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Remote Viewing Instructional Services
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Remote Viewing Correspondence Courses

Why Doesn't RVIS, Inc. offer online or distance-learning courses?

Companies that market video or online remote viewing correspondence courses earn large profits. In fact, fortunes have been made by some of those who do. Nevertheless, we believe it is irresponsible to offer such courses. Beyond a very basic introductory level (which can be taught by correspondence, or learned from a book, in a short period of time), very few people will successfully master the more intricate remote viewing skills that many of these at-home courses claim to provide.

No doubt a person here or there will come forward to claim that he or she developed superb remote viewing skills only using one or another company's at-home video course. But from independent feedback we've gotten from purchasers of these products, we believe that a careful survey would likely show the vast majority of students were unsatisfied with the product or failed to make any real progress. There is a good reason for this.

Imagine, if you will, someone trying to learn how to play the violin using only a book or some videotaped lessons. Certainly that person could develop some of the entry-level skills needed to get started. But few (if any) of them ever develop the more complex skills needed to actually play the violin competently (not to mention concert-level skills). Virtually all competent violin players, and certainly all concert violinists, needed a live teacher to guide them to the level of competency they achieved. This is no different for many other skills people need training to develop.

The same principle applies to the subtle abilities and skills necessary for competent remote viewing. A book or videotape can help you get started, and there is nothing wrong with course offerings that claim only to do that (and RVIS, Inc. may in the forseeable future offer just such a basic, entry-level video-based introductory course). But to actually learn remote viewing in any comprehensive way requires serious, in-person instruction.

We understand that there are many who are excited to learn remote viewing, but lack the resources to pursue relatively expensive in-person training. For that reason, we offer a book-links section to inform you of published materials to help you increase your understanding of remote viewing. We also have posted the original government Remote Viewing Training Manual so you can at least get an idea of what is involved in remote viewing training. (The method described in this manual is the basis for nearly all other methods being taught today by the various remote viewing trainers, and is still the gold standard of the industry. It is also the method still taught in its purity by Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc.)

For those on a limited budget who have few prospects for acquiring direct, personal training, we suggest the Mindazzle Remote Viewing kit. While the kit has some weaknesses, it's still the most convenient, inexpensive way of introducing yourself to remote viewing at the entry level.

RVIS, Inc. is committed to the highest quality of remote viewing training. Our experience goes back to 1985 providing remote viewing training at all levels for the military program. RVIS, Inc. personnel have been providing remote viewing methods training longer than any of our competitors. We know what works, we know how to do it, and we know how to teach it. And there is no substitute for in-person instruction from an experienced teacher.