The Importance of Self-Awareness and Understanding Limitations
by Glenn Wheaton
September 22, 1998
It is very important for all of us to realize and remember who we are, what we are, and where we are. We also have limitations. We train to increase our level of understanding and learn to communicate within our environment.
It is also very important as students to stay grounded as we learn to Remote View. It is very easy to be tempted to detour from the path of validation, but that does not establish your ability. It is an assault on your credibility.
When you first begin to generate good RV data, it is much like a voice in a box. We don’t know anything about the voice; we don’t know the environment. We have been able to establish contact and exchange simple information. The task is to increase our ability to communicate clearly with the voice while understanding more and more about the environment of the interior of the box. The day will come when you will put yourself in the box with the voice and open the door to the Universe. It is a journey.
It is essential to keep your wits about you in this endeavor. Some fear the darkness and will come back with tales beyond belief. Is this real? Is this true? NO! It is a failure of the Viewer to manage the communication pathway in a reality-based manner. Don’t fall prey to willy-nilly wild imagination. It is probably wrong if the average prudent person would not readably believe the data. We understand that which we master with skill.
Reality-based management of the RV communication skill in validation work will allow you to work targets of interest that have little or no valid feedback available.
I will give you an example.
The Guild some time ago, after working validation targets week after week, was given without any fanfare a target that brought their skill to focus on life on a world light years away. The data generated was simplistic and depicted life in a very harsh environment. There was no extreme data proclaiming wild scenarios, only normal gestalts dealing with sights, sounds, smells, tastes, temperatures, and textures of an environment. The work was a very presentable mass of data, and analytically was very telling.
The success of this work highlights the need to follow the protocols, keep your wits about you, and generate an audit trail of performance data before you go after the esoteric targets.
Reality-based management of our RV work will be the difference between The HRVG being known as an “Island of Sanity” or another batch of UFO wackos or doomsday viewers.
If you intend to work targets of esoteric value, they must be tucked in among the long audit trail of your validation work. If you go off on a tangent of esoteric work alone, your skills will degrade, and your imagination will run amok. Believe me now or believe me later.