Remote Viewing "God"
By Jonathan Churcher
December 13, 2002
In my short time as a TRV® student, (seven months)
I have noticed two distinct
types of sessions. The first kind is mainly factual - full of information
and data that is pertinent to the cue, but devoid of any particular kind of
feeling or emotion for the TRVer. It was this kind of session I wrote about
in the September 12 edition of The Signal Line (see Mystery of the Lost Kitty.)
The article explained how the data from two TRV sessions allowed a woman
to locate a cat that had been missing for three months. The predominant
feelings during those sessions were percepts like "unsure" and "confused"
and although the data was absolutely right on target, there were no
accompanying emotions that gave any indication of the successful outcome of the search for the cat.
The Mystery Of The Lost Kitty
The second type of session is one in which the robotic downloading of data (as important as it is)
is dwarfed by the experience of TRVing the target. I completed this kind of session in late November
and, in reviewing the information of that session, I can see that my vocabulary was totally inadequate
to define or describe the target. For instance, there are enigmatic phrases like "the shape of
intelligence," "an answer to a dream," and "a new definition of intelligence and language."
Turning to metaphors, the following appeared in the data stream: "like a natural mystery,"
"like a new way to think," "like reverence," "like a source for the soul" and "like something too big."
Drawing from my feeble knowledge base of things scientific, I wrote
"negative ions" and "zero gravity" in an attempt to at least approximate what
was flowing back from wherever I had bi-located to. Descriptors like "inspired,"
"impressed," "in awe," "made in heaven," "enthused" and "filled with God" showed up over and over again.
So what was happening? What did this effusive outpouring of concepts mean?
Being totally blind to the target cue, I had no idea if the information was
on or off target. However, simultaneous with the above mentioned data download
came all-consuming sensations of spiraling euphoria, accompanied by a parade
of vivid images of family, friends and acquaintances about whom I felt a great
deal of warmth and affection. At the end of the session it was all I could do
to refrain from running around the house, hugging everyone in sight and proclaiming
wildly that life is, in fact, an indescribably beautiful gift.
A few minutes later, in the presence of a fellow TRVer who had been working
the same cue, the target was revealed. Now realize that this target was given
to me completely in the blind. I had no idea what it was. When the envelope
was opened, this was the target cue:
What was so amazing wasn't so much that I was on target,
but how the target made me feel from doing it. Now it all
made sense, including the sketches that came with the rest
of the data. Four of the seven sketches depicted concentric
circles, and the first of such drawings is included here.
It summarizes the experience of this session - a bolt of
lightening illuminating a simple, powerful truth. This is the
kind of knowledge that profoundly affects us for the rest of
our lives. Technical Remote Viewing® not only corroborates the presence of an
afterlife, but provides answers for some of life's biggest
questions. For me, this is just a beginning. I can see the
universe opening up before me and revealing the truth of
the most amazing mysteries.
TRV Contest: Due Date Extended
By PSI TECH Staff
December 13, 2002
We are extending the due date for the new TRV Contest
to January 31, 2003. Don't miss this opportunity to win over $2500 in free training tuition and
demonstrate your skill level to your teachers, peers, and the entire world.
The prize this year is a full TRV University scholarship. To enter
the contest, simply work a single Technical Remote Viewing session using
the following TRNs: 9253/6874 (minimum S1 - S4 plus at least two movement
exercises, summary and analysis) and submit the session to us. The sessions
will be judged on accuracy and adherence to TRV structure and the winner
will have all tuition costs waived for TRV 101: Basic Skills and
TRV 201: Advanced Skills as a reward for his or her successful
For the official contest rules, click here.
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