8 years ago, I worked with first Intuitive Coach, Internationally renowned Clairvoyant, and author – Debra Lynne Katz. My 3 month training focused on Remote Viewing.
At the time I was doing a lot of readings. One day, a client (I’ll call Jane), told me her 6 year old daughter had been acting strange. “Jane” hoped it had to do with her husband’s work/travel schedule, but something inside her prompted her to share her concern with me.
I realized that there was an opportunity for me to exercise my new skill, so I agreed to practice Remote Viewing on a specific day and time to see what I would get.
The information I received was so clear (and heinous) I did not want to share it with “Jane”. I was able to see (very vividly), that her young daughter was being sexually molested.
After much mental debate, I asked my Guides what I should do. I remember saying to them “What if I’m wrong?”
The response I received was: “What if you’re right?”
(Hmmm…..Good point.) I shared the news with my client. Unfortunately, the information I received from Remote Viewing was correct.
The good news was that my client moved her daughter out of harm’s way and put her on a healing path.
Soon after, a local Shaman called to see if I could help her client locate her brother, who was adopted before she was born. Again – much to my surprise, I received a lot of information (that was confirmed).
Our consciousness is everywhere we put our focus.
Remote Viewing is not bound by space or time. It can be done in 2 ways:
By leaving your body, spiritually to travel to the target location.
By viewing the target with your third eye.
The military has been training and using Remote Viewers for years, (while being famous for “debunking” intuitive phenomenon.)
Remote Viewing is something we all have the ability to do. Simply move your consciousness from one location (our immediate surroundings) to another (remote) location.
How would YOU use this skill if you mastered it? Wanna train with the Master herself?
On Saturday, September 16th, Debra Lynne Katz is joining me here, in Charlotte for a full day-long Remote Viewing Training. June Early birds save $50 when they save their seat.
Learn a new skill that can help others, and as importantly, help yourself.