Free yourself from the limitations of your current perception of reality - develop extrasensory perception and tune into the energies of the universe to experience places and times outside of your immediate environment.
Take the Remote Viewing Diploma Course and you’ll discover the theories and techniques of the practice, with a view to conducting your own remote viewings. You’ll also learn how to increase your psychic ability and discover the history of remote viewing, classified experiments conducted by government agencies, and the work of famous remote viewers.
The Remote Viewing Diploma Course begins by introducing you to the subject matter – explaining what it is, how it works, and why it’s often compared with clairvoyance.
You’ll learn about the ancient and modern history of remote viewing and get to know important viewers, including Ingo Swann – who coined the term ‘Remote Viewing’ – Pat Price, and Joe McMoneagle. You’ll also discover the CIA’s involvement in remote viewing, as you look at the Star Gate Project, and how Soviet spying spurred on government agencies to invest in paranormal research.
You build further on these foundations - learning more about how remote viewing works, as you explore vibrational resonance, the various types of remote viewing, and how to prepare and carry out remote viewing for yourself.
Remote viewing is something that we are all capable of. In the course, you’ll learn the factors of success, as you explore the topics of latent ability, motivation and training and practice.
You’ll delve into coordinate remote viewing (the CRV method), with an in-depth theoretical explanation of how remote viewing works, including the concepts of The Matrix, Gestalt, Cognitrons, Limen thresholds and conduits. You’ll also learn how to increase your abilities, as the course walks you through the use of clairvoyance, symbology, and energy reading in remote viewing.
As with any ability of this kind, it can be met with scepticism. The Remote Viewing Diploma Course takes you through various studies and opinions of scientists and researchers. You’ll also read fascinating case studies that demonstrate real-world uses of remote viewing – from practical applications to predictions of future events.