Farsight and the remote viewing topic, in general, have been FASCINATING me for years. I am very impressed with the focus and dedication of you all. I always wonder what the remote viewer's reactions are to finding out about what the target was, post-session, once it has been revealed to them. For instance, after viewing the "Eye of the Sahara" blindly, what are the viewer's personal opinions/thoughts/feelings about the session and what they were viewing? Had they heard of it before? Since learning about the target, does the "visual" they had in the session resemble the actual images of the "Eye of the Sahara" (or whatever the target may be) we have online? In what way was the target the same or different in their minds than what we can verify/see presently online? I hope that makes sense. 😬
I understand that during the session, they are trained to describe what they see in a way that is free of opinions and to just let the information flow. I see the importance of not trying to fit what they are viewing into a box that it does not belong in. By the way, they seem to do a fantastic job with this based on the amount of common data they have with each other.
To me, it would be so cool to get to know the remote-viewers a bit by ALSO hearing their thoughts about the session afterward. Just an idea, but thank you for what you all already do. 😁
With Love and Respect,