Remote viewing is used as a resource. My role is to provide clues and additional multisensory information to law enforcement as requested. It is up to the detective(s) to take my remote viewing information and move forward with it. The session may need to be audio taped so that data can then be played later in order to detect any information that may not have seemed relevant at the time of the taping. I do not claim to be 100% accurate in my involvement on cases. One session typically lasts between 60-90 minutes.
In order to obtain the most from our meeting, I suggest the following:
- I will need the name and age of the victim/perpetrator and the intention of the session (profile, whereabouts, etc.) only. The less information given to me the better.
- Please give me feedback as to whether I am on target and encourage me to describe all that comes into my mind, even if it does not make sense to me "logically."
- Please ask open-ended questions to guide me in this state. Yes/no questions are not productive. Please know your intentions and questions prior to the session.
- Please give appropriate feedback so that my energy stays high- stating, "Yes, I understand" is enough.
- Stay on one topic- ex. victim, perpetrator or location and stay focused in one area of questioning before we move to the next.
- Please do not analyze data immediately. Allow me to give all the impressions I receive and later you can analyze and take what you need.
- Guide me whenever possible as to where you'd like me to focus my mind. For example, "Start at this location. Turn right, turn left, what do you see from this perspective?" or, "Go into the victim or perpetrator's energy and focus on what they may be feeling."
- The images I see are like pieces to a puzzle or scenes to a movie, it is up to the guide to take them and put them together.