Remote Viewing: What Is It, How To Do It, Training, CIA Research

Remote Viewing (RV) is getting more popular by the day. A lot of people are interested in learning how to remote view. 

But what exactly is Remote Viewing? How can you learn to remote view and how to train it? Why did the CIA research Remote Viewing and what did they find out? Let’s find out.

Remote Viewing

What Is Remote Viewing

The definition for Remote Viewing (RV for short) is viewing a distant person, object or an event that you normally wouldn’t be able to see.

In other words, Remote Viewing is viewing something using your mind, no matter the distance and the obstacles. A remote viewer can view things that can’t physically be seen from his location.

Usually, the person that is doing the remote viewing is given some information about his target.

Remote Viewing And The CIA

Remote Viewing started to get popular in the 90s. The main reason for this was the declassification of most (not all) Stargate Project documents.

The Stargate Project was a 20$ million CIA backed research progrem, funded by the American government. Researching Remote Viewing was the main goal of the Stargate Project.

The program allegedy got terminated in 1995 when most of the Stargate Project documents got declassified. A lot of people believe that some of the missing parts  weren’t declassified on purpose.

How To Do Remote Viewing

A lot of people want to know how to learn to do Remote Viewing.

There are many methods that you can practice to teach yourself Remote Viewing (we will go over them later in the guide).

However, all RV methods have three things in common. In order to successfully practice any of the RV techniques, you need to stick to these three rules:

Record Everything

A good practice for successful Remote Viewing is to record everything during your attempt.

You should set-up a voice recorder or use your phone to record yourself while you are Remote Viewing. During RV, describe everything that you see. The voice recorder will record everything and you will be able to look back and analyze what you’ve seen.

Don't Worry About The Details

A lot of beginner remote viewers make the mistake of trying to focus on the details. Sure, that is a good idea when you’re already an experienced viewer but it’s a very bad idea for beginners. 

Try to focus on the majority and not on the tiny details that don’t really matter in the big picture.

Pay Attention To Your Senses

Contrary to popular belief, Remote Viewing isn’t just about “seeing” with your mind, it’s also about using your other senses. During RV all of your senses are working. 

This means that you can see the target with your mind but you can also sense the smell, feel the surface or even hear the noise. 

Remote Viewing Methods

There are a lot of RV techniques but these three are the most common and the easiest for beginners:

  • ARV – Associative Remote Viewing
  • CRV – Controlled Remote Viewing
  • ERV – Extended Remote Viewing

Associative Remote Viewing

The point of associative RV is to associate something that you can see with your target.

Controlled Remote Viewing

CRV – Controlled Remote Viewing is a method of Remote Viewing where the viewer uses their intuition.

Extended Remote Viewing

ERV is a very popular technique of Remote Viewing.

The person doing Remote Viewing lies down and a monitor interviews the remote viewer about the viewing target.

Remote Viewing Training

Like with most things, you have to practice a lot to get good at Remote Viewing.

Final Thoughts

To summarize, Remote Viewing is a skill that you need to practice.

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