The short answer is yes! You can learn the principles of Remote Viewing. The protocols and procedures are actually quite simple. The difficult part is to teach people how to be 'psychic'.
There are some ongoing debates regarding the question if Remote Viewing can be learned or not. We all have intuitive hunches, feelings or "gut-feelings". Some people may not even be aware they have this intuition "helping them" all the time. They will dismiss it as a coincidence or think nothing of it. Some are more "in tune" or "aware" they are sensing more than the usual senses are supposed to perceive. Then there are those who seem to have been born (or re-born) with strong extrasensory perception abilities. Obviously, if your 3 year old is playing an entire classical concert flawlessly, there is a talent for music. So, can people who are not that talented learn? How do we measure improvement? By consistently recording the progress over time! It is the only way to establish if Remote Viewing (the Extrasensory Perception part of it), can be learned.
One of the most important things in Remote Viewing (training and operational targets) is Feedback! Especially the learning Remote Viewer needs to know what exactly the target was and compare this to, how it was perceived. It is an absolute euphoric feeling to receive confirmation that your session actually matched the target! Many online target pools have only basic information. The question is simply "did you get the picture target or not?" However, Remote Viewing is much more complex than simply describing a picture. The Remote Viewer actually travels to that location in their mind and is often able to describe far more than what was in the picture! If there is no reference available, to what exactly this target is, the Remote Viewer will not be able to obtain feedback for the rest of the perceptions and might conclude he/she is wrong!
ProjectX is designed to give as much feedback to the Remote Viewer as possible. At minimum you will be given a full description, with a name, date and, the location of the target as feedback. Where possible a map of the location will be provided.
Each target will be saved in the database with an extensive description and extra descriptor words, such as words most commonly used to describe the target. The computer will then match the words in the user's session summary against the words in the text and the descriptors. A complete match of the word will be indicated in green. This way of measuring is not flawless, because there are a million ways for people to describe the same thing. Part of the program highlighted in orange will match synonyms for the same word. For example the target is a "car", and the Remote Viewer mentions a "vehicle" the system will mark this as organge. This word-matching system is still in development and it will not be fully accurate yet.
Afternotes are your personal notes after you received the feedback. Is the target what you expected? Did you perceive it differently? Where you distracted by something at the time? Did you have a thought you could not put out of your mind? Was that related to the target or not? Did you perceive more than the actual target?
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