Lyn Buchanan's CRV

Phase 2 and Phase 4 Practice targets

For most of us, a great deal of our lives is spent almost in a fog, and we tend to not truly see the world around us. If that is the case, then how can we expect to go into session and be sensitive to anything there?

So, to train you to be a better viewer, we train you to see the things in front of you. This exercise was developed to train you to see the things which are right before your eyes. It may sound like a simple thing to do, but in fact, you will see just how easy it is to look right at something and not see it.

The targets for this exercise have been selected to match targets you would have in remote viewing sessions.

The way to perform this exercise is to look at the target photo and simply make a written list of how many phase 2 (Stage 2) or phase 4 (Stage 4) descriptors and then list them in the standard CRV matrix, as you would if you were viewing in phase 2 or 4.

When you finish, show your results to someone and tell them that you have tried to describe everything in the picture. Almost without fail, they will point to something that you saw, but didn't write down. That will train you to see it next time, and as you practice this exerecise, you will begin to realize that you are both opening your eyes and mind to the world around you, and also getting more information in your remote viewing sessions.

Simply click on a target number, look at it and describe it (on paper), in the same phase 2 or 4 format you would use in a normal viewing session.

It is a simple exercise, but one which can add immense power to your viewing skills. Try these targets with this exercise. You'll be glad that you did.
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