Physical symptoms of bilocation are similar to being intoxicated or under the influence of a drug. This is because during the state of bilocation the consciousness is split into two, where one half of the attention remains in the room while the other half is transported to the target matrix or the target blueprint. The heightened sense of awareness that accompanies bilocation results to these signs and symptoms that often distinguishes the state from normal consciousness.
Physical symptoms related to bilocation include pausing, dazelike states, forgetfulness, especially forgetting what action to do next, forgetting common words and names, loss of attention to the surrounding environment, rhythmic rocking and tapping of extremities, decreased coordination in body movement, and decreased eye movement and blinking. Individuals have also been observed to start waving their pens in the air while in this heightened state of awareness, also referred to as the state of high attention.
Due to the nature of the physical symptoms of bilocation remote viewers are advised not to operate heavy machinery or vehicles until at least 15 to 20 minutes after a bilocation session. Dazed feelings are often experienced by new remote viewers who are still learning the technical remote viewing (TRV) protocol and gradually disappear with time. A common complaint is a hang-over effect, which does not go away as fast as the dazed feeling. In fact, some complain that this symptom never disappears. Remote viewers are advised to get up, stretch, drink water, or summarize data gathered after the bilocation to facilitate speedier dissipation of these symptoms.