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Friday, June 25, 2021
Time: 1:15pm – 2:45pm
Location: Discovery Room

Remote Viewing is the ability to perceive and describe non-local information using nothing more than one’s own mind and expanded sensory awareness. In this workshop we’ll look at a brief history of the US Government remote viewing project and learn some of the fundamental features of the CRV system created by natural psychic Ingo Swann in the 1970’s. This viewing system, and others like it, can help a person acquire very accurate information about a distant target using one’s innate subtle senses. With the abbreviated Uniview procedure created by Dr. Hein we’ll do some real viewing with hidden targets and then get visual feedback right away to see how we’re doing. You’ll learn how to describe basic sensory and dimensional information from distant people, places, and events. Bring a pen, some paper, and your imagination. No previous experience required.

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