Beginner’s luck

With every human activity or ability there is a phenomenon known as “beginner’s luck”. In remote viewing, the phenomenon presents itself as a particularly successful advance in the first attempt at psychological implementation, followed by a drastic decrease in the success rate, and then gradually rebuilt through further training. It can be assumed that this is a result of the initial excitation of the latently present PSI-conducting neural channels, which, as soon as they are psychoenergetically stimulated for the first time, take the analytical system by surprise and thus enable a high level of functionality without any noticeable effects on the system. As soon as the initial novelty disappears, the analytical systems that have been trained for years to check all mental functions try to control the newly awakened neural pathways, producing increasing amounts of disguising “mental noise” or AOLs.