Tiny Investigations: A Little Background and the Blog
A Little Background
For many years prior to learning remote viewing, I conducted tiny investigations by researching points of interest online and then dragging my extremely patient partner to vacations and weekend excursions (which included hunting for opals in Nevada, exploring caves in Mount Shasta and looking for haunted ruins in the Bay Area) to compare the online research to the actual places. None of it was documented, but there are plenty of good stories which came from our trips.
When initially conceiving this website, my plan was to continue to drag my partner around to answer burning questions for anyone who had a burning question. Subconsciously (or completely consciously), I probably wanted (want) to be a private investigator. Then, in September 2016, we took a Remote Viewing workshop with John Vivanco, who has been a remote viewer since it was declassified by the military in the late 1990s. The remote viewing workshop was mostly intended to be an interesting weekend vacation. For me, it soon became a passion and I began practicing with John via email on a weekly basis. Thank you John, for everything!
Although I had done no work on the Tiny Investigations with Gina Lovoi website between August 2015 and September 2016, the remote viewing experience gave me a concrete direction in how to go about conducting tiny investigations. It was very serendipitous! After practicing remote viewing regularly (five days a week) for about a year, I decided the time was right to get the website/blog up and running. It was launched in June of 2017. If you have any burning...or sort of smoldering...or even kind of luke warm questions, please don't hesitate to check out the Tiny Investigations Examples and Process page to find out how to send them on over.