Did you know there are multiple types of Remote Viewing (RV)?
Beyond the well known CRV method, there are other tried and tested techniques for viewing a person, place, or object at any distance.
Before we delve into the different types, you should be sure that you know what exactly it is!
RV is a specific type of extra-sensory perception (ESP) that allows the practitioner to view a person, place, or object at a distance.
This ability is not hindered by obstacles, physical distance, distance in time, or energy shielding.
It was developed by the military in the 20th Century as a part of the second world war and the cold war.
In 1995 the CIA released the research to the public and many people have spent a lot of time refining and developing that research since.
These abilities are related to typical psychic abilities like clairvoyance and telepathy but are not one and the same.
It is entirely plausible that the same powers are being utilized, but RV is something altogether different.
Because it was developed in a scientific setting and is, in fact, a discipline or framework through which psychic power can be harnessed, rather than being a psychic power in and of itself, it is uniquely useful.
Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV)
This type of Remote Viewing is very structured, split up into six stages. In each stage, the viewer is able to discern more information.
In stage 1, they get an “idea” of the target. It’s not really an image or anything sensory; it is more of an intuitive vibe.
In stage 2, they start to get basic sensory information like color, texture, taste, smell, and so forth.
This is where people first start to get a bit stuck and may not move forward their first time.
They can also get an idea of the density, and paired with the sensory information from stage 2 this usually means they can deduce the material it is made from.
Many sessions end after stage 3 because this is enough information for a quick sketch to be drawn, but there are a further three stages you can move on to.
In stage 4, they gain access to more abstract ideas and associations from the target.
They start to get an idea of the “meaning” of the object, it’s place in the minds – of its “category,” as you might put it.
This stage can bring about pages and pages of notes.
In stage 5, which can sometimes overlap with the previous, all of the information that you have gathered so far starts to refine.
A lot of information has been received, and not all of it will have been consciously noticed, so here they search for diamonds in the rough.
Finally, stage 6 involves being able to recreate a complete 3D model of the target.
It becomes crystal clear to the viewer, and they can make a clay or plasticine model – an act that turned skeptics at the CIA into full-blown believers whenever it was performed.
Extended Remote Viewing (ERV)
This type of Remote Viewing is performed with a viewer and a “monitor,” the latter being a person who knows the target.
The viewer lies down on a bed in a darkened room and meditates until they reach a deep state of connection with their subconscious mind.
The monitor then instructs them to access the target and gives some sort of instruction as to where to find it.
The viewer allows their subconscious mind to find the target and describes it to the monitor.
Once they have described the correct target, the monitor asks for as many specific details as possible.
They must ask specific questions and avoid being too vague.
The monitor continues in this way, making notes the whole time.
At the end, the viewer might add drawings, notes, or corrections – which should be done as quickly as possible after returning from the deep state.
Associative Remote Viewing (ARV)
This type of Remote Viewing is actually more of an extension of the techniques into the realms of precognition.
In order to use ARV, you must know how to use CRV, ERV, or GRV (which we will come onto in a moment).
The idea is simple: take a person who knows nothing about a future event with a binary outcome, don’t tell them anything about the event, but ask them to guess the result of the event.
Okay, not that simple-sounding – but the process is easy to learn.
First, the event should have two possible outcomes.
Assign each of those outcomes to an unrelated object, ensuring that they are as different as possible from each other.
Now, ask the viewer to do a viewing for the morning after that event.
Ask them to describe what you will give to them on that morning. The object they describe should be one of the two that you chose, and the related event will be the one that will happen.
An essential part of this is improvement and refinement. In order to improve, you must make good on the viewing.
Deliver to the viewer the object related to the actual outcome of the event in the morning after the event occurred – whether they were right or wrong.
This will help them to tune their connection with their subconscious mind.
Generic Remote Viewing (GRV)
This final RV methodology was the first to be used, and it is simply an improvisational method.
By experimenting and exploring RV and trying out different techniques, the earliest pioneers were able to develop the far more useful frameworks we use today.
For those with innate psychic abilities, this method is very close to what you have already experienced, but it asks you to give it structure.
Whichever method you decide to explore, you should do so with a clear mind and a clean notepad.
And remember – if at first, you don’t succeed, try again.