To become a truly world-class remote viewer, you need to be versatile – meaning you are able
to accurately view anything in all of Time and Space.
Included in that is the ability to remote view a complex process.
What is a process? The answer to that question is pretty vast.
- What is the process that bees use to create a hive?
- What is the process that a bakery uses to bake bread?
- What is the process a factory uses to create steel pistons?
Why would it be important to for you, as a remote viewing student, to learn how to view a
process? How could that be useful?
Here are just a few possibilities:
- Future technology: What are the steps for creating a machine that can do X or solve Y ?
- Helping law enforcement: How did the terrorists manage to get the bomb into the
building? How did the criminal commit the murder? Or what is the modus operandi of
the master thieves who are robbing prize jewels from museums all over the world?
- Recognizing signs that can lead to disaster or fortune: What will be the steps or
indicators that lead up to the next (big situation) that causes ( x-result or outcome) ?
Describing a step by step process may seem daunting to you at first. But remember how to eat
the elephant: One bite at a time, right?
Remote viewing a process is very much like eating the elephant. Using a series of strategic
move commands, you can view each step of the process.
As you follow the steps below, take your time. Mentally, treat each step of the process almost
as a separate target to avoid building “chronological castles”.
You don’t literally treat each step as a separate target — meaning you don’t start at page one
and do an admin section for each step — but as you move to each step, put any prior steps out
of your mind.
***A good way to avoid chronological castle building is to move from the first step to the last
step to a step mid-way through, etc. In other words, try jumping around, rather than moving
chronologically thru time.
Here is a rough guideline:
- Get the gestalts.
- Move to the first part of the process.
- Move to the relationship that each gestalt has to that part of the process.
- Move to the next step*** (or the last step, or a mid-way step) of the process.
- Repeat #3 and #4 again until you feel you have thoroughly described the process.
- At any point along the way, move to the overall purpose of the process and describe.
- At any point along the way, move to the purpose of each step and describe.
- Describe the location.
- In addition to being observant to the motion/energy aspects, become aware of the
sensory aspects throughout the process. Colors? Luminance? Smells? Sounds? Tastes?
Be sure to note if and/or how the sensory aspects change as you move from one gestalt to
another and one step to another.
Again: Take your time.
Break this assignment up into multiple short viewing sessions. It might help you to create a
routine in which you view for 15 to 30 minutes a day.
If you have established and know your optimal viewing times and conditions through the
patterns you have tracked in the Admin sections of previous practice targets, you should have a
pretty good idea of when you do your best viewing. Is it early in the morning? Late in the day?
After your mediation? After a workout? Before eating? Regardless of when, try viewing during
your optimal times and conditions.
The ability to view a process is a pretty advanced skill, so you should be a remote viewer who is
at least at the intermediate level before attempting to do this.
Are you ready? Let’s go!