The Western Institute of Remote Viewing

Two Day / Weekend

Remote Viewing Beginning-Intermediate Intensive Workshop

No prerequisites required except for the Advanced RV Workshops

(A pre-workshop Friday night introductory lecture is given and is optional)
(The Friday night lecture is only occasionally give at the Kenmore location, so call first)

A 2-day intensive workshop  will cover basic and  intermediate principles, techniques and applications of remote viewing. The emphasis will be on getting a solid foundation of remote viewing techniques so that the student can remote view on his/her own with minimal problems and with very good "target contact" and accuracy. A learn-by-doing approach will be used.

The Class usually meets each day 10am - 5 pm with a one hour lunch break.  An optional  introductory lecture is usually given from 7-9 pm on the evening before the workshop begins.

Students can attend all, or in certain circumstances, just part of the training. If a student missed one days he or she could still catch up with some extra attention from the instructor by coming one hour early or arranging alternative times for catch up and practice.

A $100 advanced deposit is requested from participants with the balance due at the beginning of the workshop.

Two Day Remote Viewing Workshop



Basic principles and techniques covered: the basic principles and theories of remote viewing, models of remote viewing, expectations, data types, target contact, bi-location, discriminating the real data, practice drills, ideograms, sketching and modeling with clay, the matrix, types of probing, "analytic overlays", high level and low level data, "movement exercises", remote viewing stages one through five, session summaries, pitfalls in remote viewing, mind probes, mental preparation and post session regrounding, limitations of remote viewing, psychological defenses in remote viewing, group remote viewing, mini-session, soft style remote viewing, "field contamination", self-care during the session, having fun, the use of curiosity, testing "mini-hypotheses" through probing, etc.

Intermediate Target preparation (Tasking), session monitoring, stage five, developing oneís own style of remote viewing, two way communication with the target, timelines, types of deep mind probes, symbolic sketches, "sliding", medical remote viewing, psychological remote viewing, therapeutic remote viewing, integrating remote viewing with other related techniques, increasing depth of contact, "working the target", increasing oneís ideogramatic vocabulary, subspace sketches, "binaries" or dichotomous "either or" targets etc.

Remote viewing applications touched on: (see included comprehensive list of remote viewing applications.) this can also include applications suggested by the participants) General coordinate remote viewing to explore places, concepts, beings. Specific remote viewing of numbers, missing persons, diagnostic considerations, location of objects, alternative time-lines, future events, historic events, unsolved cases, earth changes, etc.


(will vary depending on the needs and interests of the participants)

DAY 1:

Discussion of the goals and needs of the group

Introductory lecture


Models of RV

Basics of RV

Decoding ideograms

ideogramatic dialogues

Storylines etc.

Examples of remote viewing sessions

Good sessions

Poor sessions

Skills practice


"pinhole" exercise

the "remote viewing game"

high and low level data

Lunch: 1 hr

"Mini" remote viewing session

Full beginning RV session


Question and answer period


DAY 2:


Basic structure of a session

Sample sessions

Deep target contact

Effect on viewers

Session preparation

Skills practice

Matrix discrimination exercise

Complex ideograms

Lunch:  1 Hr

Full session

The use of clay modeling





We are open to discussing any aspect of the workshop so as to best meet your needs. We at the Institute would also appreciate more information as to possible remote viewing subjects you and your colleagues would like to explore. Donít hesitate to call if you have further concerns or questions. 866-759-9010

Wayne Carr, Ph.D.

and the Staff of Western Institute of Remote Viewing.