Visual depiction of your internally-perceived remote viewing impressions is a vital aspect of making your remote viewing experience useful in the objective world. It is also essential for producing evidence of your successes, as well as creating a permanent, historical record of your efforts.
In this workshop, learn how to apply basic graphic representation skills in remote viewing, with an emphasis on sketching and trackers. The course begins with an introduction to the concepts, execution and expectations involved in producing visual descriptions of your inner remote viewing-derived impressions. You will be introduced to basic sketching techniques (including the use of line, shape, perspective, etc. to represent forms that are perceived in your mind, but that need to be translated into objective representation on the page). You will also learn the theory and execution of trackers, a technique created by Ingo Swann to augment the sketching process. You will then apply these skills in tachistoscopic exercises designed to develop rapid, sub-conscious production of accurate sketches in a simulated remote viewing environment. The instruction culminates in one or more (as time allows) actual remote viewing sessions that will allow you to apply your new skills against a real-world target.
(Prerequisite: Minimum of at least a limited experience with remote viewing. Ability to remote view to at least an elementary level.)
Nest scheduled workshop: June 5, 2018
Instructor: Paul H. Smith, PhD
Location: Fiesta Henderson Resort, Henderson, NV (Need lodging? Please let us know at email@example.com We’re currently negotiating a discount room block)