Remote Viewing II
Refine the skills you acquired in TMI’s foundational RV program and gain new ones
Reinforce your remote viewing skills and take them to the next level. Refine the skills you acquired in TMI’s foundational RV program and gain new ones. You will receive and practice advanced RV techniques, and enjoy the opportunity to work one-on-one with one of the world’s leading remote viewers—Joe McMoneagle.
The approach you choose to access a particular outcome is very important. It can either support or inhibit your efforts to remote view. Learn the science of target selection along with additional tools and techniques to improve your understanding of RV and establish a reliable home training routine. Practice in-depth Gestalt methodology and learn the specific criteria necessary for acquiring and constructing meaningful perceptions about a target.
Learn to perceive “residual information” of an object or person. Through psychometry, a deeper sensing of the unknown, you can discover facts about events and people by touching inanimate objects associated with them. Information can be acquired about the contents hidden inside a container by placing your hands only on the container. For instance, you may sense impressions from a pen left on a table. “Energy residue” associated with objects can tell revealing stories.
Refine your remote viewing perceptions. Determine aspects of a target, such as its purpose, use, and category. Is it religious, scientific, or industrial? Describe conceptual aspects of the target, discerning what is possible vs. probable.
Access Information from Multiple Sources using advanced investigative techniques. Work one-on-one with an RV trainer on a few randomly selected targets and receive direct feedback and guidance
Improve right-brain visual sensing and depiction. Practice meditative drawing techniques and representation methodologies. Report with much greater detail and accuracy. Use dowsing techniques, such as pendulums, charts, maps, and rods to describe and locate objects, or to garner a greater understanding of the target of interest.
Learn techniques to locate complex "time/space" targets. Perceive in 3-D, study the physical and nonphysical connections in time and space and use these relationships to access and combine informational sources about a target.
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