November 13, 2007 12:25am CST
I've been doing a bit of research on remote viewing and I wondered how many of you are familiar with the process and do you believe it is viable? It is something I would love to learn to do. There are courses you csan take to learn how to remote view, but it is pretty costly. I understand that the military once used a team of remote viewers but supposedly have suspended the program. I think it would be so great to be able to see things that are happening from a great distance away.
23 Oct 08
Hi there. Of course there are expensive courses for everything under the sun, but that's just for lazy people. We have a saying in my country: the lazy man ends up running more than the rest :D You see, there are a WIDE array of free, perfectly good resources for learning, practicing and improving your RV skills. Communities held together not by monetary interests, but by genuine interest for the science / art itself, of its members. the one I recommend highest, and which has helped me most, is http://www.dojopsi.com/tkr/ It is free to join and use forever, it is very active, has a forum, allows you to do practice sessions in perfectly blind conditions (as required) and also has a great gallery of the best hits, as selected from the members. Those hits, that renew daily, and are user-submitted, on a free site, that is one thing that motivates me MOST to pick up the paper and practice myself, as often as possibile. Apart from that site (which probably covers everything you need to know, with its extensive links on the topic, and very knowledgeable people) - I can recommend also http://www.firedocs.com That's a huge coollection on articles and documents on the topic of RV. Again it is completely free, driven by actual interest in RV, not the search for your money :D It is a skill, it does take practice, but it can be done, and with the right group, you'll find the guidance and motivation to keep getting better. Hope this helps. Peace :)