viewing has changed over the years since Remote viewing became
public in 1995 many different forms of the original CRV methods
have appeared and mutated generally with the help of the internet.
The original methods, the purest form is (CRV) originally co-ordinate
remote viewing now commonly known as controlled remote viewing.
Click here for a visual map of the changing remote viewing methods and how they have changed from the Ingo Swann CRV method.
But the story didnt start with CRV, long before Ingo disected his own internal psychic process and recreated it as the six stage CRV process, many psychcis used a natural/flowing form of remote viewing. This is the method favoured by Joe McMoneagle. A natural approach doesnt use a staged process but just allows a natural flow of intuition which generally flows in the form of symbolic imagery.
Controlled Remote Viewing
During experimentation inat SRI form 1987 - 1985, Ingo Swann began
compiling a set of psychic methods which he felt addressed the important
aspects of psychic work. The methods center around writing or sketching
data, using strict protocols whilst sitting at a table
in a full alert state. CRV developed into a set of six stages, each stage building on the previous, opeining a wider channel and picture of the target with each stage.
are currently a number of people teaching a number of alternative
versions of the CRV method.
training manuals can be downloaded here!
Extended remote viewing
In this method, usually the psychic
reclines or lies down comfortably in a darkened room, and another
individual (an 'interviewer' or 'monitor') asks them questions and
records the data they verbally provide, or they use a tape recorder.
Prior to finishing their session they generally attempt to sketch
There are individuals from the
military and civilians who have some experience with remote viewing
methodologies, such as David
Dames, and Dr
Courtney Brown who basically teach their own mutated
versions of CRV.