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Psychics see your past, present, and future sometimes implement the process known as Remote Viewing. I’ve had the privilege to train with some of the most world renowned Remote Viewers, including Dr. Paul H. Smith, who was a remote viewer in the U.S. government program, Stargate.
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I’ve also had the privilege to work on high profile cases, including the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her co-pilot, Fred Noonan, with Angela Thompson Smith.
Even though the idea of remote viewing has only recently come into any kind of prominence, the concept has ancient roots going back to the Greek oracles, as well as pre-modern ‘seers’ in recorded history. However, the primary origin of direct viewing didn’t begin until the twentieth century when researchers, such as J.B. Rhine or Upton Sinclair, began serious attempts to study psychic phenomenon, according to the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA).
Controlled remote viewing psychic ability training can be said to have started in earnest in the 1970’s with various government programs sponsored by the CIA and DIA. The most famous of the remote viewing programs, included Project Stargate under the leadership of Dr. Edwin May and Hal Puthoff. The goals were to find any applications of psychic phenomenon and controlled remote viewing services for national defense and intelligence gathering. Official government funding and sponsorship of these remote viewing programs lasted from about 1978 to 1995, according to IRVA.
In the civilian sector, researchers such as Charles Honorton were doing concurrent studies on psychic phenomenon in the form of remote perception and the exploration of the ‘Ganzfield Technique’. According to the IRVA, these programs were attempting to harness the power of controlled remote viewing services for any potential applications in the private sector.
Many of these programs were responses to Soviet programs discovered during the cold war, and they were scuttled when funding ran out after the collapse of the USSR. These programs have only become public knowledge in recent years due to various people associated with them stepping forward with books and other accounts.
In a session, after receiving information I tell clients about it to help in the process of using Remote Viewing to get through any issues you are currently facing in your lives. If you are interested in Remote Viewing, is important to practice this skill if you wish to properly use it for yourself or others. If you practice, you can remote view a situation whether it happened in the past, is happening in the present or will happen in the future.
In order to get more comfortable with Remote Viewing, you’ll need to first quiet your mind with meditation. Take thirty to forty five minutes a day or every other day for quite self-reflection. After a few minutes, and when you feel calm, ask yourself the question, “What are the problems in my life, what can I do about them?”
If you reach a peak during your meditation, you will be taken to a time in your prior experience, possibly from a past life. This experience should jump suddenly to your conscious mind. This is usually a time of hardship or self-conflict.
Think of yourself as a detective of the past, watch closely the unfolding of these events, no matter how trivial it may seem. There is often nothing more important then minutia. It is important to remain detached from these feelings, otherwise the emotional immersion may distract you from figuring out how to remedy whatever problems you are facing.
Another very useful thing to do when having these deep experiences is to write it down directly afterwards. Much like dreams these meditative visions are flicker-form and fleeting. With a meditation journal you will never have to worry about not being able to remember some potent moment of revelation or interesting self-observation.
Remote Viewing may sound easy, and in many respects it is, but it can also be powerful, constantly moving and complex. It is common for practitioners to feel tired or even exhausted afterwards so don’t over-do it. Feel free to tell others about your remote viewing experiences in the comments or ask about controlled remote viewing services.
It’s natural for our left brain to be so in charge that you often can’t regulate it. The following exercise will give your creative, intuitive right brain a chance to take over for a while. When you look at a photo right side up, you give it dimension and order. You see the top, bottom, sides, etc. It makes sense to your left brain. But if you look at that same picture upside down, suddenly it’s chaos. Your brain can’t make clear sense of it. This is even more pronounced when you try to draw it upside down. Herein lay the doorway to opening your right brain. Follow these few steps, and you’ll begin to nourish this remarkable, largely untouched aide of who you are. For a more in-depth discussion on the intricacies of the right and left brain as they relate to drawing, consult Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards.
Here are the steps to follow:
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In my own journey, I discovered Remote Viewing through training with internationally known, Dr. Paul H. Smith, who was a remote viewer assigned to Project Stargate Program. Controlled remote viewing services provides me with the opportunity to see things accurately to help you in your life challenges. I also teach basic Remote Viewing in packages where you can develop this skill for your own use or to help others.
In my psychic development book, Take the Leap: What It Really Means to Be Psychic, I give you an overview of Remote Viewing, along with fun exercises. Go check it out!
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My free and simple Controlled Remote Viewing exercise will empower you to uncover answers to your burning questions about lost objects, events, or people in the past, present or future.