Thank you for your comments! Ed Dames likes to say, “Stop caring. When remote viewing, just don’t care about the target. Stop caring if you are getting it right.” A similar sentiment I’ve heard from Paul Smith, also. I think this is the “detach from outcome” perspective. Yes if you think about this as a game or fun, great!
It is in a way! Something called a target appears to be playing hide and seek with your subconscious.
I really mean it when I say the main reason I want results of your sessions is to gather ideas to improve remote viewing. I promise, I’m not laughing or judging or anything like that when I look at your sessions. I’m thinking things such as “what can I learn from this” and “what processes are occurring”.
One of the reasons I sought out Subliminal Club was to improve my own remote viewing. I want others’ results to improve as well. As Ingo said in one of his books, to paraphrase, that the ability to predict is power. So I think if I know more and more about the future, life, the universe, myself, etc., then I have more power. Power in my own life, for my own life.
The other thing I will mention is that when Charles Tart was doing some ESP research in the 1970s, he would tell participants to show up when they felt ready to do it, even if it meant rescheduling an appointment. Although I would love to see the results soon after the reference numbers were posted, I understand wanting to doing the session when you feel ready, or have time, or feel at your best. I simply ask you to ask yourself if part of the reason you might be using for any delay might be from anxiety or apprehension or fear of failure (getting it wrong) or something like that. Again, I say this all as just matter of fact, without criticism or judgment.
So the way I think about it is that if you want more fun and power, I encourage you to do your sessions and post them when/where Saint says to.