Introduction

CRVWelcome to the Coordinate Remote Viewing online course!  On this page, you will find all of your course materials and information.   Be sure to check back often as we will be continually adding and updating new content.  You may complete the course at your own pace.  Two practice targets will be posted per week and may be completed at your leisure.

You are invited to join our Facebook group for current and former students.  It is a forum in which to meet other viewers, share targets, share ideas, and grow and strengthen our Remote Viewing community.  Click on the following link and press “Join Group”.  You will be approved within 24 hours.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/remoteviewingstudents/

You may submit your completed practice sessions (up to two per week) to have your structure evaluated by a trainer.  You may email them to info@davidmorehouse.com or fax them to (760) 539-9977.

If you have questions regarding your training, first check the “Frequently Asked Questions” section of this page.  If you do not see an answer there, send the question via email to info@davidmorehouse.com.

Trainer Calls

If you are having difficulty with some of the material, trainers are available by phone on Thursdays between 5pm and 8pm Pacific time at 1-800-234-2199 or 760-975-4255.

Practice Targets

Your practice targets may be found here on the CRV Stages 4-6 course materials page.

Course Content

Attempt a practice target after learning each stage.  Including the cooldown, practice targets should range between 40 and 90 minutes, depending on how many stages you have learned.

Prior to beginning your cooldown, ensure that the date, start time, and coordinates are accessible to you for when you begin Stage 1.

Early Remote Viewing experiments as featured on “NOVA”:

David Morehouse and Uri Geller with Sir David Frost in “Beyond Belief”:

Frequently Asked Questions

If I retake the coordinates, do I need to redo the ideogram, stage 1, stage 2, etc.?

Any time you retake the coordinates, you must create a new ideogram and then decode the A, B, and C components. A, B, and C will be different for every ideogram and, so, must be decoded once again. The act of breaking and then retaking the coordinates will send you to a different point in the gestalt of the target and so will likely elicit a different ideogram. If, in a later stage, you chose to retake the coordinates, you must go through stages 1, 2, 3, etc. again in order to gradually work open the aperture from your new vantage point.

What exactly are the two inherent kinesthetic human activities in the definition of remote viewing?

The two activities are “detecting” and “decoding”. We are “detecting” as we are requesting and receiving data from our subconscious minds and we are “decoding” as we try to interpret that data onto a two-dimensional piece of paper.

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