Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc. is committed to the responsible promotion and commercialization of remote viewing, the novel, ESP-based skill developed for the US military, but now emerging into the civilian world. President and primary instructor is Dr. Paul H. Smith who, starting from the early 1980s, brings to the business decades of experience in controlled remote viewing training and applications.
RVIS, Inc. has four missions
Our first priority is teaching remote viewing-related skills to individuals and small groups. Our primary emphasis is on training people in Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV), but we also teach associative remote viewing (ARV), and we will soon add courses in dowsing, operational remote viewing, and other related topics. [Read: Why training is our most important occupation.]
An equally important mission is public outreach. Remote viewing is a transformative skill. It is individually transformative, and socially as well. But the impact it could have is seriously weakened by exaggerated claims made about it and the way it is often falsely portrayed to the public. This website, along with its companion Remote Viewing/Remote Perception Blog, and Paul’s books and home-study courses, as well as his speaking appearances and workshops are intended to promote lucid, factual information to help you understand what remote viewing really is, and what it can–and cannot–do.
As part of that outreach, we offer lectures and presentations on remote viewing and other consciousness-related topics to businesses, schools, clubs, conferences and associations. We also provide interviews, advice, and materials for the preparation of documentaries and other publicly-broadcast news-oriented programs.
A third important mission is to provide humanitarian support in situations involving missing persons, crime-solving, etc. Because of limited resources and the huge volume of such cases, we can only select a few of the most worthy and “doable” of them (while RV can theoretically “do anything,” there are a number of practical constraints that limit the kinds of situations in which it can beeffectively used). Currently, we provide this support through the Husick Group.
Finally, we feature for-profit commercial remote viewing to business and industry, subject to time and schedule constraints. When performed properly remote viewing can be a “force multiplier” for competitive intelligence and other applications in the business environment.
For information on how to propose a project, please contact us by phone at (866) 229-7847 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org (please put “Request for operational RV support” in the subject line). Before contacting us, please read: How to propose a commercial remote viewing project.