Tips To Becoming A Remote Viewer

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What would it be like to be a remote viewer? If you’ve never done remote viewing before, it can be difficult to imagine and nearly as difficult to describe.

 

A remote viewer can see anything anywhere and at any time. You’re not limited by distance or even by time! You can see into the past and observe the earliest dinosaurs in the Triassic era or look into the future to see how the world will be in a few decades’ time as well as what’s happening on the other side of your block right now.

 

Every man, woman and child can be a remote viewer, though the vast majority of people never tap into these natural abilities. There are means of perception which lie in our subconscious that allow us a wider view of the world than is available through our five physical senses. With some training, you can use these abilities and view the universe differently.

 

Remote viewing often takes place with the remote viewer focusing on a target which they are completely unfamiliar with. In remote viewing studies, subjects practices remote viewing with no frame of reference as to what they would be viewing other than a codeword referring to the location’s coordinates on a map unknown to the subjects.

 

However, this does not mean that you cannot remote view in an area that you are familiar with although you are not in that location at the time of the practice or test session of remote viewing. Many governments have poured millions of dollars into investigating the power of the mind such as remote viewing. Remote viewing is a term that falls under the umbrella term of paranormal or psychic, as does lucid dreaming, astral travel and other psychic abilities.

 

Interestingly enough, being a remote viewer is not something altogether out in left field or strangely odd, since it is something that we are all capable of doing. Whether we know it or not we do have what it takes inside us to enhance and develop our natural born abilities, these do include being a remote viewer.

 

How can you develop your natural ability of remote viewing?

 

This is an ability which relies on your mental power, so you can train your mind to bring this natural talent to the forefront. A good way to start is doing some research into the techniques others have used to become remote viewers. Guided visualizations and meditation have helped many to get into the proper state of mind for remote viewing.

 

Remote viewing begins with relaxation. You need to relax both mind and body; try out different visualization techniques and meditations to find what works the best for you. Like developing any skill, it will take some time to become a remote viewer. Be patient and keep at it and you’ll progress step by step.

 

Another great idea is to make sure that you will not be disturbed while you are the remote viewer, whether you are learning or practicing your talents and skills. You will want to be sure that you can relax in a quite and comfortable area in order to get the best results of your remote viewing sessions.

 

Get a notebook that you can use for recording the various details of your remote viewer experiences and tests. You may work with various types of remote viewer items while you are learning to use and develop your natural and instinctual skills and talents. Including a remote viewer journal can be very helpful to you since you can keep track of your progress and figure out just what works best for you.

 

Every human being has these natural psychic abilities, though the numbers of those who actually work to develop these abilities so that they can be used is comparatively small. With the proper training, these latent abilities can be brought to the surface and learned to the extent that they can be used at will.

 

You can discover your past or learn more about your own future or you simply want to find out what is going on in the next room, you can become a remote viewer to find out what it is you want to know.

 

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