Basic Controlled Remote Viewing: 3-Day LIVE Online Course!

December 8, 2017 @ 9:00 am – December 10, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Lori Williams

We all have those moments of spontaneous knowing… Knowing the phone will ring, knowing who is calling, or just knowing something is going to happen.  What if you could learn to control your intuition?  How would that affect your decisions?  Your career? Your relationships?

Now is your time!  Controlled Remote Viewing has been called “The Survival Skill of the Future.”  Give yourself a Christmas gift with this amazing mental martial art.  Read what the class includes, below:

Controlled Remote Viewing Basic, Phases 1, 2 and 3 includes:
The Theory of CRV – An overview of the CRV method, its uses, potentials, currently-used applications and limitations.
The History of the Military’s Remote Viewing Program – How the U.S. Military came to develop and use Controlled Remote Viewing as a supplement to its Intelligence gathering tools.
A Brief Overview of Other Types of Remote Viewing.
Frequently Used Terminology – CRV Basic will teach a brief set of the most frequently-used terms and how they are applied within the science of Controlled Remote Viewing.
Phase One – Learn how to open the door to your subconscious mind. This is the part of the CRV structure that forms the foundation of the entire CRV session. In this part of the course, you will begin to develop a relationship with your own subconscious mind. The interactive work in Phase One will teach you how to get basic information about a target photo without using your normal five senses.
Phase Two – In Phase Two, you will learn to describe both sensory (colors, textures, smells, tastes, sounds) and dimensional (shapes, sizes, etc) information about a target site. The hardest part of any intuitive process is distinguishing between actual target information and your own imagination, logic, and wishful thinking. These problems and their solutions are covered. The student is taught to acquire accurate information about the target site as if he/she were actually there.
Phase Three: Sketching – Even if you feel that you “can’t draw a straight line” you can do very well in the sketching stage of remote viewing. In fact, some people who consider themselves poor sketchers do better in this phase of CRV than good graphic artists. For those who are gifted with an ability to draw well and those who aren’t, you will learn how to separate your imagination from actual target information while you draw. You will learn how to allow your subconscious to use your body to tell you what is at the target site in a graphical format. Even the distortions that come through as a natural part of the process can be important clues to understanding more about the target.
Self-Monitoring – The student is taught to monitor him/herself throughout the CRV process, keeping tabs on emotional states and adherence to the CRV structure in order to obtain the most objective, accurate information.
How to Score, Document and Record Results of the CRV Session – Each student is taught how to assess the results of every CRV session. Entering your results into a very simple database will allow you to establish a track record and a pattern of both strengths and weaknesses. Data is what separates the CRVer from “Madam Minerva in the Gypsy Tent.” By keeping track of your perceptions and whether they were correct, incorrect, or unscoreable, you’ll quickly see what you are really good at, and where you need help to strengthen certain areas.
Suggested Pre-Class Reading: “The Seventh Sense” by Lyn Buchanan

2 Comments to Basic Controlled Remote Viewing: 3-Day LIVE Online Course!

  1. by Lise Calleja Bahia

    On November 20, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    Dear Lori,
    My name’s Lise and I’m from Brazil. I’m just learning english. I went to Peru in October 2015 and learned how to do Remote Viewing. But, my Professor unfortunately, only taught us to see, very quickly. It has not taught us the structure of Remote Viewing that you seem to teach. And that’s all about him.
    This letter is being written through Google. Everything I learned after the Remote Viewing course I did in Peru, I learned by chance and by myself. I learned alone how to see people’s feelings. I have learned that there is both superficial and deep feeling. I learned alone that I could see their bodies and their sickness inside. I learned alone to feel the environments. I’ve learned that I can talk to people. I learned that even after leaving the target, I still kept seeing the target. I had a PSI once. I thought I was the person! On another occasion, I went to visualize a man (I did not know him) and he saw me! He looked at me and said, “Not here, but how did you get here?” and I said, “Calm down, I’m just studying!” and I left as fast as I could.
    On the website, I saw the prerequisite is to read “The Seventh Sense” by Lyn Buchanan. I’m translating Lyn’s book through Google. And I was amazed. Everything that happened to me was written in that book. I was so happy, that everything written in the book is part of my learning process! All that is normal !!! I’m grateful to be reading Lyn’s book.
    As I do not know English to be able to take your course, I would like to know if you intend to take courses in Spanish. I am Brazilian, my mother is Bolivian, I understand the Spanish language very well, but I do not know how to speak fluently Spanish.
    I have not read the whole book yet. I am struggling to be able to learn your language as quickly as possible, but I have limitations attached to my memory. But, I do not give up easy. I wish very much to take the course with you, your diction is excellent, this facilitates the understanding of your language, and you seem to be calm to teach.
    So, will you ever teach in Spanish? Is there any possibility of me taking the course with you and if I have questions, would you answer me in Spanish?
    If you take the course in Spanish, could you tell me?
    And to finish this letter, I know we are from different cultures, I apologize if at any point I was rude. I’m Brazilian, here we are less formal. So please excuse me for any strange phrase, I’m using Google Translate!
    Here, at the end of a letter, it is normal to send hugs or kisses.
    Then, fondly,

  2. by Lori Williams

    On December 2, 2017 at 8:21 pm

    Querida Lise,
    Obrigado por sua carta! Às vezes eu esqueci de olhar para os comentários no site, então estou agora vendo sua carta! Perdoe minha demora na resposta.

    Eu ocasionalmente ensino em espanhol, como sou fluente e tenho todos os materiais de aula em espanhol.

    Estou tão impressionado com o seu entusiasmo e dedicação! Colocar o livro de Lyn no Google Translate é um grande trabalho! E fico feliz que você esteja gostando!

    Agora, estamos muito ocupados criando algumas classes de vídeo muito boas e acessíveis para que as pessoas possam cursar meus cursos – mas estão em inglês por enquanto. Felizmente, no futuro, posso criar alguns em espanhol! Eu não falo português, mas se você entende espanhol, você pode obtê-los. Pode ser um ano ou dois antes que eu possa fazer isso.

    Se você encontrar outras pessoas que gostariam de aprender a fazer alguma visualização remota, você poderá hospedar uma aula no Brasil, e nós poderíamos vir ensinar lá, usando um intérprete. isso seria muito divertido!

    Fique em contato me enviando um email diretamente:
    Eu adoraria ouvir de você!


    Lori Williams, CHt
    Fundador e Chefe Executivo
    Lambert Williams Enterprises, LLC

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