Here is the photo I asked you to ‘tune in’ to for the remote viewing exercise earlier this week:
Well done to everyone who took part in this!
I just wanted to give an example of how we can sometimes be right with these exercises, yet also go a bit wrong with it.
On Facebook, one lady commented:
“Something red. Large Pohutakawa tree or tree with red autumnal leaves. Water behind.”
And I see this as a largely successful response even if it wasn’t spot on.
When picking up info for this exercise, it’s common for the mind to throw out things that are similar to what is actually in the photo. For example, this reader likely saw water in the background because the sea is blue, like the sky.
Sometimes we may make assumptions too – for example, this reader may have assumed the tree she saw was a New Zealand native tree (Pohutakawa) because I’m located in NZ or maybe she is.
As you do more of these exercises, you can improve your accuracy, and gain greater awareness of where your mind is super-imposing assumptions onto things. But you can’t know what is coming from the mind vs. what is coming from your intuition unless you practise and try exercises like these. For next time, you will also want to note HOW your insights come to you – how do you perceive them, and through which clair senses did they arrive?
So kudos to everyone who did take part.
I hope you enjoyed this exercise. How did you do? Feel free to share here or on my Facebook or Instagram. If you’d like more of these remote viewing exercises, let me know. I will keep doing them if there is a demand for it.