So I did a search on Remote Viewing on this site and was
quite astonished that there is no topic on that.
So what’s remote viewing? Basically, it’s a protocol which makes it easy
to gain knowledge from your subconscious which is directly written down.
We all know that there is some connection with other things, we feel that when we
have a “gut feeling” or feel bad about something, and we call that intuition.
So by using remote viewing, we can use our subconscious mind consciously.
As the name implies, we can check locations with remote viewing.
Now you might think it sounds like all the other crap around in the internet, so what makes this different? Maybe that it was researched by the Stanford Research Institute, or maybe that the order to research something like that came from the CIA. The CIA wanted to gain information on the enemy in the cold war without bringing people in grave danger.
How does it work? We don’t know. We know that it works, but not how.
How do I do it? That’s quite hard to explain, and I recommend to google on the topic, you’ll find lots of information and videos. If you’re lucky and you do it right, you’ll get results very quickly.
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I have read on the subject some time ago. I even gave it a few attempts, but to no avail. Who’s “we” in “we know that it works”? Did it not work for me because I did it wrong or because in fact it doesn’t work? If results are attainable with relative ease, why isn’t everyone doing it?
@whitepanda, Ok I have to admit that the word “we” is wrong in that context. The topic is quite controversial, and I read somewhere that there is a statistically significant result, but critics say the data was erroneous. Well, it’s the usual game, those who don’t want to believe always find something that is “wrong”. They don’t even want to try it.
Another problem is, what do we mean by “it works” or “it doesn’t work”? Sometimes, people expect that through remote viewing we have to get a perfect image, which is (probably) impossible.
Now I don’t want to convince anybody, and I don’t want to start an argument either. For those who are new to remote viewing, I recommend trying it for themselves.
@whitepanda How should I know why it didn’t work for you? It would be interesting to know what you did, and how you did it.
“Why isn’t everyone doing it?” – That’s not really an argument. Look at the people around you, and what they are doing. What everyone is or isn’t doing doesn’t define what is “right” and what is “wrong”. Maybe it’s society, they put remote viewing in the same box as clairvoyance and whatnot, therefore describing it as “bullshit”, whatever. Most people are not that open-minded.
@irievibes, I would have explained the technique in the start post if it wasn’t so hard to describe. The sources I use are all in German, so I can’t link to them. (There’s a nice video which shows a 20 minute session while commenting on how to do it, but it’s in German)
I can give you this link, but don’t know if it’s a good source or not: http://farsight.org/SRV/SRVmanualindex.html
@manimal, What do you mean with “central vision” ? I googled it, but I only got results telling me that central vision is the point where the image you see is sharpest. Without knowing what central vision is, I can’t tell you if it’s somehow similar to remote viewing. But then again I don’t think central vision was researched by the US military and you don’t use a protocol.