"Often a viewer begins a session thinking that he or she has an idea as to what the target is.
Such ideas are advanced perceptuals, and any thoughts along these lines need to be declared at the outset, or they will build in pressure in the conscious mind during the session, and are likely to
emerge in some form during the actual data flow. Declaring these APs in advance again relaxes the
conscious mind by satisfying its desire to be heard, thereby minimizing the risk of contaminating
the data." From Courtney Brown's Scientific Remote Viewing book