Bilocation in remote viewing is the state of mind needed to be able to be in two places at one time. Bilocation, especially spontaneous bilocation is not a new phenomenon, although technical remote viewing is a fairly new technology, which was created about 20 years ago.
Two sides of the consciousness is needed for the individual to successfully conduct technical remote viewing (TRV). One half of the consciousness is to remain with the viewer’s senses to tend to the TRV structure, while the other half is tending to the target matrix site. Individuals who try technical remote viewing are often transported to a higher level of attention, which is the ideal state of mind to facilitate optimum technical remote viewing.
Bilocating in technical remote viewing requires that both halves of the consciousness remain at 50/50, with no half going over or under the other. If this happens, the viewer may feel like he or she is “off target.” The right speed and cadence of the TRV structure is very important to maintain a 50/50 level of bilocation.
Technical viewing protocols have been formulated to facilitate and even force the highest level of consciousness and achieve the perfect state of bilocation, which includes a gradual shift from stages 1 to 2 and finally to stage 3 and 4. The TRV protocol also includes techniques on how to deal with imagination and personal feelings according to the TRV structure. Initiating the TRV protocol enables the observers to see, hear, taste, and touch the target while passively documenting data observed.