New to remote viewing

Ginger

New Member
I'm glad that I found this site I have been doing remote viewing now for almost a year I practice daily but I have found that I'm only about 50% accurate do anyone have any pointers that may be able to help me
 

ChrisV

Member
50% accurate is really good. Lyn Buchanan said during his military days, they had an average of 82.7%. He also said that Joe McMoneagle is only on target 50% of the time. But, of course, when Joe McMoneagle is on target, he describes the target with a surprising amount of detail.
 

Mycroft

Active Member
It might be good for you to experience different target types. Some people I've known are exceedingly good at architecture, some future or past events, others off-world. Because of your work you may be required to specialize, but you may also come to find you excel at different types of targets.

Do ask yourself why am I seeing what I am seeing, do try to use all of your senses, including taste and sound. If you are working with a tasker you trust you can do better knowing you won't damage your psyche. I once tasked a woman with experiencing the worlds deepest indoor swimming pool used for aquatics testing. She was doing an exceptional job of learning and attempted to smell her surroundings and had a terrible choking fit. She was a super achiever and I did not know she had developed the ability to smell her surroundings and of course she was underwater. Going forward as part of any task where I didn't want the viewer to inhale the environment I made that part of the task.

Have fun with it don't make things so complicated that it becomes a chore.

Mycroft
 

Mycroft

Active Member
I often have a difficult time RVing people. I think it is because I have an innate respect for peoples' privacy.
That is because you've been around long enough and you're good enough to realize the potential of piercing the veil of privacy. A good stance to take but if you need to find a missing person, please give yourself permission.

Mycroft
 
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