Displacement in Associate Remote Viewing (ARV), Psychic Readings and Life by Debra Lynne Katz.

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As I read and ponder the discussions about the “problem” of displacement - the phenomenon of a remote viewer accurately describing the unintended target, I see an image of water spilling through the seems of a box. The water is moving, rushing, powerful, unstoppable, white, foaming, liquidy. There is no grasping it, and ultimately no containing it. No amount of tape, glue, wood, nails or any other kind of reinforcement can stop the leakage. The water is what we refer to as our subconscious and probably a whole lot more. It’s the part that can access information about anything, any one, and then bring this information back to our aware selves through our physical senses in the form of thoughts, sketches, feelings, bodily sensations, words, visions, smells, sounds, etc.

The Box in this analogy represents the boundaries, the rules, the organizational system we keep trying to install around the water. We think the problem(s) is with the water, but it’s really with the box. In modern day American society, many people first build the box without having an idea the water is there, and by the time they actually find the water, they forget that they built the box around themselves to begin with. Now they are behaving as if the box is more real then the water and getting themselves into all kind of trouble.

Conversely, when it comes to ARV, people like Marty Rosenblatt are highly, even painfully aware of the water, and are having a growing understanding of the flimsiness of the walls of the box, and are therefore tirelessly working to find ways to both reinforce those walls and work with the water itself so that it will stay within it’s designated area - namely the channel or trench or tub that is associated with the winning feedback photo. Every time a new strategy is attempted to stop displacement, a new wall is erected or perhaps an old one patched up, and yet still, the force of the water seems too strong. So in recent discussion, and in regards to Lyn Buchannan’s (www.crvier.com) brilliant analogy where he suggests the subconscious is more interested in getting