Remote Viewing Answers – Beyond The Basics

remote viewing answers beyond basicsHey Guys,
Here’s a set of Q&As about remote viewing that are more than basic. If you’ve been wondering what the term ‘perception based remote viewing’ means, what remote viewers tend to have in common, or even what kind of diet might help improve your RV skills, (yes, really!) then check out these answers from

1. What is perception based remote viewing?

ANSWER: Perception based remote viewing is the ability for any trained person to access distant information using only the perceptions in the mind.

2. What is Solo ERV or SERV?

ANSWER: The acronym stands for Solo Extended Remote Viewing. This method is pure perception based which provides more accurate and rich sensory data than ever before.

Solo means you do not need a monitor as ERV required in the past before advanced protocols were developed. The “E” stands extended, because this method takes longer. The training time is extended, sessions are extended, and the accurately rich details are extended.

3. I totally believe in the untapped potential of humankind, I also seem acutely aware when other things are present around me, like vehicles, other beings, or their energy. Is this somehow tied into the gift of RV?

ANSWER: Remote viewing is not only for the gifted. However, people with the trained ability of strong concentration and meticulous attention to detail will tend to excel in remote viewing. Anyone can learn to remote view but some have a tendency towards excellence like a gifted piano player or artist. This is why we define remote viewing as the “trained ability” to perceive at a distance. Anyone can learn to paint or play a piano, those we call gifted often make their own place in history.

4. What common hobby and career choices are found among advanced remote viewers?

ANSWER: Satellite imagery technicians, map makers, inventors, artists, and entrepreneurs seem to do well at remote viewing. Advanced remote viewers are not limited to these lines of interest. However, it has been noted that there was a marked level of aptitude for remote viewing with those who have interests in these fields.

5. I tried remote viewing before but after a short while, I could no longer actually “see” the target in my head. When I started remote viewing, smells, tastes and visuals were accurate but now are gone. Does this happen in the perception method of remote viewing too?

ANSWER: Non-perception based remote viewing takes all the visuals and high level sensory data that seems real and tells you to put it all in the trash bucket we call AOL. After a few months of that, the unconscious mind does as told and considers all the good visuals as trash and wont give them to you anymore.

6. What advice is there for someone wanting to nurture attention management in daily life?

ANSWER: SERV is a perception management skill. Anything which helps improve attention management of perceptions will usually improve perception based remote viewing.

When remote viewing we use circuits in the brain called “mirror neural circuits”. They are circuits in the brain that are the catalog of your memories of physical sensations, dimensional perceptions and emotional states. To nurture concentration levels favorable to remote perception, take extra time to notice details around you. When you leave a room, see how many important details you can remember.

Ask yourself questions like: how many wall sockets were there in the room; what color were the chairs; how many windows; were the lights on or off; how did your experience in there make you feel? Become aware of your perceptions of the things that surround you and practice memory games. This builds a larger internal lexicon for use when you next remote view. The larger your internal lexicon is, the better reference points you have to deliver cleaner accurate data in a structured remote viewing session.

7. What can I do to my diet to help with remote viewing?

ANSWER: Avoid consuming alcohol for recreation. We all know that alcohol destroys brain cells, remote viewing is an attention management skill so you will need all the braincells you can keep. Additionally, to maintain trustworthiness of data usually requires 24 hours wait after the consumption of alcohol before remote viewing.

Eating a healthy diet is common sense. What we overlook are the toxins being consumed. Start by avoiding food and water sources that are contaminated with toxins. Fluoride, mercury, garlic and artificial sweeteners are well documented toxins, all affect the brain and are known to be associated with attention management challenges. Do your own research on the topic.

The next step is to remove the existing built-up toxins in your system. Removing toxic chemicals and disruptive thoughts should be a daily goal. Those toxins can be found in public restaurant drinks and food, as well as common household products and pesticides. Most people’s pineal gland are so full of fluoride metal that is lights up like a Christmas tree under CT scans. Personal iodine chelation education is essential to this topic and not too difficult to locate with a few Internet searches. Drinking lots of “Pure Water” is another thing that helps cleanse the body from the effects of drugs and alcohol.

What’s your top remote viewing question? Leave me a comment and let me know.

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