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Remote Viewing To Find Lost Objects

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comWhenever I try to spark up a conversation on the subject of remote viewing, I tend to find people stand very firmly in their skepticism of its validity, or even in their complete disagreement with its use. I’ve heard some say that remote viewing is only used to “spy on people,” or “you can’t really prove it, because there aren’t enough good studies on the subject.”

While I can understand the caution with remote viewing (thinking about its use in the wrong hands so to speak), I do believe there is sufficient evidence for this psychic phenomenon. In fact, it is a paranormal technique that was extensively studied and used in the US military’s Stargate Project in the 1980s, for example. According to Wikipedia, “Remote viewing is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target, purportedly using extrasensory perception or “sensing” with the mind.” Again, I can see why some people are actually a little scared or uneasy with the concept of remote viewing. I don’t want people spying on me either, but I feel remote viewing certainly also has benefits. I like to think about its practical applications. I have found it to be a very useful tool in finding lost objects!

Last summer a gentleman in our spiritualist camp neighborhood lost his hearing aid. He looked for quite some time, and unable to find it, he enlisted the help of his neighbors. Lucky for him, his neighbors are all psychic mediums! We asked Spirit, but weren’t getting many good leads. Apparently our request was low on the priority list for our very busy angels and guides? Or perhaps they knew we would figure it out on our own!

Whether remote viewing is reliable or whether it can be taught to the average civilian for spy purposes is undecided; however, it has been verified that a few psychics were able to accurately make significant discoveries with reliability using remote viewing ~ Jenna Alatari

We pulled out our pendulums and dowsing rods, asking questions and getting at least some directions as to where it might be.  We walked around, trying all of these divining methods for nearly an hour, and all we did was limit ourselves to a pretty big general outside area when it hit me… wait, we haven’t tried remote viewing!

Now, in fairness, remote viewing is a skill that doesn’t come easily to most people. In fact, a lot of people think they can’t do it, so they don’t even try. My husband and I teach spiritual development classes and we sometimes touch on remote viewing and let our students give it a whirl. There are different ways to do it, but I can really only speak of my personal approach. I know some will try to see a whole picture of a place or a thing, from the outside looking in, but when I remote view I usually start at a place of being the object itself.

I stopped for a moment and closed my eyes. I needed to get myself firmly centered, grounded, and shut out everything else. Everything is energy and has a vibration, and when I remote view I need to meld with that specific vibration. I had to ‘become’ the hearing aid.

I started to ask myself questions. I asked what I could see around me. Green. All I could see was green to my left. But as I looked up I could see the sky. I looked to my right. Dirt. I asked what I was feeling around me. It felt cool, and a little damp. I listened for what sounds I could hear. The television and people talking. I realized as I found myself as the hearing aid, I was in the grass and near a house. Also it was in the shade, not the sun, as I felt cool and damp.

I started walking more towards my neighbor’s house, towards the part where there is only patchy grass. It happened to be right in front of the house.  I could now really hear the television (no longer just in my mind). So, I knew I was close. I was looking all around the area and still couldn’t pinpoint it.  Then I heard, “Stop, don’t step on me, I’m here, I’m here.”

Nearly every agency with an intelligence wing – including the CIA, the National Security Agency, the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Secret Service, the Coast Guard and Customs – employed remote viewers at some time or another ~ Joseph McMoneagle

I stopped in my tracks and looked down. I couldn’t see it, but I put my hand on the ground and felt around. And there it was!  The little hearing aid was on the ground, in the patchy grass, a few feet from the house, and right in the line of foot traffic where it would have been sunk into the dirt and likely lost forever if someone had stepped on it.

I could have found the hearing aid with my eyes only. It blended in perfectly with the ground, grass, dirt and leaves. Our divining methods could only get us to a general area of the land and then we had run out of identifying questions. Spirit wasn’t giving me any solid answers other than, “It’s over there.” I had to actually ‘become’ the hearing aid and see and experience everything from its point of view. It does not always work perfectly, but I have certainly used this method before to locate various lost objects. If you’ve never done it, you should give it a try.

About The Author: Angie

Angie is an accomplished Medium, Intuitive and Empath, speaking with Angels, Spirit Guides and those who've crossed over. She's situated in the New England area, and has been providing highly accurate readings for her clients for over twenty-five years, and is sought after for psychic parties and dinners. What makes her particularly fascinating is her unique talent with Art Mediumship, in which she combines drawings and messages. She's trained with many mentors locally and internationally, and has connected with exactly the right teachers at just the right time. Angie is also a teacher, offering Spiritual Gift and Mediumship Development classes, and she is Certified in Akashic Records and Pranic Healing. If you'd like to be introduced to your best spiritual self, while receiving detailed answers from a gifted and compassionate Card Reader and Medium, you can find Angie at

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