Remote Viewing Techniques

Written by Elizabeth Rose
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There are several levels to remote viewing techniques as well as several levels of skill in each practice. Basics of the remote viewing process are generally learned in one workshop, while further practice in the basics constitutes a more intermediate level. Once these levels are mastered and the student is comfortable more advanced techniques can then be learned. There are a couple of different options available to students once they reach more advanced levels.

Exploring Remote Viewing Techniques

In a basic or introductory remote viewing workshop, the student is told about the history of the program and its scientific basis. Remote viewing was originally developed as part of a secret program run by the CIA and military intelligence. Since these organizations needed results to be reproducible and verifiable, the techniques are simple enough for most people to gain at least some facility in using them. Protocols are taught along with symbols that allow students to bring information in directly, circumventing the conscious mind.

Once these basics are mastered, students are given coded numbers that represent coordinates on a map. They use these to generate information about a place they have never been or seen. The coded coordinates guarantee that students who are skilled navigators cannot "cheat" by recalling locations on a map. Results are compared and the experiment repeated until the student is confident that they are actually performing the remote viewing techniques.

Once this level of knowledge is achieved, the student is no longer operating out of a belief that they are in some way imagining these results or getting "lucky." At this point it is possible to teach students an extended remote viewing techniques that allow them to navigate their own inner spaces and mysteries as well as explore the outer world. These techniques involve creating and consciously entering Alpha and, later, Theta brainwave states. There are many interesting potentials in these types of experiences, including viewing other dimensions, civilizations and places in time.

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