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    Remote Viewing - Discussions

    This thread is now for discussions on remote viewing. For Practice, please go here http://www.theoutpostforum.com/tof/s...-PRACTICE-ONLY

    This is a really cool RV practice site. It is easy to use, no registration required and you can save your results by using a screen snip.



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    Since we have so many people here talking about remote viewing all the time, I think we should set up our own practice location here on this forum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by A99 View Post
    Since we have so many people here talking about remote viewing all the time, I think we should set up our own practice location here on this forum!
    As a teenager, I experimented with Astral Projection.

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    This did not work on an iPad. Does it require Mac ?

    I'm interested in trying this. I've done some long distance healing work but have never tried RV like this.
    Sounds like it would be a great way to help develop concentration as well.

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    Shouldn't RV sessions be set up as closely as possible to Ingo Swann's protocol's? For example, targets are assigned numerical coordinate's, right? And there should be a monitor for each session too so without those 2 componants is it still RV or is it just an exercise in ESP?
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    By now there are many different types of Remote Viewing, and each uses their own protocols.

    Apart from the 'coordinate' RV that Ingo Swann did, there are, e.g., 'controlled' RV, 'scientific' RV, 'technical' RV, 'associative' RV, 'extended' RV, 'neurosensing', to name the most common ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by southerncross View Post
    This did not work on an iPad. Does it require Mac ?

    I'm interested in trying this. I've done some long distance healing work but have never tried RV like this.
    Sounds like it would be a great way to help develop concentration as well.
    I'm using Windows. The way I do it is I activate the "snipping tool" which will give me a pencil to use to draw the pictures on the screen. Unfortunately, I don't know what the equivalent is on a Mac or iPad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    By now there are many different types of Remote Viewing, and each uses their own protocols.

    Apart from the 'coordinate' RV that Ingo Swann did, there are, e.g., 'controlled' RV, 'scientific' RV, 'technical' RV, 'associative' RV, 'extended' RV, 'neurosensing', to name the most common ones.
    So if someone gives you a personal belonging of someone who went missing where by simply holding that object you were able to correctly locate where that missing person was, what kind of Remote Viewing is that?

    Seems like some are calling any kind of psychic exercise Remote Viewing these days or at least on the internet and I'm all for that because the older terms like clairvoyance and so on sound too archaic. Best to sound more scientific!
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    Quote Originally Posted by A99 View Post
    So if someone gives you a personal belonging of someone who went missing where by simply holding that object you were able to correctly locate where that missing person was, what kind of Remote Viewing is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by A99 View Post
    So if someone gives you a personal belonging of someone who went missing where by simply holding that object you were able to correctly locate where that missing person was, what kind of Remote Viewing is that?
    That would fall under psychometry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychometry_(paranormal)) and technically speaking not be considered remote viewing. Though no doubt there will be people labeling it 'Remote Viewing' because it sounds better...
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