“Tasking” is the engine that drives the remote viewing train. It is the starting point of every remote viewing session. “Tasking” means the steps the person who decides what gets remote viewed and why (the “tasker”) takes to set up what the remote viewing target will be, and how to get the viewer to access it.
In remote viewing social media there is lots of talk about tasking—with usually superficial discussions about what makes for good taskings and what makes for bad. Much of this is wrong. Misunderstandings abound as to how certain targets should be tasked and how they shouldn’t.
Our theoretical, practical and hands-on workshop will build on what you already know, to fill in the blanks, correct misunderstandings, and help you up your game. We will first present the principles and show examples. Then you get to try your hand at creating your own taskings for various remote viewing scenarios we will provide. And you will get to offer up for group problem solving your own tasking scenarios, either from your past experiences or ones that you can think up. So come prepared with your own tasking conundrums!
You will find this hands-on experience valuable when you are the tasker. It will also help you know what you have a right to expect from your own tasker if you are the one doing the actual viewing. You will have competent guides in working through this curriculum. Bill and Paul each have close to 40 years experience in solving the very problems remote viewing taskers and remote viewers wrestle with every day.