I just came across a really clear outline of your first five steps for remote view targeting a specific structure. Just the way master musicians have to practice their scales every day, so too, do remote viewers need to ‘review the basics.’ With this in mind, I’m republishing the steps her in full for you for your convenience. They come from eHow.com.
How to Target Remote Viewing Structures
By Chad Stetson
During the 1980s the American government started conducting experiments on the art of remote viewing — the practice of learning information about an object or place by using extra-sensory perception. The government spent $20 million on the project, but later terminated the program according to a 1995 Time magazine article. Many people practice remote viewing to gain details of specific objects or people, called structures. Anybody can practice remote viewing, as long as you keep an open mind and keeps practicing.
1. Find a quiet location.
Find a location where you can be completely alone. Crystalinks.com, a metaphysics and paranormal website, notes that it is crucial that you are not distracted by outside noise during your remote viewing. Remote viewing requires deep concentration; it is therefore imperative that you choose a position that makes you feel comfortable and relaxed. You can either sit or lie down, whichever you prefer.
2. Relax your body.
Take a deep breathe in through your nose, hold it, and then exhale through your mouth. Continue to do this in a slow rhythmic way. Feel the air coming into your nose and vitalizing your whole body. Imagine that the air you breathe is rejuvenating your body and is then exhaling the impurities. Imagine that the air is cleansing your entire body of all stress and anxiety leaving you with a deep sense of relaxation. Continue doing this for five to 10 minutes.
3. Empty your mind.
As your physical body continues to relax, thoughts and feelings will clutter your mind. Push all thoughts away and concentrate on making your mind completely empty and void. As thoughts come in, don’t get frustrated; simply dismiss them and continue to clear your mind.
4. Choose a structure.
Think solely about the structure and nothing else. The structure can be anything tangible: a person, place or thing. While you think about the structure, don’t let your conscious mind fill in any details; let your subconscious do all the work. As you continue to concentrate on the structure, certain thoughts and feelings will rise from your subconscious mind. Carefully note these. Pay attention to specific details like color, shape, taste, smell and size. Keep collecting details about the structure until you feel that you have enough information.
5. Write down your observations.
Open your eyes and pick up your notebook. Immediately record everything that you saw, felt and thought. Write down absolutely everything that came to mind and start analyzing your data. If you can, try to sketch parts of the structure. The idea is to use the data that you received to find real information about the structure. When you’re finished, check your accuracy. Physically visit your structure to see if you were correct. The more you practice, the more accurate your remote viewing will be.
Do you have some variations on these steps? leave me a comment and let me know.