Remote Viewing enables the mind's inherent ability to obtain knowledge about any person, place, thing in the past, present or future. As human beings, we have 5 bodies or Koshas. Each Kosha has it's own mind. The physical mind is the one we are all most familiar with. The physical mind is limited to the physical world, but knowledge of the physical world is best discovered by the subtle body that is closest to the physical, which is the prana mind. What ever happens or exists on the physical has its source in the realm of the pranamaya kosha. In the realm of the prana mind we find what is commonly known as the Astral plane. In the Astral we find the precursors to whatever is coming on the physical and we find the records of whatever has happened on the physical. Remote Viewing is the process of directly accessing the prana mind while avoiding the physical mind's interpretation, creativeness or analysis. If we can do this, we will be able to know the precursors to physical events or read the akashic records of what has already occurred on the physical, thereby transcending time to know anything in the physical past and future. This Remote Viewing course will train you to do this.
During this course you will develop and enhance your subtle prana body senses of touch, vision, smell, taste, and hearing. The protocols will help you to combine your subtle senses into images and and feelings about the target. RV is a skill that can be learned by anyone, we all have a pranamaya kosh and senses on this subtle level. RV provides the structure to learn to access these senses and the prana mind (sometimes called the unconscious or subconscious mind) and bring the experiences and knowledge gained into the conscious (physical) thinking mind.
The RV process has three main components:
- Setting up the problem
- RV skill
- Data Analysis
Many simple problems will be explored, then we will focus on the ultimate problem, locating a samvartaka sanctuary for yourself or others. The course uses templates and an exact protocol to develop your RV skill and data analysis. We practice RV sessions with eyes open in a well-lit room. Closing the eyes only encourages the superficial conscious mind to apply creativity and imagination, and we want to avoid all of this. However, we do meditate and practice samyam on the 16th sutra of Pantanjali prior to each RV session in order to settle the mind and prepare for the session.