How to learn Remote Viewing?
The first question you need to ask yourself is what do you want to achieve by learning Remote Viewing? There are different methods and strategies you can use. By asking that question you can choose the right method for you.
Step 1 – Do some research on the History of Remote Viewing
Before you decide you want to learn Remote Viewing, do some research on the topic! There are plenty of great resources available, some are freely available! By researching, I mean reading books and articles on the topic and applying critical thinking. Remember that each author tells their version of their history. History is never the full story! It is only fragments of a person’s story as told from their perspective. All these different perspectives will eventually give you a broad overview of the events that lead to the development of this amazing skill.
Here is a list of books to get you started:
- The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a “Psychic Spy” for the U.S. Military Paperback – February 1, 2003 – Author: Lyn Buchanan
- Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing by Joseph McMoneagle and Charles T. Tart | Sep 1, 1993
- The Stargate Chronicles: Memoirs of a Psychic Spy, The Remarkable Life of U.S. Government Remote Viewer 001 by Joseph McMoneagle, Kevin Pierce, et al.
- Psychic Warrior: The True Story of America’s Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA’s Top Secret Stargate Program by David Morehouse
- Remote Viewing: The Complete User’s Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing by David Morehouse | Jun 1, 2011
- The Essential Guide to Remote Viewing: The Secret Military Remote Perception Skill Anyone Can Learn by Paul H. Smith PhD and Sally Rhine Feather (Foreward) | Oct 1, 2015
- Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness by Russell Targ, Al Kessel, et al.
- CRV – Controlled Remote Viewing: Collected manuals & information to help you learn this intuitive art – by Daz Smith
- Anomalous Cognition: Remote Viewing Research and Theory by Edwin C. May and Sonali Bhatt Marwaha
- A Sorcerer’s Apprentice: A Skeptic’s Journey into the CIA’s Project Stargate and Remote Viewing – by John Herlosky
- SEER: 30 Years of Remote Viewing….and Counting – by Angela Thompson Smith
- Tell Me What You See: Remote Viewing Cases from the World’s Premier Psychic Spy – by Major Ed Dames, Stephen Bowlby, et al.
- Remote Viewing 9/11: A New Intuitive Perspective on the New York and Washington, D.C. Terror Attacks – by Daz Smith
- Associative Remote Viewing: The Art & Science of Predicting Outcomes for Sports, Politics, Finances and the Lottery – by Debra Lynne Katz , Jon Knowles , et al. | Aug 25, 2021
- Phenomena: The Secret History of the U.S. Government’s Investigations into Extrasensory Perception and Psychokinesis – by Annie Jacobsen and Hachette Audio (Audio Book)
- Secret Vaults of Time: Psychic Archaeology and the Quest for Man’s Beginnings – by Stephan A. Schwartz | Jul 31, 2013
Step 2 – Decide what you want to use it for.
Now that you have an overview of the history and what Remote Viewing can be used for. Ask yourself, what area of expertise could you apply this tool in? What is your area of interest? How would you apply it? Let’s be honest, if there is no reason for you to learn this skill, then why would you put in the effort? Here are some of the common applications of Remote Viewing.
- Predictions of Financial Market or Sports Outcomes – This is usually Associative Remote Viewing. To learn Associative Remote Viewing you need a basic understanding of CRV (Coordinate Remote Viewing or Controlled Remote Viewing) up to stage 3 at least.
- UFO or UAP investigations – Although this does not usually provide solid evidence or feedback, it may satisfy some intrigue and it is a popular use of Remote Viewing. It provides for some interesting speculation on the topic, that is for sure!
- Technical Solutions to Problems – Engineers, architects, inventors and research & development teams, apply Remote Viewing when they seem to be stuck and cannot find a good solution.
- Investigations – Private investigators, detectives and other law enforcement personnel, apply Remote Viewing to their investigation if they are running out of options. The information provided by Remote Viewing can help them with insights or information they previously overlooked.
- Archaeology – Historians and archaeologists apply Remote Viewing to find locations of hidden treasures or go back in time to gain clues on how certain artefacts fit the bigger picture.
- Missing Person Cases – Although this generally falls under law enforcement, it can provide clues to where the missing person could be and it can help the investigation.
- Creatives – Authors, and artists love to apply Remote Viewing as a creative tool for inspiration. Their mind is boundless and they can explore beyond limits.
- Business Intelligence – Although it should be used carefully and responsibly, it can be applied to provide insight into business decisions.
- Medical – Some doctors who face the challenge of diagnosing a patient who presents with mysterious symptoms can gain insight from Remote Viewing. This should also be used with caution and needs to be assessed by a medical professional.
- Futurologists – Combined with data analysis, remote viewing can sometimes give an amazing insight into the most probable future events.
- Personal Development – Some people just what to see what their mind is capable of.
Step 3 – Choose the right Training for you
Now that you have an overview of the different applications, look into trainers that have a similar interest or background. Some specialise in archaeology, others in missing person cases and some specialise in UFO or UAP type cases! Look at who offers the type of training that will suit your needs that is convenient and accessible to you.
Although you can start practising with books and videos, there is nothing wrong with that, you will grow more if you find the right training for you. You will be happy you took steps 1 and 2 first!