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General Instructions for using the Tasker's Worksheet

The tasker's worksheet is to be used by individuals who are designated to choose targets for the public demonstration experiments of remote viewing that are being conducted by The Farsight Institute. You should print out the worksheet with your web browser. The worksheet should be filled out with a pen or pencil as you work through target ideas. Before filling out this worksheet, be sure to read the general requirements for targets for this experimental series. These general requirements describe how the target will look once it is finalized. As long as the target concept satisfies our published general requirements for these experiments, it will be accepted as the target for the given weekly demonstration. The worksheet is for your use only: do not send it via fax to the Institute. Your contact with the Institute will normally be through email.

First, wait for our Experiment Facilitator to contact you (via email) to tell you that our encrypted sessions are posted on our web site. Then begin working on your target choice. NOTE: To maintain consistency across all experiments, our Experiment Facilitator must be informed of the target decision as soon as possible after the posting of the encrypted sessions. After emailing our Experiment Facilitator with your target concept, he will then frame the target in its final form as per our wording, punctuation, and syntax requirements, as well as certify appropriate dates and locations that are pertinent to the target. He will also send it back to you for your final approval.

To use the worksheet, begin by stating a general target concept. For example, you may want the viewers for this experiment to view the Washington Monument on a particular day, or the destruction of the Hindenburg blimp, or the launch of a space shuttle, or whatever. Just write this down in the place for the general target concept.

All targets for this experimental series will have an essential cue and three target aspects. The essential cue is the most general statement of the target, and this will most closely correspond with your general target concept. The first numbered aspect will always be an exact copy of the essential cue, with the possible addition of a date and/or time. The second and third numbered aspects are other parts of the target on which you want the viewers to focus. Remember, you will need to keep in mind that a viewer's perspective when remote viewing is comparable with the placement of a camera at a given location and time. Thus, when you write the information that will be used for the second and third numbered aspects, keep in mind that the finalized forms for these aspects will address the idea of identifying the viewing perspective, sometimes explicitly.

After you fill out the space for the general target concept, fill out the second most important thing that you want the viewers to perceive. Remember that this needs to be a physical location. You want the perspective of each viewer to be at that location so as to maximize their ability to perceive that which is desired. Do not write something vague, like the thoughts of a person. Use specific, concrete language. Where do you want each viewer's perspective to be, pointed in which direction? Be as precise as possible. Then fill out the third most important thing that you want the viewers to perceive. Follow the same directions as per the second important item.

Feel free to include dates and times and specific locations. The more information you give the Experiment Facilitator, the easier it will be for him to frame the final target wording to exactly match your ideas.