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Remote Viewing

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  • Code/Units RV101 / 4.00 Units

    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 kosh. 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:

    1. Setting up the problem
    2. RV skill
    3. 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.

    Lessons  
    01 - Fundamentals of Remote Viewing

    In this lesson we will learn the fundamentals of Remote Viewing. We take inbound information about a target in a very structured way. We will begin by learning this structure so that we can then properly receive and categorize inbound information in realtime. Think of playing the piano, the pianist does not stop and think about each note before playing, instead the music just flows, but in the beginning when learning how to play the piano, there is a structure that we must learn, how to read sheet music, which keys play which notes, etc.

    Also we learn the process of Samyam on the 16th Sutra of Patanjali - this is the sutra that coveys the siddhi of knowledge of past and future.

    02 - Stages 1-3 of the Remote Viewing Session - Our First Target

    Let’s look at the templates that we will use in our RV sessions. The first template has a place for Name, Date and Time in the upper right corner. Then Stage 1 of the site – the Ideogram – in the small box. To the left of the box we write the target numbers – this is the first instruction to our prana mind to view the target.

    03 - Analytical Sketch

    Now we are going to add Template C to the process and create the first Analytical Sketch

    04 - Stage 4 of the Remote Viewing Process

    Now we are going to add Template D to the process and create Stage 4 of the Remote Viewing process

    05 - Site Template of the Remote Viewing Process

    For the Site Template we will explore [X], [A], and [B]. A Site Template is all the pieces snapped together to look like something. It will look like a wiring or schematic diagram that will contain all the essential elements of both the problem and the solution.

    06 - Stage 4, T and I columns

    The Stage 4 T column represents the Tangibles associated with the target. Tangibles have form, either gross physical like earth or even air because it has a molecular structure and the molecules and atoms are physical. What about the prana body? It has no physical form, but it is a subtle form, it exists in a dimension of relativity (that which is not Absolute) that permeates the physical and is not bound by it. Because the prana body has form, it must be a Tangible. The manomaya kosh exists in yet another dimension, one that is not bound by the prana realm, but it has form so it is a Tangible. The vyjnamaya kosh is on another dimension, unbound by the manomaya realm. Yet there is form so it must be a Tangible.

    The I column is for Intangibles, which are things that have no form, they are concepts and cannot be touched: commerce, war, function, beauty (as a concept – what makes the mind pause in awe), music would be an Intangible in its conceptual form, the idea of music, but when played there is vibration of the air so music takes a form and become Tangible.

    07 - Cuing a Target

    We must be specific regarding date / time and place. By using a photographic target, this eliminates ambiguity. We put the target reference number on the media itself or if a digital image, name the image with the target number, very important. If you have a photograph with several items in it, and you want to focus on one item, draw a line from the the target and label it on the photograph itself with a line from the word “Target” followed by a TRN, to the item. Do not circle the target, instead, draw a line to it. You must be unambiguous about your target, so a labeled photograph is best, or even a labeled photocopy of a photograph.

    08 - Remote Viewing Using the Flow Chart

    In this session we will use plain paper, not the pre-formatted templates as before, and the Remove Viewing Session Flowchart to remind us what to do next.

    09 - Front Loaded Problems and Data Analysis

    A front loaded problem is one you might make up yourself and so you may “think” you know the answer. It is a target where you have the cue, for example you are shown a picture of a bird with a deformed beak and the cue is:

    Bird in Photograph / Beak Deformity / Primary Cause [5487/5586]

    The purpose of this is to train you to execute sessions of your own choosing without the need of another individual providing you with a Blind Target.

    Prerequisites -- None --
    Tuition $ 0.00
     
     
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