Remote Viewing Sessions
This page is long overdue! Over the next months I'll be adding to this page to illustrate my own process and outcomes.
A note as of November 2017: OK, I will get busy and get more stuff in here before long!
A note as of March 4, 2018: I have a very tall stack of sessions I was going to go through and pick out some good examples of blind remote viewing. However, I have been busy with work, people, and various projects. And I have felt some resistance because all the work picking through the piles and scanning doesn't sound like much fun. I would not make a good researcher; it is far more fun to use psi on the go in ordinary life---in the field, in the heat of battle, where the rubber meets the road, and so on. In real life, using psi is useful to ourselves and others. I do hope (and I expect to put more in this session, but it may be when I don't have so much other work).
A note added August 13, 2018: There are many similarities between remote viewing and akashic reading. First and foremost is: describe, don't identify. Next, follow the energy, don't edit, be spontaneous. Just write it down/say it: stick objectively with the facts of perception. The main difference between remote viewing and akashic reading is that the latter is qualitative and deals especially with meaning and purpose. Another major difference is that in akashic reading, the question evokes the answer; the question is the target identifier, or handle. It is the tag that draws the reader and the information together. It cannot be blind.
It is just so much fun hanging out in the akasha that I haven't yet gotten into that stack ... December 9, 2018.
Oh, no. Now it's April 2019. I have been using some CRV tools in doing akashic explorations and also doing some CRV on targets provided by Debra Katz and Jon Noble. And having great fun.
And now it's May 2019 and I'm busy taking an advanced course with Linda Howe, and I have readings, and things going on ...
June 11, 2019 The thing about sharing sessions done with CRV is that only people who practice it can appreciate the paperwork. People who don't have a clue about what an ideogram is doesn't know why a squiggle indicates this or that; they don't know about probing, AOLs/D's, stray cats, etc. Even if I do some of Jon Noble's targets, I still do some CRV stuff on the page and subtract nouns from the data stream. I don't want to discourage or mislead people. I will have to think about this! I will get to it after I have completed updating my color course.
Scan of watercolor done 7/21/17: Somewhere on Jupiter. The blue is not water and the green is not vegetation. It is all crystallization, gas, and melted elements and mixtures. I'm putting this here because I explored Jupiter using remote viewing methodology. However, I didn't follow blind protocol. We don't always have that luxury. We don't know yet whether the above has any accuracy at all; it may be all imagination and fantasy!