Learn Remote Viewing With The Aid Of Brainwave Entrainment Technology

Just imagine living in a world where you’re not limited by your body and its physical senses. Instead of only being able to see what’s just around you, you can see and perceive things that are happening on the other side of the world – without using any special technology! This ability, where people use extra-sensory perception to gather information about distant events, is known as remote viewing. Although only a few people seem to be able to do it without any effort or training, remote viewing is likely to be a latent ability within us all, and as such can be learned.

Is Remote Viewing Scientifically Valid?

You may be aware that remote viewing has been studied quite extensively by the US military and other government organizations around the world, in the hope that remote viewers might prove useful for gathering intelligence. These studies returned mixed results, in part because of flaws in the methodology, and also because in many cases the remote viewers did not succeed consistently. So, anyone looking to mainstream science for validation of the remote viewing phenomenon will have to wait for a while, especially as most scientists aren’t known for their open-mindedness towards paranormal phenomena.

However, the use of remote viewers and other psychics by law enforcement and other official and corporate agencies persists, simply because when they work, these abilities can be extremely useful. They also provide an exciting glimpse into the awesome potentials of human consciousness – potentials that exist within us all, if only we can learn to access them.

The Problem: Remote Viewing Isn’t Always Reliable

The reliability (or otherwise) of psychic abilities like remote viewing is often a source of disappointment for those seeking to develop their own powers. Perhaps you’ve already had glimpses of scenes ‘elsewhere’ that you later discovered to be accurate, and would like to be able to access that ability at will. Perhaps you’ve tried some of the various exercises that people suggest for learning remote viewing, but have been frustrated by your lack of progress. Or perhaps you’re completely new to remote viewing, but feel intuitively that there’s something to it, and that you can learn to do it too. Whatever your motivation, brainwave entrainment might be able to help.

A Potential Solution: Brainwave Entrainment

Brainwave entrainment (also known as brainwave synchronization) basically involves exposing the brain to rhythmic stimuli (such as light or sound pulses) of specific frequencies. The aim is for the brain to produce brainwaves of a predominantly similar frequency – this happens because of the ‘frequency following response’, which is the brain’s natural tendency to ‘entrain’ to or match such stimuli.

Different mental states are associated with the production of brainwaves of specific frequencies – for example, the theta brainwave range (4 – 8 Hz) is linked with deep meditation and dreaming sleep, and the slower delta range (< 4 Hz) with deep sleep and cellular regeneration. Thanks to the frequency following response, brainwave synchronisation recordings can help you to access your desired state of consciousness at will, without having to spend years learning to master difficult meditation techniques. [Read more about how brainwave entrainment works]

There are three main sound-based brainwave entrainment technologies: binaural beats, monaural beats and isochronic tones. They all involve listening to a recording with sounds of certain frequencies (depending on your desired state of consciousness), to which the brain will tend to entrain. These work slightly differently (read more about the differences between binaural, monaural and isochronic recordings), but all can be very effective.

Brainwave Entrainment And Remote Viewing

The remote viewing ability is most easily accessed when the brain is in a deep trance state, of the type associated with the theta and delta brainwave bands. It follows that listening to a recording that leads your brain into this state may increase the likelihood of a successful remote viewing experience. Although the delta and theta states are normally experienced when you’re asleep, with brainwave entrainment it’s possible to access them while you’re still awake.

Just imagine – you can learn to see objects and events anywhere in the world! Whether you want to learn remote viewing just for fun, or you want to develop your skills to the point where you can become a professional psychic, brainwave synchronisation is worth trying.

Should You Choose Binaural Beats, Monaural Beats or Isochronic Tones?

Isochronic tones are generally considered to be the most effective form of brainwave entrainment for most purposes, due to their clearly defined, fast pulses, which seem to be especially easy for the brain to come into sync with. Unlike binaural beats, they also don’t require the use of headphones. However, remote viewing requires the use of frequencies in the delta range, and many people find that the somewhat ‘jagged’ sound of isochronics (and to a lesser extent, monaural beats too) can be unpleasant or distracting in this range, reducing their effectiveness. Such people often prefer to use binaural beats for delta work. Ideally it’s best to try all three and see which you like best, but if you only want to use one method, this is something to bear in mind.

Whichever type you choose, a quality recording is a must. I personally really like the theta meditation track from The Unexplainable Store, and have achieved very deep trance states while using it. This site does also do a special recording for remote viewing, although I’ve not tried that one myself. But all their products are fully guaranteed for eight weeks, so it’s easy to try them out. They’re also available in binaural, monaural and isochronic formats, both as downloads and CDs, and free samples are available too.

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