The Western Institute of Remote Viewing

Eleven Day Remote Viewing Intensive Workshop 

(2 Day, 3 Day, 4 Day, 5 DayÖ Workshops are also available,

as well as specialized workshops in Medical, Psychological, Spiritual, or Advanced Remote Viewing)

 

An 11-day intensive workshop teaches both beginning and advanced remote viewing techniques and applications (including general, medical and psychological remote viewing etc.). The emphasis can be on a wide use of remote viewing techniques. A learn-by-doing approach will be used. The total number of days of the workshop is negotiable depending on your needs.

Classes could meet daily, every other day, or weekly, either 9am - 6pm with a 2 hour break, or 10am - 4pm with a one hour lunch break.

Students could attend all or part of the training. If a student missed one or two days he or she could still catch up with some extra attention from the instructor(s) by coming one hour early or arranging alternative times to catch up

One or two professional instructors (includes Dr. Carr) will be provided. The inclusion of the second instructor would insure much more individual attention and coaching, and would be optional.

A $100 advanced deposit is requested in advance from attendees, with the balance due at the beginning of the workshop.

We are open to discussing any aspect of the workshop so as to best meet your needs. We at the Institute would appreciate more information as to possible remote viewing subjects you and your colleagues would like to explore. Donít hesitate to call if you have further concerns or questions. 866-759-9010.

 

11 Day Remote Viewing Workshop

Description

 

This workshop will cover both basic and advanced principles, techniques and applications of remote viewing.

Basic principles and techniques covered: the basic principles and theories of remote viewing, models of remote viewing, expectations, data types, target contact, bi-location, discriminating the real data, practice drills, ideograms, sketching and modeling with clay, the matrix, types of probing, "analytic overlays", high level and low level data, "movement exercises", remote viewing stages one through five, session summaries, pitfalls in remote viewing, mind probes, mental preparation and post session regrounding, limitations of remote viewing, psychological defenses in remote viewing, group remote viewing, mini-session, soft style remote viewing, "field contamination", "total target contact", self-care during the session, having fun, etc.

Advanced Target preparation (Tasking), session monitoring, stage five, developing oneís own style of remote viewing, two way communication with the target, timelines, types of deep mind probes, symbolic sketches, "sliding", medical remote viewing, psychological remote viewing, therapeutic remote viewing, integrating remote viewing with other related techniques, increasing depth of contact, "working the target", increasing oneís ideogramatic vocabulary, subspace sketches, "binaries" or dichotomous "either or" targets etc.

Remote viewing : (see included comprehensive list of remote viewing applications.)(this can also include applications suggested by the participants) General coordinate remote viewing, remote viewing numbers, missing persons, diagnostic considerations, location of objects, business, marketing and investment applications, technology transfer, detecting possible child abuse, alternative time-lines, future events, historic events, unsolved cases, earth changes, political changes, remote healing, ETís etc., etc.

 

 

 

Schedule

DAY 1: Discussion of the goals and needs of the group

Introductory lecture

expectations

models of RV

examples of remote viewing sessions

good sessions

poor sessions

skills practice

ideograms

"pinhole" exercise

"mini" remote viewing session

full beginning session

feedback

question and answer period

DAY 2: Lecture

basic structure of a session

sample sessions

deep target contact

effect on viewers

session preparation

skills practice

high and low level data

full session

using clay modeling

feedback

mini-session

feedback

DAY 3: Lecture

the matrix

sample sessions

common mistake in decoding

skills practice

matrix

ambiguous figures

full session

using clay modeling

feedback

mini-session

DAY 4:Lecture

improving target contact

sample sessions

what to do after good contact

skills practice

discrimination training - mental space

full session

feedback

mini-session done as group with group mind

feedback

DAY 5:Lecture

introduction to advanced techniques

sample sessions

advanced

skills practice

advanced movement exercises

full session

using advanced techniques

feedback

mini-session

feedback

DAY 6:Lecture

choosing and preparing targets (tasking)

sample sessions

poor and good monitoring

skills practice

timing in monitoring

looking for signs of bilocation

full session

in pairs, one person monitor one person viewer

feedback

mini-session

feedback

DAY 7:Lecture

sample sessions

storylines

skills practice

monitoring

using oneís curiosity

full session

solo session

feedback

mini-session

front loaded

feedback

discussion

DAY 8:Lecture

sample sessions

medical RV session

skills practice

probing body charts

sketches

full session

medical RV session

feedback

mini-session

feedback

discussion

DAY 9:Lecture

sample sessions

PRV

skills practice

telepathy

full session

PRV

feedback

mini-session

feedback and discussion

 

 

 

DAY 10:Lecture

sample sessions

ET session

skills practice

full session

from participant selected target list or areas

feedback

mini-session outdoors

feedback and discussion

 

 

 

DAY 11:Lecture

apply old techniques to new applications

sample sessions

genetic research

imaginary targets

earth changes

skills practice

full session

feedback

mini-session

feedback and good-byes

establishment of practice groups and RV teams

 

 

Again, we are open to discussing any aspect of this workshop so as to best meet your needs. Donít hesitate to call if you have further concerns or questions. 425-488-5496

 

Wayne Carr, Ph.D.

and the Staff of Western Institute of Remote Viewing.