I used to go running with this guy, a while back.
We were training for a 10K, and we’d meet up every Saturday to run on this bike trail next to a river.
He was telling me about his dad, who’d had an out of body experience while he was running a marathon.
Maybe it was a combination of exhaustion, reserve level endorphins, who knows.
But as he described it, it sounded kind of freaky. He was suddenly jettisoned out of his body, and was looking down on himself as he was running. It freaked him out, so he started screaming.
Only he wasn’t screaming, he was floating over his body, watching himself screaming. Then he zapped back into his body, and suddenly felt embarrassed that he was screaming, and kept on running like nothing happened.
It’s widely known that both the Russians and the CIA worked hard to train their agents to be able to do some kind of remote viewing.
Of course, the CIA did it because they heard the Russians were doing it, and the Russians, no doubt, were doing it to keep up with the CIA.
Now, this could be a pretty cool trick to have. Playing cards, reverse engineering your competition, getting the inside dope on negotiations.
Perhaps the most effective way is to use this on yourself.
Getting a third person perspective can be helpful in a lot of situations.
I’m sure you’ve known people who were in bad relationships. Everybody knew it was going to end badly, except for them.
Being able to “pop out” of yourself, and see your own actions as if from a third party can be extremely helpful in these cases.
Especially when making important decisions.
How do you do this? It takes practice, to be sure.
But just imagine that you’re watching yourself, and pretend that you (the person that you’re watching) is somebody else.
Then just check, objectively, if what you’re doing is based on a specific goal (that you yourself have chosen), or if you’re operating unconsciously, being affected by one of the many Mind Triggers. (social proof, authority, cognitive dissonance, etc).
You’ll find it can be very helpful to “check in” on yourself, from time to time, just to see how you’re doing.
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