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What Can CRV Do For You?

Why do people sign up to learn CRV, anyway? OK, just a few examples… CRV can be used to: • Improve strategic planning for corporations and companies • Assist law enforcement to find missing people and solve crimes • Locate artifacts and structures in important archeological digs • Help parents better understand their children and foresee problems before they occur, thereby preventing disaster • Work with medical personnel to detect illness and locate the source • Improve creativity for authors, song writers and more • Uncover hidden secrets of history • Describe future technologies • Devise improved strategies and processes…

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The 3 Steps to Set Aside Anything — And Get On with Your Life!

Many thanks to Lyn Buchanan for teaching me so well for so long! Lyn and I used to commiserate about the fact that most students simply couldn’t “get” the Set Aside Process. So here it is, in black and white. Hopefully seeing it in print will make it easier for everyone to learn how to set anything aside when the going gets rough and you need to be free from bothersome issues. Did you have an argument recently that has you gripped in its emotional talons and just won’t allow you any peace of mind? Things in our lives –…

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Meditation for Healing the Planet

Recently during a Mentoring Club Meeting with my more Advanced Remote Viewing students, many were finding that the current state of affairs on the planet were causing anxiety and tension.  Empaths tend to feel things very strongly.  So our meeting that night was structured toward a state of peace, recognizing that we are all co-creators of this reality.  As such, we have the ability to change things through our consciousness.  I began to lead them in a meditation which just flowed straight from the heart, and felt directed or guided somehow.  And I am honored to share it with you…

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How to Learn from Your Remote Viewing Sessions

As Remote Viewers, we always want to be right, right? Accuracy is high on our “feel good” priority list!  But most remote viewers tend to be very critical of themselves when they take a first glance at the feedback from a session: “Darn! That is not what I was seeing in my mind at ALL.  I suck at remote viewing!” The truth is, most viewers don’t suck at remote viewing.  If we expect the target photo to look exactly like the image in our mind’s eye while we are viewing, we will always be disappointed.  Remember, the target photo is…

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Powerless or Powerful?

Nowadays, I can’t blame anyone for feeling panic. Fear is a very power catalyst for action. “What if” scenarios abound. Revolution, civil war, the breakdown of society – all of these loom like great shadows over us as we contemplate the future. What so few realize is how powerful each of us is. Looking for leadership and guidance, we are all too quick to surrender our power to some elected official. The future – your future – demands that you take personal responsibility for what happens next.You may feel helpless and wonder “How can I possibly have any effect on…

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Facing Your Fears

Facing Your Fears by Lori Williams © 2016 Lambert Williams Enterprises, LLC Many times when we begin a remote viewing session, there is an initial sense of groundlessness, a sort of “lost” feeling. We always want to feel grounded, to know where we are in space/time, and even more importantly, where we are heading. That is a natural human instinct. That instinct is what causes us to jump up and reach for something to eat, or something to watch on our phones, the minute we feel a bit uncomfortable, or the moment there is a lull in our lives that…

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The Art of Describing Activities

As an instructor of Remote Viewing, I’ve noticed that Activities taking place at a target site are often challenging for my students to describe well. Why is that?  Why are activities seemingly more difficult to describe than, say, a building or a landscape? It goes without saying that, regardless of what the target subject matter happens to be, new (and sometimes even seasoned viewers) are often tempted to name the target, rather than describe it. Nouns are so handy, and our left-brained ability to name possible threats has kept us alive as a species.  So it is human nature to…

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Who Will You Be in This New Year?

My friend, A new year always feels like a clean slate to me — a chance to start fresh and have a new, more inspired perspective. When I think of what has brought me some of my favorite moments of 2015, I think of you all — my students and friends.  You bring such joy to my life, and such meaning!  Each one of you holds a special place in my heart. As we pass into 2016, think about the things you are most grateful for the year that has just passed.  Then, think about your greatest wish or desire…

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TIME: What is It? (c) Lori Williams

I’ve never managed Time very well.  In fact, my “joke” is that I am never on time, but at least I am consistent!  In the very first remote viewing course I took, I realized that Time is not linear, as I had always thought of it — and that thought captivated me.  I’ve been fascinated with Time ever since. Dying to be Me Recently, I read a book called “Dying to be Me” by Anita Moorjani. Anita tells her story of dying from Hodgkins Lymphoma, her Near Death Experience and subsequent healing. The book is really fascinating, and several parts of it have…

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Are You Restless?

In my family – my mother, my sisters, my dad and myself – we always spoke of what we considered a family trait: that restlessness that would come on without warning, bringing with it an urge to do something… Do something! Leave! Change jobs, change spouses, change homes, change cities. Get a dog. Buy a motorhome, an instrument, a boat, a new appliance. Start a new diet, begin a new exercise program, join a new club… Do something! Knowing what I know now, it is easy to recognize these tendencies in myself for what they really are: a need to…

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