Remote Viewing Students and even experienced Remote Viewers have often asked how to practice their skill and be totally blind to the target if they are working alone. This is a good question! Even when you are creating your own target pool as described in the training course, you still know what targets are in your pool and the chances of you ‘guessing’ rather than using your extrasensory perception skills are still a possibility.
For practice I usually refer to a brilliant website called Tenthousandroads or TKR Dojo-Psi. This site was developed by Palyne Gaenir and it has all the tools to get you started with remote viewing practice targets. You will be totally blind because the database has thousands of target photographs and you will not get the feedback until you have submitted your data. The feedback consists of the photograph and sometimes a title description that does not provide any additional data or reference to where to find more information about the target.
It is my goal to design a Remote Viewing Target Practice Database Application that will not only contain interesting Target material, but will also provide ample feedback to the user, which is essential for learning Remote Viewing! Feedback is the only thing that can give an indication of how we are performing and if that feedback is minimum it will not enable the full opportunity to learn.
Another thing that is important to most Remote Viewers is to have a reference to the location of the target, preferably in the form of a map-reference. Although this is not always possible for every single target, most targets can have a map-reference either on earth or in space. This will also allow dowsers to practice and hone their skills by providing them feedback for their session in the form of a map reference.
Gestalts or Ideogram information is also very important to Remote Viewers, as it will give an indication if the Remote Viewer was generally on target. The design will measure the amount of gestalts the Remote Viewer has viewed correctly and will give a percentage in the user’s dashboard of their performance. This allows for an unbiased measure of the target against the perception of the gestalt.
Another feature that is going to be part of the system is that the user can download their feedback and their submitted session data as a pdf for their own records or to share with other groups.
In addition, the admin part of the system will allow for researchers to combine and compare data, to select different categories and compare certain target categories with other data. This in turn will assist in identifying correlations between certain events (Global Consciousness effects) and scores, or certain target types (eg. emotional impact targets) and success rates.
Privacy and Security features are also taken into account. Although users are required to enter full name at registration, the data will only be displayed publicly under their (screen name) or username, users will have the option to make their email address public or keep it private.
The design will be modular so that at a later stage features can be added to the system, without having to rewrite the entire structure.
It will be a few months before the first prototype is ready for testing. Exciting times for Remote Viewers, Remote Viewing Trainers and PSI Researchers!