Step 1 : Read up on Remote Viewing. Find reputable sources and start delving into the subject matter. You will find that there is a great difference between being a psychic and being a remote viewer! You will get an understanding on how it was developed, why it was developed into a skill and how they were able to successfully use remote viewing in a practical sense. A good start is:
- “Remote Viewing: The Complete User’s Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing” by David Morehouse
- “Mind Trek” by Joseph McMoneagle
- “Seventh Sense” by Lyn Buchanan
- “The Essential Guide to Remote Viewing” by Paul Smith
- “Tactical Remote Viewing” by Angela Thompson-Smith
This is only a very small selection of books, to get you started with your research. There is an incredible amount of information out there, once you start looking, you will find it.
Step 2 : Do your research on the various branches of Remote Viewing! The originally developed training was named “Coordinate Remote Viewing / Extended Remote Viewing” and a bit later Coordinate was renamed “Controlled Remote Viewing”. In essence these two are the same, with only slight differences in the terminology used. Anyone who has learned “Coordinate Remote Viewing”, can follow the “Controlled Remote Viewing” structure and procedures and vice-versa. However, there are many style derivatives from the original training, like Technical Remote Viewing, Trans-Dimensional Systems, HRVG and the list goes on.
Then… there is Associative Remote Viewing, which is a shorter version based on CRV, but is primarily used for predicting outcomes of closed questions. Something like: “Is my team going to win this round this Saturday?” or, “This coming Friday is the stock market going to close higher or lower than today?” If you want to know more about ARV; you should definitely look at: https://www.appliedprecog.com Because ARV is based on CRV, it is best to begin with CRV.
Step 3 : Select a knowledgeable, qualified trainer! It’s not important who you choose as a trainer, but certainly do your research before you select one. Ask questions such as:
- How long have you been Remote Viewing?
- Who did you do your training with?
- What are some of your personal success stories?
- Can you show me examples?
- Do you have any testimonials or people I can call?
- How do you work?
- If I am a client wanting you to find something for me, how would I go about that?
- Are there any prerequisites for entering your course?
And check their credentials. If they cannot answer these questions clearly, you are probably not dealing with an experienced Remote Viewing trainer.
Step 4 : Select the trainer who is right for you! It doesn’t matter if you do a face-to-face or an online course, but you are going to be interacting with this person for several days at least, and preferably much longer than that after your training. If you’re not comfortable with your trainer, your not going to take the information on board.
Step 5 : What do you get for the price you pay? Ask for a lesson plan or overview of what is included in the training. What materials do you get? Is lunch included? Is there support available after the training? Are you going to get a certificate or statement of attainment?
Step 6 : Start training! If you can’t attend a multi-day training course, take a Remote Viewing Training course online! It may be a bit more challenging, because you have less interaction with the trainer and other students in some cases, but it can be done!
Step 7 : Practice, practice and practice some more. Put your skills to the test! Keep track of how your individual mind works. It’s almost like a “meditation”, when you become aware of your internal chatter, subtle impressions and and things you never realised were possible. Nobody can teach you that part! You can only learn by doing and noticing your own mental processes and observations. A system especially designed to help remote viewers practice after their training is: https://www.remoteviewingresearch.org/rvprojectx/
This step 7 will not end, but after a while you will have a good understanding of your your abilities, your performance and how your individual mind processes the information. Now you have built an evidence portfolio on ProjectX and you can prove your skills to others. This will help you be accepted into groups who work on operational targets and projects.
Most groups will also allow you to task others, so you will remain blind to the target and still have your personal questions answered by other qualified Remote Viewers.