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precogmiles

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Hi All,

I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of ‘luck’.

I’ve been practising my ESP using zener cards for a number of years. Nothing serious, just one session every 2 months or so. I would blindly guess, with no meditation, with the hope that the more I practice the better I would get. And I found some general rules, for example, after a lengthy time period off I would normally get the first few correct. It was almost as if my precognition ‘account balance’, for lack of a better word, would be used up in those first few attempts. The prediction rate would then level off back to normal (chance).

Last week, I again attempted the ESP zener cards after approximately 3 months since my last attempt. Again I noticed the same pattern, straight away my predictions were perfect and then levelled off back to chance probability. I then decided to practice some meditation and quieting of my mind before I made a prediction and to my surprise I got it right, I repeated the same technique 5 times and got each one correct in a row. I was shocked. So I took a deep breath, walked away, came back after 10 mins and did the meditation again before I made my predictions. This time I got 2 in a row correct, then I stopped.

After doing the ESP zener card for years I know what to roughly expect, in regard to lucky streaks and this was one of the best performances I have ever had. You could be forgiven in thinking that it was no more than a lucky streak and it was bound to happen at some point in time. But if you add the lucky streak to the method (meditation) I took, then I believe it is beyond a coincidence.

So I searched online for different ways people have used meditation to make predictions. I googled ‘meditation roulette’ and came across this thread https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=15635.210
Initially I thought the thread would be full of skeptics pouring scorn on the concept of using meditation to make predictions, like I had found on other sites. But to my surprise as I read it the original poster (Nowun) seemed to have made good progress on his precog skills over a year or so. Another user (Button) seemed to have success with his techniques. Both also show videos and images proving their claims.

So I thought to myself the proof of the pudding is in the testing. So I went on the focusbliss website and had a go. To my amazement, almost every time I did the meditation it seemed to work (sometimes I would be tired and unfocused and would get chance probability ) and I had doubled my balance from $500 to $1000. I was using the same techniques that Nowun and Button described, no progressions just flat bets on the finals.

The next day, when a good nights sleep had cleared up all the excitement I was feeling. With a sober analytical mind I said to myself ‘maybe yesterday was just a fluke’ and I began to get doubts about my successes. So, I sat down for another session on focusbliss, and again I got the same results. Went from $500 to  $700+ using the same technique. This continued for the next 3 days.

I’ve also been reading about remote viewing, which in theory is the same as precognition and clairvoyance. The success rate it seems for the applied precognition project is 54%, considering they have done over 600 trials this is quite amazing, some of their remote viewers are getting around 90% of their predictions correct. 
It’s still early days and roulette seems to be one of the best games to display these skills. If we  continue to focus our precognition skills on simple flat bets of the numbers in roulette (not colours) then the quality of the precognition will be much higher than a simple binary option currently used in Associative Remote Viewing (ARV).

I’ve noticed that Steve the admin here, has set up software to collect data on the validity of precognition, which I think is phenomenal. This will help greatly in finally uncovering the reality of precognition.

Our culture seems to be overly obsessed with the success of theoretical ‘physics’. To the skeptic layman, if physics says this is not possible then it is impossible, regardless of reality. But they have to remember that reality comes first, science is just our attempt at explaining reality. If reality shows precognition is real then we need to reevaluate our models. Science is subservient to reality, it's not the other way around.

Initially I was also convinced that precog was not entirely possible, simply because I hadn’t seen first hand results and had not seen the research. I was just like any other layman who was told it was all pseudoscience and I didnt need to listen to those crackpots. Now I have seen both, I am convinced that it is real and will be one of the biggest disruptors to several industries.   

I’ve now listened and read numerous cases of people claiming to have developed precognition even at later stages of life. To me this shows it is not something people are born with, but can learn and harness for themselves.

The best analogy i can find to compare precognition to, is art. Anyone can paint a great portrait, it just takes practice. Despite this, there are people who still think they can’t draw or paint therefore they don't attempt to try. Anyone of us can today go on an art course and learn the basics from a teacher. Following in the tradition of thousands of years of cumulative artistic knowledge, the teacher can guide the pupil to achieve the same level of skill as them (obviously this depends on how hard the student works). This is what I believe precognition can become, but (and this is a big but), there is no feedback loop for precog other than seeing the results.

To explain it more clearer. I think that any skill we learn requires three things. The thought(will), the physical action and senses to give us feedback which completes the loop. This is also true for mental actions. For example if I told you to draw a square in your mind, you would know that the mental actions you executed were correct because you now see a square in your minds eye.

The problem with precognition is that there is no feedback loop for our mental/precognition thoughts. So it always feels like we are stabbing in the dark. Most attempts to explain the methods have been very vague, simply because we can not describe to others what we can not see. I think all we have are experiences, so we resort to terms like ‘knowing’ or ‘it just feels right’ or gut instinct.

We need a kind of common experiential-vocabulary if they can’t be put into words. I also believe that we have a lot more senses than we think. If we can pick up on these senses, both physical and mental, and develop a more subtle understanding of them, then this would help further precog abilities.
 
One argument against precognition/telekinesis goes like this. Imagine that at a roulette table there are 4 players. 2 of the players select red and the other 2 select black.
One possible answer is this; if I go back to my art analogy, some people are just better at drawing/painting than others.

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It’s been a week since I wrote the above, just didn’t get a chance to post. I’ve been practising non-stop at developing my precog. I’ve tried betvoyager and I’ve been getting some amazing results. I never lose a session on betvoyager now, with a BR of 1000 units I always win on average 50 units when playing with single 1 units. Again this is just flat bet on numbers.

I’ve also managed to consistently get 7 or 8 out of 25 correct on zener cards. This is on various different versions online and as apps.
I aim to get above 10 consistently on zener by the end of this month.

TL;DR - precognition is the real deal, I’m not sure how it works, but it just works.

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I've seen and experienced enough to know its real too. But it really takes proper time and dedication.

PS the harder you try, the worse your results will be. Thought blocks the process. I wrote my tips for it somewhere on this forum I think in the "outside the box" area.

 

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