Remote viewing is a person’s ability to describe or offer details about a location or object that is completely unknown to them and out of reach of the normal senses due to distance, time, or concealment. When it works, it’s a skill that satisfyingly quashes any doubts and disbelief – there is simply no opportunity for ‘cold reading’.
For example, a viewer might be asked to describe a faraway location which they’ve never visited; or an event that happened long ago; or an object sealed in a container or locked in a room; or perhaps even a person or an activity; all without having been told anything about the subject matter. The remote viewer sees the images as if he or she is imagining them, except that the pictures entering the mind really exist and are not simply memories or fictional places. It’s important to note that realising the difference between viewing fiction and reality comes only with practice, as does the ability to maintain a clear and focused mind, so that personal ideas and feelings do not affect the accuracy of the viewing. It’s a highly structured and standardised technique, but the skill is certainly not limited to a few – anyone can have a go. All you need is practice and patience because these dormant abilities are buried deep
in the subconscious mind. Visualisation exercises and meditation are necessary elements in helping remote viewing, as they improve mind and body relaxation, which results in the mind becoming more receptive to out-of-body stimuli. But for it to work, the mind must first be trained for you to be able to view remotely.
A universal skill
Remote viewing can be practised by anyone. It is a natural human ability that takes conscious awareness and practice. It works through the Law of Attraction: the thoughts you send out come back to you as images. Through this process, the information you require is drawn to your mind and access downloaded through the subconscious into the conscious mind. Rather like dream analysis, the interpretation made by the remote viewer is essential to accuracy. It’s imperative that conscious thoughts about what you think an object is, are brushed aside and just outline the images that come into your mind.
Before remote viewing can begin, the remote viewer needs a focus, a point that is offered in several ways. The viewer is given a set of map co-ordinates to tune into. Then someone asks the remote viewer a question about a specific location and the remote viewer is given information on a lost child, person, pet and so on. The answer to a question asked cannot be a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’, because as soon as the remote viewer is asked a question of this nature, the thinking mind gets in the way. The question needs to allow for an answer that comes by describing images; for example, “Where is my cat?” The viewer will tune into the cat and describe the area immediately around it. Or it could be, “What problems are there with the house I am thinking of buying?” In this case, the viewer will begin to see images of the house and pick up on any issues you may not have seen. The viewer will have to notice the images that come to mind, which can only be proved accurate on inspection. And then there’s, “Where should I dig for oil?” Yes, oil companies sometimes use psychics to locate oil, where a remote viewer will scan an area of land with the mind’s eye and notice areas that indicate oil below. And perhaps more worthwhile, are questions like, “My daughter is missing, where is she now?” The viewer will first tune in with the missing girl and then notice the area around her. Occasionally viewers can actually ‘look’ through the missing persons eyes and see what they are seeing.
Fundamentally, remote viewing is actually a form of clairvoyance, following a set of rules. The viewer must be blind to the location being viewed. Clear objectives are laid out and, unlike a clairvoyant reading where the client is involved and often in the same room, remote viewing is, as the name suggests, conducted remotely, often with many miles between the viewer and the location.
If mind-reading in not taking place, then what is fuelling the viewers mind with information?
Science philosophers are discussing the ‘A-field’ as a possible source. This plane, which mystics have believed in for generations, is known as the ‘akashic record’, an invisible store of information that forms the foundations of our world.
The akashic records are thought to span the fabric of time and space. It’s a two-dimensional, holographic field that exists on a realm beyond human perception. Within the A-field are energy imprints, the records, and memories of all time. It may be possible that humans can consciously access the A-field and download information about anything that has ever happened and gain access to any location. The key, it is thought, lies in simply being clear about what you are asking for. Map co-ordinates can offer this clarity.
The Benefits for you:
Remote viewing does not only help locate people and objects or view distant locations. It can also act as a powerful mind tool to help you develop your intuition, increase your inner peace, and release your old and debilitating beliefs that may be withholding you from achieving your deepest dreams and desires. Remote viewing exercises help you expand your mind to be able to manifest what you desire. Indeed, any exercises that practise distinguishing subconscious images from the interference that comes from your thoughts will boost your psychic powers and reinforce your connections on a higher plane. Start by trying it yourself, find ways to incorporate it into your daily routines, try ‘reading’ letters before you open them; or imagine what’s in your email box before you open it. With practise, who knows where your skills may lead you?
Repurposed from Prediction Magazine March 2011
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