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TRV 101: General Questions and Answers
TRV 101: General Questions and Answers

   Section 1: "How does TRV Work? Where does the information come from?"

   How Technical Remote Viewing Works

   Technical Remote Viewing® is a highly structured and standardized technique that allows you to consistently obtain accurate information, on demand, using a rigorously applied set of protocols. It is a trained ability to acquire accurate direct knowledge of things and events - targets - distant in time or space, while conscious awareness remains totally "blind" to details about the target itself. It is a data collection skill. Like any other skill, practice is required to become proficient. The TRV techniques result in an accurate transfer of information from the viewer's unconscious mind into conscious awareness, before the aware, creative, and analytical part of the mind has time to distort, contaminate, or otherwise interfere with the data flow. The target information is then converted into words or sketches, using only a pen and plain white paper. During this process, the viewer becomes linked directly to the collective unconscious - also referred to as the Matrix. The process works whether the target is in the next room or on the other side of the world. This information can exist anywhere in time or at any point in the Universe, as mind exists outside of time and space.

   All humans have the innate potential to receive detailed information on a target, using only their minds. But throughout history, only a small number of exceptional natural psychics developed their ability to a point of repeatability and consistency. It was not until the late twentieth century when the U.S. intelligence community poured millions of research dollars into the area of psychic functioning that a true breakthrough was realized. In an effort to use psychics for intelligence gathering purposes, the Defense Intelligence Agency contracted Stanford Research Institute to develop a reliable technique that could be used to collect accurate information on distant targets.

   The outcome of this research was a set of protocols and a training program that allowed virtually anyone to be trained to perceive psychically derived information, while surpassing the accuracy of the best known natural psychics. For the first time, a remote viewer could learn how to consistently separate imagination from true target data and remain locked on to the target signal. Unlike earlier research involving "out-of-body experiences" and freestyle Extended Remote Viewing (ERV), the remote viewer worked fully conscious at a state of high attention. The protocols were designed to slowly bring the viewer to closer target contact, working from the general to the specific, collecting bits and pieces of data in a specific and structured manner, with all viewers following the same rigorously applied six stage process.

   Remote Viewing as an Applied Military Intelligence Tool

   The refinement and development of the process did not end in the laboratory. In the Defense Intelligence Agency's unit, these remote viewing procedures were tested against top secret and distant targets often involving life or death situations - a motivating factor which simply does not exist in the laboratory research environment. The work these viewers produced had to be accurate and they used it to save lives, find hostages and solve complex problems involving the security of the United States. This resulted in improvements in the techniques and training regimen and brought great strides in perfecting the accuracy of the skill. It was now a highly accurate military intelligence collection and problem solving tool, applied by highly disciplined military intelligence officers. One of the training officers of the remote viewing unit formed a private corporation, in 1989, and the former presiding General of INSCOM (Intelligence Security Command) sat on the board of directors, to help usher this technology out of the confines of secrecy and into the private sector. That company is PSI TECH.

   How does TRV work?

   First, a target cue or name is formulated and assigned a set of eight random numbers, which serve to keep the process blind and act as a label for administrative purposes. The viewer only receives these numbers and then follows the stages of TRV structure, in order, working for usually forty five minutes in a single session. In the end, the viewer working alone or in concert with a team, almost always has an extremely accurate description of the target, including sketches and often the solution to a problem.

   Where does the information come from?

   Think of all of the information in the entire universe existing as patterns of information, at a single dimensional space somewhere. Think of a computer disk. Except this library of information is active. It isn't passive like a regular library or a random access memory disk. It's as if your personal unconscious mind is interfacing with a library that's talking to you. And the way that the books are stored, in this collective unconscious, is in the form of information patterns. Each of these patterns is unique for every person, every place, every thing and every event. When Technical Remote Viewing®, you are turning your unconscious mind toward these specific patterns of information that you or your tasker is interested in, in a consistent and very accurate manner, producing descriptions in terms of words, and sketches that fit this pattern - this target. That is essentially the way that the unconscious mind communicates data to conscious awareness, when your mind is trained in this skill.

   Properly creating a target cue is analogous to an internet search, or a library search for those of you who are unfamiliar with internet search engines. In a library, you fill out your library card, and you give it to the librarian, and if you're interested in, let's say Abraham Lincoln, the librarian comes back with several books, or tomes, on Abraham Lincoln. If you're interested in something that's more specific that only existed momentarily, then you might only get one book. If you conducted a library search or an internet search on something that was an abstract or general term like "medical cures," you'd get dozens of books. Because, in that case, you're dealing with a very general term that is associated with other abstract ideas, a problem for instance, that affects many different things. And so, for us, in our library search of what we call the Matrix, or the collective unconscious, this is a very unwieldy search term. However, if you select a specific disease as a search term, the results will be limited to that specific cure or treatment. So, using our model, that is essentially how the process works and how information is downloaded.

   When you learn TRV from PSI TECH's training courses, we are training your unconscious to do all of the work, by only giving conscious awareness a Target Reference Number™, and that is all that conscious awareness has, just a number that is associated with the target and the TRV protocols. Think of it as a library card number, and your unconscious mind performs the research. And the real breakthrough in Technical Remote Viewing® was teaching people the protocols, methods, and the techniques to make sure that their unconscious mind turns itself toward the right pattern of information and that the information that is objectified in terms of words and sketches about the target is correct.

   These ingenious protocols keep your conscious mind occupied, writing down the information, in a highly structured manner, so that your conscious analytical mind is unable to interfere with the unconscious processing of the data. And through practice, you are installing the procedures and correct order of the stages into your autonomic nervous system, much like learning a martial art. Your unconscious mind becomes trained and knows exactly what you want to do, each time you engage in a remote viewing session.

   Technical Remote Viewing® is a learned skill as well as a science. A skill like skiing or ice skating, and everybody does it the same way. That is why the results are consistent - because the techniques are rigorous and standardized and were perfected in the most demanding environment.

   A note about "Naturals"
   Those who have already developed a portion of their psi abilities.

   Over the years that I have been training people at PSI TECH, I have witnessed many different types of people who already possessed varying degrees of previously developed psi functioning.

   Let me give you some examples of what I mean; We had trainees who in the beginning would not only TRV their blind target but would also include the target data and sketch the next target in the file cabinet. There were others who were tuned into telepathy and would include the tasker's thoughts and preconceived notions about the target. In other incidents, if the tasker changed the target at the last moment the viewer would include the discarded target and would overlay sketches and data with the final chosen target data. One time a trainee requested a "double blind" target exercise (i.e. the tasker/monitor was also blind to the target). The monitor decided during the first S3 that he knew "which target was in the envelope." The viewer sketched the incorrect false target in the taskers' mind along with the actual and correct target in the envelope. There was another trainee who sketched amazingly accurate geographic locations and people's faces from the beginning of their training. There was another who frequently (from the beginning) perceived accurate names of the target - this is rare. There was another, who could perceive numbers accurately from the beginning which is even more rare. (He now discerns numeric codes and works as a highly specialized contractor for the FBI.) I could go on with many more stories of these types of incidents.

   People with naturally endowed psi functioning tend to take larger data bites but due to the (previous) lack of a structured system (i.e. TRV) there was no way to regulate the data flow therefore they would be subject to "data dumps" where most of the data was lost or caught up with imagination. Usually the initial ten percent would be accurate and the rest skewed.

   TRV structure is a natural system which enables the innate human psychic function to control and embrace the entirety of the perceptual data flow, thus, allowing them to recognize and separate out imagination from psychically perceived data. This leads to correct discernment of data and eventual precision accuracy in the final analysis.

   The challenge to learn TRV for "naturals" is usually working through the initial lack of the "experiential impact" during their perception retrieval process. Before TRV training they had come to rely on only one aspect of their perceptual antennae, usually kinesthetic (physical) or emotional functions. This causes an overload of data flow and subsequently overwhelming feelings accompanied with an inability to deal with the data.

   Another common obstacle is a tendency to "pigeon hole" data and to impress others with one or two pieces of flashy (usually novel) data. Natural psychics who have derived their identity, income or fame using their psychic talents have the most difficulty. This is usually because the change in the data distribution system challenges an established sense of security and feels more like a threat.

   Installing TRV structure allows the perceptual data flow to utilize all of the person's senses (physical, mental, emotional) in a controlled and precise manner so that we may assimilate the data in manageable bite size pieces resulting in minimal data loss.

   Naturals can be more challenged then others at learning TRV because they need to set aside their previously acquired methods and impose discipline and a new regiment. They normally have a harder time staying in structure, slowing down the data flow and discriminating imagination from data.

   Those who work hard and stay in structure can become extraordinary "all star" TRVers. However, without installing this skill thoroughly they are just another random-inconsistent-psychic and there's nothing new about that.

   Section 3: Frequently Asked Questions

   Q: What type of pen should I use when TRVing?

   
A: A rollerball style ball point pen which uses liquid ink. At PSI TECH, we prefer to use the Sanford Uniball Micro Deluxe.

   Q: I was wondering how often I should practice (perform a session) to get results quickly without overworking myself?

   
A: Once a day, or every other day -- forget about "quick results."

   Q: How many sessions in a day is productive for someone just starting out in modules 1-3?

   
A: 3 or 4.

   Q: Will an effort to memorize the list of feelings/descriptions help?

   
A: Yes.

   Q: On s4 one should write down the data as it comes, but as I am just a beginner i need the checklist. Should i follow the checklist as in s2?

   
A: Until you memorize the steps, you should employ the TRV check list as you would a flow chart. After learning the order of the stages, S2 data should now be spontaneous, and not selected from the check list.

   Q: What are the best kind of targets for a Beginner? targets representatives of each gestalt?

   
A: People, places, things, and events.

   Q: I am using the checklists, but I have noticed that, during the S2 phase, more often words are "popping" into my mind before I get to them in the checklist. If I am writing down colors,for instance, and the word "green" pops into my mind before I read it, is it okay to write it down? I don't want my imagination to get hold -- but if I am not getting any kind of visual or "idea" about the target, I'm thinking it is OK to use the words that pop into my head.

   
A: You are correct. The check list is only for training purposes to jump start your S2 percepts (in order). Abandon the check list when you no longer need it.

   Q: I want to start my practice - the correct way....the table(s) I will be using are of two types...My kitchen...It does have a very rich grain to the wood...Will this effect my trv session? I also have a dark brown desk with a Glass top...Will this also affect my trv session?

   
A: Both tables should be fine, just make sure that they are clean of debris

   Q: I tried doing a session today at lunch in my little truck, but I am not sure that this is the right environment. Tomorrow I will make a small plywood table so that I don't have to prop things on the dash. If I start getting a bunch wrong, I will go back to working at home when I can.

   
A: Optimally, we should be able to TRV just about anywhere anytime. So, keep attempting to TRV in your little truck, it will pay off big time in the end. I started TRVing in the middle of the house with teenagers and kids running in and out. Now, I can TRV in public places, in front of camera crews, etc.

   Q: My question is about one of the training targets. I did a session this morning using this target. My ideogram showed no sign of a life-form. My S3 sketch pretty well matched the same curves and diagonals as shown in the photo. Although there were no colors, my black, grey and white labels on the sketch also matched the photo. I also had blue labeled for the sky. I feel like I had grabbed the target. But I had a strong sense of a large body of water nearby. I had a wavy in my ideogram. My AOL's were water, sea, island. When I touched my ideograms I sensed soft, semi-soft, and liquid. MY main question is this: Could the absence of LF in my ideogram be due to the fact that the target person is dead? And secondly, could the site be near a large body of water?

   
A: It sounds like you're right on schedule! Training the unconscious to deliver up data in a manner that you can assimilate is similar to training a puppy to walk on a leash. It's eager to please, but it learns by making mistakes. The training targets in the TRV kit are essentially "leash training your unconscious" so, it is normal that you would perceive various aspects of the target correctly and feel as though you missed others. Generally, when the unconscious feels the difference between the "soft" of a lifeform and the "soft" of liquid from a body of water - it won't make the mistake again. This is also analogous to the production of a lifeform ideogram - if you feel you didn't produce the "lifeform" ideogram but did grasp the target gestalt and download the data accordingly - it probably won't make the mistake again. However, keep in mind that not all lifeform ideograms are represented the same way and not all TRVers produce standard ideograms - some never do! The important thing is that you produce the ideograms quickly and spontaneously and download pertinent data about your target. And remember that TRV is a learned skill!!! Keep up the enthusiasm. I look forward to monitoring your progress!

   Q: In a recent session I had the following happen. I got two fairly strong visuals during my session. Both were of targets I had done in the past. When done with the session it was obvious that both of these visuals combined, so to speak, would have given me my target. Now this makes sense to me that I would bring to mind a relevant image of something that was close to my target as a clue. But it turned out my target was in fact one I had worked before. So the image of the actual target was as accessible to me as was the close but not exact images were. I suspect there may be no clear cut answer to this, but I ponder it none the less. Why didn't I just pull up the image of the actual target as opposed to things that were simply clues to it?

   
A: Didn't you say, 'it was obvious that both of these visuals combined, so to speak, would have given me my target'? There could be an infinite number of explanations for this ranging from discrepancies in the target data verses the target image (or event) to your changing growing psyche integrating a new perceptual skill (TRV) and the coinciding data analysis experience. I would need to know specifics in order to answer you more specifically. However, it does sound like you have made great strides in your TRV ability.

   Q: I know that it is widely believed that drugs (such as alcohol or marijuana) will inhibit a proper TRV session. What about prescription medicine? Are people who take daily medication for behavioral/psychological disorders unable to successfully TRV (i.e. regular >use of SSRI's, MAOI's, etc)?

   
A: PSI TECH's extensive experience of training people from all walks of life, has been , that only the chronic marijuana smokers have difficulty ascertaining the refined data taught in the more advanced stages of TRV. They usually fall into "stream of consciousness" (rhyming words or words that all start with the same letter) in stage 4.

   We have not experienced adverse effects or training obstacles for any other type of drug. We have trained people on anti-depressants and people who drink alcohol routinely. It seems to be fine as long as they are stabilized and sober while learning and performing TRV.

   Q: Are there any books about TRV that we could get or could you suggest any good reading material about the subject?

   
A: Recommended Reading List for TRV:

   The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain - Betty Edwards

   The Presence of the Past - Rupert Sheldrake

   To Kiss the Earth Goodbye - Ingo Swann

   Psychology and Alchemy - Carl Jung

   A New Science of Life - Rupert Sheldrake

   Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Carl Jung

   Q: Does the use of tea, or coffee or pain pills come under the heading "mind altering?If it does I am going to be a wee bit disappointed but could give up the tea andcoffee; might have a problem with the pain pills.

   
A: The only drug that we have seen have an adverse effect on TRV ability is the chronic use of marijuana. However, one cannot effectively TRV while under the influence of mood altering drugs taken recreationally, such as alcohol, etc. This does not include coffee, tea, nicotine or doctor prescribed medications.

   Q: How many stages are there in all?

   
A: There are six stages to TRV. Many problems can be solved using only S4 tools, especially if your Matrix search strategy -- the cue -- is well thought out (cf. elegant algorithms). The next advanced TRV Modules, will cover the following topics:

   Stage 6 (Dimensional -- including time -- target contact)

   TRV Data Analysis

   TRV Project Management

   Q: In what brain wave state is TRV best performed?

   
A: High (amplitude) Theta

   Q: Should I not TRV if I have a cold? It's just minor, no cold medication or anything, but I know you've said in the tapes if you're tired, hungover, etc...it will impede the session. I'm not tired or anything, just sniffly. Will that interfere?

   
A: As for any other attention-required skill, a cold (see physical inclemency comments in your tapes) will also affect the quality of your TRV session.

   Q: I am interested in learning more about TRV. This is something that has been near me for quite a while. Any suggestions on how to get started are appreciated. I have a limited ability in psychometry, that I actually considered normal for quite a while, and still do.Will this help me? Can your methods be applied to other facilities? Was Ted Serios a TRV?

   
A: See 'Products.' (Ted Serios was a clairvoyant. A bad fall from a ladder rearranged his cranioneurocircuitry -- I wouldn't advise trying to repeat his experience, at home).

   Q: As I do more TRV, I am finding an undercurrent of puzzlement with my sessions. It seems I'm practically clueless with the results. One one hand I feel good that I'm blocking out my imagination, on the other, my results and conclusions seem far off from the actual target. My subconscious is very active due to the fact that when I dream at night, I almost always foresee events in the next day or so (symbolically, depending on the importance). When I am at my table doing TRV, and in structure, it feels like I'm tightening the screws down on my subconscious and blocking it all out. Should I be this clueless at this stage? Can I make better friends with the subconscious while performing TRV?

   
A: This is an excellent question and not self indulgent at all. The 'undercurrent of puzzlement' that you refer to... Could this be your expectations that 'you should know more about what the target is' ? ..If so, than drop the expectation, because you should not know what the target is while you are TRVing. If you do think 'you know what the target is' before you have finished then you are most likely in AOL-drive. Ninety-nine percent of the time, this is the case, even with professional long term TRVers. If you think about it, it makes sense, because when we are TRVing, we are in a state of bilocation constantly and rhythmically going from left brain to right brain, objectifying the data from only one side at a time. Our analysis skills cannot be fully accessed until we have both (left and right) sides back on the ground working in unison (that would be about 15 minutes after you have ended the session). It's the nature of the TRV process. It may feel like you are 'tightening the screws' but you are really reprogramming your perceptual operating system. The correct attitude and corresponding feelings while TRVing should be a feeling of confidence (because you are in structure) and a feeling of uncertainty about "what the target might be" It's a delicate balance to attain at first, but a very rewarding one indeed.

   Q: In the Gen1 tapes you said: "We are not perceiving first we are receiving first the idea as information, and then the perception, and then its objectification is done on the paper as a written word or a sketch. We may be able to perceive the color red of what we receive first as an idea and then perceive it using our body sensorial --our tool for converting information decoding it and then perceiving it.

   
A: When we produce the ideogram we have received the package of information - As we proceed using the TRV protocol - we are unraveling the package - perceiving the data and objectifying the information on paper.

   Q: How Do I train to receive first? or how to know the difference? I am beginning to believe that what I am doing is perceiving first and then using it as received totally wrong.

   
A: You are doing fine - just keep it up.

   Q: Is there a qualitative/quantitative difference between data received from targets with reference material (past/present targets) vs. data received from targets without reference material(future/next and esoteric targets?)

   
A: There is not one answer to this question. It really depends on what the target is, whether it be esoteric or accompanied with Target Reference Material.

   Q: Even with blind sessions I seem to perceive a difference(as if the aperture of the signal line varied) and find that targets with reference material offer more vivid Aols and are tougher sessions to manage. Thanks for any comments.

   
A: Be careful not to evaluate 'what type of signal line contact' you think you have while TRVing. If you think you are able to do this than you can be sure that you have lost the signal line. I have done some of my best work while believing that I had lost the signal line and I have done some of my worst while believing I was 'locked on' to the signal line.

   AI-I feel like I'm bombing

   AI- This is s--t!

   AI- I feel like I'm on signal

   AI- I want to believe this is _____

   Drop your pen and throw them away!

   Q: I had this happen to me on a target you didn't give me. I was in S3 and moved to the next aspect. When I got positioned and started placing the pen to the paper, it felt like the paper was an inch thick and I was pushing through it. I developed tunnel vision and felt like I was moving towards that spot on the paper. I started sketching then pulled away. I assumed this was bilocation and took a bilo break. I was able to back out very quickly and felt solidly in the here and now.

   I went back to work on another aspect and it happened again. This time I didn't experience the thick paper, but I immediately went into tunnel vision and started to see blurry shapes. My sketching was a little erratic. I pulled back again and halted the s3, going straight to the s4. My assumption was that this process would not be accurate and would engage my conscious mind, leading to AOL that I wouldn't objectify.Is this a fair assumption? Was this indeed bilocation? Are we supposed to break from this process to get back to the unconscious observer mode? Is there any value to be gained from this occurrence?

   
A: When "bilocation" occurs during a TRV session, the viewer is beginning to shift into an altered state, and a 'break' is indeed required. If you do not take the break, the flow of true site-connected data will come to a grinding halt, and imagination will take you on a magical mystery tour of your head. The experience of bilocation is exciting, however -- but then again, so is driving off of a cliff in your car -- both experiences eventuate in their own forms of disaster. Eschew the 'experience' -- go for the data. This is why altered states were abandoned, and what the development of TRV was all about.

   If your friend happened to be dying of an unknown liver disease, would you rather "experience" her liver, or accurately describe the cause of the problem?

   Q: I was wondering if being literally blind(as in not having any sight) would inhibit my use of remote viewing, and if not would I be able to see? I'm blind and I was wondering if blind people could do Remote Viewing.

   
A: They can if someone else hold their hand, during Stage 1. Literally holds their hand because we have to produce an ideogram which is, an autonomic response on the paper and these ideograms are standard reactions just a brain's brainwave to outside information. To gross patterns of information, there's a standard way that the body moves in response to these.

   And this pattern needs to be decoded. But before it's decoded it needs to be produced as a certain squiggle on a piece of paper, as an ideogram. And again, these can be standardized. And someone who can see the tape, the Remote Viewing tape, needs to be able to help the blind person produce these on the paper so that the blind person can remember what it feels like to produce each one of these standard figures on the paper. After that they're on their own. They can listen to the tapes and then repeat all the steps without a problem.

   Q: Should a full & complete (S1-S4) session be employed to determine the winner of a sporting event where 2 teams are involved,(e.g. hockey game)?

   
A: Keep in mind that the 'answer to the question' is always present in the first S3 sketch. For TRV problems sets as elementary as those under discussion, we can often pick out the "winner(s)" as early as the S3 abstract-symbolic sketch. It all depends upon the strategem selected by the unconscious: are you going to end up describing a winning team's helmet or jockey's jersey? A unique feature in a winning team's home town? Don't constrain the cue to what you 'think' might be the best identifier -- the general term "winner" or "winning team" will allow unconscious free rein to employ the optimum strategem for the solution to your contest outcome problem.

   Q: Next week I will be receiving my training course and am rather excited to start work on it, but am wondering what to expect. I have listened to the Hemi-Sync tapes from The Monroe Institute and have seen events that were in the news the next day which I have discussed this with TMI (earthquake in New Guinea, the killings in Kosovo, and the suffering and killings in the refugee camps in Africa). I find it very interesting. I look forward in receiving this package and will do exactly what is instructed but I am wondering what to expect out of the first try at it?

   
A: Surprise and frustration.

   Q: This is my first time writing. I have heard you on the radio. Remote viewing has always fascinated me. I was never trained in this, but find myself at times when working with my wife on psychic things, I can see things with my mind with my eyes open. It's like I'm in the room and I can describe things. Does one have to use paper and pencil? If this is remote viewing, can I improve my skills? I have a feeling deep inside that I can and that I most investigate this more. Thank you for your help. Jimmy

   
A: A diamond in the rough -- learn TRV.

   Q: I was changed from left-handed to right when I was very young. Will this make a difference in my TRV sessions?

   
A: No.

   Q: Is it common for a trainee to mistake the Devils Tower as a building i.e.(mm structure gestalt)?

   
A: Yes, most do get MM/structure and it is not a mistake.

   Q: Would it be considered outside of structure to create pre-generated forms in which to place our TRV Data? Specifically, I am thinking about the Stage 4, 8-column table. This would help keep the data limited to 2/3 of a page and would also help keep items within columns. If this would be considered outside of structure, is it due to the pace and keeping in contact with the target while drawing the table, etc. Thanks!

   
A: Using a pre-generated S4 table is O.K. as long as it is exactly the same as TRV protocol requires.

   Q: I'm trying to create a time registry to more accurately nail down the target in time….Here is what I have setup…A binder with 4 pocket folders in it. The folders are colored blue, green, yellow, and red. Blue pocket folder would = the year Green would = the month And red the day… I plan on putting unique pre-determined targets in each pocket folder according to the date. Anyway, my questions is how to que everything. First I wanted to Ascertain if the matrix distinguished the target via folder color…. I tried these ques. Target in blue pocket folder The data I got back seemed as though I was viewing the target itself (envelope with a picture), not the location… Then tried… Target in blue pocket folder/source Data was non-sensical…Next I tried… Target in blue pocket folder/origin Date was still non-sensical Then I tried another approach, viewing photo origins rather than targets… I tried these ques… Photo in blue pocket folder/source Photo in blue pocket folder/origin Black binder/blue pocket folder/photo/source All of which produces non-sensical data that closely matched each session. Where I'm I going wrong? Will the matrix recognize a target in a specific location like inside a blue pocket folder? Is the queing right? Are the different targets/photos in the separate folders getting morphed together? Is that why the data is non-sensical? Any ideas?

   
A: The experimenting that you describe has become known as ARV which is currently practiced by RVers who want "yes" and "no" answers. There are several intrinsic problems that I see with this procedure. The first problem is that it does not appear to be recognized as a static system in the collective (matrix). People are still experimenting with it and there is no repetition of protocols that consistently and successfully delivers up the data. Second problem is that the colors and photos that are being used basically have little to no meaning in the collective and your intent is to use them only as markers for the real target. Therefore, your intent is indirect but the system itself is set up to provide direct knowledge. Additionally, TRVing insignificant events such as colors, folders, photos requires advanced skills because not only are they horrifically boring to our unconscious but they are also very small spikes in the collective so, you are essentially attempting to find bones in an enormous cluttered space with a bored puppy dog who knows he will receive no reward. If you are really only trying to refine your time lines, you are better off using traditional TRV and real world events like birthdays, holidays etc. I have had a great deal of success myself by TRVing my 'optimum trajectory/next 7 days' and 'next 3 days' or 'next 30 days' All of which provide me with fairly quick (and useful) feedback while refining my 'time determining perceptual antennae'.

   Q: The only question I am concerned about is WHEN, which is the one thing trv doesn't excel at!

   
A: It really is not the case that 'TRV doesn't excel at nailing down future events.' It is more that we humans have not nailed down the art to precisely measure time and distance using our perceptual apparatus. TRV is still a very young technology. Mankind is still a very young race.

   Measuring time and distance perceptually can be compared to the metaphor of walking down a path and heading toward a mountain. We see the mountain - we know it's there - we know if we keep walking - we will eventually arrive there.

   The problem can be solved by measuring time and distance by looking forward on the path in increments - looking for markers along the way. We have not nailed this down to an accurate science yet but we will. It's not TRV that will do it - its us. The problem that I foresee when we become proficient enough to measure time through events, will be keeping up our personal growth so, that we can effectively detach from the events (markers) along the path, enough to analyze clearly.

   What do you think?

   Q: I was wondering if anyone has tried to TRV with a notepad, rather than the loose leaf paper described. Would it be possible to put the target folder in one side of one of those nice close-able notepads, then TRV without a table? Joni? Anyone? What might be the effects of this? Could the matrix still provide you with accurate info?

   
A: I use a flip up pad on a clip board when I do not have the proper accoutrements. (The matrix doesn't care.)

   Q: Can you remote view what somebody thinks??? If so how would you cue that. I see this may be challenging to do but doesn't the matrix record everything? No secrets right...

   
A: Right.. Person's Name/conscious thoughts/present time. You will download primarily the ideation (the driver) behind the thoughts and possibly a few of the actual thoughts. Whoa! S c A t T e R B r A i N !

   Q: This probably sounds like an ignorant question, but after we've finished the basic training course, where do we learn advanced skills? Or should we simply continue getting better and better session results using the techniques we've learned so far until we are able to get clear idea templates of our target? I've picked up some advanced techniques from this board, (I.E. movement techniques to get better data on the target), but is there an advanced tape?

   
A: The advanced skills are basically different types of more refined movement exercises. These advanced 'Stage 6 tools' cannot be trusted until one is able to deliver up pristine and consistently accurate idea templates. There are so many advanced tools to learn that we are now producing an advanced series of TRV Modules.

   Q: During one practicing session today I found myself unable to continue after "From The Top of Target[X]and S4 were done. From the top of aspect[A]on either I got identical ideograms one after the other or I got frustrated. Is this the matrix telling me that have non-sense cue? or is it that the answer was in the first S3 and S3A[X] sketches of my session already?

   
A: There is not a general answer true in all circumstances to this question. The cue was: "debate/person's name/final/residence/result" However, in this case it was a nonsense cue. (Thank your practical unconscious mind for not taking you on Mr. Toad's wild goose nonsense ride)

   Q: Can children learn TRV?

   
A: A nine-year old can do well with basic TRV skills (S1-3), under the conditions outlined below, but is ill-equipped to tackle intermediate techniques.

   1. Do not force your child to watch the TRV video tape, for you will poison the waters. (Take it from someone who knows: forcing adult-level TRV instruction upon your kid -- PARTICULARLY THE LECTURES (!) -- is tantamount to child abuse).

   2. Just have her/him sit down at the table, with you as their trusted coach, and treat the learning process like a game -- no more than 10 minutes at a time, no more than 2 sessions a day.

   Q: I just received my training course yesterday and plan to look at it tonight. The thought of having my 15 year old daughter train on this came to mind and what about my 11 year old son, though I would be hesitant in letting them, probably mess their mind up which I do not want. As you know kids learn a foreign language faster than adults. The thought of a teenager training on this would achieve better result and quicker ... do you not think so? I would like to have someone's opinion on this.

   
A: Module 1 skills are easily mastered by 11/15-year olds. Unfortunately, however, they would die of boredom if forced to digest the (adult) lecture material.

   Q: When doing the target of the week, in addition to the number sequence, is it acceptable to also include the notation "Target #__" on the file folder?

   
A: (Not "number sequence" -- Target Reference Numbers). Go ahead, the annotation will not create a problem.

   Q: Here is one for you... can I and should I do the TOTW blindly and how do you propose how to do it? Blind targets = better results (I Think).

   
A: ABSOLUTELY! DO THE TOTW *ONLY* IN THE BLIND. Don't look at the others if they are posted before you have finished yours. That's why they are posted in a separate conference.

   Q: I just completed my first Mod. 3 session using a photograph. The session lasted a LONG 23 minutes, and was EXTREMELY detailed.

   
A: If this were a physical (i.e., not cyber, not even virtual) class, I would take my stick out and beat you severely about the head and shoulders. Twenty-Three minutes! If you want to set the stage for future failure, keep it up. After your Module 3 sessions are down to ten minutes in duration, meet me back here...and we'll talk.

   P.S. -- Just kidding about the stick. Actually, I prefer an electric cattle prod.

   P.P.S. - Based upon your comments, there is a possibility that you are, to some degree, dyslexic, but I'll need for you to run a test to be certain. More to say about this, when we again talk.

   Q: When I TRV, sometimes I perceive the aspect as being huge. I did a target today, and the target was a white bucket used for collecting sap from a tree, and I got an enormous circular, hollow white object. I mean, I perceived it as being huge! I do this often, like a face will be so up close and huge as to be monstrous. What's going on, and how do I stop this from occurring, or should I? It really screws me up when I do my analysis.

   
A: When the target is an object, and there are no other site aspects to provide context, then target geometry sessions will be necessary to ascertain the object's scale (as well as to determine shape).

   Q: Instead of working with two or more people can one person do lets say 2 or more sessions spread throughout the months lets say. Then after doing the sessions can this person circle and compare s4 data and make one hell of a IT?

   
A: Yes, you can.

   Q: I just posted TOTW session. Sorry for the sloppiness, it's part of that speed problem of mine, if I slow down even a fraction to be neat, it seems like I lose contact.

   
A: Your session is readable. Better to to keep the signal line than worry about neatness for now. As time goes on and you continue at a snappy speed, TRV structure becomes an autonomic impulse - You wont need to think about "what to do next" you will be able to perform quickly and neatly.

   Q: Is it possible to do a session too fast?

   
A: No, as long as you are not skipping over any part of the TRV structure. Also, remember that we had to make the instruction on the TRV Training tapes slow enough so that you could see, hear, and follow along.

   Q: Well lets start with my target in one of my previous sessions which was the alps. I concluded that it was a man-made structure but the target was on note cards. My question simply is that could my subconscience target a manmade structure on the alps or am I getting the aol of a manmade structure. Or is using note cards "faulty" to pictures or does it matter?

   
A: It's hard to say what went wrong without seeing your session. Most likely, you were out of structure, going too slow, and in AOL drive.

   Q: Is there a TRV Lite? It would be for something really basic, like: "car keys/present location." Since you all have done this for years, don't tell me that if you lose something or just need a quick answer you work an entire TRV session just for that? Have you had any success with just asking your body to take you to where your car keys, wallet, etc. are located?

   
A: There are no short cuts. (Would you like the professional pilot of your next 100-mile flight to skip preflight checks and flight plan? After all, it's just a little "lite" hop).

   Q: Every time I watch my TRV tapes I get very sleepy and frequently go to sleep. I invited a friend over to watch one of the tapes and we both went to sleep and woke up the next morning in the chairs where we had started watching the tape. Is this common or is there a reason for this? What can I do about it? Any advise will be appreciated.

   
A: Same thing happens to me when I actually engage in a TRV session. This activity has a sophorific effect. I believe that the brain is simply demanding rest in order to effectively time-integrate a plethora of new information resulting from "double-exposure" -- processing experiences connected with the viewer's (ordinary) local domain + the (novel, effort-intensive) remote site. It needs to shut down your active thinking mechanism, for awhile, to the degree necessary to accomplish this.

   Q: Hi, I just started the introductory tape. My question is simple, but important nervertheless: I realize that beginner targets aren't supposed to be "front-loaded" (meaning that you're given some info. on that target before a TRV session). How then does one go about avoiding knowing the target in advance if you're the one who has selected new target pictures from magazines? Put another way:

   If you're the one selecting new target pictures then you're already seeing the targets as you cut them out. How then are your targets not to be "front-loaded"? Is the idea supposed to be that you're going to select several pictures as targets, mix them up, and therefore forget which is in which envelope?

   
A: The target is 'front loaded' if you are consciously aware of what the cue is for those particular Target Reference Numbers before starting the session. Have a friend create your target folders for you if you are memorizing the TRN's, or make 100 or more target folders.

   Q: I wish to increase the recall of my TRV skills by reviewing the mod. 2 tapes under hypnosis. Hypothetically, this would improve memory when it comes to working a TRV probe. What is your take on this? Has learning the advance TRV skills under hypnosis been done by one of your staff or someone you've trained? Advantages/disadvantages?

   
A: We have not tried this. I wouldn't recommend trying it until you have mastered TRV structure the prescribed way (ie in a conscious and alert state). Remember, when we TRV (correctly) we are in a state of "high attention" not in a trance.

   Q: I'm surprised that doing a person, didn't jump out at me. This was my first session on a human, and I would like to learn how to pick up on that fact. I guess the word is practice, oops, spelled it wrong-practicepracticepractice An interesting side note, I have worked on 48 short sessions involving lifeforms as the target, since 2-29-00. My lifeform ideos are beginning to sink in, now the rest needs to.

   
A: I noticed in your first session you had the lifeform in your first S3 but you were a little quick on the trigger labeling the target. In your second session you forgot to ask yourself if there was a lifeform present. I doubt you'll be making these mistakes again.

   Q: I have a difficult time finding 45 minutes at one time to complete the Mod 2 session. Is it possible to breakup the Mod 2 sessions into smaller 20-30 minutes sessions?

   
A: Yes (see archives regarding possible break points), but not advisable. It will cost you in terms of overall quality session quality.

   Q: I think, You said "Not only does the matrix give us information but it also learns from us, apparently". My Question therefore is, could it be imaginable to condition or teach the matrix to help us produce a standard ideogram for a yes or no? i.e. is (a specific thing) perceivable? in all the years of research that you and your colleagues put into developing trv have you experimented with the idea? also I would like to know if it is indeed possible to rv a string of numbers? on an Art Bell show I had heard some time ago a gentleman who was interviewed had said that he obtained documents through the freedom of information act regarding the Philadelphia experiment by giving a docket number that someone had rv'd on the day prior to the request. He said that the numbers were changed on a daily basis and the person simply rv'd what the numbers would be at the time of the request. Because numbers are somewhat ambiguous the only way I could figure that he could have gotten them would be by process of elimination. e.g. from the top of the target is number 1 perceivable. could there be a way to get an ideogram response for yes or no or teach the matrix to do so? and last, how does the matrix learn from us?

   
A: There is a way to derive a correct answer in response/reaction to binary target ensembles, but it involves simple body kinesthetics -- ideograms (which are also a kinesthetic response to an impulse) do not work. However, you should be aware that saturation sets in fairly quickly, so the technique should be used either sparingly, or with a recovery period between tries. It does not require a lot of practice to see how effective the technique is. When I do this, I note which way my body spontaneously pulls or tugs, either left or right, for example, in response to a presented (face down) red or black playing card.

   There are similar techniques that are far more powerful, but they require children as the tool. I will not teach these methods, because of the real risk of exploitation.

   As far as the "yes/no" problem is concerned, you can pick up a Magic 8 Ball at any Toys R Us. Just ask your question, shake it, turn it over and, bingo -- there is your answer. (This is what I used for counsel prior to my last two marriages).

   Q: While doing TOTW#41'movements' I came about one for sex identification? What are the attributes that we have to look for sex identification. I searched the BB for "male, female, boys, girls, masculine, feminine, and sex" but there is no subjects classification for these. The only answer I found was to identify by photograph. If this is the answer, should I use one of my drawings to further investigate the sex and what would be the cue?

   
A: The sex of a Life form is a refined piece of data that we learn to identify correctly through 'trial and error.' In your 3rd or 4th stage 4 touch the LF briefly with your pen then put your pen in the 'I' column - ask yourself - is this Male or female?

   Q: I think i'm having serious problems with my ego. How do you keep your ego on a leash during the sessions?

   
A: You continue to allow blown sessions to pummel it.

   Q: Here was a target my husband prepared: A photograph of a small island (more of a tropical rock, really), sticking out of turquoise sea. He circled the island on the photo, with an arrow pointing to the circle, wrote "target", the target numbers, and the name of the island next to the arrow. Here's the question: if the island was circled as the target, and there happened to be a ship wreck just off the beach, underwater (unseen, unknown), would the mind possible RV the more interesting sunken ship, or if the island was circled specifically as the target, would the mind stick to the job at hand? If the first were true, how could one ever know if what he/she was RV'ing were real, or imagined?

   
A: 1. Preparing the target in that manner restricts the search and constrains unconscious to the island, unless you are working it as a project. Then, the island will be perceived as the target; any novelty will arise as site aspects.

   2. TRV was created to solve for unknowns. Like any other skill, confidence (trust -- not faith) is acquired via training and practice against knowns, where session feedback is readily obtainable.

   Q: Do you or others ever get an adrenaline rush while you are TRV'ing a target (when you are successfully TRV'ing a target)?

   
A: If one does, then one had better well declare the proper AI (eg. "chills") and take the required break, until the AI dissipates, lest the session turn into doggie doo doo.

   Q: In the last week, three of my targets (totally different targets, done blind), had the same results, particularly the sketches. I didn't really notice until the third one, and then it hit me, and I went back through the first two sessions and sure enough, they were almost identical, except for about 20% of the S2 data. I followed structure, and noted all AOL's, and took the required breaks. It was eerie, and makes no sense at all. The three target cues were:

   1. xxxx's swimming pool/present location (xxxx being my sister)

   2. Kimberly/next new year's eve

   3. Kimberly/ Jesus Christ/ guidance

   What the hell happened? Are my cue's screwy? I would be interested in seeing one or more of those sessions. Maybe God is stepping in with a message.

   
A: In the old RV laboratory days (ca. 1980), prior to the advent of structured protocols, this Matrix 'flash message' phenomenon (when it occurred during work with gifted psychics) was termed an "intrusion."

   The first information re. the location of General Dozier happened as an intrusion, the viewer being tasked with something else, then stating to his facilitator, "Wouldn't you like to know about this guy in the trunk of a car?" (or words to that effect). I designed TRV protocols to effectively disallow intrusions. If you are interested in 'testing the waters' to see what's going on (out there) -- in essence, inviting contemporarily interesting 'Matrix news,' then simply employ this cue:

   [open search]

   But, be sure not to use the same cue for follow-up sessions! Instead, assign new TRNs to your resultant idea template. Another thing about this cue. It is BOTH time sensitive AND personality dependent.

   Q: Is it possible for other information to intrude on a session? I was RV'ing a subject and I started to get information about another subject entirely. It happened to be about a Tornado. I was getting info about a Tornado striking and killing 1 person. Three days later, I read that a Tornado actually killed someone. Was that a blown session, or can other stuff come in when you're trying to get information about something else? This happened to me two other times. Both times were about future events. Any help would be truly appreciated.

   
A: Yes, typically spin-off-PSI experiences will occur in the beginning phases of TRV training. Unconscious is like a puppy trying to please you, however, even though the various other PSI experiences are interesting, that is not what we are doing here. We are teaching our unconscious minds discipline; how to divvy up the data in a consistent and digestible manner - spoon feeding us the data so that we don't loose it.- (i.e. training the puppy to walk on a leash.) Yank that choker chain and stay in TRV structure. Concern yourself with the spin off anomalies later.

   Q: Does writing the 'sidereal time' before and at the completion of a TRV session increase accuracy?

   
A: Absolutely! For any TRV session, the impact of writing down sidereal time has a value equivalent to the White Rabbit's white cell count, (immediately prior to its disappearance down the rabbit hole), combined with the given day's Tel Aviv pork belly futures index, rounded to the nearest whole integer. That's a big factor! Your unconscious would be 'lost in space' without this critical information. I applaud and appreciate your perspicacity.

   Q: I just need some feedback from anybody on this subject of letting your conscious decide for you what type of information to put down. Whenever I go into protocol and starting identifying motion I get this overwhelming urge to use my imagination. I need to know if this is wrong. Should I try to be one step ahead of my conscious thoughts, I really want to write down what I feel about the target not what I perceive. especially on the feeling aspect of the target I get a feeling instead of perceiving. maybe that's been my problem all along. Could somebody shed some light on this subject since we're all learning this technique together?

   
A: There's no way that you can or should be able to distinguish the difference between imagination and perceptual data while you are TRVing.

   You should be moving too fast to analyze and/or debate this matter. Even the best TRVers know that if they are questioning whether they are "on signal or not" that they have lost the signal. "I feel like I'm off signal" is an AI and should be declared as such.

   We slowly learn the difference between perceptual data and imagination as we get better at staying in TRV structure. The target feedback will let you know if your data was imaginary or perceptual.

   "Motion" is a higher level percept and should be declared as AOL if you are still on Module 1.0 and think that you are perceiving "motion" while decoding your ideograms.

   Q: I need HELP! I have been doing the totw's starting from # 2 on, and have so far done 6, 4 of them came out the same ! I have not had this problem before with MOD 1. The scenario, for what it is worth, and I know someone here is going to love it, The scenario is two m/m structures running parallel, like houses in a wide street, many many life forms, presumably people with motion moving forward between the m/m structures, towards a mound or mountain with an entrance, there appears to be something or someone spiritual at this mountain welcoming the masses, with machines brining up the rear. I tried again and ended up with ....what I perceived to be...jesus standing before the crowds. I have written down AOL many times trying to rid myself of this, even sketched the whole thing as an AOL!. But I cannot seem to shake it! HELP ! What is happening ? Someone has suggested to me that it might be Angels guiding me!. Any assistance would be much appreciated, as I am getting withdrawal symptoms, not doing anything for 2 weeks.

   
A: Do not be alarmed. Your problem is an idiosyncratic one. I have seen it before. It seems that when some trainees move forward to further install TRV techniques, imagination goes 'hay-wire.' It doesn't know what to do with itself so it latches onto one story line and sticks with it during each and every session. It will stop (and change) when it adjusts to the new system that you have indoctrinated into your psyche.

   Imagination is a part of your thinking function and you are adding a new facet to your thinking process by stimulating your psi muscle. Your normal mind/thinking function must now shift and adjust to this new added facet. Do not stop TRVing - just keep declaring it as AOL and keep right on going. It will eventually change and readjust itself according to your intent/goal (which should be to master TRV structure).

   P.S. If "Angels are trying to get a message through to you" they have many other means to do so!

   Q: A friend brought up something that I had not given much thought about lately, ---- that she may be doing better on targets that I give her, because of a telepathic link between her and I. When she first started TRV and made her own Module 1.0 checklist-suggested-targets, in envelopes, she screwed up her first couple of sessions. Immediately after, I gave her some simple blind targets, and she nailed each one, and each one after that... and at the time we joked that maybe it's because I had given them to her. Or maybe it's just a coincidence I don't know.

   
A: Telepathic overlay is typical and effects every TRVer at some point, usually in the beginning of learning TRV structure. However, we are not training telepathy. Tuning in telepathically does NOT make the target data more accurate - it only overlays the target data with the taskers thoughts and/or feelings about the target. It actually dilutes the data. A trained TRVer learns to recognize this and deal with it accordingly.



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