smell and taste an apple pie that does not exist, just by remembering it, you can also remote view in a similar fashion.

Using the perception method of remote viewing, you can 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. If you have had rigorous remote viewing training previously, this will be an easy transition into advanced training.

Remote Viewing Today:

Today Remote viewing  is a thriving industry no longer limited to just the military. Remote viewing is available to the public sector and is used in every area of life imaginable. From locating your missing wallet to tracking down lost children, private corporations and individuals are hiring remote viewers to accomplish the unimaginable.  Now you can learn this new skill too. Go to ProjectJeDi.net to find out how just about anyone, from any walk of life, can develop this amazing tool to find out anything.

First Earth Battalion Screen Saver

Posted in Applications, Science, Uncategorized by farmerjaneusa on May 27, 2010
This is the first official screen saver from First Earth Battalion – Project Jedi portrayed as New Earth Army in the movie “The Men Who Stare at Goats” starring George Clooney, Ewan McGregor, Kevin Spacey, and Jeff Bridges.  It is based on true events.  The movie was created around information in the documentary “Crazy Rulers of the World” and the book “The Men Who Stare at Goats” both by Jon Ronson.

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First Earth Battalion Screen Saver

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Remote Viewing and The Movie “The Men Who Stare At Goats”

Posted in Documentary, Movies, Remote Viewing, Science by farmerjaneusa on October 18, 2009

“Welcome to those who will dare to think the unthinkable, the awakened warriors, and you evolutionary scouts. You are in good company…”

–Jim Channon

 

The Men Who Stare at Goats opens November 6, 2009.

Starring George Clooney, Keven Spacey, Jeff Bridges, Ewan McGregor and of course the goat, this quirky dark comedy is based on the book written by Jon Ronson.

At first you might find it hard to believe this movie was based on a real life story about a top-secret wing of the U.S. military. Remote viewing was barely touched on in the movie, but as far as practical applications it is where most of that research referenced to in the movie lead to. Remote viewers have taken that skill (read: hard work following exacting protocols) to the next level and use it today with astounding results, from knowing someone’s greatest deception (sometimes things are better left unknown) to describing the exact location of Jesus of Nazareth now (He’s on His way and well… it’s not all roses and rainbows; I suggest you “look busy”)… it really can be used to find out just about anything, as long as you are willing to bring to consciousness exactly what it is you want/need to know.

Silly vague questions will only get you the same kind of data. Ask something specific – and you will get something specific in return, if you take the time to do the work – once you’ve been properly trained and get in plenty of practice sessions. In my opinion nothing can beat being fortunate enough to have a bi-location experience during a blind session and finding out during feedback you were experiencing your Saviour being enveloped by a cloud as He left Earth.

 


Acts 1:9-11

King James Version (KJV)

9 And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight.

10 And while they looked stedfastly toward heaven as he went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel;

11 Which also said, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven.

 

(I personally remote viewed each of these verses as individual sessions, as well as the topical cue “Jesus of Nazareth” which yielded, in extremely brief terms, an energetic pyramid; I also completed several sessions pertaining to the location of Jesus which described an almost incredible complex cube like structure moving very fast. If you are a remote viewer, you may email me via http://www.about.me/farmerjaneusa for specific cues and target reference material, or to discuss findings and share remote viewing session work.)

 

Enjoy the Ride.

 

 

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