Cosmic Spoon - ramblings of a modern day psychic

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Simulating the universe - my theory on the Remote viewing mechanism

How the magic happens.

I sit here in a fairly blank room at a desk waiting for the world around me to collapse inwards and the target to reveal itself. Each breath deepens my withdraw from the physical world as I slip into my cool down meditation.

I’m nearly there now – everything feels distant, the sound of children playing in the street outside muffles into the background, the feeling in my arms and legs fades and starts to leave me without form, this is when I know I’m ready to remote view and I can almost feel the target pulling and tugging at an elastic connection where my third eye should be – the target is ready to be explored.

The target for today in half way around the world from me, 3,000 miles away to be more exact. We are remote viewers and not superman we don’t actually zip across 3000 miles of time and space to the physical target and touch it with transparent fingers caressing it to find its sensory details, But sitting here in my room I can access imprinted data about that remote place in tiny ripple like waves of impressions. This information about the target is all around us and available to all of us.

The good news.

Science is finally catching up with the seer. Quantum physics and theories like the holographic universe theory, now present a scenario where remote viewing and psychic become normal traits of a world where everything is connected in time and space. Everything in the universe and beyond is connected. A non physical web of non local interconnectedness carries information to and from the far reaches of space as and when they are called by our thoughts and our intentions.

So here I am, relaxed, ready, and with the mere action of thought – whoosh I am instantaneously immersed in a pool of information about my request, the target.

This is where I must clarify, we don’t actually go to the target, but as we have access to all information about the target. Parts of the brain, including Mirror Neurons try to sympathise with the target and using our collected life experiences and memories to date we build a simulation of the target in our minds piece by piece.

“The human brain has multiple mirror neuron systems that specialize in carrying out and understanding not just the actions of others but their intentions, the social meaning of their behaviour and their emotions. Mirror neurons allow us to grasp the minds of others not through conceptual reasoning but through direct simulation. By feeling, not by thinking."1

Also that gut feeling you have, the intuitive one that steers you in the right direction – mirror neurons. These have now been found surrounding the heart tissue. 40,000 of them directly communicating with the brain – this is called ‘the little brain in the heart’ and these neurons seem capable of short and long term memory

Now the bad news.

Yes everything is connected ad we can as humans, chill out and drop ourselves into a living expanding Internet of data. The problem is we all crave full broadband speed and quality – streaming full screen video like data with sound, yet we don’t yet have an internal broadband modem and the data tries to stream through to us from the target in spits and spurts form a much smaller connection – not unlike one of the first modems at speeds of 14,00kbps.

Yes we have access to any and all the information in the universe – the downside is the present connection can only accommodate something like these old Internet modems (4kb per second). For those of you non technical a standard website image 6cm by 6cm will be anything from 10 - 60kbs. This interprets to 3 – 18 seconds to fully build the picture. Because the data pipe is so limited the image or in our case target information has to come down in small parts , chunks or clusters of data. We then have to recompile the separated small parts of data at our end to recreate the image of the target. That’s OK we at least have a connection. We may have to wait longer and work a little more to build our final pictures but it’s a connection after all. Just work with what you’ve got.

Back to the remote viewing or simulating the target.

I’m sat there pen on paper initiating contact by the mere thought of the target. Bang it’s there – In an instant a snapshot of the target has been communicated. It was fast, really fast, like an inserted 1 frame subliminal image in a movie, I saw it but didn’t really see it – this was a gestalt or in internet/broadband terms a preview image – a small glimpse of the real thing, just enough to get a sense of something – colour, shape of general form. This I record with gusto using the ingenious ideogramatic language I have now adopted as my own. This you can see as my hand possessed of its own actions speeds across the page creating beautiful arcs and forms as it moves to interpret this instantaneous snapshot of the target into a swirl of lines.

I move on through the acclimatising stages of a learnt RV method approach to remote viewing. Each stage building the intensity of the data by pure weight of accumulated data. In the mid stages of the learnt method, the singular pieces of data start to come faster and in clusters of two or more impressions when I key myself by saying ‘what doe the target feel like when I touch it’;

‘Cold, hard, solid, angled’

You see I’m not actually touching the real target, but form the interconnectedness we have to all things I know what it would be like if I did touch it and from inside of me memories of me touching something like the target are called into play and used in the simulation. The whole act of remote viewing is building a simulation of the ‘actual’ remote target from past experiences. The mirror neurons see the snapshot of data and try to mirror or mimic this target data with our remembered and stored experiences. These Mirror neurons which could be our key or the root to being psychic could also be part of our downfall in remote viewing (more later).

Creating or simulating scenarios using mirror neurons is a normal everyday activity for us all, we all sit there and think/create a scenarios in our minds of what might unfold as we prepare dinner later that evening, or what might occur in the forthcoming business meeting. Our minds construct and play out the scenarios thousands of times a day, all using stored experiences and memories to predict an outcome or remote view a future event in our lives.

Anyway back to the viewing….

Like the old days of the Internet parts of my internal processes wait and watch as an image of the target stats to form in the deep places of my mind. Line by line, piece by piece like the old interlaced images on the Internet, the target image slowly and randomly reveals itself and indistinct parts of it start to make sense in the chaos of the emerging image.

Then more data clusters come through;

‘Tall, linear, red, structure’

My mind grapples with this information – somewhere in my internal memory, items are searched and a match is made to the data. But this isn’t an exact match. The mind is seriously trying to copy, mimic and simulate this target and the only tall, red, linear structure I have experienced is the Eiffel tower.

Before I know it this semi fitting piece of simulated data is inserted into my picture and simulation. I know as a feel ling from my internal snapshot that is developing of the target, that it’s not quite right – there nothing big enough for the Eiffel Tower to fit in to here – no other data seems to match it. So I can if I catch it right, I mark it as an AOL (Analytical overlay) – a guess but one that does hold some correct information about the target.

This is the problem or flaw with remote viewing. The mirror neurons are prone to adding to the simulation of the actual target data that is a very close match but not a 100% match I personally feel that this is due to the desire of the viewer to want to get the target named, once it’s named it feels more real and physical. This desire over time can be overcome and trained out by the viewer and the need to have the final naming recedes allowing for AOL’s to be less and also less harmful.

In a nutshell –the universe is all connected which means we can know anything about everything anywhere. When we think or active our intent towards a target this then stimulates the Mirror neurons to mimic and create a simulation of the target .Using our learnt and remembered experiences, a picture of the target is simulated at a distance. If we don’t have all the correct experiences sometime the next best memory/experience we have is used in the simulation which causes AOL or small errors.

So there you have it, after ten years of doing it every week these are my present thoughts on the remote viewing mechanisms - Given this I also have some thoughts on improving your remote viewing and or Remote viewing in general;

Games – computer games where you play in computer simulated worlds I feel enhance the development of remote viewing. The mind after a time gets used to creating 3D simulated environments. Ask any gamer who has played a map for a hour – in their mind they can in 3D move around and simulate that map and act out scenarios.

Experiences – Remote viewing and probably ALL psi abilities are linked to learnt experiences. We bring to the table what we have learnt in life. This is why we are always better at remote viewing targets we have actually been to and experienced in real life – the data is always richer and more positive form these. This is not just my personal experiences but has been noted time and time again. This is because the simulation is using data that is a 100% match to recreate the simulation by the mirror neurons.

So to be a better remote viewer experience and observe more. It’s another reason why feedback is so important to remote viewing – feedback allows data to be recognised and stored as experiences for you to use again. So go out into the world and touch more objects, feel and observe the textures and the sensations. Build that library of experiences especially the sensory experiences.

Words – learn more – the more ways you can express, simulate the data that is crying out to you the more accurate you will be with remote viewing and simulating the target. Expand you vocabulary and you expand your remote viewing capabilities.

Finding the best remote viewers – this process might be best determined by finding the people who have the bigger/better Mirror neuron systems. Coincidentally there are I would say more men remote viewers than women there may be a good reason for this. Men are very visual they like to watch things. Of course this is one of the reasons why porn is so prevalent. But mirror neurons maybe at play here as well.

“In yet another realm, mirror neurons are powerfully activated by pornography, several scientists said. For example, when a man watches another man have sexual intercourse with a woman, the observer's mirror neurons spring into action. The vicarious thrill of watching sex, it turns out, is not so vicarious after all.”*1

Maybe there are more male remote viewer not because of porn, but because men are generally more visual – who knows but its food for thought.

Daz

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Interesting sources:

The Holographic Universe (book) http://www.amazon.com/Holographic-Universe-Michael-Talbot/dp/0060922583

Ingo Swann on Telepathy and mirror neurons - http://www.biomindsuperpowers.com/Pages/Telepathy-1.html

Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirror_neurons

The Minds mirror - http://www.apa.org/monitor/oct05/mirror.html

*1 NY Times – cells that read minds - http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/10/science/10mirr.html

Analytical Overlay – The Military CRV manual - http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/answers/crvmanual/crvmanual-11.html


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5 Comments:

  • Interesting musings, but I have to comment on your statement that "A non physical web of non local interconnectedness carries information to and from the far reaches of space..." The reason non-locality doesn't violate special relativity in regards to traveling faster than the speed of light is that no information is being transmitted in non-local interactions. As soon as one attempts to ascertain non-classically transmitted information about a particle that is entangled to another, the quantum entanglement breaks down and the two particles cease to interact non-locally. I've tried to think of an example to explain this, but my memory's vague on the specifics. Point being though, our models of the universe still say information can't be transferred faster than the speed of light, so at present quantum entanglement isn't able to explain remote viewing.

    By Anonymous John, at 12:47 AM  

  • true, it cant explain it - but the non local communication between particles at faster than speed of light speeds does help support remote viewing and why/how we get the data.

    good comments!

    daz

    By Blogger Daz, at 2:42 PM  

  • In "The Fabric of the Cosmos," Brain Greene talks about how the current physical models of reality are suggesting time and space don't really exist, but are emergent properties of something more fundamental. I took that as a potential explanation for quantum entanglement: the particles appear to be communicating instantaneously because they're interacting at a level in which the concept of distance can't be applied. We can only transmit information in the realm of space-time though, so the effect breaks down when we attempt that.

    In reports of mystical states people claim that during their experiences, the concepts of space and time cease to have meaning because they were everywhere at once and nowhere and experiencing the entire history of the universe simultaneously yet felt outside of time. So individuals entering such states are directly experiencing what theoretical physics is suggesting is the nature of reality. So to attempt to make this relevant now, information can't be transferred in traditional, materialistic ways via entanglement, but if the experiences of remote viewing and mystical states are genuine, consciousness seems to be able to enter the non-local level at which entanglement occurs and obtain information.

    Surprisingly though, that's all a tangent. What interests me more (for the sake of being new to me) is your mention of mirror neurons located around the heart. I did a quick check of the links at the end of your post, but was unable to locate any further information. Where did you read about that?

    By Anonymous John, at 10:06 PM  

  • Hi, here some sources to get you started:

    These scientists have found that the heart has its own independent nervous system – a complex system referred to as "the brain in the heart." There are at least forty thousand neurons (nerve cells) in the heart – as many as are found in various subcortical centers of the brain.
    http://www.therealessentials.com/followyourheart.html

    http://www.heartmath.org/research/our-heart-brain.html

    n recent years, neuroscientist Dr. Armour made the exciting discovery that the heart has its own intrinsic brain and nervous system. This helped to explain what physiologists at the Fels Research Institute found in the 1970's — the brain (in the head) was dutifully obeying messages being sent from "the brain in the heart."
    http://www.deepplanet.com/articlepage2.asp?ArticleID=52&SectionID=4

    The brain in the heart:
    After extensive research, Armour (1994) introduced the concept of functional ‘heart brain’. His work revealed that the heart has a complex intrinsic nervous system that is sufficiently sophisticated to qualify as a ‘little brain’ in its own right. The heart’s brain is an intricate network of several types of neurons, neurotransmitters, proteins and support cells similar to those found in the brain proper. Its elaborate circuitry enables it to act independently of the cranial brain – to learn, remember, and even feel and sense. The heart’s nervous system contains around 40,000 neurons, called sensory neurites (Armour, 1991). Information from the heart - including feeling sensations - is sent to the brain through several afferents. These afferent nerve pathways enter the brain at the area of the medulla, and cascade up into the higher centres of the brain, where they may influence perception, decision making and other cognitive processes (Armour, 2004).
    http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/pdf/Heart,%20Mind%20and%20Spirit%20%20Mohamed%20Salem.pdf

    By Blogger Daz, at 1:25 PM  

  • sorry the links didnt come out well: here's some...

    http://tinyurl.com/29kzyn

    http://tinyurl.com/2guwox

    http://tinyurl.com/ysmwmw

    all the best...

    Daz

    By Blogger Daz, at 1:29 PM  

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