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Remote Viewing Vs Neigong Meditation

Remote Viewing Vs Neigong Meditation

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Article on remote viewing, it's applications explained, use as an art, techniques, training, and Secrets
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Published by: holisicra on Feb 28, 2012
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 ==== ====Interested in the Paranormal and Items of High Strangeness?Visit Http://holisticrats.com/social ==== ====Some people have asked me how remote viewing is like Neigong Meditation. I want to show youhow remote viewing is an extension of Neigong Meditation. Although there are esotericmeditations similar to Neigong, I have chosen Neigong to compare with remote viewing because Iam a certified oriental sports trainer; Neigong is part of my studies. I like esoteric solutions which are spiritually fulfilling, therefore I want to show you how eastern andwestern methodologies have coincided. The spiritually adept people all over this planet have madethis possible. First, let's talk about our cognitive commitments that keep us from becomingspiritually adept. The Source of Skepticism Cognitive commitments are the source of our skepticism. They are caused by others controllingour behavior since childhood; I'm talking about peers, teachers, and parents who push theirpersonal ideologies (i.e. cognitive commitments) on us telling us "You can't do this" or "You can'tdo that" because it's "not logical, scientific, or productive" "people will disapprove," "you will bepossessed by demons," and so much more hysteria that I've lost track. For some reason, there are people who think that meditation is akin to stealing, starting fires, orworse. If the intention behind your meditation is to be evil, then I agree. Otherwise, I believe onlygood people are interested in personal development. Cognitive commitments form the "invisible barriers" to self improvement and prevent us fromachieving more in our lives. The esoteric solutions are all about your regaining that control, so youcan get rid of those childhood mental "barriers" that hold you back. I believe that solutions which allow you to expand upon your true God-Given nature are the bestsolutions. The most efficient solutions are the ones that expand upon your consciousness andyour spirituality. We should go with the most practical solutions that return the most control to us.This means removing psychic barriers that are deeply rooted in our subconscious. In order to remove those psychic barriers we need to do psychic exercises that strengthen us tobreak through and push far beyond those "barriers" or cognitive commitments which are part ofmainstream thought. The Mainstream Paradigm vs. Esoteric Human Achievement Certain 'leaders' in mainstream society are control freaks; they want the control of the people'slives for themselves, therein lies their power. These 'leaders' spout off judgmental heuristics built
 
upon mental barriers and everyone with the same barriers/beliefs fall into place; that's how we'retrained since childhood: "Follow the Leader." Imagine a world where everyone has control over their own destiny, their own objectivity on howhuman beings work, then the power would lie with the collective human race. Imagine how far thehuman race can advance through our collective intentions as advanced beings towards a truly lifepositive world. Unfortunately, not enough people think this way. Fortunately, since you're here, I believe yourintention is to control your destiny. Self control takes intense mental discipline such as Neigong which is taught by the most proficientinstructors in qigong (i.e. energy/breath work encompassing Neigong and Waigong). Gerald O'Donnell, founder of the Academy of Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing, providesconcepts in his course which are derivations of Neigong for expanding the mind to reach farbeyond the physical body. First, Let's look at Neigong: Neigong Background Neigong is any of a set of Chinese breathing, meditation and spiritual practice disciplinesassociated with Taoism, especially the Chinese martial arts. Neigong practice is normallyassociated with the so called soft styles or internal styles like Taijiquan or Baguazhang. Waigong is associated with hard styles like Shaolin Long Fist or White Crane Kung Fu; evenexternal styles of martial arts have their own brand of Qigong. Hard and soft styles both have many different schools, disciplines and practices and historicallythere has been mutual influence between the two. Distinguishing precisely between styles differsfrom school to school (especially the level of proficiency of the instructors), but they both have thesame goal: Soft style eventually becomes hard style. Hard style eventually becomes soft style.They are two different paths on the same road. Their common goal is to control the life force or"Chi" through intense self discipline. The Neigong adepts are able to perform what would seem to be miraculous feats such as healing,maintaining health and youth, and as a tool for enlightenment. Their practice is focused within theirdiscipline. This means if their discipline if medical Neigong, the focus of their practice is healing. You don't have to be any particular religion to enjoy the benefits of Neigong Meditation. ReligiousQigong associated with Taoism AND Buddhism is focused on the primary goal of enlightenment.Besides Medical Qigong, there's also Scholarly and Martial Qigong. It is a narrow point of viewthat Neigong is only a Taoist Religious Practice. In fact, these different forms of Neigong are practiced all over the world by different cultures, but inmore esoteric realms and by different names. Most cultures practice Religious Neigong. 
 
For example, in Kabbalist Meditation, from the arcane religious sect of Judaism, this is consideredan occult exercise. This is Religious Neigong. Trans-Meditation is an arcane practice of Hinduismwith more perks related to different types of Neigong training. When making comparisons ofbreathing techniques and focus, we can see parallels between all types of Neigong. Neigong meditation is said to require concentration and internal reflection which results in aheightened self-awareness that increases over time with continued practice. The same is true formeditation from every culture. The difference is you don't have to be scholarly to experience the miraculous effects of expandingyour consciousness. If you want control over your own life, then all you really need is theguidance. Most of us were discouraged when we were children. To break us from that negativemindset, we need to be encouraged using expert advice, a mentor to do a little 'hand holding' toguide us in our quest for regaining that lost control. More importantly, you want a guide who can easily follow and understand without having to learnany foreign language like Chinese or Hebrew. We have western guides who teach us in perfectEnglish the steps to mental discipline: For example, Remote Viewing: Remote Viewing Background Remote Viewing (RV) refers to scientifically proven mind technologies that break the space-timebarrier. Remote Viewing is the ability to perceive, through a projection of heightenedconsciousness, people and events, distant in time-space; it is a mental faculty that allows a"viewer" to describe or give details about a target that is inaccessible to normal senses due todistance, time, or shielding. This Mind Technology was developed since the 1950's by both US, Western, and EasternEuropean Intelligence Agencies. They achieved some great successes, some still classified. Remote Viewing Courses that are now commercially available have been adapted for morepractical civilian use and are now presented for the greater benefit of humanity including yourself. For example, a viewer might be asked to describe a location on the other side of the world, whichhe or she has never visited; or a viewer might describe an event that happened long ago; ordescribe an object sealed in a container or locked in a room; or perhaps even describe a person oran activity; all without being told anything about the target, not even its name or designation. Remote viewing is an extra sensory perception ability gained through intense practice and selfdiscipline. When I listened to the sample mp3's meditation exercises from Gerald O'Donnell'swebsite, I immediately recognized the parallel to internal Qigong or Neigong exercises. Principles in training Remote Viewing: Deep Breathing with RelaxationDrawing upon Universal EnergyConnecting with your inner "light"

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