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Remote viewing is the ability to see things that aren't physically present.

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Question: How to do remote viewing

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1. Relax and clear your mind – Start by finding a comfortable, quiet place. Close your eyes and take several deep breaths, letting your body relax and releasing any tension you’re feeling. 2. Set your intention – State clearly in your mind what you’d like to view remotely. For example, if you’re attempting to view a location you’ve never been to in person, you could say: “I wish to view the Eiffel Tower in France.” 3. Ask for guidance – Once you’ve set your intention, ask for guidance from a higher power, such as God or your spirit guides. This helps to open you up to any potential insights you may receive. 4. Focus on the target – Visualize what you’d like to view in as much detail as possible. For example, if you’re attempting to remote view the Eiffel Tower, imagine how it would look from different angles, how tall it is, or even what it’s made of. 5. Create a link – Once you’ve visualized your target destination, focus on creating a link between yourself and that target. This could be done by using symbols, colors, or sounds. 6. Tune into your intuition – Pay close attention to any thoughts, feelings, or sensations that come up in your mind and body during the process. Any information that comes to you may be related to your remote viewing target. 7. Take notes – As you receive insights and impressions, it’s important to write them down. This helps you to remember all of the details you’ve gathered, as well as to spot any patterns that may exist. 8. Detach and end the session – When you feel complete, detach yourself from the target and come back to the present moment. Open your eyes and take a few more deep breaths.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 24, 2023, 9:28 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, January 24, 2023

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