How to Do Remote Viewing

Remote Viewing

Being able to see a place that you have never been before is called remote viewing. This is a phenomenon that has been around since ancient times. Even with the Stargate Project from the military used remote viewing as an experimental thing.

There have been many studies on the idea of remote viewing, but scientists have not been able to prove this to be real even though it is sometimes used to find missing things and to figure out how committed a crime. This is a good skill to have for all the good things you can do with it.

How to Get Started with Remote Viewing

Here are some steps to begin remote viewing:

Set Up Your Place

Set up an environment that will help you not to be distracted. Make sure the place is quiet and calm.

Be Mindful

Be mindful and make sure that you are relaxed. Breath deep and then do this for at least 5 minutes. You can increase your time.

Keep Your Mind Clear

Make sure that your mind is clear and that you aren’t thinking of any thoughts. If thoughts come, try to dismiss them.

Pick a Place

You can pick a place that you want to remote view. This can be a place you want to visit, or it can be a place that has an item that is missing. Find a place that you know something about but that you have never been. You may have seen it on television or saw a picture of it.


Journal whatever happens to you and write down all of the details of the place. You can draw or you can write down details. Make sure that you put everything on paper so that you can remember the area.

Look Online

Look online and see if the place that you saw in your visions is the same as what you saw. Or, if you have lost something and you are trying to find it, see if you can find out where it is. It’s always important to check to see if you were right. If you miss it, keep practicing.

Final Thoughts

You might find that you weren’t able to be as accurate as you hoped to be, but this takes practice. Once you practice and you get the hang of it, you will be able to use this gift better. Do you want to visit a place that you can’t go to? Try remote viewing and you can visit it from your own home.


  1. The article provides an interesting overview of remote viewing. Although it seems like a fascinating concept, I am skeptical about its scientific credibility given the lack of empirical evidence.

  2. While the idea of remote viewing seems far-fetched without scientific validation, the techniques suggested can also be useful for general meditation and stress relief purposes.

  3. The steps outlined for remote viewing are quite straightforward and seem easy to follow. Regardless of the outcome, it seems like an interesting exercise in focusing the mind.

  4. Setting up the environment and mindfulness techniques are practical tips, even if one is skeptical about remote viewing. These practices can aid in relaxation and mental clarity in general.

  5. The concept of remote viewing has always intrigued me due to its potential applications in both civilian and military spheres. The steps outlined here for getting started are practical and emphasize creating a conducive environment for success. While it’s true that scientific validation of remote viewing remains elusive, anecdotal evidence and historical curiosity make it a fascinating subject worth exploring. The importance of mindfulness and journaling in this process cannot be underestimated, as these practices enhance both the clarity and recall of the visualized locations.

  6. Remote viewing sounds intriguing, especially the historical context and the reference to the Stargate Project. It would be interesting to see more rigorous scientific studies on this subject.

  7. What a fascinating topic! The practical steps you provided for getting started with remote viewing are quite comprehensive and easy to follow. It’s intriguing how ancient practices like this are re-emerging in modern times, even attracting scientific curiosity despite the challenges in proving its validity. I’ll definitely try this method to enhance my mindfulness and perhaps even discover something new. Thank you for the detailed guide!

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