Learning Remote Viewing With Hypnosis

As you might know already, hypnosis can help access your subconscious, hence remote viewing. If you have ever tried to combine these two techniques together, I am curious to know about your experience. If you haven’t, watch this video to make sure you don’t miss out on the chance to boost your remote viewing skills faster with the help of hypnosis :)

“Fun with Hypnosis” Or “Spirtual Hypnosis” : Learning Remote Viewing With Hypnosis

4 Responses to Learning Remote Viewing With Hypnosis
  1. Randolph
    March 17, 2010 | 1:59 am

    Hypnosis is a catch all term; it doesn't describe the brainwave rhythms of remote viewing, low theta to mid delta. A person under hypnosis can experience the entire gamut of brainwaves because they are driven by their subconscious. A person under hypnosis usually does not have complete control over their mental faculties while a remote viewer does.

    As far as astral projection, didn't Gerald O'Donnell or Paul Smith already say that it's not the same as RV? An out of body experience is not the same as tapping into the matrix. There are also different perceptions in the astral plane vs. the physical plane.

    • Ana
      March 18, 2010 | 3:13 pm

      Have you ever been hypnotised by a professional hypnotist?

  2. Lydia
    March 19, 2010 | 7:41 pm

    Hypnosis is a powerful tool if you know how to use it . I am not an expert in this I am a student .I can tell that when I have a problem and I try to solve and nothing helps me in this , I know that ,somewhere ,is about a bad habbit .Because hypnosis helps to shift bad habbit , old programs .But have to work on a specific subject , problem .What you want to solve , to shift , to relese fear , to quit smoking ,to have unlimited confidence , charisma …and so on .


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