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Anissa

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Can I remote View Myself in the Future?
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Is it possible to remote view myself in the future, like next week for example at a certain time, to see what kind of a mood I'm in, what i'm doing, or my general well being, etc?

Is it more difficult to remote view your own brain in the future?
Can you read your own mind in the future, read your own thoughts, hear your own words?
 

jrb

New Member
As a nobody with no credentials and little personal experience, if remote viewing actually works, then yes, it should be possible. Lyn Buchanan often speaks about accessing others minds. Why not then your own?

And yes, it would be extraordinarily difficult to do if you knew you were targeting yourself in this way.

A reasonable way to approach it would be to hide it as a target among many other targets that are selected from randomly for viewing over a wide span of time. This is similar to how Joe McMoneagle has said he works some targets when he is already familiar with the target.

The downside is that you wouldn't be able to do this easily if you had the short timeframe of "next week" and you're trying to figure out something in particular on a deadline. But if your target was a week from the current date, regardless of what the current date was, then it may work.

Another possibility would be a sort of associative remote viewing. You could have someone assign a photo target to different mood states. Lets say one represents disappointment and one represents success or happiness.

Similar to what is done to wager on the stock market, you could say that one week from now you will look at the target that matches your mood or state of mind. Then you remote view what you are seeing at that future date and time.

When the actual moment comes, you assess how you feel, and you open an envelope marked happy or disappointed and give yourself the feedback by looking at the photo that was assigned to that emotion.
 

mscir

Member
.... Another possibility would be a sort of associative remote viewing. You could have someone assign a photo target to different mood states. Lets say one represents disappointment and one represents success or happiness.
Similar to what is done to wager on the stock market, you could say that one week from now you will look at the target that matches your mood or state of mind. Then you remote view what you are seeing at that future date and time.
When the actual moment comes, you assess how you feel, and you open an envelope marked happy or disappointed and give yourself the feedback by looking at the photo that was assigned to that emotion.
Great idea!
 

jrb

New Member
Great idea!
Thanks!

As long as we're on the topic, I listened to a podcast today, the 8/4 and 8/5 episodes of "Business Game Changers," featuring Daz Smith, Edward Riordan, and Dick Allgire.

Yesterday I was reading an old forum thread of Daz Smith and Glenn Wheaton going back and forth. That renewed my curiosity about HRVG, so I searched for Allgire on Google Podcasts.

As a nice little coincidence (or not?) part of the episode related to this question of remote viewing one's own future. Between that and the roundtable sort of discussion, it was a fun listen.

Getting to the point...

Think it was Edward who described an experiment he tried. In the morning he would remote view himself at the end of the day. At the end of the day, he would attempt to remote influence himself in the morning and send himself information.

I wish he'd went into more detail about his results. Said his sense of reality was breaking down and life became very strange, so he stopped. Sounds like a blast to me. People pay good money for that sort of experience.

Anissa, you may want to consider that this is a possible path to madness.
 

mscir

Member
....Think it was Edward who described an experiment he tried. In the morning he would remote view himself at the end of the day. At the end of the day, he would attempt to remote influence himself in the morning and send himself information.
I wish he'd went into more detail about his results. Said his sense of reality was breaking down and life became very strange, so he stopped. Sounds like a blast to me. People pay good money for that sort of experience.
Anissa, you may want to consider that this is a possible path to madness.
If you post this on one of Edward's FB or youtube video posts he'll probably see it. Just a thought. would be interesting if you copied a url to any discussion here.
OnYoutube he's here
https://www.youtube.com/user/erviewer
On FB he's
Edward Ríoghbhárdáin Austin, Texas
 

Arkeo

Member
I totally agree with JRB's answer and would probably have worded it almost exactly the same. I would add that I believe the value of Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) is often highly underrated. It could be incredibly useful. That goes from everyday life to helping to answer the big questions about our history and existence. In the end, even though what Edward Riordan stated could be considered a warning, you never know until you try.
 
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