posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 08:21 PM
people don't seem to understand the nature of 'remote viewing'.
Since it's most popularly practiced in India, i'll give you an explanation for how one develops this power in their terminology.
In tantra, the aspirant seeking union with the divine essence - shiva - is taught to affect this union through awakening within him the unconscious
energy imbedded within the natural order, known as shakti, or kundalini. The 'marriage' occurs when this energy passes through the 7 bodily energy
centers, gradually increasing in intensity and sublimating the consciousness with it's energy.
Now - sound simple enough, right?? CG Jung held a seminar back in 1932 to discuss kundalini from a western psychological perspective. In his
experience, westerners should be careful before meddling with kundalini, or, in simple terms, activating those those unconscious energies present
within man's etheral body. Apparently a great many of those 'meddlers' end up with a psychosis - schizophrenia. A simple 'experiment' with
mysticism or 'remote viewing' turned into a nightmare.
This is dangerous stuff. You're tapping into a level of reality that mustn't be tapped into if you yourself aren't emotionally balanced or
knowledgeable of what you're engaging in it's theory.
This should ALWAYS be mentioned, because some very irresponsible advocates of new age spiritual practices prescribe methods without a disclaimer,
warning them of possible consequences.
Aside from that, this energy rises up, reaching higher levels, sublimating your ability and power in experiencing the various 'worlds'. Once you
reach the higher regions, your powers of visualization are increased manifold times.
It's an interesting thing. I'm personally not so fascinated as to spend time trying to develop such powers. However, I am quite educated in the
theory of it all, from eastern, western and modern perspectives.