Applying Associative Remote Viewing

ready to learn associative remote viewing? I’ve spent the past 10 years researching and writing about rv, and in this course i’ll be sharing one of its most powerful problem-solving techniques.

Applying Associative Remote Viewing
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In Part 1, I cover a brief history of remote viewing, and how the original scientists involved in developing the skill, adjusted the process to successfully make money in the market. I then break down the differences between standard and associative remote viewing, before jumping right into the first foundational step of the process, creating effective blind pools and target pairs.


In Part 2, I jump into the various ways remote viewing tasks can be applied with an associative problem-set. I go step-by-step through the four primary areas of use, and how the tasking changes depending on the project type. From here, we jump right into the remote viewing skill itself, and I break down the precise information you’ll need to begin your first ARV session.


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In Part 3, we’re ready to begin analyzing our session data and make predictions using statistical analysis and a series of self-judging techniques. I also cover the most common pitfalls that remote viewers face when applying this skill against real-world targets, and how they can be overcome. I also discuss a method to bring both the unconscious and conscious minds into coherence for each ARV task.

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ARV Class updates & what’s New

JAN. 6TH, 2019 - part 2 IS LIVE!

Happy new-years! Part 2 of the class is now available to watch. The assignments are posted as well, just make sure not to click on the orange buttons under each section until after you run the session using the reference numbers.

Part 2 is the largest section of the class, as it focuses on both the project setup aspect for a variety of precognitive and current-correct ARV topic types, and includes a step-by-step walk-through of the short-hand remote viewing methodology that I personally employ.

If you have any questions as you progress through the second part of the class, definitely sign up to the closed Facebook group on the right. I check the group regularly and am always happy to answer questions should they arise.

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PART 1: ARV Foundations

P1v1: what is remote viewing?

Length: 03:27
Description: In this video, Brett covers standard remote viewing protocol, the agreed upon steps that differentiate it from other psychical techniques, and defines some terms to start off the course.


P1v2: a brief history of remote viewing

Length: 07:39
Description: There are hundreds of declassified success stories when it comes to remote viewing. In this video, Brett covers one of the first recorded cases and a brief history of the remote viewing research program.


P1v3: historical applications of arv

Length: 06:02
Description: Brett discusses how remote viewing was used by the original physicists to make money in the stock market, and a brief history of its use up to present day in both the private sector and within various universities.


P1v4: the remote viewing format

Length: 03:45
Description: In this video, Brett reviews the standard remote viewing format in detail. This is important to establish first, since it will allows us to compare it with the ARV format in the next video.

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RV Steps Presentation Slides


P1v5: the associative rv format

Length: 08:52
Description: There are two primary methods of ARV, and Brett outlines the differences between each, along with how they are commonly applied in the associative tasking format.

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ARV Steps Presentation Slides
Cueing Types Presentation Slides


P1v6: target pairs & the blind pool

Length: 05:15
Description: In the next few videos, Brett begins discussing the first foundational ingredient required to start an ARV task: Target Pairs and Blind Pools.

P1v7: selecting optimal arv photos

Length: 07:43
Description: Choosing photos for your ARV target pairs is an incredibly important aspect of the setup process. Brett discusses how site ‘numinosity’ plays a significant role, and how it can be integrated into the process.

P1v8: utilizing photo profiles part 1

Length: 06:12
Description: The first video of a two part video that covers how to fill out the target pair profile sheet. Profiles encapsulate information about each photograph in a target pair, which has beneficial uses in each of the ARV steps.

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Common Archetypes Presentation Slide


P1v9: utilizing photo profiles part 2

Length: 05:36
Description: The second video of a two part video that covers how to fill out the target pair profile sheet. Profiles encapsulate information about each photograph in a target pair, which has beneficial uses in each of the ARV steps.

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Concept-Chains Presentation Slide


P1v10: why photo profiles are important

Length: 04:23
Description: In this video, Brett discusses why photo profiles are important in creating optimal target pairs, the remote viewing process itself, and how they can be used to increase solo-judging proficiency.

P1v11: assignment: target pairs & profiles

Length: 50:13
Description: Brett goes in-depth to cover exactly how each target pair should be created, the thought processes that occur when creating profiles, and a few tips and tricks to get you started on creating the blind pool you’ll be using for the rest of the course.

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Target Pair Profile Sheet
Word Descriptor List


PART 2: CUEING & The RV method

P2v1: Introduction to arv cueing

Length: 04:02
Description: In this video, Brett introduces the concept of cueing for precognitive ARV and how to address the first major hurdle viewers face in the process, which is outcome uncertainty.

P2v2: p-ARV financial market cueing

Length: 08:01
Description: Using the precognitive ARV cueing strategy, Brett outlines how to select market related targets and set up photo associations with reference numbers that can then be handed off to a remote viewer.

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p-ARV Cue Outline Slide


P2v3: p-arv sports betting cueing

Length: 03:30
Description: Aside from market-related projects, accurately determining the winner of an upcoming sports game is a popular target for precognitive associative remote viewing.

P2v4: cc-arv Technical hurdles

Length: 10:45
Description: In the next few videos, Brett dives into the current-correct ARV method. This video address three of the most common challenges that viewers face when attempting to use this target formalization process and how to overcome them.

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cc-ARV Cue Outline Slide


P2v5: cc-ARV Financial market cueing

Length: 5:48
Description: The cc-ARV method takes a more direct approach than p-ARV, and in this video you’ll learn how to setup the formalization cue, assign current-correct associations, and generate a reference number for remote viewers.

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cc-ARV Standard Financial Cue Slide


P2v6: cc-ARV Advanced market cueing

Length: 7:00
Description: There are a number of challenges when it comes to applying RV forecasts in the market. In this video, Brett discusses a few advanced methods to expand upon the cc-ARV cue to incorporate market indicators.

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cc-ARV Advanced Futures Cue Slide
cc-ARV Advanced FOREX Cue Slide

P2v7: cc-ARV sports betting cueing

Length: 2:48
Description: Similar to how p-ARV can be used for sports betting projects, the cc-ARV method also can be arranged to forecast the winner of upcoming sporting events.

P2v8: cc-ARV GEOLOCATION cueing

Length: 12:12
Description: For the first time, Brett is sharing ground-breaking strategies to employ cc-ARV in a manner similar to map-dowsing. You’ll learn how to setup a project to narrow down an object’s location with latitude and longitude coordinates.

P2v9: cc-ARV personal questions cueing

Length: 6:27
Description: In this video, Brett discusses how cc-ARV can be utilized to glean information regarding personal questions that often arise during your every-day life.

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cc-ARV Safety Net Qualifier Slide

P2v10: assignment 01 - ideogram decoding

Length: 30:38
Description: In the next three videos, Brett dives into the short-form method that he personally employs for all of my ARV projects. This first video explores the first step in the process, which is connecting with the information pattern through ideogram decoding.

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Remote Viewing Template I/A/B
Decoding Word Descriptor List

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Assignment: Print out and use the Remote Viewing Template I/A/B to practice decoding ideograms. I recommend only running two reference numbers per day. Use the numbers below to start each practice session. Once complete, you can click on the number below and it will open up a new window and show you the associated photograph for feedback. Each photograph only has 2 archetypal gestalts, either land, water or structure. Your goal is to accurately decode the ideogram two times and correctly acquire the two gestalts in the photo.

P2v11: assignment 02 - describing & drawing

Length: 18:32
Description: Moving forward to the second aspect of the short-form method, Brett discusses how to access low-level descriptive information in your remote viewing session and draw basic diagrammatic renditions of the site.

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Associative Remote Viewing Template


Assignment: In this assignment you’ll use the Associative Remote Viewing template to complete S1, S2 and S3. I recommend running only one practice session per day. You can click on the button below after you finish your session to view feedback. Look over your ideogram feeling, gestalt, sensory descriptors and visual drawings to compare them to the photograph and evaluate how well you did after each session.

P2v12: assignment 03 - concept chains

Length: 18:45
Description: In this final video, Brett illustrates how to complete a full short-form RV session and access high-level information about the site. He also shows a few personal examples of his work against real-world targets.

Assignment: In this assignment you’ll add concept chains to your practice session work. Again, I only recommend performing one session per day. Make sure to evaluate the photo feedback afterwards and compare your ideogram feeling, gestalt, sensory descriptors, visual drawings and concept chains to the verifiable information in the image. After you complete these sessions, I recommend that you continue to practice against photos until you begin to reliably produce accurate RV information.


Applying Associative Remote Viewing
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Welcome to Brett’s latest class, where he explores the intricacies of Associative Remote Viewing, and how it can be used to solve real-world problem sets such as forecasting future stock prices, determining the outcome of a sporting event, and even using it in a manner similar to dowsing. You’ll learn the following:

  • An in-depth review of ARV research and its history.

  • Applying ARV to many different problem sets:

    • Cryptocurrencies and the Stock Market.

    • Predicting sports match outcomes.

    • Applying the skill in a way similar to dowsing.

    • Answering yes/no questions quickly.

  • Learn how to setup your own ARV projects by:

    • Developing your Associative Target Pair blind pool.

    • Apply a shortened RV method to determine outcomes.

    • Learn to simply decode the ideogram.

    • Employ a precise evaluation and judging system.

  • Recruit your sub-conscious mind to work with you.

    • Solving for session displacement.

    • Troubleshooting ARVs most common issues.

    • Additional exercises to increase accuracy.

    • And much more!

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