Remote Viewing Process
By Wayne Carr, Ph.D.
Get started in 5 minutes. Do a session in 5-10 minutes.
ALMOST ANYONE CAN IMMEDIATELY DO THIS EASY FIVE MINUTE PROCESS:
BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED
SKEPTICS OR BELIEVERS
Amaze yourself and your friends from the very start.
This “game” will really sharpen your RV/psychic skills like nothing else can, because you’re getting constant feedback on many targets in one time period in a fun way. Have fun with it in a carefree way and you’ll do much better! Also, think of it as a form of meditation.
CAN BE DONE ALONE (SOLO), WITH ANOTHER PERSON (RECOMMENDED), BY PHONE, OR AS A GROUP.
EXCELLENT PREPARATION FOR THE WORKSHOPS OR HOME STUDY PROGRAM
Two people face each other, one with a target (e.g. a photo of an object), and the other remote views that target for 5-10 minutes. During the process, the viewer verbalizes their impressions of the target, while the monitor gives feedback on the impressions. The target is then revealed. The two people then switch roles and do another target. (If done solo there is no feedback until the target is revealed)
1) STEP ONE: CREATE A TARGET POOL
QUICK-START OPTIONS (IF YOU DON’T WANT TO WAIT TO CREATE A LARGER TARGET POOL:
PAIRED OPTION (REQUIRES TWO PEOPLE): To play immediately: (1) you can just think of a target without writing it down, OR (2) think of one target and write it down on a piece of paper, OR (3) cut a one photo of a target out of a magazine or use a post card or other discrete photo. You intend that target you selected to be viewed by the other person. You do not tell the other person what the target is. The other person can be present or on the phone. Follow the instruction below for the actual session.
SOLO OPTION (REQUIRES ONLY ONE PERSON): 1) Think of at least three targets and write them down on separate sheets of uniform 8.5 x 11 blank paper OR 2) cut at least three photos of a target out of a magazine or use post-cards or other discrete photos. Place each photo or sheet in a separate opaque folder. Shuffle the folders up so you don’t know which is which. Then blindly pull out one of the folders as your current target and place it next to you. Place the other target folders 10 feet or more away from you. Follow the instruction below for the actual session.
REGULAR , NON QUICK-START, OPTION (SOLO OR TWO PEOPLE)
(TWO PEOPLE RECOMMENDED FOR BEST, MOST RAPID LEARNING):
Get 10-40 targets by cutting pages out of magazines like National Geographic or by going to some travel sites on the Internet and printing out photos of targets. You can also to a word search on a search engine. For example if you wanted a picture of the Empire State Building, or of the Taj Mahal you could do a word search on either structure. If you’re in a hurry, you can forgo the photos and just write the name of each target on separate sheets of paper. This will work but not quite as well as photos.
Targets photos should be discrete landmarks, events or people that you can point at, if you were actually there. Example targets: a photo of the Eiffel tower, Mt. Everest, a dance contest, a person swimming, a buffalo etc. Avoid abstract or vague targets (e.g. a stock market crash).
You can also find the section called “Ideal Target Characteristics” on the web page: www.remoteviewers.com or go to www.remoteviewers.com/targcharcteristic.htm. You can also get targets at www.remoteviewers.com/target.htm by clicking on the target numbers on that page and then printing the target picture out.
If you cut the target out of a magazine, cross out what is on the other side of the page, even then it is still possible, although not likely, for the viewer to still view what is on the back side or get a blend of front and back. It is a little better (not crucial) to make a color photocopy of the side of the page you want as the target, so that the back side of the final target page is blank.
It is also better if more than one person contributes to the target pool. Do not show the targets you have put in the pool to anyone and do not look at any targets that anyone else has added to the pool.
Targets are then shuffled and kept in an opaque folder.
2) STEP TWO: PAIR OFF:
SOLO OPTION (NO PAIRING OFF) : PLACE TARGET, BLINDLY SELECTED (E.G. EYES CLOSED) FROM A SHUFFLED PILE OF FOLDERS CONTAINING TARGETS, ON A CLEARED TABLE NEAR YOU. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ACTUAL SESSION.
PHONE OPTION: You can also do these procedures by phone without sitting and facing each other)
Pair off with someone and sit facing each other. It’s a little better if there is a small table in-between so that the viewer can write or draw. Have a pen and some blank paper on the table. Make sure both parties have read all the instructions given here.
Choose which person will first be the monitor and which person will first be the viewer. The monitor takes the target file and looks at the top target only. The monitor intends that target to be the current target and studies it for a moment. (The monitor does not try to telepathically send the image, rather he or she just “intends” the current target. ) The viewer’s intention is that the top target that he or she is looking at, is the current target to be viewed by the viewer.
During this time, the viewer sits for 30-60 seconds to let their mind clear and to intend to view the current target.
3) STEP THREE: ACTUAL SESSION (5-10 minutes)
A) THE VIEWERS ROLE: REPORTING IMPRESSIONS AND STATING AOLS
SOLO OPTION: THE VIEWER FOLLOWS THE NON-SOLO INSTRUCTIONS BY STATING OUT LOUD THE IMPRESSIONS THAT COME TO THEM. THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS THAT YOU WON’T BE GETTING FEEDBACK FROM A PARTNER.
SOLO MEDITATION OPTION: YOU MIGHT ALSO TRY DOING THE SESSION FROM A MEDITATION POSTURE, AS A FORM OF MEDITATION. E.G.: LEGS CROSSED, STRAIGHT BACK, EYES CLOSED (OR PARTLY OPEN), AWARE OF BREATHING, QUIET MIND, GENTLE INTENTION TO MOVE TO THE TARGET.
As the viewer faces the monitor with eyes open, the viewer intends to receive impressions about the current target. These impressions are faint, brief sensory impressions of taste, smell temperature, color, sound, texture, luminescence, shape etc. Keep thinking in terms of the 5 senses, as if you had a mental checklist. You don’t want to leave any senses unattended to. (The Viewer can, at times, experiment doing it with eyes closed)
The viewer can also get impressions of height, weight, size and shape (dimensionals) as well as impressions of energy, emotionality. The viewer can also report impressions of basic concepts such as manmade, natural, historical, intelligent etc.
The viewer can also get impressions of what are called “physicals”. Physicals are basic, elemental, generic, open ended things that are made of atoms such as land, water, structure, stone, vegetation, person, animal, being, mountain, sky, ice.
All these impressions last from 1/16 of a second to 2 seconds. They are fleeting, fragmentary, evaporative, sensory based and they don’t make sense. Don’t try to make sense of them.
As these sensory-based impressions arise, one at a time, the viewer reports them out loud to the monitor. The viewer may say things such as: salty, blue, narrow, whooshing, flowing, rocks, land, red, structure, person, rough, circular, old, hot, cold, moving, sweet, vegetation, earthy etc.
All of these kind of vague impressions or data is called “low level data” The viewer states these impressions (low level data) out loud to the monitor and the monitor responds to each one individually (see next section).
The viewer does not censor anything. The viewer does not do any detective work or try in any way to figure out what the target is. Do not accumulate data. The roll of the viewer is just to report what they got and nothing more. The viewer never attempts to guess what the target is. They don’t care if they are right. The viewer tries to get a flow of impressions going. (e.g. one impression every 2-4 second. Your personal flow will vary, but try to let one impression come after the other. (Get out of the way) Verbalize them out load as you get them. Try to be more like a bloodhound than like Sherlock Holmes.
Think of yourself as an unbiased reporter of impressions and nothing more. Be a “WYSIWYG” (What you see is what you get)
If nothing comes to you. No big deal!
1) Just let your mind go blank for a while, while you breath. AND/OR
2) Just arbitrarily make up stuff out of the blue. (Fake it till you make it) If you are resistant to being totally arbitrary and contrived, then you need to look at you own resistances. What is triggering resistance in you to being totally arbitrary? Are you hanging on to a belief about how you or the process should be? If you are capable of saying words, you are capable of being arbitrary. It’s that simple, so don’t complicate it, just do it.
OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL WAYS OF GETTING IMPRESSIONS OF THE TARGET:
The viewer can also QUICKLY:
1) Do little scribbles of shapes or do quick little sketches if that helps.
2) Use your hands and arms to reach out and touch the target, as well as, feel and trace its basic shape, texture and energy with their hands. Feel the target kinesthetically.
3) Probe the sketches with your pen or fingers for more impression
4) Report these impressions out loud to the monitor as you get them
VIEWER ALSO DECLARES ALL AOL’S, LABELS, OR HIGH LEVEL DATA, ALL DURING THE SESSION:
During the session, some of the impressions that the viewer gets will remind them of something that they recognize(e.g. a submarine). What happens is that as the viewer gets faint impressions their mind will automatically fan through its mental rolodex of recognizable images and memories to find a memory that matches all or some the of the vague impressions they are getting. They will then automatically come up with a label of what they might be viewing.
For example “Eiffel tower”, or “pyramids of Gisa, or “The eruption of Mt. St Helens” are all labels of specific things we can recognize. On the other hand, words like high or salty or blue are sensory impressions not labels. Labels are also referred to as “AOL” which stands for analytic overlay. This process occurs automatically, however it is not to be encouraged or deliberately done. No deliberate energy investment goes into this process expect to declare and let go.
Any of this data that is a specific label (or a mental rolodex memory match) and that is not vague or open ended is called “high level data”. Example: “Stonehenge: is high level. “Large, ancient, gray, stone, blocks, green, land, hills, circular” is its low level equivalence.
When the viewer gets an AOL, all he or she does is just verbalizes it out load with the intention of declaring it and letting it go. The viewer just lets AOL’s go and does not put any time or energy in them. The viewer then just continues attending to and stating his vague sensory (low level) impressions in the role of a reporter. The viewer lets go of high lever data and attends always to the low level data. It’s always a temptation to hold on to an AOL but don’t give in to that temptation.
When the viewer declares and lets go of AOL’s, they will say out loud things like: “AOL -Eiffel Tower” or “AOL - Mt Rushmore” or “AOL - Stonehenge” The monitor does not respond in any way to the AOL’s, but just remains silent.. The viewer can also say “Deduction - Eiffel Tower” or “Reminds me of Eiffel Tower” if they prefer (as long as they let it go afterwards).
B) THE MONITORS ROLE: GIVING FEEDBACK
The monitor gives feed back for each impression as the viewer verbalizes them.
If the impression is in the target, the monitor says “check” (correct). If impression is definitely not it the target the viewer remains silent.
If its plausible that the impression is in the target the monitor says “plausible”. I the impression is in the target not literally but “in a sense”. The monitor says “in a sense”, or “partly”. If the viewer doesn’t know if the impression is in the target then the monitor says “unknown”.
Remember that the picture is not the target. The picture only represents the target. The actual target is the actual structure, object, area, place, person or event. The picture is only a small sample from one point of view of the actual target. For example, if “sky” or “water” is not in the picture but obviously there, in the target, then it is part of the target.
In the last half of the session, if the monitor hears the viewer say something that really feels like its completely on target, then the viewer can say something like: “Go with that”, “Go further in to that”, “Follow that impression”, or “right on!”
the monitor can look at the target picture and determine what are the major aspects of the target. For example, major aspects could be people, structure, energy, color, smell, taste, or activity. The monitor can then say things like “cue on activity”, or “what smells do you perceive” etc, etc. The viewer then, in turn, attends to smell or activity and states their vague sensory impressions (and continues to declare and let go of AOL’s).
The Monitor can also say things like “move 25 ft above the target and describe”. or “Move directly in front of the target and describe” etc, etc. The viewer then attends to these and states their vague sensory impressions (and continues to declare and let go of AOL’s).
5) STEP FIVE: FINAL SKETCH AND SUMMARY:
QUICK START OPTION: let the sketch be optional.
In the last eighth of the session, the viewer sketches the target trying to capture the basic shape, energy and feeing of the target. It is better to draw a vague open-ended sketch instead of something specific that you recognize. Try to feel all around the page as you sketch to discover what shapes want to be drawn. Declare and let go of AOL’s during this process.
The viewer can then spend 30-60 seconds probing different parts of there sketch with their pen and writing down any vague impressions they get from the probe, right in the sketch at the location where they probed.
Finally, the viewer gives a short summary what they got using sensory based low-level language only. For example: “I got something that seem out doors, round, warm liquid or watery, surrounded by vegetations. It smelled earthy and fresh. I heard gurgling sounds, there seem to be animals or people present.”
At this point, the monitor shows (or states) the target to the viewer without revealing any of the other targets in the folder to him or her self or to the viewer. Let the viewer study the photo of the target for as long as he or she wants to. Point out the similarities between the sketches, summary and the targets. Notice what in the photo triggered the AOL’s. Notice if shape, contours, sections, patterns in the sketch resemble the photo. Don’t expect to totally nail the target! Look at what you did get. What the viewer thought the target was, is not important. What is important is that the viewers describes the target, even if they are clueless about what it actually was. Don’t be too perfectionistic or judgmental. Be honestly objective.
7) STEP SEVEN: SWITCH WITH YOUR PARTNER:
The monitor now becomes the viewer and the viewer becomes the monitor. The new monitor take the old target in the folder and places it on the bottom of the pile.
The process of viewing is repeated for the next target for another 5-10 minute session.
The pair can continue to keep switching every 5-10 minutes until they decide to quit. (Try 6 in a row , three per person)
VARIATIONS OF THE GAME: (VARY TIME AND PEOPLE)
Besides trying the quick start, by phone, solo and meditation options, you can also vary the session time by trying 2-3 minute sessions or 15-minute sessions doing the same process.
If you want, you can also try it in a group where there is one monitor and the rest of the group simultaneously verbalizes their impressions out loud to the single monitor. Also, everyone in the group can pair off into viewers and monitors and do targets simultaneously.
Experiment with your own variations and have fun with it. Notice how its gets you in touch with your intuitive side, and how you begin to trust yourself more and more. Its like wine tasting.