Welcome to the Target Pool!
For those who are new to my website, welcome to Remote Viewing! Are you wondering what a Target Pool is? Read on!
Remote Viewers use this target pool in order to practice their remote viewing skills.
What is a ‘Target’?
The term ‘target’ refers to whatever the remote viewer is focusing on. In other words, if I place a photograph in an envelope and then ask a remote viewer to describe what is in the envelope, that photograph inside the envelope becomes the remote viewer’s target.
A target can be just about anything. Whatever a remote viewer chooses or is asked to remote view, is known as ‘the target’. It can be an object, a location, an activity, an event, a person, an animal, a journey, a technology, an archeological site or anything else. So, whenever I refer to a ‘target’ in this manual, know that I mean whatever the viewer is viewing.
A ‘hard target’ means a target that is prove-able, know-able, and something for which there is or will be solid, provable feedback. If you are the Viewer, and after your session I pull out a photograph of what you have been viewing so that you can score your session summary — that means you just viewed a ‘hard target’. The photograph is known as ‘feedback’.
An ‘esoteric target’ is one for which there may never be any feedback. “What do the aliens on the planet Xerxes in the galaxy Nebulon look like?” would be an example of an esoteric target. We don’t bother with those — for now, at least. Once a Viewer has become a very advanced Remote Viewer and has a provable track record showing his or her degree of accuracy on hard targets… then we can trust that person’s results on non-prove-able targets.
The ultimate goal is to learn a skill that is dependable, accurate and useful in practical ways to help you navigate through life’s many challenges and events with joy and confidence.
A target can be anything, in all of Time and/or Space.
The Target Pool on my website consists of photographs that my husband, Jim, and I have taken during our travels all over the world. We consider these photos to be safe, benign targets for new remote viewers. We do not use esoteric, or non-provable targets on this website.
Warning to Remote Viewers and Users of this Page:
What seems safe to me may not be safe for you. For example, if you have a water phobia and you happen to choose a target photo of the ocean, that target could be frightening for you. I have no way of knowing all the phobias and mental states of those who visit my website.
By using this website and accessing the Target Pool, you assume full responsibility for your own mental health and safety.
Again, we make every effort to put only safe targets on our website, but we cannot guarantee that anyone’s individual reaction to every target contained herein will be positive.
The ‘Frontloading’ button gives you a tiny bit of neutral information about the target photo. This includes statements such as “The Target is Manmade. Describe the Target” or “The Target is a Location. Describe the Target.”
The ‘Feedback’ button shows you the target photo, so don’t look at that until you are done with your remote viewing session and are ready to score your session.
This target pool has been on my website for many years and there have been no complaints. Remote Viewers really enjoy viewing these targets. So, I invite you now to test your own remote viewing abilities and try your hand at viewing one of these photographs.
How to Remote View
The link, above, has some great tips to help you get started!
The best results happen when we don’t take ourselves too seriously. Have fun with the process and you’ll soon find that your subconscious mind wants to play!
For More Information
If you’d like to increase your understanding of remote viewing generally and/or Controlled Remote Viewing specifically, check out our calendar of classes and our Products page. I hope to see you in class soon!
Click on a target coordinate below to begin your session.
Click on the “Frontloading” button if you would like neutral frontloading to begin your session.
Do not click on the “Feedback” button until you have written your summary and are ready to score your session.