PROBLEMS SOLUTIONS INNOVATIONS

37 Camino Ranchitos, Alamogordo, NM 88310

(505) 437-8285 email: psi@crviewer.com

 

     The enclosed transcript is taken from Problems Solutions Innovationsí CRV training manual. When creating the manual, I wanted to base the training on a real session. I went through old sessions to find the one which was most "textbook". That is, the one which not only followed the Ingo Swann structure most closely, but also had all the normal mistakes in all the most common places.

     Since Ingo Swann has made a blanket request that absolutely no one use his terminology, Ingo Swann terminology and abbreviations have been changed to those in use by Problems Solutions Innovations (PSI). The original session was handwritten, and this session has been transcribed, with the sketches and drawings taken from the original session. These are the only differences between the session used in PSIís CRV training manual and the original session.

     This is an imperfect, but real CRV session. It was performed on the 12th of December, 1988, with no monitor. Therefore, there was no monitor "leading", and no access to the feedback picture for several days. The feedback picture was in an envelope which had been chosen at random from among a stack of such envelopes, so the person doing the tasking was also blind to the target.

     Throughout PSIís training course, the student learns both the proper methods and the most common mistakes which beset the controlled remote viewer. For example, in this session, a mistake was made by the person who originally wrote the frontloading onto the envelope. The frontloading said "The target is a manmadeÖ." It should not have included the word "a", since that provided me with information that the target was a singular item. It should have said simply, "The target is manmade.". Throughout the session, other mistakes were made in form, format, structure, and protocols. Those are also covered in the CRV course conducted by PSI, in order to educate the student on proper CRV methodology.

     As should be expected, the transcript is only what got written down on paper, and is therefore the "tip of the iceberg" of all the viewing which actually went on during the session. It should not be used as a primer or sole learning aid, and you should understand that you cannot properly learn Controlled Remote Viewing by reading through, or even by studying this session.

     This session is the copyrighted property of Problems Solutions Innovations, but is hereby placed on a restricted basis into the public domain in its present form only for the purpose of allowing the public to see what a real CRV session "looks like". Copying this session or parts of this session into for-profit manuals, books, or any other for-profit form of literature or communications is strictly forbidden, and will violate copyright laws. Permission to use this session either in part or in whole must be obtained from Problems Solutions Innovations, on a case-by-case basis in order to avoid violation of copyright laws.

 

 

 

 

THE EXAMPLES IN THIS MANUAL

The session excerpts shown in the examples throughout this manual come from an actual session performed on December 12, 1988 by Lyn Buchanan. This session was selected from hundreds of others because it was most indicative of the proper structure, but also contains the most commonly made errors, problems, and pitfalls. The target frontloading given at the beginning of the session was:

          "The target is a manmade. Describe the target."

This was followed by the following "coordinates":

881212

                          000001

No other information was given. The object of the session was to describe the manmade, which was featured in a picture placed in a sealed envelope. That picture is as shown here.

 

Although the session did not go into all the many facets of CRV work, especially the more complex parts of Phase 6, it does contain examples of most of the tools you will be using as you learn Controlled Remote Viewing.

APPENDIX 1:

A FULL TRANSCRIPT OF THE EXAMPLE SESSION

The following pages contain the full session transcript for the example session used throughout this manual.

                                        Lyn Buchanan

                                             12/12/88

                                             10:30 AM

                                             Home

                                             Alone

                                             POCA: Some kind of bldg.

                                             POCD: Expect phone call

                                                  street noise

                                                  hungry

                                             SA:

                                                  Bldg

                                                  phone

                                                  noise

                                                  hunger

The target is a manmade. Describe the manmade.

881212          

000001          

                                                                           A:     down

                                             loop

                                             curve up

                                             angle

                                             across

                                             straight

                                             flat

                                             hard

                                             solid

                                        B:     manmade

                                        A:     Across

                                             Rising

                                             Hard

                                        B:     Land

P2: (manmade)

warm

light

bright

greenish

                                        PD BREAK: 10:45: bathroom call

                                        RESUME: 11:00

P2: (manmade)

green

bright

loud

noisy

                                        ED: Noise level is uncomfortable     

City smell

round

tall

pointed

curving up

                                        AI break: Surprise

                                        Man! This thing is really tall!

 

P4: (pointed).

P2      D      AI      SI      T      C      SC      CS

      (pointed)

black

cold

      narrow

      tall

      curving inward

               Man! This is TALL!!

                     touristy feeling

                     gawking

                     confused

                               object

manmade

                                        tourism

                                        historical

                                              SC: Space needle

                               barn

red

dirty

      tall

P2      D      AI      SI      T      C      SC      CS

      leaning

      flat.............................................................................(jumped from barn. Donít know where)

      large. (jumped to the barn door)

               AI BREAK: surprise

               Man! This is really large!

(Move back to the "pointed" area. The pointed area should be visible.)

black

      curved upward

      thin

(Now, move to a spot 500 feet above the pointed area. The pointed area should be visible.)

      square

      pointed in middle

           I like this place!

                     sense of awe

                     "on vacation" feel

                               monument

                                        (purpose)

                                        historical

                                        political

                                        (Political)

old-timey

European

French

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                             SC: Tree branches

(pointed)          

                                        a. across

                                              angle

                                              down

                                              hard

                                             b. manmade

NOTE: I've had this song, "How delightful. She's an eye full..." going through my mind since I started this session.

               Frustration: can't get rid of the d___ song!

                                             ED: Frustration

INTERIM SUMMARY: The "pointed area" at the site is a manmade which is tall, black and thin. It is curved inwards going up. It is a monument of some kind with a European or French feel to it. It is old-timey. Its purpose is political, historic, and "touristy" in nature. From above, it appears square with the point in the middle.

P5:

monument

Attributes

Emanations?*

big

impressive

very noticeable

seen from a distance

prominently located

(P5) continued          monument

               Objects

               Emanations?

                statues

                towers

                buildings

                tombstones

                towers*

                              monument

                              Subjects

                              Emanations?

                               education

                               tourism

                               reflection (thought)

                               thought

                               remembrance

                                             monument

                                             Topics

                                             Emanations?

                                              politics

                                              status quo

                                              respect

                                              construction

                                              controversy

                                              economics

P5:

     tree branches

     Prior Emanations?

      big

      black against a white background (fleeting impression which wasn't declared)

     tangled lines (not declared)

crisscross pattern (not declared)

     tall

     pointed at top

     impression you can see the sky through it (not declared)

     tapering toward the top (not declared)

     

          sketch:

 

 

 

 

 

                              SC: Feeling like it fits inside the pointed part

                              SC sketch:     

INTERIM SUMMARY: The "pointed area" at the site is a big manmade monument with a European or French feel to it. It has a square bottom and tapers upward to a point in the middle at the top, with the sides curving inward as it goes up. It is made of some sort of open construction and when looked at from the side, is composed of lines crisscrossing it. It is open and you can see the sky through it, between the crisscrossing lines. It appears tall, black against the sky, and thin. It is old-timey. Its purpose is political, historic, and "touristy" in nature. People at the site feel a sense of awe, but also a sense of being on vacation. My impression of the place is that I like it.

Phase 4:

P2      D      AI      SI      T      C SC     CS

      Centrally located

Phase 6: See page 8A for MAP

P2      D      AI      SI      T      C     SC     CS

(1)      (Centrally located)

(2) beige

stone-like

      massive

      large

               Whoa! This is really big!

                               building

                                        governmental

(3)

cool

flowing

liquid

dirty

      bounded

               Ugh! This smells bad!

                               water

                                                       river

                                                  Page 8A

Phase 6: See page 8 for MATRIX

                          x (3)     

                              .               x (2)

                              .           .     

                              .          .     

                              .     .     

                              x (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phase 4:

(Move back to the original target and describe.)

P2      D      AI      SI      T      C      SC     CS

old

Phase 6:

See page 8B for TIME LINE:

P2      D      AI      SI      T      C      SC     CS

      (old)

 

                                                  Page 8B

Phase 6: See page 8 for MATRIX:

      ____________________________x(2)________________x (1)_________

      |           |           |           |           |

     1600AD          1700AD          1800AD          1900AD          Today

P2      D      AI      SI      T      C      SC     CS

(1) loud sounds

explosive sounds

siren sounds

smoke smells

           I don't like this place right now!

                     panic

                     terror

                               time of war

(2) clanging sounds

cold

windy feel

      tall

      pointed

           Surprised. "What a feat!"

                     vertigo

                     amusement

                     "What a waste of money"

                               tower

                                        senseless

                                        political

                                        construction

                                                  Tower of Babel

                                                  Eiffel Tower

                                                  Tokyo Tower

                                                  Antenna

                                                  Power pole

FINAL SUMMARY:

The target is a location with a manmade and land. The manmade is pointed on top. It is a big manmade monument with a European or French feel to it. It is red and blue in color. It has a square bottom and tapers upward to a point in the middle at the top, with the sides curving inward as it goes up. It is made of some sort of open construction and when looked at from the side, is composed of lines crisscrossing it. It is open and you can see the sky through it, between the crisscrossing lines. It appears tall, black against the sky, and thin.

It is old-timey. Its purpose is political, historic, and "touristy" in nature. People at the site feel a sense of awe, but also a sense of being on vacation. My impression of the place is that I like it.

It is centrally located in an area which has massive buildings some distance to the northeast. These buildings are made of beige, stone-like material and have a governmental feel.

A short distance directly to the north is located some cool, flowing, dirty and very bad smelling water. The water is bounded in some way, like a river with definite or manmade sides.

Moving back through time, I found a period in the mid 1900ís when there were loud, explosive sounds, sirens, the smell of smoke and lots of panic and terror on the part s of the people there. It felt like it was a time of war.

Moving back further through time, I found a period in the late 1700ís when there were clanging sounds, a cold, windy feeling, all connected to the tall, pointed manmade. It seemed new at that time, as though under construction. I got the impressions of people standing around looking at it, some with feelings of vertigo, some looking at it with amusement, and some shaking their heads and saying, "What a waste of money!" Many felt that it was a senseless endeavor, but there were some very valid political and construction (economic) reasons for it.

It is a tower and a landmark.