Basic Controlled Remote Viewing Course Details
The RVIS, Inc. Basic CRV course is a 5 ½ day, 40+ hour rich instructional mix of well-illustrated classroom presentations, practical exercises, experiential field trips, and hands-on remote viewing sessions. Since the Basic Course introduces all the foundational aspects of CRV, it covers the most extensive ground of all our courses, and the following description is the most detailed. Basic Course instruction includes:
Lecture 1: CRV theory
- Theoretical description of CRV process.
- Role of the matrix, signal line, and aperture–how they interact with the mind to achieve human awareness of so-called psychically-derived information.
- Role of human consciousness in remote viewing.
- Remote viewing learning theory.
Lecture 2: CRV structure
- Practical principles of CRV session execution.
- CRV mechanisms: inclemencies, objectification, feedback, recognizing and managing mental “noise,” breaks, etc.
Lecture 3: Stage 1
- Ingo Swann ideogram theory and ideogram execution.
- Identifying and describing the major gestalt(s) and associated motion/feeling components).
- Ideogram idiosyncracies.
- Application tools: Retracing and probing.
- Stage 1 format and execution.
Lecture 4: Stage 2
- Kinds of sensory experience in remote viewing.
- Basic vs. complex word-concepts.
- Basic dimensionals in Stage 2.
- Sensory-caused aesthetic impact.
- Stage 2 “images,” their origin and value.
- Mental noise in the Stage 2 process.
- How to get the most out of Stage 2 and why it is valuable (it’s not what you think!).
- Stage 2 format and execution.
Guest Lecture: Dr. Harold E. Puthoff
Usually on Day 3 or 4 (and subject to his availability), we have the pleasure of hearing a live Skype lecture from Dr. Puthoff, legendary founder of what became known as the Star Gate Program, as he tells us of the early days of and the science behind remote viewing. Afterwards you will have the opportunity to interact with him and ask questions. This is a rare and not-to-be-missed opportunity!
Lecture 5: Stage 3
- Aesthetic impact in all its facets.
- Graphic representation in Stage 3 (sketches and trackers).
- Identifying and managing analytical overlay in Stage 3 (AOL/matching and AOL/drive).
- Introduction to motion vs. mobility, including informal/local “movement exercises.”
- The role and importance of summaries.
- Stage 3 format and execution.
Lecture 6: “Closeout” presentation
- Homework how-to.
- Practice target opportunities.
- The International Remote Viewing Association complementary membership.
- Criteria and conditions for further training.
- Overview of RVIS, Inc. benefits–auditing policy, additional practice, etc.
Individual personal evaluation for each student with Paul H. Smith.
- Ideogram drill.
- Format/structure exercise.
- Stage I remote viewing sessions (a minimum of 4), to develop fundamental remote viewing skills.
Field trip (experiencing full-spectrum sensory impressions).
- Practical exercise (sensory recognition).
- Stage II remote viewing sessions, to develop sensory connection with the site, leading to dimensionals and preparation for dealing with aesthetic impact.
- Practical exercise–recognizing aesthetic impact (identifying and objectifying AI).
- Field trip–experiencing aesthetic impact.
- Stage III remote viewing sessions, to develop skills in acquiring dimensional aspects of the target, and sketching of relevant target information.
AT HOME (“Homework”)
- Ten reinforcement sessions which you work at home at your own pace. Each of the after-course sessions include a target coordinate, a feedback package for after the session is completed, and a full evaluation of your session transcript to help you see what you did wrong and what you did right.
(If you feel that you need more practice after the first ten home sessions, further sessions are available at a cost of $35.00 each.)