Decide who will be the viewer (the person who actually does theremote viewing) and who will be the sender (the person who "transmits" theinformation to the viewer).
Create the Targets.
Have a third, person who will not be involved in the remoteviewing experiment, select 15 to 20 possible targets - the places the viewer will beremote viewing. The targets must be actual places, preferably within driving distance.This third person should write down details about each target on an index card.Information should include key features of the site: landmarks, geographic features,structures and directions. The more strong details, the better.
Secure the Targets.
The third person should place each target card in its ownunmarked opaque envelope. Seal all envelopes.
Choose the Target.
Have a fourth person randomly select one of the targetenvelopes and give it to the viewer.
Plan a Time.
Decide on a span of time that the actual experiment will begin andend. For example, let's say you choose to begin at 10 a.m. and end at 11 a.m. Fromthis point,
the sender and viewer should have no contact until the experiment is over.
Open the Envelope.
In a place separate from the viewer, the sender should openthe envelope and for the first time find out what the target location is. The sendershould then go to that location, planning to be there by the start time (in this case,10 a.m.).
Before the start time, the viewer should prepare by being ina quiet, comfortable location with as few distractions as possible. Dress comfortably,disconnect the phone or turn off the cell phone and go to the bathroom to avoid any
At the agreed time, the sender is at the target location. Thesender should look around and begin transmitting by thought detailed impressions of the location. The impressions should include specific colors, strong shapes, structures- even smells.
At the agreed time, the viewer should be totally relaxed and besitting comfortably with paper and pencil or pen. Write down the impressions thatcome across. Draw the shapes seen; note color and smell impressions.
Before the experiment is over, the sender should also jot downnotes about the specifics of the target location. Perhaps even photos or video can betaken.
Ending the Experiment.
At the end of the agreed time, the viewer shouldsign and date all notes and drawings made. These are then given to another person.
After the experiment is done, the viewer's notes and thesender's notes (and photos, if any) should be handed over to an impartial person(who thusfar has had no connection with the experiment) who will act as a judge. The judge will compare the notes of the sender and the viewer to determine howsuccessful the remote viewing experiment was.