Lyn Buchanan's CRV

About the Analogies

The Sufi tradition is to tell truths in the form of stories. It is believed that the story will stick with the listener, where a dry and soporific recital of a principle is quickly forgotten. Further, a story has a cohesiveness which causes a person to remember, in one simple package, not only the main principle of the story, but all its implications and ramifications, as well.

      The Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) training presented by Problems>Solutions>Innovations (P>S>I) deals with ways to set up lines of communication between the student's conscious and subconscious minds in such a way that communications can be as pollution-free as possible. During the process of setting up these lines of communications, the student must meet and learn to work with him/herself - sometimes for the first time in his/her life. The process is not always easy, and there are many lessons to be learned, both about remote viewing, and about who we are as humans, as individuals, and sometimes as souls which are presently in possession of physical bodies.

      Stories, metaphors, similes and analogies have become a standard part of the training done at P>S>I. We use hundreds, so the ones included in this section are only a sampling. Not all presented here are pure analogous stories. Some are simple metaphors or similes. Not all are used with every class, so even if you are a student who has been to the class and even if you have come back for refresher training, there may be some new to you here.

      I hope that you enjoy all the analogies in this section, but I hope even more that you learn the truths behind them ··· the truths about remote viewing, certainly, but also the truths about yourself.