Because of the vast amount of disinformation floating around the Cosmos, many have come to believe that being a remote viewer is simply being psychic; this is not true.
Unlike psychics, remote viewers have got to demonstrate their psychic prowess while being held blind to any information about the subject or object on which they are reporting. They are always blind to the subject matter as is anyone else within the room or in contact with them.
As someone who teaches remote viewing at The Monroe Institute, I think there is simply nothing more astounding than watching a beginning student accurately draw in detail the subject or object of interest. This event is especially true when I know that no one in the entire group, to include me, has any idea what the target might be. As an example, one of the students in a past class, S. F., drew a large cowbell hanging on an embroidered cloth loop. The completely unknown target when revealed to all of us was—a large cowbell on an embroidered cloth loop.
Every time I witness this kind of an event, which frequently occurs in my classes, it’s just like the first time all over again. It’s simply amazing!
Learning remote viewing is really the unlearning of habits …
Can everyone be taught to remote view? Yes. Can everyone be taught to remote view equally well? No. Experience has revealed that it is equal parts desire to perceive, ability to focus, and natural talent. Remote viewing also requires an open mind where the rationalizing and calculating functions are suspended so ideas can form that are relevant to the unknown target. I go into this in much more detail in my book Remote Viewing Secrets and in my Remote Viewing programs.
Learning remote viewing is really the unlearning of habits that get in the way of that perfect symbiosis between mind and target.