“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” – Viktor Frankl
Remote Viewing is creating quite the buzz right now and part of the excitement is from a fabulous documentary being released in 2019, https://youtu.be/13ZfgLVwZlg Third Eye Spies.
I first met the director and creator of this documentary, Lance Mungia, in 2015, when I presented my work with psi-kids at the International Remote Viewers Conference. At the conference and previous conferences thereafter, I felt I had finally found a tribe that really understood my work and what I was doing, given they’d been doing this since the 1970’s. You may have seen some of these psychic spies in the movie, Men Who Stare At Goats, starring George Clooney
If you’re unfamiliar with Remote Viewing, it’s the ability to use our mental faculty to perceive and then describe an object, picture, and/or location, often called a Target, without the use of physical eyes. Remote viewing is unrestricted by time or distance and can be achieved by anyone. Remote Viewing is a learned ability and those who practice regularly experience increased success to see over distance and time. I began teaching basic remote viewing to Middle School students in New York in 2006. Since then I’ve taught this remarkable skill to children and adults of all ages. You can practice on my website at: https://www.ellymolina.com/remote-view-weekly-1/
One of the many benefits of remote viewing is being able to see a situation before hand from a distance in time and space. Example: What if there were an event you weren’t sure about attending. Rather than expressing doubt, concern, validating and justifying, and seeking confirmation for your choices from outside sources, you went within and remote viewed the situation and “saw” who was going to be there and what the energy would be like. For someone unfamiliar with this process, you may think it’s all your imagination. Well, truth is, the subconscious and the psychic realm communicate through the imaginal realm.
A client sent me an email the other day saying, “Elly, you’re not going to believe this!” “I did what your told me and it worked!” I chuckled and replied, “Of course it works, only You had to believe it!”
You’ve probably heard or read somewhere that we use less than 10% of our minds. This myth is still being perpetuated by popular positive thinking gurus. People just keep touting it as science. It’s not true. We are unlimited mind and expand our minds all the time. Our brains' potential is like the ever expanding universe, constantly evolving. It’s up to you how and whether you want to use it in a different capacity.