It's a bit like asking, "How do I surf?" Well someone can tell you the basics, and if you have time, can even bore you with infinite details about
board length and wave types and techniques. But the rest is up to you. If you get on the board and fall off, it's because everybody can stand on a
board, sometimes even ride a wave for a bit, but it generally takes a lot of practice to do well even halfway consistently. Well with all that boring
caveat up front, here's some links that may be of help to you.
1. My own site, the Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection. Online since 1995 it has more information than you'll know what to do with including archives
of conversation with half a dozen former stargate intelligence remote viewers about how-to, the original Defense Intelligence Agency manual for CRV (a
method), an FAQ (learn the protocol meaning science rules, that is NOT about the how-to method, which some call 'protocols'--the public gets SO
confused), media transcripts of all sort of people throwing the word RV around over the years, articles and editorials and a few neat links.
2. The TKR Remote Viewing project is a free project run by a group of people who have lots of different ideas about RV but who wanted to make
something positive and informative available in the field.
It has a couple cool areas so far like:
A - the Message Board Complex. Everything psi on the bbs. This is the place you can ask specific questions about your how-to approach. It also has
tons of links to free how-to manuals, tools, and other stuff.
B - the Galleries. Free tasks (targets), see others' (mostly newbies) RV, try your hand, you can be totally anonymous if you're shy, etc.
3. For science info on RV (this isn't how-to unless you're interested in analysis...), visit the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, they did over 80%
of the research in the old Star Gate program.
4. RV's Walking Wonder, Joseph McMoneagle, pretty much the only person in the field who actually goes live under all kind of science challenges and
media challenges to demo RV. The Japanese FBI worked with Nippon TV for a show called 'Psychic Detectives', looking for people who'd been missing
sometimes for decades, and he helped find so many people that way he just had the airing of his second OWN show, with his name in the title, on Nippon
TV. His website's kinda dull but has some historical news articles and a few "updates" including one from December 04 talking about his recent
I would link to other things but the truth is that the TKR MBC (the message board complex) links to massive stuff -- books, websites, free stuff,
commercial trainers, etc. -- so if you go there you'll see enough.
Hope that helps.