Controlled Remote Viewing

across time & space

The Basic Controlled Remote Viewing Course

Topics Covered:


  • Theory and Structure of the RV Method:
  • An overview of the CRV method, its uses, potentials, and limitations.

  • Conduct of and Standardized Procedures for the CRV Session:
  • The highly structured and carefully controlled methodology is introduced step by step by guiding the student through actual sessions against real, progressively more complex targets.

  • Determining Real Perception from Imagination:
  • The hardest problem faced by the Controlled Remote Vieweris that of distinguishing between actual target information and his/her own imagination, logic, and wishful thinking. These problems and their solutions are covered, providing the student with supervised practice and preparation for later unsupervised work.

  • Basic Sensory and Dimensional Attributes:
  • The student is trained to acquire these forms of information as if he/she were actually at the selected target site.

  • Sketching (general shapes/sizes):
  • Oddly enough, the person who "can't draw a straight line" often performs better at this task. Added instruction for more experienced artists teaches them to separate actual target information from creative imagination during the sketching process.

  • Monitoring:
  • The CRV monitor's job is to keep the viewer adhering to the scientific process. The monitor is a very important part of the CRV process. The problem is that when people return home, they will not have a monitor. Therefore, monitoring training is incorporated into the Basic-level training and the viewer is trained to act as his/her own monitor after the class.

  • Reporting:
  • Unreported or improperly reported information has no value. Methods for insuring that the reporting is accurate and true to the session's content are reinforced from the first introductory session.

  • Feedback, Self Evaluation & Analysis:
  • Acceptable scientific methods for evaluation by self and others for the use of continued self-improvement are covered.

  • Database Organization and Maintenance:
  • The student is introduced to the CRV database. Students are encouraged to continue sharing data to a nation-wide CRV database, used for analyzing the viewer's data and identifying his/her strengths and weaknesses. The database forms a "viewer track record" which then acts as documentation for specifically requested jobs and validating a viewer's abilities.