Technical Remote Viewing For Guardian Angels

editor’s note: The term Technical Remote Viewing (TRV) refers to use of remote viewing to gather information about a non-target source. In this article, Jeff Lucas shares the story of one Remote Viewer’s experience when she was assigned to find out about guardian angels. The exercise was designed to break up her otherwise serious TRV work with something more unusual and interesting. We think you’ll agree that the results of this experiment are fascinating.

Recently I tasked a Technical Remote Viewer with a blind target that felt so intensely personal to her that she considers it to be the most fascinating session she has ever worked.

What is astounding is the fact that she felt that way about the session prior to knowing what the target cue was. What began as a simple practice target meant to break the monotony of her serious work, ended up being a fantastic journey into the unknown that revealed information on a topic that no other conventional scientific technique could ever uncover.

The target was: [Person's Name]/Guardian Angel

At the end of her analysis, prior to receiving feedback, she wrote: “Doing this target seemed intensely personal to me. It was mystical in nature & I felt exhilarated yet humbled all at the same time. There are no words to describe it. All I can think of to say is, “What a trip!” and “Thank you TRV.” At the end of this article you can read the unedited transcript of her actual session summary.

Technical Remote Viewing was created to solve for unknowns. Like any other skill, confidence (trust — not faith) is acquired via training and practice against knowns, where session feedback is readily obtainable. However, it is important to provide a viewer during his or her training with interesting targets to break up the monotony and prevent boredom from settling in. Periodically, I like to slip in unusual or esoteric targets and problems when working with an intermediate level trainee, to keep them on their toes, make them realize that they should never assume anything, never know what to expect, and to boost their morale.

One of the profound discoveries from remote viewing research, is that novelty acts as a stimulus. Targets that are unusual and exciting, targets that are important to a great number of people, targets that involve motion, and ones that involve great expenditures of energy are among the easiest to remote view. Our unconscious minds are attracted to them just as we are to things of that nature in our every day lives, when we are not engaged in remote viewing.

I selected this target because the vast majority of the targets this viewer had been working recently involved operational targets of a serious and depressing nature, many of which involved deaths and other tragic events. Those targets can be very fulfilling when one is successful in helping a grieving family in search of answers, but they can also be an enormous drain psychologically to the remote viewer.

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