posted on Jun, 22 2015 @ 04:13 PM
a reply to: HotMale
a reply to: Thecakeisalie
Please edit out your post, since it is off topic and frankly a disturbance. I haven't even posted a target yet. Thank you.
It was not off topic. Is your target a location
or an object
? The location is primary and not the object...
If you are asking others to help describe or discern an object without divulging coordinates
than you are indeed talking about tapping into the
collective unconscious which has absolutely NOTHING to do with remote viewing.
You seem curious and I feel generous today so I will share my personal method
(many methods work; develop or fine tune it to your own
1) with eyes open
2) with quasar sounds or pulsing white noise in background
3) Raja Yoga breathing rates until in a mild trance
4) Have someone else give you *coordinates of a target*, any set of 4 or 5 numbers can do (the number is not relevant just a cue to respond quickly)
but you can use *Latitude and Longitude * for the thing to be viewed as well
5) Immediately after hearing the coordinates, draw any quick single line or curves that hit you -- don't lift the pen and stay under 1 sec.
6) The line is your download in a code but not in a form you will recognize (it is like a thumb drive containing info so the shape is irrelevant, just
a capture process)
7) Now draw or write what comes to mind. What you get is shapes, colors, hot/cold, etc. (environmental parameters and sometimes emotional responses).
After a hundred efforts you should be rather good at this.
*Please note #4.
I want to do this "right" so I am going to post a few guidelines which I would like you to take in consideration when viewing a target.
-Use a piece of paper, write down the target number.
-Does the target feel large or small?
-What kind of shape? Try to sketch it.
-Texture, color, taste?
-Add any thoughts that might stick out to you.
There is a fine line between remote viewing and inception. Do you know which you are referring to?
edit on 22-6-2015 by Involutionist because: (no reason given)