I’ve always had this uncanny way of knowing what’s just around the corner. But, I’m also very skeptical about anything that isn’t backed by science. I’ve read plenty of books on cosmology, quantum physics, etc, and as far as I know, there is no logical, science based explanation for intuition aside from simply lucky guesses, or a selective memory bias.

One day, a friend told me about a research program at Stanford Research Institute that showed some convincing evidence that it is possible to glimpse a small bit of data from the future, before it happens – even if the future event is random. I didn’t believe it. When I got back to my office, I looked it up. And I was fascinated. I bought every book I could find on the topic and dove in deep. I played around with the experimental protocols for a while, and had some interesting and encouraging success. I was intrigued, but still somewhat skeptical.

The issue was that the “effect size”, that is, the amount of um… “psychic” effect (for lack of a better word) was very, very SMALL. And this was also backed up by the research. We are talking about 1 or 2 bits of “effect” out of 100’s of bits. That’s not exactly Nostradamus. To make something useful out of this, I devised a method of leveraging that minuscule effect size into a useful, more predictive signal by repeating dozens of trials and using consensus of trial results to derive a statistically significant prediction. It was called “Associative Remote Viewing”, and it actually worked. Not only was I seeing more reliability with the predictions, but I was now able to actually measure statistical significance – which is very important to me.

In fact, it worked so well, for the next thirteen years from 1998 to 2011, I conducted a rigorous, double blind experiment where I predicted the future outcome of random and hidden financial markets while risking my capital on the predictions. At the end of the thirteen year period, I was able to generate nearly $150,000 in profits resulting in a success rate of 60% correct trades from 5,677 trials, yielding a statistically significant score of z = 4.0. The chance that my success is due to chance expectation is less than 1 in 31,000. In 2012, I published a research paper in the Journal of Parapsychology called “Greg Kolodziejzyk’s 13-Year Associative Remove Viewing Experiment Results”. My results have been peer reviewed, and referenced in dozens of books, papers, and web sites over the years, including Dean Radin’s book “SUPERNORMAL”.

The “remote viewing” examples below consist of a drawing and a photograph. This is the part of my ARV protocol that accesses “intuitive thinking” which is fuel in the engine that makes this actually work. I am tasked with trying to intuitively describe (by drawing) a photograph that I will be shown at some point in the future. The photo is randomly selected from a 4000 photo database AFTER the drawing is submitted. Matches between the drawing and photos aren’t always this accurate, which is why amassing a consensus resulting from many trials is essential to leveraging this small effect size to predict the outcome of some future event (like if the stock market is going up or down).

The sketches to the left were drawn hours before the photos to the right were randomly selected from a database consisting of 4000 photographs.

Click here to download a .PDF summary of the experiment

Click here to download the .DPF research paper published in the Journal of Parapsychology

Click here to listen to Greg’s interview with MoneyShow.com

To read about an interesting correlation between ARV success rate and lunar phase and solar storm activity, read this.

How does remote viewing work?

Remote Viewing is a method of gathering non local (not local in space or time) data by using your mind. The remote viewer sits quietly, with their eyes closed, and uses their imagination to accurately describe activities, events, objects and geographical locations all over the planet (and beyond) in the past, present or future.

The controlled, goal oriented, methodological approach to perceiving the past, present or future is called Remote Viewing. Remote viewing can be utilized by anyone. As with any other skill or talent, the level of remote viewing ability varies from person to person not unlike athletic skills or musical talent, but for the most part, everyone has some built-in abilities.

If you are skeptical – as you should be, you are probably thinking that this whole notion of gathering information through no known physical means is impossible and merely a result of selective experimentation and delusional wishful thinking. I certainly did. If it’s true, then where’s the science?

Well, consider this: According to a META study conducted recently by Dr. Dean Radin of UNLV, a summary of all psi (remote viewing) experiments conducted by universities and research organizations, showed an astounding overall effect size (objective method of evaluating experiment results as compared to what could be expected by chance) that resulted in odds against chance of ten million to one. Some individual studies actually resulted in odds against chance of over 100 billion to one! The META study summarized the results of over 5.5 million individual trials that spanned the last century.

According to Professor Jessica Utts, a statistician from the University of California, in a report assessing the statistical evidence for psychic functioning requested by Congress and the CIA, “It is clear to this author that anomalous cognition is possible and has been demonstrated. This conclusion is not based on belief, but rather on commonly accepted scientific criteria. The phenomenon has been replicated in a number of forms across laboratories and cultures.” And regarding continuing research, she adds “I believe that it would be wasteful of valuable resources to continue to look for proof. No one who has examined all of the data across laboratories, taken as a collective whole, has been able to suggest methodological or statistical problems to explain the ever-increasing and consistent results to date.”

I’ve always found that experience is the best – possibly the only teacher. The examples below show a target (photograph) to the right as well as “remote viewing data” to the left. RV data are intuitive impressions of the target which may include a text description or a drawing or both. What makes all of this so fascinating is that the text and drawings (the data) were created BEFORE the viewer (me) saw the target. In fact, in many of the cases, the target wasn’t even chosen until AFTER the remote viewing data had been generated.

The targets above were selected randomly by a computer application from a database of over 4000 photographs. The viewer is completely blind to ANY information about a target until AFTER he has submitted his remote viewing data. After the data has been submitted, the viewer is allowed to see the target.

A basic level of remote viewing can be used by almost anyone, as I’ve discovered, to answer simple binary questions about the past, present or future. It’s called Associative Remote Viewing.

How does ARV predict the future?

Essentially, associative remote viewing is a way of generating an answer to a binary question where we associate a simple photographic target as a substitute for the actual answers. The reason for using association is because directly remote viewing the answer to your question is flawed because your conscious mind interferes with the true intuitive process. When you are consciously thinking about something, then your brain generates all kinds of thoughts about it which are mostly noise based on your active thoughts (your brain tries to “figure out the answer”). ARV is a method whereby we can hide the actual objective, and instead “associate” unknown, invisible targets in it’s place.

Here’s how a typical practical application of ARV works: Let’s assume that you want to predict if the Dow Jones Industrial Average will close up or down tomorrow. Get someone to randomly select two unique and different photographs from a magazine and hide them in two separate envelopes. On the back of each envelope, have her write an association for that photograph. For example:

1. photograph A = Dow closes UP tomorrow
2. photograph B = Dow closes DOWN tomorrow

Now have your friend agree to give you the appropriate envelope tomorrow at 2:15 pm (after the markets close) to look at. The envelope she gives you at 2:15 pm will be associated to the outcome of the Dow for that day. Example, if the Dow closes up, she gives you photograph A, if the Dow closes down, she gives you photograph B, just as indicated on the back of each resepctive envelope.

Now you need to do your remote viewing session. When you are using ARV, you are actually remote viewing YOURSELF in the future – NOT the Dow Jones Industrial average. Your task for the remote viewing session will be: “Describe will I be looking at tomorrow at exactly 2:15 pm”. Give your remote viewing data (drawings and perceptions) to your friend and ask her to chose the photograph that closest matches your description. Without showing you the photos, she can tell you what the association was for that photograph. If you more accurately described photograph A, then you can predict that the Dow will close UP for tomorrow, if you more accurately described photograph B, then you can predict that the Dow will close down for tomorrow. To complete the experiment, at exactly 2:15pm tomorrow, you must view the photograph associated with the outcome of the Dow for that day.

So you see, rather than remote viewing the outcome for the Dow in the future, we are remote viewing a photograph associated with the outcome of the Dow in the future. Photographic targets can be blind, random, and best of all, the contents of the photo can be ANYTHING – leaving the remote viewer unable to analyze his task, resulting in an accurate prediction.

OBJECTIVE – Our team – Fred and Mary want to take a long or short position in the stock market on Thursday morning and exit the position on Thursday evening hopefully making a profit. A long position means that they will be ‘buying’ the market, and will make a profit if the market closes UP on Thursday, and a short position means that they will be ‘selling’ the market and they will make a profit if the market goes DOWN on Thursday. Fred will remote view a target that he will see on Friday, and Mary will manage the entire process in between.

1. MONDAY – Our distinguished remote viewer Fred imagines what he will be seeing on Friday and sketches it on a piece of paper. As you can see in our illustration, Fred perceives a half-round, dome-like shape.

2. TUESDAY – Mary, Fred’s assistant chooses two photographs at random from her extensive computer database. She then (randomly) specifies that the photo of the observatory will be associated with an UP market, and the photo of the starfish will be associated with a down market. That is, on Friday, she will show the photo of the observatory to Fred if the markets went up on Thursday, OR she will show the photograph of the star fish to Fred on Friday if the market goes down on Thursday.

3. WEDNESDAY – Fred provides to Mary his drawing of what he thinks he might see on Friday. Mary looks at the photo of the starfish and the photo of the observatory and attempts to select which one she thinks Fred drew. Mary thinks that it’s pretty obvious that Fred will see the photo of the observatory on Friday meaning that the market must go up on Friday in order for him to see that photo.

4. THURSDAY – On Thursday morning Mary takes a long position in the market – That is, she is betting that the market will go up that day, thereby forcing the photo of the observatory to be shown to Fred on Friday. On Thursday evening, Mary closes her position.

5. FRIDAY – Mary will now show one of the two photos to Fred. She checks the market’s activity for Thursday and finds that the market went UP during the day, so she shows Fred the photo that was associated with an UP market – the observatory. It is important to stress here that regardless of what position Mary took on Thursday, Fred will ALWAYS see ONLY the photograph associated with what the market ACTUALLY did on Thursday – not necessarily what Mary predicted it should do.

Associative remote viewing can provide unbiased answers to any question about the past, present or future. Since the nature of time is something that we are still struggling to understand – if it is even possible for us to understand, 100% accuracy using ARV is not possible. Many factors including poor remote viewing, and subconscious expectations impede the success of predicting the future as well as describing the past.

Why do I think this important for you to know?

It is my opinion that we don’t “predict” the future. Rather, we “effect” the future via retro casual micro psychokinesis, or “retro-PK” for short. There is plenty of statistically valid evidence that we can effect the outcome of random events with our intention (like the random number generator experiments at Princeton University for example). Not only that, but the evidence suggests that time or distance is NOT a limiting factor. That means that you can slightly effect the outcome of a random event that already occurred in the past as long as the outcome has not yet been observed. And that is my theory on how ARV works: we effect the outcome of our random thoughts in the past once a future outcome has been observed. Watch this video for a 20 minute explanation of both the ARV experiment, and my theory about retro PK.

The deeper conclusion is inescapable in my opinion, and very personal in nature. And that is that YOUR THOUGHTS AND INTENTIONS ACTUALLY CREATE YOUR REALITY. They not only create your reality in the future… but create your reality in the past.

Everything we think about – our visions, thoughts, hopes, dreams, fears – actually have an affect on the material world. It doesn’t just work with random number generators or dice. EVERYTHING in the universe is FILLED with randomness – your body, my hands, this floor, the air around us.

Your life consists of an infinite number of random number generators – from the quantum particles bouncing around in your mind, to decisions and choices that you make. That universe of randomness is available for influence by your thoughts and intentions at every moment. Past, present and future – just like the Princeton experiment discovered – and just like I hope I have demonstrated to you using my Associative remote viewing experiment which creates a signal in the past which allows us to take action to create a future that we desire.

YOU create your universe. Earl Nightingale said -You are and become what you think about – but I think it’s more like -Your world, your universe, you and everything in your life IS and will BECOME what you think about.

Your reality… your life… your future… your past… is what you THINK about, what you hope for, what you dream about… and……. what you fear.

You wake up in the morning and your are looking forward to, and positive about your day – you CREATE that.

You take on a challenge that is a bit bigger than you and your boldness, passion, excitement and expectation of a positive result actually CREATES your success.

You visualize successes in your life and the lives of your family and friends and those thoughts actually FORM – they become REAL! And YOU made it!!!

You have the POWER to create the life and world that YOU want to live in.

I challenge you to start using it.