Predicting the Future
Recently, a friend of mine forwarded me an invitation to an upcoming remote viewing conference in England. In the invitation, the instructor described how Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) could be used in predicting the future.
The example he gave was to suppose you wanted to know who would win a football game the next day. Rather than ask a remote viewer who will win the game, you should associate an apple, for example, with the first team winning and a pencil with the second team winning. You would then ask the remote viewer, “describe the object that I will hand to you tomorrow?”
My friend asked me to elaborate.
There are two aspects to this process. First, you can use your intention to create any association you want. Advertisers do this by playing a certain song or music while they pitch you to buy their product. You can do this to associate a positive mental state with a word or hand gesture, such as pulling your ear lobe. After you do this often enough, you can then use the word or hand gesture to induce the positive mental state you desire.
In another example, suppose you wanted to help someone using prayer or energy healing. It doesn’t matter where that person is located, all you have to do is visualize the person needing help and flood that “image” with love and energy. He or she will get the benefit. It is more convenient to simply visualize the person needing help and take action than it would be to travel across the world. You, as the healer, are operating beyond time and space, so it doesn’t matter WHEN, either, although it’s always better to visualize NOW, i.e., the eternal present.
Second, from a mystic perspective, we are all connected; there is only the “One” thing. All our perceptions are tiny aspects of this One thing. That is why, if we were on top of our game, everything would appear a synchronicity, as everything has to be related, since there is only the One thing. The difficulty arises from our inability to see the One thing, due to our limited perspective. On the physical plane, our perspective is further limited by the restrictions of time and space. Operating in the 3D world, we cannot see all possible futures, which exist simultaneously.
The future we eventually experience is the one that our collective beliefs and desires attract. Individually, we could attract a new mate or a new job, for instance, and this individual attraction operates in conjunction with what the group or society, as a whole, chooses to attract. What we attract is not “etched in stone” – obviously, people can change their minds or beliefs. From our 3D perspective, the future is therefore not fixed, but some scenarios are more likely than others, based on the law of attraction.
What does this have to do with predicting the outcome of a football game?
In ALL types of remote viewing, the remote viewer is able to get a perspective that is outside of the limiting 3D perspective, again, beyond time and space. Remote viewers are not omniscient, as they are still not capable of viewing the One thing in its entirety. What the remote viewer would most likely perceive is the event/scenario that has the most energy associated with it.
Associative remote viewing was developed specifically to keep the conscious mind, with all its biases and preconceptions, out of the equation. By associating a previously unrelated object to an event or target, versus just asking or even providing actual physical coordinates, there is less chance the remote viewer’s conscious mind will interfere and jump to conclusions. It’s not the Associative aspect that allows peering into the future – all remote viewing can do this. ARV is simply better at keeping the mind at bay.
In the experiment designed to choose one of two outcomes to a football game, by associating different objects with each outcome, the remote viewer’s biases and desires would be minimized. Theoretically, he would choose the object with the most energy and consequently, the outcome with the higher likelihood of occurring. This system is not infallible, as remote viewers are capable of human error, the interpretation of the remote viewer’s findings may not be accurate, and, as mentioned earlier, the energy may shift so that what was previously identified as the more likely event may no longer occur.
How can you use this knowledge to predict the future?
Recognize that the future is not fixed. All possible futures exist simultaneously and the one that we experience is the one with the greatest collective energy associated with it. Visualize the scenario that you desire and ignore any negative or limiting opinions of others. Any individual or institution that tells you differently is either ignorant or deliberately attempting to limit your future options. As you practice, you will increase your effectiveness. You will attract others of like mind, and influence those that surround you, who will help your desires to manifest.
The best way to predict the future is to create it.