We train you how to obtain information from the "sea" of global mind, aka The database of all the fundamental units of reality with the goal of the Remote Viewing/ Task Master's tactics to problem solve and find answers to questions to both esoteric or simple applicable targets depending on the scenario. Professionally and Personally Trained by Major Ed Dames.
Remote Viewing (RV) is like a systematic clairvoyance whereas the target is achieved through structural means, repeatable protocols and teachable to anyone, no prior experience necessary. As much as one can research Remote Viewing by the books, attending seminars, the idea how Remote Viewing works will not be understood unless you do it correctly. If practicing incorrectly for 10 years per se, then consider it almost a waste of time.
Anyone can throw a punch and build strength and teach themselves how to prepare for a martial arts tournament through books and movies. But they will not be successful compared to those who've had personal training.
Georgia Remote Viewing Institute is open for anyone interested to learn more about the nature of the Remote Viewing world. The world of RV is briefly described in the first paragraph above. We meet face to face to discuss further on the topic. Advanced viewers, including those who've been personally trained by teachers of CRV, the institute can tighten their skill further as well because what they teach is 20 years behind the learning curve.
Yes, Remote Viewing has and will relentlessly evolve since the 1990s to a tighter more accurate execution to attack the most difficult target sets that requires more disciplined than required during the "old school RV" teachings. When you attend meetups, with no cost, I'll show you how to do CRV because it's easy to learn and is good for introducing people to the Remote Viewing structure to practice at home if they want.
With all optimism, I hope to hear from you.
Georgia Remote Viewing Institute
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