Results for the week ending June 6, 2018

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This week’s target is an adorable penguin.  What did you see?  Did you get the penguin or any similar shape such as a bowling pin?  Did you see the colors?  Remote view is all about recording what you see without discrimination.  Remember to keep practicing and keep a light heart.

We would love to see or hear about how you did, you can post your results by pressing the light grey date, June 6th, 2018. Remember to leave your age and indicate the date the target was revealed.

Thank you for your participation and keep practicing

This weeks results, Wednesday April 25, 2018

The Target for this week is a football!  Did you get the shapes on this week? Did you get any of the colors? Remember, sometimes we see the correct object and then our mind tries to interpret what it could be, at this point you might find yourself deciding it is something else.  This happens to everyone at one time or another.   Remember to try not to decide what the target is and just record what you "see".  Try this next week and see if there is a difference.  Remember the more you practice the more you will see results, so keep practicing and having fun!

With the beginning of a New Year why not recommit to practicing your Remote View Weekly! Do you know others who would enjoy these exercises? Please feel free to share this with your friends.

To post: Simply select comment and write about what you or your child received and your experience in the comment box, once finished select post comment, you will be prompted to add your name (please add child's age). Then post!

This weeks results, Wednesday, April 18, 2018

This we the target was a cute duckling.  Did you see it or something like it?  Maybe you saw a different kind of bird or an adult duck.  Did you see the color yellow?  Did you know that sometimes when we concentrate on the treasure chest we begin to see an image and our busy brain try's to decide what we are seeing?  When that happens our brains sometimes get it wrong.  If this happens to you, try again and this time just draw what you see, it doesn't matter if you can’t tell what it is, once you see the target you might be surprised that it is the correct shape!  Keep practicing, it’s really fun when you start to see the actual target!

See you next week!

This weeks results, Wednesday April 11, 2018

How did you do this time?  Did you get the ladybug?  How about a red circle or black circle?  Did you get any of the shapes or colors?  Remember it all counts!  I have found that sometimes when I do remote view, I see a shape or color and my mind automatically tries to figure out what it is.  This habit gets in the way of really seeing what the target is.  For example, a person might see the red circle and decide it must be a ball, when in fact it is a ladybug.  Although the red ball would still be considered a "hit", you can see how wanting to identify the shape interfered with what the target really was.   In the future try to just record what comes to your mind without trying to figure out what it is and see what happens.  You might be pleasantly surprised!

We would love to see or hear about how you did, remember to leave your age and indicate the date the target was revealed.

Thank you for your participation and keep practicing!

To post: Simply select comment and write about what you or your child received and your experience in the comment box, once finished select post comment, you will be prompted to add your name (please add child's age). Then post!

This weeks results, Wednesday March 21, 2018

The Target for this week is a crown!  Did you get any of the shapes on this crown? Did you get any of the colors? There are many shapes you might have seen even if you did not get the impression of a crown.  Did you get something similar to a crown?  Sometimes we see the correct object and then our mind tries to interpret what it could be, at this point you might find yourself deciding it is something else.  This happens to everyone at one time or another.   Remember to try not to decide what the target is and just record what you "see".  Try this next week and see if there is a difference.  Remember the more you practice the more you will see results, so keep practicing and having fun!

With the beginning of a New Year why not recommit to practicing your Remote View Weekly! Do you know others who would enjoy these exercises? Please feel free to share this with your friends.

We invite you to post your results before or after the reveal date. Remember to leave your age and indicate the date the target was revealed.  You may also want to comment on your experience, we would love to hear from you!

Remember to enjoy the process and keep on practicing!

See you next week.

To post: Simply select comment and write about what you or your child received and your experience in the comment box, once finished select post comment, you will be prompted to add your name (please add child's age). Then post!

 

This weeks results, Wednesday March 14, 2018

What did you see in the box? Did you get a direct hit? Did you see the boat, the sails, or even a house? With this image there are a lot of things you might have seen, the color yellow, white, blue or green for example. Did you see any of the shapes? When you remote view you may often be surprised by what you pick up, sometimes you pick up or see the background.  Remember the more you practice the better you get. 

We would love to see or hear about how you did, remember to leave your age and indicate the date the target was revealed.

Thank you for your participation and keep practicing!

To post: Simply select comment and write about what you or your child received and your experience in the comment box, once finished select post comment, you will be prompted to add your name (please add child's age). Then post!

 

This weeks results, Wednesday February 28, 2018

How did you do?  Did you see the kite colors, any of the shapes?  The sky or clouds?  It all counts!  Remember the more you practice the more you will see results, so keep practicing and having fun! 

We would love to hear from you please share your experiences with is!

To post: Simply select comment and write about what you or your child received and your experience in the comment box, once finished select post comment, you will be prompted to add your name (please add child's age). Then post!