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Positive Thinking Remote Viewing

One Practical Lesson of ESP

ESP, remote viewing, precognitions in dreams, these are all evidence of a fundamental aspect of consciousness that we do not yet understand. It is always on: just as sound comes in even when we don’t listen, this too is always on, even if we think we aren’t ‘listening’, affecting us in ways that we almost always don’t realize. We cannot assume that the mechanism that permits these experiences goes only in one direction (as if we can receive information but not send it). A growing body of research1,2 (and my own experience) indicates it is a two-way street.

There are no doubt many lessons. Here is one:

  1. Distant Mental Influence, William Braud []
  2. Masaru Emoto, Rice Experiment []
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Dreams Remote Viewing

Programming Your Dreams, Some Specifics

“Never go to sleep without a request to your subconscious.”

—Thomas Edison

Following in Edison’s footsteps, I experiment with programming dreams to answer questions; I’ve created my own methods, based on my understanding of Remote Viewing theory. I’ve had some success, so a friend of mine asked me to advise on good questions to pose to dreams when looking for career guidance, something along the lines of, “what job am I going to have next?”

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Dreams Remote Viewing Stock Predictions

Stock Predictions Experiment is Finished

… at least for now.

[edit 3/20/14: I’ve still been doing stock predictions, and my success rate has improved significantly, currently 11 out of 16 correct, accuracy rate of 69%.  More on this in a future post. ]

The enthusiasm of my initial success (being able to predict the shape of a stock chart) was dampened by the seventh prediction. With a success rate of just four out of seven, there is not yet any statistical significance. This is not to say that there is no real effect, but rather I don’t have enough of an understanding of it to be able to use it reliably for predicting stocks. Making public predictions feels incredibly vulnerable. When I’m wrong it’s hard not to feel foolish.

Anecdotally, I wanted to mention a couple of noteworthy oddities: one predicted chart seemed to mirror the actual chart. In a related experiment I receive the opposite answer of the question I posed. To be clear, if I predict UP and the stock is DOWN, I wouldn’t label that as an opposite, just a failure. An example of an opposite would be if I ask “what turns you on?” and I perceive a list of what turns you off.

Mirror images and opposites may indicate that the nonlocal mind has difficulty in orientation and polarity, which obviously would be troublesome for someone who’s goal is to tell in which direction a chart is headed.

I also suspect that nonlocal mind becomes bored with repetition, and without repeated reminders from analytical mind, it loses attention. In dreams, analytical mind is ‘asleep’, so nonlocal mind does whatever it wants. This makes this technique a poor choice for something that requires daily repetition.

Finally, after having done some more private trials, I still do not see a rebounding towards success like I experienced early on. I found that it was difficult to distinguish between dreams that may have actually been an answer to my question versus a run-of-the-mill dream. I was inclined to attribute any dream that showed movement up or down as a stock prediction, though in retrospect that attribution seems unwarranted.

For someone interested in pursuing stock predictions, I do not recommend my dream technique, but would instead recommend Associative Remote Viewing, as taught by Russell Targ.

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Dreams Miss Remote Viewing Stock Predictions

Stock Prediction, AAPL: June 12, 2013

This is part of my ongoing experiment in to predicting stocks via psi. Learn more…

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I am not a stock analyst. I do not have insider information. This is not a stock advice site. I am not responsible for any losses you may incur in the stock market.

Prediction: Up slightly

Confidence: High

[edit 5pm]

Miss

So my hit rate in now 4 out of 7, bummer. My initial run of success seems to have vanished as the experiment continues. While skeptics would rush to conclude there is no effect, convenient conclusions are also lazy ones. I suspect that the subconscious mind has grown bored with the task of predicting stocks. I need to find a way to keep it interested.