Relaxed Body, Alert Mind And Verifiable Tests – Remote Viewing For Beginners Made Easy

remote view testsIf you’re new to Remote Viewing and want to give it a try, blogger Vicki Porter offers some clear and simple tips to get you started. Give these techniques a try and let us know how they work for you!

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Remote Viewing – How Even A Complete Novice Can Get Started

Vicki Porter

Have you heard of remote viewing? How do you know whether or not you can do it — and how do you know whether or not you’re doing it properly if you think you are? With remote viewing, you can see places, objects or people with your mind’s eye instead of through your usual five senses.

Remote viewing is not the same as astral traveling. With astral traveling, your ethereal body is able to leave your physical body and travel incorporeally to be able to view something. Instead, your mind is doing all the work using the power of your sub-conscious mind.

Can you develop the power yourself and actually learn remote viewing? Absolutely; every person on the planet can do so. Just how successful you are at it depends on how well do you can relax and go into a trance like state, something very similar to what you feel when you are hypnotized.

Experts have long said that we only use about 10% of our mental capacity, with the other 90% untouched because we simply haven’t tapped into it and haven’t trained it. As one example, if you’ve spoken several foreign languages from childhood, those neural pathways are firmly established and you think it’s absolutely normal to speak those languages. The same is true of other more ‘ordinary’ skills, such as reading and writing. You’re taught these skills when you’re young, and they become simply part of your mind’s abilities throughout your life.

Imagine if you’d been taught to access the power of your sub-conscious mind as a child? Just because you can’t do something right now doesn’t mean you won’t ever be able to do it. It simply means you haven’t been taught yet and that you need to train your mind to unlock the ability that was always hidden there.

Before you take up the practice of remote viewing, how to relax is going to be a major factor in how well you can do it. If you’re not a good ‘relaxer,’ try something before you pick up remote viewing that will teach you how to relax, like meditation. In this way, you can more easily access your subconscious mind. Self-hypnosis, too, is a great way to get to this stage of relaxation and an almost trance like state.

However, just because your body is relaxed doesn’t mean your mind should be. It’s very, very easy when you’re first learning how to do this to fall asleep when you simply want your body to relax, so make sure your mind is alert even as your body is relaxed.

Before you engage in remote viewing, how are you going to test the results you get? Set up a way to verify whether or not your remote viewing session was successful before you get started.

One good way to do this is to choose test views that you know are verifiable, easily. For example, you could try to view a friend’s home while lying at home on your bed, and take note of anything you think is out of place. For example, are there drinking glasses on a table that’s normally clear? Is there a book open face down, such that you could read the title?

These are small things, to be sure, but they can tell you whether or not you’re seeing what’s actually happening. Once you’ve come back from your remote viewing session, call your friend and verify what you saw.

When you’ve practiced remote viewing, how to relax properly will become easier each time you do it. Soon, you’ll find that you’re able to relax easily and the technique itself will become much more fluid as well.

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