Session 9 of the ARVARI Remote Viewing Course has us exploring elements of the vegetable and animal kingdoms with full sensory awareness. Emphasis is on the “emotional” level. This extremely powerful experience deeply reprograms your mind to improve visual and other sensory decoding abilities of the deep inner mind.
Wow, that sounds like a whole lot of gobbledygook. In fact, the guided meditation is a bit corny if you’re fully “awake” listening to it. Gerald O’Donnell takes the echo effect to the extreme.
Connecting with plants at an emotional level does not make sense to me. Connecting with animals at the emotional level makes a little more sense because I have pets. Fortunately, I only had to follow Gerald’s lead a second time for the concepts to make sense to me.
Gerald tells us to emotionally “connect” with a familiar plant in this session, preferably a tree. The first time, this made no sense to me. Plants don’t have feelings, at least, not like animals. Then Gerald reminds us that we’re here to observe, not analyze and rationalize about how things work. In this session, our job is to connect only at the emotional level.
We go through the same process as in session 8 of the ARVARI Remote Viewing Course: Gerald has us jumping to different reference points at the macro and molecular level to get a sense of color, density, sound, temperature, vibration, etc. The difference here is that there is a better sense of “flow” in animate things like plants and animals.
I had chosen the tree in my front yard. When I “went into” the root level, this is when I truly sensed emotions. Then it hit me. The emotions that I sensed were coming from the deep “connection” the tree has with the house, which also harbored “emotions.” I also sensed a network or “connection” between the plants all around me which communicate these emotions through each other.
Then Gerald has us pick an animal, preferably a pet. He has us go through the same procedure of jumping between different points of reference. The difference this time is he has us sense any defects, so we can repair them. The theta level is emphasized in this session. Supposedly, theta rhythms allow us to tune into others, sense defects and repair them.
When I “tuned” into defects in the cat, I found myself tuning into a part that was missing, her uterus. Then I used a healing symbol in my mind to correct the defect.
Of course, this reminds me of radionic tuning as described in The Healer’s Handbook: A Journey into Hyperspace by Stewart Swerdlow, who utilizes very specific tuning methods to reach and heal a subject on a physical and spiritual level, regardless of distance between healer and subject. If anything, The Healer’s Handbook is missing this key ingredient: Approach a healing session during theta rhythms, which is key to remote viewing.
The first time I listened to session 9, I was asking myself, “Why am I tuning into an animal? What does this have to do with remote viewing?” The second time around when I simply followed Gerald’s guided meditation without analyzing or rationalizing, it made sense: On a physical level, plants, animals, even the house where we live, are all part of the “matrix,” the source of information.
I am reminded of the work of Rupert Sheldrake in morphic resonance wherein he hypothesizes a kind of intelligent data field between a species – which allows an entire species to learn from the experience of a few. In a way, at a “deep” level, according to Rupert’s hypothesis, an entire species remote views the experience of a few.
Rupert applies his theories to the plant and animal kingdom. I haven’t read his work deeply enough to find out how he applies it to humans, but I imagine that morphic resonance theories fit into intelligent data field theories of the “matrix” like hand in glove.
The sense I get from the “matrix” at this point is that it’s all around us. If you recall from Do You Believe in Ghosts and Spirits, we’re always potentizing people, places, and things with our energies, like a homeopathic remedy. A person, place, or thing can serve as a key to our thoughts and experience when potentized with our energies; this is the basis of psychometry and the manifestation of “ghosts.”
The physical forms of plants and animals are merely physical extentions of time/energy functions in nature ; these time/energy functions are all pervading in nature. When Gerald asks us to tune into “emotions,” he’s asking us to tune into functions of time and energy which are etheric, astral and other strange places that probably don’t interest most people, but we’re all part of it. We’re all spiritual beings intimately attached to physical bodies.
The next session is about tuning into other humans. I can’t wait to tell you about it. Until then.