One of the burning questions people have when they first discover remote viewing is, How can I try it? Though it takes training, time, and practice to become a highly-skilled operational-level remote viewer, it is fairly easy for even a beginner to do a simple remote viewing experiment successfully. Below are some guidelines for two basic experiments.
One easy type of experiment involves merely trying to "see" what is in a picture sealed in an opaque envelope. Have a friend select several clear, interesting photos with strong shapes, lines, and colors, paste each on a plain white piece of paper, and seal each in a separate opaque envelope (it is important that nothing of the contents shows through to the outside). Your friend should also number the envelopes sequentially from "1" to whatever the highest number is. Read more
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
How to Do a Simple Remote viewing Session
If you've heard of remote viewing and would like to try it, here's how to conduct a simple session.