Finding things

Benton

New Member
Staff member
Yes.

If you look through the discussion topics here, you will find many instances of people using Remote Viewing to locate lost items.

Dowsing is also often used for this purpose.

Good luck in your search.


What did you lose?
 
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vipbrj

Guest
my mother gave me a necklace for graduation (white gold, circle pendent of diamonds with a star sapphire set on the bottom interior of the circle) and I had it for about 5 days and I went to put it on last night and I can't find it anywhere.
 

Benton

New Member
Staff member
Yes, you don't want to lose that.

Of course you have checked the drawer, around the floor, and questioned others, such as siblings, about its location?
 
My very first attempt at remote viewing was to find two books I had lost. This occurred right after I moved into my current home, about nine years ago. At this point I had unpacked about 85% of the stuff in boxes, but in a couple of cases hadn't yet decided on a permanent "home" for some things. All of a sudden an urgent need developed for me to access two particular books, but when I went to where I had just set up the bookshelves a week before, the books weren't there. A sense of panic gripped me. These particular books are two very small, very thin paperbacks (they are roughly the size of 4 x 6 index cards); thus, they could have been anywhere.

I decided right then and there to give remote viewing a try. Up until then, I had merely read about remote viewing; I had never tried it on my own.

I immediately just lay down on the floor and went through a simple progressive relaxation routine. I alternatively tightened and relaxed the various muscle groups in my body. I also started slowing my breathing. Finally, I simply tried blanking out my mind, trying to think of absolutely nothing.

After about 5 - 10 minutes, when I seemed to be nice and relaxed, I gently started "asking my mind" to show me where the books were. What happened next was so different, so striking, that it remains vivid in my memory even today.

The remote viewing literature is full of examples in which the point of view of the remote viewer seems to "zoom in" vertically from high in the sky. That is exactly what happened to me. It was as if my "mind's eye" came zooming in from the sky, through the roof of my house, and came to rest hovering directly over these two books, which turned out to be on the top shelf in one of my bedroom closets. I want to emphasize this point again: I experienced one "vision", and it was of looking down on these two books as they lay on the top shelf in a closet in one of my bedrooms. These books were not readily visible from outside the closet, even with the closet door open; they were pushed back somewhat from the front edge of the shelf. I immediately stood up, walked to this particular closet, reached up and located the books exactly where I had seen them in my vision. I felt a little tingle of excitement run down my spine; son-of-a-gun, it works.

Of course, a skeptic would say that since I was the one who misplaced the books in the first place, I was simply allowing my subconscious to retrieve the memory of where I placed the books. That's OK, because my goal was simply to find the books, not prove the existence of RV. However, the unique point of view of the image which developed in my mind leads me to believe that it was RV. Over the last several years, as I've gotten more seriously involved in RV, I've experienced the phenomenon dozens of times, so I am no longer worried about proving its existence to myself or others.

So, I recommend giving RV a try to locate your lost necklace. The main thing I want to emphasize is to not place a lot of pressure on yourself to succeed. Relax, have fun with it.

Good luck!
 

Binkstir

New Member
Vipbrj,

My wife once lost a very nice bracelet that I'd given her for Christmas one year and was crushed. I love my wife dearly and prayed for her to get it back. She ended up getting it back nearly a year later from a neighbor that had found it in the parking lot at a grocery store not far from our house. My wife got to telling the nieghbor about this bracelet she'd lost and our neighbor said "hey I found a bracelet just like that", went home and was back two minutes later with it.

The point is, I know how heartbreaking that can be, so I thought I'd try. I am truly a novice so you may want to take this with a grain of salt. It may mean absolutely nothing.

I saw the back of a house and grass and someone's foot with flipflops. You may not even have a backyard, but that's what I saw

I also saw an angry woman in her 50s with short hair sitting on a couch. There was a tremendous amount of negativity connected with that image. My brain probably made that up thinking your Mom would be angry. If she already knows its missing, you may want to ask her if she has it. You know, taken it temporarily because she felt you were carless with it or something like that.

Anyway none of that may mean anything. I just wanted to try for you. Good luck.
 

Alucard

New Member
First time I ever used remote viewing without any help from drugs. I used it to find my remote. so it can be useful in finding objects. but for me at least its hard to focus on a single time frame especially the present. I'm having better luck with it nowdays but its still something I have to work on.
 

PJ

Administrator
Staff member
Hmmn, yes, less drugs and more viewing, that is probably a safer recipe. :D

I've found things as well, however I call it psi (not RV) since I know what I'm looking for (and in some cases may well have been exposed to it subconsciously). Doesn't matter, if the goal is to find it and ya do!

Cool story Banded.

PJ
 

SkyeT

New Member
One morning I was frantically looking for a pair of socks that were coordinated with the outfit I was wearing. I'd worn them for an hour or so the night before, so they should have been lying around somewhere. I looked everywhere and finally raised my hands to the heavens and said "Where are my G__ D___ socks?!?"

Immediately I found myself standing in the livingroom, but with my vision a little less clear than in real life, looking at the corner of the room near the front door. There was a paper grocery bag and my purse and I understood the socks were under there. I went back to my body, walked it into the livingroom, picked up the bags and voila, there were the socks.

This wasn't RV, and perhaps wasn't even a true OBE, although I guess you'd call it bilocation. Anyway, it worked. Swearing probably enhanced the process. :-*
 

Red_Star

New Member
vipbrj said:
Does remote viewing help in locating lost objects?
yeah I find lost objects all the time, easier if I am familiar with the item and that the object is already tagged with an serial number.
 

Slorri

Member
Red_Star said:
vipbrj said:
Does remote viewing help in locating lost objects?
yeah I find lost objects all the time, easier if I am familiar with the item and that the object is already tagged with an serial number.
Interesting.
I'm myself a bit involved in finding lost things, on a daily basis almost.

May I ask how you are locating the objects?

Mostly, myself, I just try and describe things in the vicinity.
 

Glenda

Member
RV, in my opinion, helps you know when you are going to loose something, that bell ringing, subtly, and prevent it. Prevention. Finding it afterwards, that can take lots of energy, harder, if possible. Be aware and don't loose whatever in the first place. It does happen, to all of us. But the goal is to be sensitive enough BEFORE it happens and prevent, to me. Lose has happened forever, natural, but that still doesn't make me complacent - I work towards not loosing.
 

Glenda

Member
Finding your brother - a hard one. I would tell you to take pragmatic steps, police, detectives, professionals. There are trained professionals for a reason. You are not surprised something has happened to your brother. He lives in a hard world, risky. Go the professionals. We teach our children for a reason. We have schools for a reason. It is time for the professionally trained people to investigate. RV is more about being sensitive and avoiding perhaps, those things. Protection. Sensing danger. Seeing it. You were close to him and you are the best one to help the professionals. Family. It does sound like you need professional investigators to find him. Perhaps he simple wanted time away, and left.
 

Mycroft

Active Member
Glenda said:
RV, in my opinion, helps you know when you are going to loose something, that bell ringing, subtly, and prevent it. Prevention. Finding it afterwards, that can take lots of energy, harder, if possible. Be aware and don't loose whatever in the first place. It does happen, to all of us. But the goal is to be sensitive enough BEFORE it happens and prevent, to me. Lose has happened forever, natural, but that still doesn't make me complacent - I work towards not loosing.
Wha?? Glenda that was profound! You have a true calling as a natural. I'm looking forward to future pronouncements in other threads.

I would like to hear your opinions on serendipity, synchronicity and causal (not casual) behavior, really!

Mycroft
 

Mycroft

Active Member
avantika25 said:
Can someone please help me to find my Lost brother.. He is missing since 52 days.. Please help
From personal experience my youngest sister left home unexpectedly before she was 19. I thought it was absurd that my mother hired a PI to find her. Her two year older sister was already married (and not pregnant) by that time.

If the person isn't 'lost' and they are over the age of consent (my grandmother married before she was pregnant at 15), don't go 'looking'. If they are a threat to themselves or others and under the age of consent then file all the paperwork as been suggested.

Dragging someone home for the holidays is a nice thought, but first holidays away from home can be a real growth process for the whole family.

Without giving it real effort I am getting the feeling your brother does not consider himself 'lost'.

Tonight when getting ready for sleep send him your own mental picture of what you would like to experience with him for the holidays, whether that be a family dinner or seeing your brother in rehab. Show him the warmth and love you would want for him unconditionally and see what that produces for the two of you.

Mycroft
 

avantika25

New Member
So, is it not possible by remote viewing to find about him... Please let me know.. I can send u hsi picture if required.
 

Glenda

Member
RV helps you know if you should find it. We also need to learn how to let go, at times. Stuff and people. Stuff is easier. It is natural that we loose things. There is no magic genie, wave a wand, and we find everything and everything is perfect. It is about understanding the hard things at times. Look for it, view, but also ask if you should find the thing that you are looking for or if not, what is the reason. I always have more questions than answers. Sometimes things are lost permanently. It teaches us to be more careful. We teach our kids to be more careful. It is a progression. Growing up and older is not easy. Yes, RV can help. Some things are blocked. All viewers know it.
 
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