This method of dowsing and remote viewing (RV) uses Google Maps as a convenience tool for finding your target and further reconnaisance thereof.
From the perspective of this article, I assume that the reader already knows how to do remote viewing. If not, then here’s a crash course before you hit Google Maps.
RV Crash Course
You have to learn how to alter your consciousness at will, so you can easily slip in between mid-delta and low-theta rhythms at any particular moment; this is where we establish contact with a universal intelligent data field that is lovingly called “the matrix” by RV practitioners.
The best way to learn RV is with guided meditation and brainwave entrainment.
There are RV courses and brainwave entrainment programs. One in particular which is a guided meditation RV course that includes brainwave entrainment is from the Academy of Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing. I give this course honorable mention because the purveyor of ARVARI, Gerald O’Donnell has had much success with his students and we tend to share the same perspectives. For your convenience, the sample mp3s at his website teach you how to achieve “mental level delta” at will.
The other way is a brainwave entrainment shortcut. If you already have psychic gifts and you feel you don’t have time to spend on a full blown RV Course, then you may only need to be entrained to the necessary state of consciousness. In that case, you could try a Remote Viewing entrainment session that you play as an mp3 on your computer while you use Google Maps.
Now, let’s talk about a tool that may be new to you.
Radiesthesia refers to the theory and practice of dowsing, the actions of locating subtle time / space / mass / energy harmonics by interaction of resonant lines using one’s own living system as an objective, directional locator consisting of its own sympathetic resonant structure.
In essence, the living body is an antenna capable of sensing all sorts of energies. Most people don’t sense subtle energies on the conscious level because of the energy cathexis caused by decadent culture and life-negative technologies. Fortunately, the subconscious still latches onto subtle energies. Within the context of this article, the sense we use to key the subconscious for dowsing is nostril breathing.
For those of you who have studied Intro to Chi Kung and Ha-Tha Yoga Breathing Exercises at HealingMindN, you have discovered that this article is a veritable wealth of information. If you have practiced the exercises contained therein, then you know how to dowse using nostril breathing.
As a reminder, I include the following excerpt:
“In the ideal world, we would be able to latch onto our psychic impressions immediately and consciously. Unfortunately, this is not an ideal world. Most of our psychic knowledge remains buried in the subconscious mind.
By its nature, the subconscious mind is more in tune with the etheric body (the superconscious mind is networked to astral reality) where a lot of data lays and whithers. Through meditation and self hypnosis, we can get in touch with the subconscious, but at the price of being unable to record the data. Nostril breathing, being a form of radiesthesia or ‘dowsing,’ removes that problem. This form of psychic impression is very different from ‘dowsing’ for ley lines…
Nostril breathing IS the most exact form of psychic ‘dowsing’ in divining the LIVING World. When a question is asked, the subconscious mind, which knows the answer, will try to get into contact with the conscious mind (i.e. gut feelings, intuition).
The conscious mind, however, is too busy or discursive to listen to the answer and gets lost in the noise. There are nerves which do listen to the subconscious and respond. Under normal circumstances, we do not notice this response because the messages of these nerves, like that of the subconscious, cannot get through. These nerves create minute muscular responses and create well defined patterns in the autonomic functions of the body.
Try this experiment. The next time you visit a friend and you do not know if he will be home, place your fingertips beneath your nostrils and breathe normally. If your right nostril is dominant, your friend will be home when you arrive. If your left nostril is dominant, he will not. The same thing is true of anything involving an element of chance. Yogis say that if your right nostril is dominant, the venture will be successful, but if the left is dominant, it will not…
As I’m writing this, I can feel that my right nostril breathing is dominant; this means I’m on the right track in delivering this information to you. Now, let me show you how to apply this principle to Google Maps.
Dowsing Google Maps
Narrowing by State
Go to Google Maps on the web. Let’s assume that you have a general idea of where the target is located like somewhere in the U.S. (Google maps defaults to whatever country you reside.) A target can be a person, place, or thing. Remember all of your first psychic impressions; this is key. First, we’re going to narrow the area by state. Here’s the guideline:
- Have a clear picture of your target in mind.
- Circle your cursor slowly clockwise around the entire continent.
- Take note of when your right nostril is dominant; this means you’re moving in the proper direction.
- When you notice your right nostril is dominant in a certain sector, draw a slightly smaller circle in that direction.
Follow the above procedure slowly and progressively. As you keep circling your cursor in smaller and smaller circles, you allow yourself to go into a trance. Breath in harmony with each slow, progressive concentric circling of the cursor until you’ve narrowed your search down to a state.
Narrowing by City
When you have narrowed your efforts down to a single state, plug that state into the Google Map Search, so you only get that state in your navigation window.
About this time, you start remote viewing to get mental impressions of landscape, the lighting, the temperature, the air quality, and even the types of sounds. All of these clues help to guide you to your target. At the same time, you need to keep circling your cursor around the state while dowsing with progressively smaller circles.
Here’s a little trick in combining dowsing with RV: Since the left brain determines the meaning of symbols and the right brain determines quality, we have to adjust our nostril breathing to coordinate with our mental impressions.
Examples of symbols are landscape layout (shapes of cities, roads, etc.), language, and writing. In these cases, you want to be left brain dominant, therefore, right nostril dominant to interpret symbols.
Examples of quality are landscape quality (paved or dirt, lush or sparse, etc.), types of sounds and temperature. In these cases, you want to be right brain dominant, therefore, left nostril dominant to interpret qualities.
More importantly, you have to be able to dowse while you’re in “mental level delta;” this combination of dowsing and RV takes some practice, but you will get the hang of it. Here’s the basic guide as you narrow your options by city in Google Maps:
- Keep circling your cursor around the state while dowsing and remote viewing.
- Take note of landscape layouts first as you get your mental impressions.
- Use your right nostril breathing to make sure you’re moving in the right direction.
- Keep matching the landscape layout to your mental impressions as you draw smaller circles to narrow the area.
Repeat the above procedure until you’ve narrowed down the area to a particular city. Go into “mental level delta” with left nostril dominance. Take note of the qualities in the surroundings of your target, the temperature, lighting, air quality, sounds, etc.
If you feel that your target is outside, then open another browser window and type in “real time weather report: (city, state).” For example, Wunderground provides real time weather data. If you’re qualitative impressions are correct and you feel the target is outside, then your impressions should match the weather data.
Narrowing by Surroundings
When you’ve narrowed your efforts down to a city, plug that into Google Maps, so it’s in your navigation window. Follow the same procedure as in narrowing by state.
This time you have to be even more detail oriented with your impressions because your target’s environment could be complex or simple, calm or violent. You may have to dowse even slower in pin pointing your target.
Think of the procedure as the progressive movement of hands on a clock: When first searching the entire continent, your cursor action was probably fast like the second hand as your looked for little details. When you narrowed to a state, it was slower like the minute hand as you looked for more precise details. Now, you’re moving slowest, as the hour hand to scan for the most extreme detail.
When you drill down all the way to a road, for example, you want to make sure that you’re extremely meticulous with your dowsing and RV or else you will miss your target altogether – especially if it’s moving. Let’s assume your dowsing and RV efforts land you at a road, for example:
You can pull up another browser window and search for “real time webcam: (road, city, state)” to see if there are any city web cams installed for public access. Therein, you can verify your impressions of landmarks if the webcams are well placed.
Use your right nostril dowsing to make sure you’re going in the right direction. Use your left nostril dowsing to get impressions of light quality like if you’re going towards or away from the sun.
As you follow the path During RV, you may remember from the back of your mind a persistent symbolic impression. For example, this could be a fork, like a fork in a road, an “L” shape, the way the road bends or an obscure shape like a building or some other landmark. When you reach that persistent symbolic impression, use the zoom feature in Google Maps:
Let’s say you happen to find yourself at a building. You see that little yellow humanoid icon on the zoom feature? Pull the humanoid with your cursor to a road around that landmark. If the little humanoid does not want to stay at your chosen point of reference, then zoom out slightly until you see the surrounding roads, streets, or freeways.
Pull the humanoid with your cursor and float it around until you see the nearest highway highlighted in blue, then drop your little humanoid there. You will have to adjust the direction and angle of the perspective, so you can see your landmark. That’s as close as you can get using Google Maps:
Hitting the Target
Make sure you have a clear picture of the target in your mind, then go into “mental level delta.” If your target is within an enclosure, you should have been getting impression from within exactly this enclosure all this time. Using left nostril dowsing during RV determine the qualities of the surroundings. Using right nostril dowsing, you should be able to determine inner structures, the residents, and the essence of conversations.
If your target is outside, then this is easier. Your first hand impressions should match the environmental conditions of your target.
This process can take several hours or even several days; it’s a last ditch effort to find a target when all else fails.
When you train using this process, experiment with small familiar items first that you can have your friend hide locally. Tell your friend to please don’t keep moving it around, because you need to keep getting positive feedback to improve your discipline. Take baby steps to keep getting positive feedback – every little bit helps.
To further improve, ask a friend to show you a picture of a person, place, or thing of which you do not know the whereabouts, then take it to Google Maps and time yourself.
In reality, we naturally use dowsing during RV. What I’ve provided here is an exact process of combining right brain/left brain dowsing with remote viewing.
TIP: Remote Viewing is not astral projection as some people assume. During RV, you’re an objective observer of physical reality regardless of space / time barriers.
During astral projection, your perspective is different because you’re in the astral plane where astral structures and creatures are more real than physical reality. On top of this, you’re no longer a casual observer; you’re part of the target.
If you want to scan physical reality, it’s best to stay with remote viewing. The rest is up to you.
Thanks for your time.
Healing Thoughts, HealingMindN,
Randolph Fabian Directo
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