posted on May, 20 2011 @ 04:04 PM
reply to post by Spirit Warrior 11:11
So no scores on the app.
Of course would recommend to anyone to read works by Joseph McMoneagle, a former military remote viewer, if interested in developing RVing (Remote
Viewing) here's a link to his page - McEagle.com
Found an interesting piece on YouTube, it's from the UFOTV Channel, "Mindazzle", it's a brief (2hrs) look at a training course instructed by Ed
Dames, another former military RVer.
The show gives a better understanding of how the process truly works, instead of the majority of fiction that seems to pervade the subject. Here's a
direct link to that show, but don't stop there, the channel is loaded with some interesting shows they have some commercials but that's so they can
provide the shows without charge, so in my book well worth it, anyway here's the link -
The most important thing, IMO, with the subject of remote viewing and then the other abilities that come after that, is to forget what you have seen
on popular tv, the movies, comic books, and other works of fiction.
I think it automatically sabotages the true process, gives too much power to your left brain in the form of false expectations, which at that point
you throw out the real data because it didn't come in some sort of movie like experience.
The second thing is to not go in the other direction too far either, getting all "new age", I think this tends to trick your mind in to not
believing the experience or allowing yourself to validate it because of too much stigmata in the field.