As one should be in scientific studies, I believe in skepticism, but not without dreamy aspiration. Carl Sagan put it best, "you can't have one without the other." It has been a fantasy of mine to be able to travel in time and experience past events and cultures, just as it is Sagan's dream to find extraterrestrial life, but it seems incredibly unlikely. I'll believe it when I see it. Can you make me believe this process works?
No. I can show you the results, I can show you the process, and I can answer your questions as honestly as possible. I wouldn't even bother wasting the time and effort to try and MAKE you or anyone else believe anything. You can think it works, you can see it work, and with enough data, you can know it works. But you will only BELIEVE it works when you do it.
I like to use the analogy which defines "faith" in things: A person hires on at a high-rise construction site. He has to carry a load of bricks across a board which is stretched between two girders, 30 floors up. He looks at the board and reasons that it wouldn't be there if it wouldn't hold him up. He then sees someone else carry a load of bricks across and he believes it would hold him up. He then sees a really big guy walk across with two loads of bricks, and he absolutely knows it will hold him up. But when he, himself, steps out onto that board - that's faith.
Want to believe that CRV works? Find a CRVer and get them to guide you through working some sessions for yourself. But believing it works isn't enough. Once you believe it, take some training, learn how the hard stuff is done, and one day, you'll sit down to a session and have faith in the system which will carry you through it to a successful answer.