Remote viewing is referred to as the controlled use of ESP (extrasensory perception), similar to clairvoyance, except for the fact that it is done following a certain set of scientific rules. It’s a kind of psychic process that enables a person to discern information about an object, person or place that is distant in time and space. Using remote viewing, people can even get an idea about what is going on in another person’s mind, what their intentions are and what they are up to.
A remote viewer can also describe locations on the other side of a room, country or about some part in the world, which they have never visited in their life. They can also provide information about things they have never seen such as items that are locked in a container and are out of one’s reach.
Remote viewing is different from regular psychic phenomena in a way that it employs a certain protocol, including the willingness of remote viewers to abide by these rules. What’s more, the art of remote viewing can be developed by doing regular practice and meditation unlike clairvoyance which is a gift that is inherited at birth and develops over the course of a clairvoyant’s life.
Whilst the latter can sometimes be draining on the energies and well being of the psychic, the former leads to actuating the Kundalini energies of the psychic, which are referred to as the sixth sense, in order to discover things about a person’s present, past and future.
The roots of remote viewing are traced back to early Greek history thousands of years ago, when people were not aware of how effective the process could be. The most direct precursors of remote viewing dated from the 1930’s, when experiments were conducted by scientists on clairvoyance under conscious.
However, the term “remote viewing” came into play in 1971, when an artist author Ingo Swan participated in an experiment conducted by U.S. government in which he remote viewed that planet Jupiter has rings. The fact was later confirmed by space probes.
How it Works
No-one knows for certain about how remote viewing actually works, only that it does. One theory that supports the process advocates that the remote viewers are made to tap into a universal mind, and discern information about anything that exists in the universe. By universal mind, it means a kind of comprehensive storehouse that stores information of every kind, regardless of time and space concepts.
Depending upon the kind of information that has been asked for, a remote viewer administers the viewing either by entering into an altered state of mind or while being in an alert and conscious state. It all begins, as the viewer tunes into a target within the universal consciousness that all people and things are a part of. A remote viewing session can be as long as an hour or as little as a few seconds.
Types of Remote Viewing
Remote viewing, which is utilized as an operational tool for United States Military and intelligent services, is of five types: Controlled remote viewing (CRV), Extended remote viewing (ERV), Associative remote viewing (ARV), Ganzfeld and Beacon remote viewing.
1. Controlled remote viewing (CRV) is most often conducted with two persons, one being the viewer and other being the monitor. The monitor’s task is to provide information like geographical location or random number to the viewer which may help them proceed with the procedure. The process is conducted in a far more “alert” state than many other approaches to gather information.
2. Extended remote viewing (ERV) sessions are conducted in an altered state of consciousness and it is the most common natural psychic means of acquiring information about remote things, people and places. In this method, the psychic relaxes deep in a darkened room and is questioned by the monitor. The psychic provides answers either verbally or in the form of expressions, which is recorded by the monitor and is sketched, once after the session is finished.
3. Associative remote viewing (ARV) is not a remote viewing methodology; rather it’s a technique which is complied with ERV or CRV to obtain an accurate outcome. ARV is used for cueing precognitive data such as market trend, weather etc. For instance, If you want to know whether it will rain tomorrow, you would have to associate the rainy day to a specific image (Say a fish), and another (say a sunflower) to a sunny day. Now, you would ask the viewer to describe the target. If the viewer’s description correlates to one of the predefined targets, it would be therefore taken as answer to the respective question.
4. Ganzfeld is a remote viewing methodology in which the viewer lies down comfortably in a dim room, and focuses on the target so as to unveil information about a specific person, place or object. It’s the real form of remote viewing and doesn’t require any one else to monitor the process. The data gathered through Ganzfeld seems a bit more “dreamy” as compared to other methodologies.
5. The “Beacon” approach to remote viewing uses a second person in the process, who serves as a beacon to the viewer. In this method, the viewer sits in a closed room in a building, and the other person leaves the building driving around randomly for specific period of time. The viewer is able to describe each and every thing related to that person, including which places the second person has visited and which what things he has come in to contact with.