I attended a remote viewing workshop today. This was led by Dale E. Graff, who played a prominent role in the U.S. government's Star Gate program. This particular workshop was a private version of a workshop he holds four or five times a year for the public. (See the description of this workshop on the attached graphic or at the following URL of the agent who books his events: https://susanduvalseminars.com/Events.html ).
This was an all-day workshop lasting from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Half of it was spent on remote viewing, the other half on psi-dreaming, which is a particular interest of Dale's. (Dale published a fascinating article in 2007 in the Journal of Scientific Exploration
detailing some of the work he has done with psi-dreaming. This article can be found here: http://www.scientificexploration.org/journal/jse_21_4_graff.pdf ).
We performed three remote viewing exercises during this workshop. The highlight for me was the second exercise. At around 10:30 a.m. EST, Dale announced that at 11:00 a.m., we would perform an exercise using the famous "outbounder" protocol. That is, he had an assistant who was "somewhere in the United States." At 11:00 a.m., we would perform a remote viewing session in which we participants would try to describe this individual's whereabouts.
I think I did very well at this. I have mentioned in other posts that previously, I had performed one other remote viewing session based on a geographical location as the target, and the perceptions I received during that session were unusually vivid. The same thing happened today. I received very vivid perceptions almost immediately. These were an order of magnitude more vivid than the perceptions I typically receive when the target is a photgraph or drawing. I kept getting flashes of bright sunshine bouncing off "big square buildings" with "square windows." I am pissed at myself for one mistake I made. Near the end of my session, I got a brief impression in my mind of a marina. However, I let my conscious, rational mind override this, and I didn't write it down. My rational mind convinced me that I was seeing a predominently urban area, and "there couldn't be a body of water there."
Well, it turns out all of my perceptions were correct. At the end of the session, Dale called his colleague on his cell phone. The "beacon" was at Lake Eola Park, in downtown Orlando, Florida. (http://www.cityoforlando.net/fpr/Html/Parks/lakeeola.htm
I got the biggest kick out of this exercise because each workshop participant seemed to zero in on a different aspect of this location. As I said earlier, I seemed to fixate on the brilliant sunshine bouncing off the nearby buildings. Some people in the workshop saw the boats on the lake. Others saw aspects of the park-like setting. There is a cute little arched bridge in the park, and one woman in the workshop drew that.
Well, I have to sign off, now. I have to go do my "homework" assignment. We have a dream assignment for tonight. The workshop is going to reconvene tomorrow for a two-hour session. I have to go program myself to have a specific dream tonight.
(This is a photograph of Dale E. Graff)