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 for current methods of doing things
• Find solutions to personal, professional and planetary issues
Prior to getting involved in CRV, I had a terrible fear of heights. Being up in a building, roller coasters, tree houses — the thought of anything high up caused my heart to pound and my breathing to seize up. I didn’t make a big deal out of my phobia, but when I started working with Lyn Buchanan, he noticed that whenever he would give me a remote viewing target that involved heights, I would have a visible reaction. After several episodes of me being unable to view these high targets, he finally asked, “Are you afraid of heights?” I responded with a resounding YES.
After that, Lyn made a point to send me targets with heights involved. I viewed airplanes in flight, hot air balloons, Cirque de Soleil acrobats in the air, the highest roller coaster in the world, etc. He would mix these in a packet of non-height-related targets. After several months, I became desensitized to heights.
The real test came when I went to visit my son, who was stationed at Cape Canaveral in Florida. It was shortly after the tragic events of 9/11, and Busch Gardens Amusement Park opened its doors to active military and their families. Busch Gardens is known for its HUGE roller coasters.
The park was almost deserted, so we didn’t have to wait in lines to ride the rides — so ride we did! We rode very high roller coasters all day long. I was the only one who didn’t get sick! It was a good test of my newfound cure for phobias: CRV! Since then, I have gone parasailing 600 feet above the ocean attached to a kite, and have been on several death-defying extremely high rides — all done with a great amount of joy and very little fear.
What CRV Can Do for You
Whether you have a phobia to cure, a business to improve, a life path to discover, or you simply want to be a better parent, CRV can be a terrific tool for self discovery, self improvement and answers to life’s toughest questions. Personally, it has not only cured my fear of heights, it has also greatly improved my life in the areas of self-love and confidence, and has helped me overcome an inherited life long issue with general anxiety.
Once I had discovered that there was a method that would allow me to harness and direct my intuition, I wanted to dedicate myself to mastering it. While awaiting my first class, I tried to read everything I could get my hands on. There were plenty of good books on related subjects, but there was nothing about how to actually conduct a CRV session.
Thankfully, I had an excellent teacher in Lyn Buchanan. He had a gift for taking the abstract and making it clear with the utilization of analogies and his own stories. As time went on, he wrote a book, The Seventh Sense, which was full of the stories Lyn had been telling me for years. I love it!
Other retired members of the unit also wrote books, and they are all good ones. Full of anecdotal information, they provide a good overview of what CRV can and cannot do, other forms of remote viewing, and great accounts of what took place during their years as America’s Psychic Spies.
Now that I have 20 years of Remote Viewing experience under my belt, I’ve noticed that there are many people “out there” really desiring to learn this amazing technique, but they don’t have the time or the money to fly to our training center and pay my fee to learn how to remote view. Yet this skill (CRV) could easily be considered “the survival skill of the future.” In the days to come, knowing what lies ahead before anyone else does can keep you one step ahead of the crowd, possibly saving not only your life, but the lives of countless others.
Teaching is my passion. I love to share my knowledge and expertise with others, and it thrills my heart when a student experiences that “ah-ha” moment, eyes aglow with joy and amazement at what he or she just accomplished!
If you long for a simple, inexpensive way to learn CRV, know that my book “Limitless: Your How-To Guide to Practical Remote Viewing” will be coming out later this year. My goal is for this book to be the most comprehensive and easy-to-learn-from CRV guide available in print to-date.
Now, where was I? Ah, yes! At this point, someone always asks:
Can Anyone Do It?
The answer is a resounding YES! I’ve never had a student who couldn’t do it. (That inevitably prompts the silent worry, “What if I am the first one???”) No worries! Keep reading…
I once had a student who was in his mid-70’s. He had difficulty remembering the structure. The other students in the class were quickly blowing past him in their structural accuracy and their results. I worried about him, but I needn’t have.
A few months later, this man called me and wanted to register for my Intermediate course. Thinking to myself that he had barely passed the Basic, I tried to dissuade him. Thankfully, he was a stubborn ol’ coot, and he refused to take “no” for an answer.
Imagine my surprise when he showed up to my Intermediate class and began doing a demo for me. His structure was perfect! And he nailed the target! I couldn’t hide my amazement as I asked him how he had gone from zero to 100 in a few short months. “Practice.” he replied. “Since your Basic course a few months ago, I have read the manual several times and I have done over 300 practice sessions.” “No wonder!” I thought.
The moral of this story is that anyone can do this! Are you ready to give it a try?