5 Techniques For Beginners
Brett Stuart, author of Remote Viewing: The Complete Guidebook and founder of Technical Intuition (previously Troika Group) is dedicated to the promotion and application of the consciousness hacking” tool known as Remote Viewing, sometimes referred to as non-local perception. You will also receive instructions on how to make your own practice targets, recommended reading for Remote Viewers, and what’s next for you as you move into your full potential. Read on to learn how to remote view and discover fascinating facts about this amazing skill.
Although much of this information has found a place through anecdote and in personal conversation, including articles and interviews with various individuals involved in the studies, in The Reality of ESP Targ has taken the opportunity afforded by increased declassification to organize and assemble the material into a concise compendium.
Remote viewing (RV) is a form of clairvoyance by which a viewer is said to use his or her clairvoyant abilities to “view”, i.e. gather information on a Target consisting of an object, place, person, etc., which is hidden from physical view of the viewer and typically separated from the viewer in space by some distance, and sometimes separated in time (future or past) as well.
However, the purest form of the original CRV methodology is taught through our company Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc. A “remote viewer” was tasked to locate a Soviet Tu-95 bomber which had crashed somewhere in Africa, which he allegedly did within several miles of the actual wreckage.
Once you become confident in remote viewing over short distances, increase those distances. The relaxed state is linked with remote viewing, causing a positive feedback effect which amplifies remote viewing in future. If you are good enough of a remote viewer that you are on the public radar someone would have paid you to make a prediction about the plane or any other major world event.
The test for psychic giftedness was simple: set up a remote target, such as a specific building or a garden, and send a person out to it. Then find out which subject could accurately reproduce it by seeing only through the eyes of the person who was at the target.