Traveling Through Time and Space
How exciting is it to be able to travel through Time and Space and obtain information about anything?
Pretty darned exciting!
This is the breathtaking brilliance of Controlled Remote Viewing.
Sliding Down the Tuba
As a young new viewer, I was working on a practice target. Unbeknownst to me, the target was a brass marching band.
The kids asked me to take them to a nearby park, so I took a break in my session, packed up my clipboard, paper and pen, and herded the children to the park.
Once there, I pulled out my work and continued viewing while walking slowly behind a gaggle of giggly children.
I could hear “oompah, oompah” sounds. I saw something that looked like a shiny, golden metallic fluted flower.
Suddenly, the grass under my feet began to swirl. Like toilet water spinning in one direction, I found myself being sucked down a sort of vortex, as though I was being flushed down that shiny metallic flower!
Once I saw the feedback photo of the brass marching band, I realized that I slid down the tuba!
“Wow!” I thought. “I just slid down a TUBA! Whoever gets to do THAT?!” I was so excited!
So… What WAS that?
That, my friends, was known as The Aesthetic Impact.
Taking You Deeper…
In this article, I want to go a bit deeper, and share with you a bit more about how the process of CRV works.
Best of all, I want to tell you about the mysterious “turning point” in every session.
Controlled Remote Viewers are taught to use the structure of the CRV process to allow information to flow without editing.
As the words tumble on to the page, the viewer is supposed to say everything out loud. Why?
CRV is a physical discipline. In other words, your body is the link between your conscious mind and your subconscious.
That is why you sometimes do something on ‘auto-pilot’ -- without thinking -- and when you realize what is happening, you wonder how you managed to do that!
Sometimes, I can drive a few miles to my house and be thinking about something else. When I pull in the driveway, I wonder, “How the heck did I get here?!!”
My conscious mind took a vacation and was deep in thought, while my subconscious mind took over and made sure I got home safely.
The subconscious mind can control the body!
And so can the conscious mind.
How cool is that?!
Because of this, we engage as much as we can with the assigned remote viewing target in a physical way.
That means we say everything that comes to mind out loud while we write. This means that the hand is moving to write, the mouth is moving to talk, and the ears are listening.
In the later stages of CRV, we even move our bodies and use our hands to build 3-D models of the target!
In the very early stages of CRV, the Viewer is randomly saying and writing words as they come to mind.
If you were watching a CRV session, at some point, you would notice that the Viewer sort of shifts. Perhaps the voice changes tone. Maybe the Viewer’s eyes are moving from paper to something above him or her and back to the paper again.
Why is that happening? What is the focus of the Viewer’s attention?
The Viewer may even say something like, “Oh! It is so TALL! Much taller than me.”
The Viewer has gone from simply saying random words that describe the target to having perceptions that include both him/her AND the target.
This moment is called The Aesthetic Impact.
If you have ever seen a movie or a TV show with a psychic or a medium in it, they always have the intuitive person freak out when he or she touches something belonging to the victim. It is always very dramatic! Movies and TV have to have a lot of drama, right?
In CRV, the Aesthetic Impact happens when a Viewer begins having perceptions that include both the Viewer and the target. This perception often involves a spatial relationship.
Structurally, in Stage or Phases 1 through 3, we always note the Aesthetic Impact off to the right side of the page, along with any accompanying emotion.
AI: “It’s above me!”
Emotion: I feel excited.
AI: “There is something off to my right.”
Emotion: I feel curious.
AI: “Wow, this thing is HUGE!” (while pointing or looking up)
Emotion: I feel surprised.
AI: “Ewww. It feels kinda creepy here.
Emotion: I feel creeped out!
AI: “I’m outdoors!”
Emotion: I love it here!
Your Cloak of Invisibility
The Aesthetic Impact is like having Harry Potter’s Cloak of Invisibility. Once you experience the Aesthetic Impact at a target, you want to do your best to stay in the AI.
By maintaining that feeling of experiencing the target on a personal level or as a spatial relationship, you can begin describing the target in much greater detail.
This is just a “quick dip” into what the Aesthetic Impact is and how it acts as a crossroads -- a true turning point -- in every session.
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THANKS AGAIN FOR THE THINGS I HAVE LEARNED FROM YOU
AND AM LEARNING
I believe another example of aesthetic impact, "AI" abbreviation,
is a dropping sensation in your stomach, like you are falling quickly,
or the smell of something
. . . I guess it is important to recognize AI so as to not get too much AOL in there,
for example recently I had the feeling that something was way up there, and so I put "tall" on my paper,
when I should have put "way up there"
It was a bird in a tree, that of course also flies high. Tall it isn't.
anyways, thanks again, rock on, all those that read
getting great at CRV is trying to move myself closer to the truth in general
and overall, universal wisdom
I meant to type “good article !! “ Not question marks, but exclamation marks
Oh Thank you so much Isabel!
Thank you Lori for taking your time to write this. You are amazing help and inspiration
Thank you so much Marg!
You are the teacher as listening and doing are what your subtle thoughts convey...thank you for the freedom!
rhank you for all of your teaching I have experienced that many times I cant wait to learn more.
Thank you so much John!
Thanks for the reminder - I haven't been saying things out loud - now I will.
Thank you Margaret!
Ithink I have had this experience ofAI or remote viewing.As I have journaled I have written things giving my pen a chance to write some of it seems accurate but most of the time it adds a kind of pork belly to the entery.
Thanks for a unique view in différant words.My journals are of sightings and anointings. and feelings of excitement some are good some not good some invoke in me such anger .
Mourning helps release these and not hold them so like Travis I am more right minded
Thank you, Lori!
Your new explanations are like the diamonds in my poor bag of remote wieving! By the way, I can't remember in my practice, that in every session I received AI. But when it has appeared it is almost the same object as in the target site. Very often I declare it like AOL...
Thank you Andrey!
Absolutely true. Thank you Lori.
Thank you Doina
Several times growing up, I remember my father coming home from work and walking in the door with a look on his face like he just saw a ghost, saying he just woke up in the driveway with the car on and NO recollection of the entire 40 minutes drive home. He would call and tell my mom that he's on the way home, and then remember NOTHING until waking in the driveway. After this happened 5 or 6 times, my mother had to start staying on the phone with him using a wireless headset during his drive home to make sure he stays awake for the whole drive. But he always made it home safe.
The autopilot was strong in this one! lol
Ah, I learned something new!! To speak out loud as I work. Linda Howe teaches us to do that with akashic reading, but I haven't been doing it with RV work.
When I am doing RV, one of the questions I always ask myself (even if I've already had an AI) is: "Do I like being at this place? What kind of things happen here?" The reason is that it intensifies how I feel personally about the place and helps me discern my emotionals from the environmental emotionals at the site.
Courtney Brown calls AI "Viewer Feelings" (VF), which I actually like better because "aesthetic" in the dictionary is defined as "concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty; having a pleasant appearance; a set of principles underlying the work of a certain artist or artistic movement."
Well, I think we all have had an AI in a viewing that is not beautiful at all! And even if it's an event or scene some would love, not everyone would love it; for example, some people would not enjoy a crowded sports arena, but some would not. So, although I know the CRV definition, I would prefer another term, such as viewer feelings or reactions or comments or response.
Thank you for sharing this myself I am sometimes so dead on that is scary and sometimes it's the opposite could you help me and teach me
Thanks for sharing this. You said, "Can you help me and teach me?" The answer is yes! You will get all the help you need and be able to work directly with me and my pro team by getting into Club PRV. We meet regularly and I can go over your work and answer your questions live, on Zoom. The only thing is that to get into Club PRV, you will need to sign up for one of my Basic Courses - either the live 3-day workshop - or the 6-week video course. Go to the website at https://IntuitiveSpecialists.com/classes/ to see what we offer.