Quantum Vision Dowsers

Created so Others may Learn of, and Experience the Rain Man within themself
 
HomeHome  FAQFAQ  SearchSearch  RegisterRegister  MemberlistMemberlist  UsergroupsUsergroups  Log in  

Share | 
 

 Exercise your Intuition thru Remote Viewing

Go down 
AuthorMessage
REE01
Admin
avatar

Number of posts : 281
Age : 60
Localisation : Florida
Registration date : 2006-10-10

PostSubject: Exercise your Intuition thru Remote Viewing   Thu Apr 19, 2007 3:25 pm

"...I believe that one’s intuition or gut feeling is a lot like a muscle. The more that you use it the stronger and more accurate it becomes.

The department of defense figured this out when they funded the Remote Viewing Program back in the 1970s. Remote viewing is a procedure or protocol developed by Russell Targ, Hal Puthoff, and Ingo Swann at the Stanford Research Institute for the Department of Defense in the early 1970s. Remote Viewing protocols allow an individual to perceive people, places, events, and objects by directing their consciousness to any destination or any time period via specified coordinates.

The first Remote Viewers were selected from special forces or military intelligence specialists who demonstrated a strong intuition or gut feeling during operational activities. As the legend goes, the common theme in their personnel files was incidents where the candidate ran in one direction while the rest of their group ran in another direction… they survived while the rest of their group didn’t fare as well.

The accuracy of the government’s Remote Viewers has been debated over the years. But it is generally acknowledged that their accuracy at intelligence gathering was comparable to traditional intelligence gathering techniques.

If you talk with anyone who has learned Remote Viewing, they all say the same thing:
1) anyone can learn Remote Viewing
2) stick to the protocols and
3) practice, practice, practice..."
Miri's Corner
Friday, March 24, 2006

Exercising the Intuitive Muscle

Back in 1995 I watched an episode of “The X-Files” that gave me, what Oprah would call, an “aha moment”. The episode was entitled “Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose” and Peter Boyle played the pivotal character. Clyde Bruckman was a mild-mannered insurance salesman who has the unique & useless gift to foresee the deaths of others.

In the episode, Bruckman described how he became obsessed with the plane crash in 1959 that killed: The Big Bopper, Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly. Thanks to a coin toss, guitarist Tommy Allsup gave up his seat in the airplane to Ritchie Valens.

The idea that the decision of who lived and who died came down to the flip of a coin caused the character of Clyde Bruckman to obsess over the idea and gradually become “capable of seeing the specifics of everybody’s deaths.”

This plotline reminded me of a game my mom would have me play as a small child. As the youngest child in our family, I would usually tag along on chores and errands and spent a good chunk of my childhood waiting: waiting in lines, waiting in waiting rooms, or simply waiting for my siblings to finish their activities.

While we were waiting, my mom would do her best to find ways to keep me occupied. One of the games was a very specific type of people watching. She would pick out strangers that were walking by or sitting across the room and say: “Who are they? Where did they come from? And where are they going? Tell me a story.”

So, I would do as I was told and tell my mom a story about the people she indicated. The really interesting thing is that over time these stories started to become true!

The game of picking out strangers and asking myself, ““Who are they? Where did they come from? And where are they going?” became an automatic activity as I grew-up – almost a reflex. Over time, I began to realize that as I met strangers, I would immediately tune into their frequency and have this thought-ball downloaded into my head that would let me know, who these people were, where they came from and where they were going.

I learned pretty quickly to not talk about any information I picked up. It was just good manners.

In my humble opinion, I believe that one’s intuition or gut feeling is a lot like a muscle. The more that you use it the stronger and more accurate it becomes.

The department of defense figured this out when they funded the Remote Viewing Program back in the 1970s. Remote viewing is a procedure or protocol developed by Russell Targ, Hal Puthoff, and Ingo Swann at the Stanford Research Institute for the Department of Defense in the early 1970s. Remote Viewing protocols allow an individual to perceive people, places, events, and objects by directing their consciousness to any destination or any time period via specified coordinates.

The first Remote Viewers were selected from special forces or military intelligence specialists who demonstrated a strong intuition or gut feeling during operational activities. As the legend goes, the common theme in their personnel files was incidents where the candidate ran in one direction while the rest of their group ran in another direction… they survived while the rest of their group didn’t fare as well.

The accuracy of the government’s Remote Viewers has been debated over the years. But it is generally acknowledged that their accuracy at intelligence gathering was comparable to traditional intelligence gathering techniques.

If you talk with anyone who has learned Remote Viewing, they all say the same thing:
1) anyone can learn Remote Viewing
2) stick to the protocols and
3) practice, practice, practice...

(I’ll talk more about Remote Viewing in future posts)

The idea that intuition and gut feelings are a skill that gets stronger with practice is not new.

There are many anecdotes of average individuals who got jobs on psychic hotlines back in the 1990s. As employees, they were given a script to follow when speaking to callers. Over time, it was not uncommon for some of the employees actually become more intuitive and gave pretty good reading to the callers.

With practice, our intuition can be strengthened, developed and fine tuned. A strong and accurate intuition or gut feeling can be the most valuable tool in your personal tool kit.

Becoming aware of your intuitive nature is the first step to learning how to plug into your own internal source.


References

Atwater, F.H. (2001). Captain of My Ship, Master of My Soul: Living With Guidance
Charlottesville, SC: Hampton Roads Publishing Company.

Buchanan, L. (2003). The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a "Psychic Spy" for the U.S. Military. New York: Paraview Pocket Books.

McMoneagle, J. (1993). Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing. Charlottesville, SC: Hampton Roads Publishing Company.

Targ, R. & Katra J. (1998) Miracles of Mind: Exploring Non-local Consciousness and Spiritual Healing. Novato, CA: New World Library.
posted by Miri's Corner at Friday, March 24, 2006
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://www.freewebs.com/pensweepquantumvisions/
 
Exercise your Intuition thru Remote Viewing
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Remote Viewing.
» Remote Viewing/Japan/Earthquake/Solar Killshot/North Korea
» remote viewing
» Awakening Silent Warriors Website
» DISCERN: Ed Dames remote viewing..

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Quantum Vision Dowsers :: GENERAL DISCUSSION, NEW MEMBER INTRO'S & NEWS :: Welcome to the Forum: Please share your first inspiring Dowsing, Remote Viewing or Psychic experiences with us ...-
Jump to: