Intermediate Remote Viewing Course
The Intermediate Course takes approximately another 40
hours, and builds upon the skills developed in the preceding Basic Course.
It brings the student the rest of the way through Stage III movement exercises
and on to the end of Stage IV (qualitative target evaluation), with an
introduction to Stage V (signal line interrogation). As with the
Basic Course, CRV sessions will be conducted by the student with the RVIS
instructor as monitor after each stage to thoroughly integrate the concepts
Due to the nature of these courses, there
is less time spent in lecture and practical exercises. Since Intermediate
Course CRV sessions are more elaborate and take more time than Basic Course
sessions, an even larger proportion of the time is spent actually doing
"hands-on" remote viewing. While a Basic Course Stage III session
might take anywhere from 10-30 minutes to complete, an Intermediate Course
Stage IV session might last as long as an hour.
Intermediate Course instruction includes:
- Stage III - Movement exercises.
- Trackers and analytic sketching.
- Stage IV - Construction and use of the Stage IV informational matrix.
- Stage IV session format and mechanics. Detailed qualitative information retrieval.
- Stage V theory introduction and overview.
- Stage III movement exercise sessions.
- Extensive Stage IV sessions.
- Just as with the Basic Course, you receive ten reinforcement sessions which you work at home at your own pace. Again, each of the after-course sessions include a target coordinate, a feedback package once 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. Because of the more extensive nature of Stage IV sessions, however, RVIS-supplied targets and session support beyond the ten included in the course package are $35.00 each.
Pricing and Overview of Training