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TRV University Laboratory - Live Tutoring Session Archives
  • March 9, 2006 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (49 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    General Discussion and Q&A

    TRV Q&A:
    (00:00) - Session Start.
    (00:58) - What are some of the most common obstacles for learning TRV?
    (12:10) - What is TRV?
    (16:04) - Are we allowed to use Stage 2 identifiers in the S4 Table's "S" column?
    (18:33) - What happens if you don't feel like you are "on signal"?
    (27:14) - Finding optimum mates.
  • February 16, 2006 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (58 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    General Discussion and Q&A

    Introduction:
    (00:00) - Session Start.
    (00:20) - Message to new TRV students and visitors.
    (00:36) - How do you prepare for a personal training class?

    TRV Q&A:
    (04:40) - What is raw data, and how is it presented and used in a TRV session?
    (08:34) - How can you investigate the phenomenon of Deja Vu in a TRV session?
    (12:43) - Is there a way to prepare for a TRV session under strict time limits?
    (18:39) - What kind of movements can you employ for the Deja Vu target?

    TRV Theory and Practice:
    (30:31) - Why do some TRV'ers have strange things happen to them after learning TRV?
    (36:25) - How do you pull togther and interpret the data from TOTW #215?
    (45:50) - A mini lecture on trajectories and Remote Viewing the future.
  • November 30, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (55 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    PSI TECH Public Education Webcast: Ideograms and Remote Viewing People

    Ideograms:
    (00:00) - Introduction.
    (00:29) - Stage 1 and the ideogram; how the psychic process is initiated.

    Ideogram Q&A:
    (12:09) - Why do ideograms look like little drawings; ideograms and gestalts.
    (16:41) - How do you tell the difference between decline and diagonal down in the ideogram?
    (21:35) - Ideogram lesson wrap-up.

    Remote Viewing People:
    (25:02) - Introduction.
    (25:50) - Studies to help with remote viewing people.
    (32:18) - The utility of remote viewing people.
    (35:43) - Challenges of remote viewing people.

    Remote Viewing People Q&A:
    (39:40) - How do you cue your own personal optimum trajectory for the day?
    (40:28) - Must you use a real name for a person or can you use an alias?
    (42:33) - Calendrical time and the matrix.

    General Q&A:
    (46:55) - What to do about getting a 'figure 8' all the time as an ideogram?
    (53:28) - How do you get back on track after being sidetracked by AOL?
  • November 3, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (48 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    Stage 4: In Depth, General Q&A, and Observations on Remote Viewing People

    Analytical Overlay:
    (0:35) - A brief overview of Stages 1, 2, and 3.
    (5:26) - Stage 4: In Depth.

    General Q&A:
    (18:28) - Can you declare intangible data in the first S4?
    (19:47) - If the data is coming in too fast to write down, how do you slow it down?
    (23:16) - What do you think about intangibles like "cooperation" and "death" in the first S4?
    (24:54) - How is stage 4 an autonomic process if you have to use judgement to decide where to place data?
    (27:20) - What would be an example of data where you had to think about where to declare it in stage 4?
    (29:43) - Can you talk about how to recognize aol drive?
    (33:42) - What happens if you reach the end of the page in s4 and still have data to declare?
    (35:45) - When doing a summary and analysis, do you exclude AOLs?
    (39:01) - When you take a break after finishing s4 and you resume, do you always resume with a movement?
    (39:47) - While you're in an s4 and getting data, and something in your local environment starts appearing in your data, how do you isolate and deal with that?

    Observations on Remote Viewing People:
    (43:48) - Examples and Discussion.
  • October 19, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (58 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    Analytical Overlay (AOL) and General Q&A

    Analytical Overlay:
    -- The collective unconscious.
    -- Imagination and its workings.
    -- Aesthetic Impact.
    -- Imagination in Stage 3.
    -- The standard types of AOL.
    -- Stage 4 and AOL of the Signal Line.
    -- Perceiving data versus imagination.

    Q&A:
    -- Abbreviations for ideograms.
    -- How do you alternate between S6 table and S6 sketch?
    -- How to remote view front-loaded?
    -- Using S3 analytical and spontaneous sketches.
    -- How do you get more data in Stage 2?
    -- Enhancing data flow in Stage 4.
  • August 24, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (56 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    Open Webinar, TRV Training, and General Q&A

    Open Webinar:
    (0:00) - Session Open.
    (2:35) - Why have you not made national television or textbook history, demonstrating TRV as a skill?
    (5:14) - How long does it take to learn trv?
    (5:27) - How long after learning TRV can you teach it?
    (7:20) - Explain the remote viewing process.
    (7:30) - How do you know if what you're remote viewing is real and not imagination?
    (11:01) - What are the TRNs, who codes them, and what do they mean?
    (14:18) - How do you feel about training potential enemies of the United States?

    TRV Training Period:
    (17:40) - The importance of the blind target pool.
    (22:20) - How do you not remember what the TRNs of your target in the pool are?
    (23:48) - Can you give some examples of what cues you can put in a blind target pool?
    (28:17) - Should new students set up blind target pools? And how many should they have in it? What should be in it?
    (31:53) - How can you use TRV to find an optimum business?
    (35:05) - If you have an existing business how can you find new ideas or help it along?
    (35:44) - Should you remote view front-loaded or in the blind?
    (36:35) - Can you explain the difference between front-loaded and blind targets?
    (37:40) - When can a new student start doing front-loaded sessions?
    (38:15) - How many targets would it take before you have TRV 'installed'?

    General Q&A:
    (41:38) - Is remote viewing a spiritual tool?
    (44:17) - Why would you feel unusually hungry or thirsty after a session?
    (45:52) - How do you work targets together as a team?
    (47:31) - Why does marijuana affect remote viewing?
    (49:21) - Can you protect yourself from other remote viewers?
    (50:21) - Do you "travel" to the target when you remote view?
    (55:37) - Closing comments.
  • August 17, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (36 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- Movements Part 2.
    -- Recuing: How and when to use.
    -- Recuing pieces of data, AOL, and just about everything else.
    -- How Recuing affects movements.
  • August 10, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (36 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- Movements.
    -- Does the tasker design movements for the TRV'er?
    -- When and how to plan movements.
    -- Tips and questions on unsual movements.
    -- And more...
  • August 3, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (47 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- Geographic Vectors.
    -- How to find missing people and lost objects.
    -- Considerations on TRVing missing people.
    -- An overview of the Elizabeth Smart project.
    -- How to find treasure with Geographic Vectors.
  • July 27, 2005 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (34 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- TRV structure and old timers.
    -- What is the difference between an easy target and a difficult target?
    -- Problems with self repeating ideograms.
    -- How can you improve analysis skills?
    -- How can you make money with TRV?
    -- Do you steer clear of the tangibles column?
    -- How can you improve your skill level?
  • June 28, 2004 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (58 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- TOTW 190 and 191 feedback and discussion
    -- What to do if your session gets hijacked by an AOL.
    -- Discussion of telepathy and relations to 191
    -- Are there any CD's or soundtracks that help you while TRVing?
    -- The importance of obeying stage 2 orders.
    -- Did the cue for totw 190 catch the next actual attack, or just the next planned attack?
    -- If telepathy goes from one mind to another, does the matrix become involved?
    -- Is the first instance of telepathy remote viewing?
    -- Was this session (191) the first implementation of human to human telepathy?
    -- Do we need to sketch dimensions on our stage 3 sketch?
    -- You mentioned you can use a metronome during a TRV session. Is that accurate?
  • May 24, 2004 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (53 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- Time Jumps and other Long Term RV effects.
    -- TOTW #189 Feedback.
    -- Why do I have to decode ideograms so carefully?
    -- Remote Viewing and the Human Psyche.
    -- Using a modified Idea Template session.
  • December 3, 2003 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (60 Minutes)
  • November 12, 2003 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (53 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    Special Guest: Technical Remote Viewing Contest 2-time winner Rodrigo DeAbreu
    -- Where do I get the Target of the Week TRNs?
    -- How do you handle self-talk during a TRV session?
    -- how many pages should one produce in a 45 minute session?
    -- When using movements such as 'from the top of the target', how do you know how far away you are from the target?
    -- Do you declare feelings in stage 1?
    -- The importance of the progression of data flow.
    -- Is fear of failure a valid AI?
    -- For what kinds of targets is the idea template most useful, and what can it be used on?
    -- What kind of AOL's should you question in a session?
    -- Asking questions in a session.
    Rodrigo Answers:
    -- How often did you practice?
    -- What's the most valuable lesson you've learned while in training?
    -- What has kept you going through your doubts learning trv?
  • November 5, 2003 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (52 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- Commonality of repeating ideograms and proper ideogram production.
    -- Why do I lose the target after completing an Idea Template?
    -- What can you do if you become inundated with AOLs?
    -- Do you declare AOL in Stage 1?
    -- How do you discern the differences between AOL and data?
    -- Is 10 minutes too long to go from Stage 1 to Stage 4?
    -- Must you declare a tangible from the first S3 in your first S4?
    -- How long should your interim summary be?
    -- How long should it take to learn TRV and expect good results?
  • October 29, 2003 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (52 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- How do you decode the ideogram correctly?
    -- What is the best way to identify level 2 targets using S1-S4 protocols?
    -- Help! I'm in a rut with S2 descriptors. What do I do?
    -- What are the different concept/gestalts you can get in an S3 sketch?
    -- Remote Viewing learning plateaus.
    -- When working a large project, should you leave a session open or start new ones?
    -- Can you hold imagination at bay?
    -- Does imagination ever get tired?
    -- What is the most important thing to do to establish strong signal line contact?
  • October 22, 2003 - Live tutoring session with Joni Dourif (30 Minutes)
    In This Session:
    -- How a session opens the "psi aperture."
    -- Session tips.
    -- What is the significance of the first s3?
    -- Feedback and discussion on TOTW #171.
    -- What to do if you know what the target is while in session.
    -- How many s2 percepts should you get?






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