Detailed Workshop Description
Integral Remote Viewing
This uniquely powerful spiritual technique produces extremely moving, transformative experiences generated from remote viewing spiritual and therapeutic “targets”.
This process promises to be a unique and major new spiritual discipline
and therapeutic process.
In this workshop Dr Carr will teach techniques for directly experiencing spiritual “targets” such as the Christ, the Buddha, God, individual souls, the Self, the future self, the unconscious, the mind, the nature of reality, and spiritual-emotional processes surrounding birth & death.
.Viewers often have in-depth, life changing experiences relating to these marvelous targets! By “viewing” these targets directly and “blindly” one transcends belief, symbolism, and dogma.
Participants learn that remote viewing the spirit, heart, mind and body of one's self and of others can uniquely facilitate their personal growth, psychotherapeutic processes, self-awareness, insight, compassion, empathy, and communication, as well as physical healing.
These reported moving experiences appear to have enduring positive effects that can be felt years later. Participants often report a sense of being “opened up”, moved, or validated, with a change in perspective or a change in their inner sense of being. Even viewers well-practiced in other spiritual disciplines often have uniquely intense experiences including deep tears of joy or even intoxication with bliss.
This intensity and purity of experience is possible because remote viewing include safeguards to inhibit contamination and inhibition of one’s experience by the filters of one’s own beliefs, thoughts, memories, fears, expectations, and imagination. Integral Remote Viewing asks the question: “Can you perceive with clear intent what cannot be thought, remembered, or imagined?”
Integral Remote Viewing has taken the ancient ability we were all born with and honed it, through years of research, to new and unexpected levels that can go well beyond astral projection or shamanic journeying and many other disciplines. It makes the greatest masters, the most profound experiences, our true nature, and the most important information directly available to us all without books or “middlemen”. ("Know what is in front of your face, and what is hidden from you will be disclosed to you. For there is nothing hidden that won't be revealed." Jesus: Gospel of Thomas.) It has also been said: “only the blind need to believe in light”; when you remote view you can actually see the light instead of just believing in it. This is empowerment at its deepest level.
What You Do in a one-hour Remote Viewing Session:
A remote viewing session can be thought of as an attentional discipline where one learns to focus a subtle “dance” of attention and intention. When one focuses on a spiritual target, remote viewing becomes a powerful spiritual discipline. When one focuses on a therapeutic target, remote viewing becomes a powerful therapeutic modality. One begins the session by quieting ones mind. Out of this space and quietness of mind, one forms a crystal clear intention to move to the remote viewing “target” location, person, or event. (Keep in mind the viewer is not told who or what they are viewing until after the session.)
At the point of clear intention, one begins to get sensory impressions about the “target”. One then proceeds to follow a specific detailed procedure involving five to six major phases. This procedure has a definite structure, pacing, and sequence which involve the employment of specific techniques designed for each phase. By providing detailed structure and pacing, remote viewing techniques does for psychic abilities what reading music does for musical abilities! It is partly this structure and pacing that clearly distinguishes and sets apart remote viewing from other “psychic” techniques. This shows up in vastly increased purity, accuracy, and depth of “interdimensional” contact.
Phase one of the session, involves the “discharging” of simple “squiggles” (ideograms) on to paper and “probing” those squiggles for specific kinds of impressions (e.g. tastes). Phase two involves attending to each of one’s senses individually, as well as to the dimensions and energetics of the given target. Phase three involves making full-page sketches of the target. Phase four involves the use of the “matrix” where in-depth remote viewing really begins.
The matrix involves “probing” with one’s pen for specific elements in the “target” such as concepts, emotions, energetics, “interdimensionals”, senses, etc., at a specific pace. Often sessions are facilitated by a “monitor” who skillfully helps the viewer direct their attention to different parts of their experience in order to achieve maximum target contact. The monitor can also provide support when strong emotional contact is made.
Phase five occurs after good “target contact” has been made. It involves the use of advanced techniques including something called “movement exercises” which precisely move the viewer to specific aspects of the target (e.g. move “inside the target”, “above the target”, move to “target activity” or to “one hour before the target event”). Movement exercises can be quite sophisticated and are like the rudder of a plane to steer the viewer where he or she desires to go. (This is in high contrast to the usual low control in most astral projection.)
The session usually ends with a detailed sketch and summary and finally feedback. It is not uncommon for the sketch and summary to “nail the target” in almost every way. At this point, the viewer may experience extreme bi-location or strong sense of actually being present at the target location and in the presence of the people who are part of the target. If one is at a lake, one can experience oneself swimming or soaking in the cool waters. (This is an entirely different experience than just imagining one’s self floating in water. It is much more real and actual.
In remote viewing you do not try to engage your imagination, memory, thinking, or imagery!) If one is in the presence of the Buddha Energy, one can feel gently enfolded within, and permeated by, the energy, love, compassion, and safety that can go so far beyond words and previous experience, that one can only break down into tears of relief and joy. When one “sees” through the eyes of the Buddha or Christ, one experiences unimaginable compassion and love toward the world.
Workshop from Start to Finish:
Brief introductory "go around" and discussion of needs and desires of the group members.
Basic Principles: Participants are taught the basic principles of remote viewing including:
Letting go of needing to be right and of self-doubt.
The extreme importance of being grounded and balanced.
Preparing for a session through meditation.
Letting go of the known and imagined to explore the unknown and unimaginable.
Allowing a quiet space to open up.
The concept of “no-mind”.
The ground of all being. Remote viewing should spring fourth from a place even deeper than itself. It is the void, nothing and everything from which all phenomena spring fourth. It is the ground of all being. In 1932 Krishnamurti stated: “Gods, masters, apparitions may exist, but they are of no value to the man who is seeking truth, for they are still in the world of phenomena.”
How to focus on the senses. (Including the sense of presence and the sense of the actual.)
How to focus intension and pay attention during the session.
Important perceptual discriminations.
How we "overlay" or “project” our own ideas and feelings on to the actual intuitive impressions.
The importance of the body as a receiver of intuitive impressions.
How to use “ideograms”, sketches, and pencil & hand probes.
How to open the “aperture” or “window” to the target.
The importance of practicing on “nuts and bolts”, easily verifiable physical
targets (e.g. the
The group does its first short target
session together as a group,
out loud, monitored by the
instructor. Out of this a group
consciousness and a group enthusiasm begins to form.
Group members then pair off to do another short session, one person is the viewer, and the other person becomes the session monitor. During this time, guidance and feedback is given to the paired participants.Learning the full remote viewing session:
The basic stages of the full remote viewing session.
Examples from several well-done formal session and sketches are gone over.
Using of the remote viewing template.
The importance of staying in structure.
”Stringing” together words and sentences without thought or before thought
Learning to allow all the collected “pieces” of the puzzle to coalesce or fall together.
Breathing and body movement exercises are done to revitalize the participants’ energy after lunch.
Skills practice: participants practice remote viewing skill:
Remote viewing languaging and pacing.
The use of "ideograms" and the "matrix".
The drawing of sketches using both right and left hands engaging both hemispheres of the brain.
Group participation in two-minute remote viewing sessions.
First full remote viewing therapeutic session by participants, led by Dr. Carr
Participants are guided and coached through their first serious therapeutic session.
After the therapeutic session the group members share their experience with each other and supportive
feedback is given. (Immediate corrective feedback is another essential thing that distinguishes remote viewing from many other disciplines.)
Question-and-answer period followed by a group process to end this day of the workshop.
Group "check-in": Individual participants share their current experience as well as their dreams from the previous night.
Lecture on more advanced spiritual, therapeutic and medical techniques:
Practicing the ethics of remote viewing including the respect for privacy. (“View unto others as you would have other’s view unto you.”)
Protection during remote viewing; creating a sanctuary.
The use of clay to create a model of the “target”.
Body scanning techniques.
The use of diagrams, anatomy, and acupuncture charts.
The use of "chakra to chakra" energy and communication techniques.
Temporarily and safely blending with, or “becoming” the person (or being) being remote viewed.
Walking a few steps, and moving around, in the “target person’s” body.
Safely disconnecting from a target person and re-grounding.
The process of “surrendering” during spiritual targets.
Sending as well as receiving energy and information.
The art of monitoring and facilitating target contact.
Paying attention to the “truth buttons” in one’s own body.
Remote Healing: Using advanced techniques for direct physical and emotional healingDemonstration:
Dr. Carr does a one-on-one, in-depth demonstration with a selected participant. (Students learn very quickly through watching a model remote viewing session.)
Advanced Target: Group members pair off to do an advanced spiritual or therapeutic target under Dr. Carr’s supervision and guidance. One member of the pair becomes the “viewer”, the other member becomes the “monitor”. (Roles are then switched for second session.)
Post session “debriefing” and “re-grounding” where the group members support each other, as well as share and process their experiences. Support and feedback are also given. (For example, someone who has just remote viewed their own birth may want to be tenderly held for a few minutes.)
Breathing and body movement exercises are done to revitalize the participants’ energy after lunch.
Brief group warm-up target, done out loud, together as a group, led by Dr. Carr.
Engaging the body:
remote viewing as a physical discipline
Using your body as the ultimate
for target contact: (How the body, the senses, and the heart can be the “royal
road” to target contact.)
Dr. Carr leads the group through several final remote viewing sessions involving the remote viewing of a past event involving physical, sometimes spiritual group activity (e.g. whirling dervishes). These kind of physical activity targets teach the students how to engage their body movements to find out about, and experience the target. This also allows group members to function through a higher group consciousness. Group members usually have great fun and develop a stronger group bonding.
During the activity session, once contact has been achieved as a group, the group then begins to physically configure itself according to what is in the target. For example, if the target were whirling dervishes the group members might begin whirling around each other experiencing feelings of religious exhilaration!
If the target was a group of children cheering at a Little League baseball game the group members might begin cheering and jumping up and down together while feeling young, excited, and delighted. If the target were a pod of dolphins swimming together, the group may become involved in an activity involving swimming motions. Group members may playfully swim around each other experiencing the comradery and communication of the pod.
Other activity targets may include Tibetan monks chanting or the wedding of a deeply committed couple. Such targets allow the participants to finish the workshop in a light, uplifted mood.
The workshop ends with a final sharing, discussion, networking for future
practice, hugs, and goodbyes. How to use remote viewing ability in
one’s daily life is discussed. The
importance of continued loving support, contact, and practice is emphasized.
Please note that three-day, four-day, five-day, and seven day workshops on the same, as well as different, remote viewing themes are also available for presentation.
Bio of Dr. Carr:
Dr Carr is the Executive Director of The Western Institute of Remote Viewing and The Center for Growth and Healing. He also is a Licensed Psychologist practicing in the Seattle Area. Dr. Carr has pioneered techniques for medical, spiritual, psychological, therapeutic, and group remote viewing since 1997. He has refined these techniques through teaching hundreds of workshops and through working therapeutically with many individuals & couples as a psychotherapist. A major goal is to apply remote viewing to many different disciplines and to take it to new levels that will profoundly effect one’s emotional growth and spiritual development (“Integral Remote Viewing”).
Dr. Carr also has a strong background in Zen meditation, Krishnamurti, Neurofeedback, Gestalt Therapy, Primal Therapy, Spiral Dynamics, Eastern Philosophy, consciousness studies, breathwork, communication skills, and critical thinking. He is currently completing a book called The Zen of Remote Viewing. He has presented at The International Remote Viewing Association Conference and the International Conference of Science and Consciousness as well as appearing on Showtime, the Fox Family Channel, and many other television and radio shows.
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