What do you feel you do best when Remote Viewing?
What aspect of Remote Viewing as a whole do you like most?
Is there any aspect of Remote Viewing that you find challenging?
What is it that draws you to Remote Viewing as a discipline or practise?
Just some categories below - add other categories too
Finding targets to remote view –
Gathering tools - computer, paper, pens etc.
Asking questions -
Preparing the Target Question
Leading the question throughout the viewing session (if you are paired with someone else)
Viewing the Target –
Expressing what you see
Analysing the information
Researching the Viewed Information -
Categorizing the information
Do you like working by yourself or in a pairing, or a group of people?
It took me a while to find methods that I could work with when I first started. It seemed to be a labour of there for a while. I was quite frustrated with my results and my approach. My preparation was lacking. I did get better at it and I now find it beneficial.
After settling into the practise I really enjoyed doing the sessions.
Right now I am focused on the research aspect of the viewing session. Putting time into going over the information and how its received and delivered. Sometimes I make a lot of progress with it - other times not a lot falls into place.
I'd like to feel competent and in all areas of Remote Viewing - but one stage at a time.