Now and then I do remote viewing exercises. I keep a little journal of hits and misses. Sometimes I get it right, or close to, other times, either way off or just a blank. Nothing. I would like to do more of this, buy my personal bane of this existence is; part of my ADD. Fighting it all my life.
Last night’s guest on Coast to Coast was remote viewer Douglas Cottrell. (Richard Syrett was the host.) Cottrell did a remote viewing exercise with the listening audience. He had an image, we tried to see it.
Listeners called in with their results. Some were way off, some close, some got it right. One described a platter with leaves; that wasn’t the object Cottrell had in mind but, he said, he did have a platter like that in the other room.
I kept getting the image of an orange. Host Richard Syrett said he thought it was a grapefruit. I kept getting orange. Then my mind did a weird slide-picture thing where it went back and forth between an orange and a baseball. (One caller called in to say he thought it was a baseball!) but, while doubting myself a bit, I stuck with orange. I just felt that it was.
Funnily enough, I didn’t see the orange in my mind. But I sensed it. I knew it was an orange; I felt confident that’s what it was, even though my mind would slip into the image of a baseball. Maybe I was also picking up images from others?
Turned out, it was an orange!