Live Intensive On-site Technical Remote Viewing Training
PSI TECH now offers on-site training courses at our Hawaii training location for students who have completed either TRV 101 or the Generation II Basic Course and desire live personalized training.
These intensive advanced level training course slots are filled on a first come first serve basis and are extremely limited. If you are interested in this course, write to email@example.com and provide your name, contact information, and a summary of your TRV training experience. Serious inquiries only please.
The TRV 400 course is one week in duration and offered only twice per year. The first training opportunity is in August of 2003 and the second is in January of 2004. All training is conducted at PSI TECH's Matrix Research Center in Maui, Hawaii. This course is very intensive, so expect to work hard for eight hours each day.
TRV 400: Advanced Technical Remote Viewing Skills
Prerequisites: TRV 101 or Generation II Basic Course
Duration: 1 Week
Instructors: Joni Dourif and Dane Spotts
Location: Maui, Hawaii
TRV 400: Advanced TRV Skills will provide a TRV 101 graduate or Generation II Basic Course student with continuing instruction in Technical Remote Viewing. This course will train a student in Stage 5 and Stage 6 Advanced Data Transfer protocols, advanced movement exercises, and refined Stage 3 and Stage 4 work. The instruction taught in TRV 400 is built upon the foundation of your basic TRV training. TRV 101 or Generation II Basic is a prerequisite for TRV 400.
The methods taught during this course are normally taught during the TRV 201 course in a six week period at the TRV University online campus. At TRV University, a student can learn at his or her own pace, interact with instructors and other students, receive live tutoring, TRV session critiques, and weekly target training. This is the preferred method for learning TRV. However, we realize that some students prefer not to learn online and desire only live on-site training. For these students we offer our TRV 400 course. Because this training is so intense and takes place over a shorter period of time, we will interview, evaluate and test applicants prior to acceptance, to ensure that they will be able to keep up with the demands of the course.
The following requirements must be met before a student can begin advanced TRV training:
1) Completion of TRV 101: Basic Skills or Generation II Basic Course
TRV trainees must be proficient with basic TRV structure and protocols before they can attempt to learn advanced TRV techniques. For example, learning to swim at a highly competitive level requires mastery of basic swimming techniques first; arms and legs must act in concert with breathing to move efficiently through the water. TRV works the same way. Trainees must be proficient and comfortable with the basics of TRV structure before moving on to the advanced skills!
2) The ability to consistently identify Level 2 targets using Stage 1 through Stage 4 protocols. Trainees should not have to "think" about the order of categories in Stage 2, or how to create a Stage 4 table. The basic TRV structure and protocols should be installed into the autonomic system so that the TRV'er can perform TRV sessions in a robotic manner without resorting to memory for the order of the TRV Stages 1-4. As in the previous example, when the trainee begins to learn skills at an advanced level, it is expected that the trainee is proficient in the basic skills and has developed a sturdy foundation upon which the advanced skills can be built.
These advanced TRV techniques, or advanced tools, will enable you to identify and collect specific types of data in a more refined and detailed manner with closer target contact. For example, if you want to know "when" an event occurred, you would use the "Timeline" tool; or say you want to know "where" to locate a specific object or place, you would use the "Geographic Vector." These professional level tools allow you to use your TRV skills to find missing persons and locations, retrieve past memories, or solve complex problems.
Virtually any type of data you are searching for can be known using the tools you'll learn in this advanced level course.
TRV 400 Course Syllabus:
Day 1: Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer Part 1
Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer is the foundation of every advanced TRV session. Instruction begins with a review of Stage 1 through Stage 4 protocols, plus a review on movements. You will learn how to execute and apply Stage 6 protocols, including: Visual Representations (refined sketches) and Recuing (Repositioning perspective.) Finally, you will be guided through a complete Monitored TRV Session which incorporates the tools and techniques taught.
Day 2: Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer Part 2
Day 2 continues with Stage 6 & Advanced Data Transfer, including the execution of Mind Probes, Timelines and Relational diagrams. During this week you will work Monitored Sessions #2, #3 and #4.
Day 3: Advanced TRV Tools
Advanced TRV Tools continues with Stage 6 techniques. You will learn how to use the Idea Template for piecing together key target aspects, trajectories to foresee target paths, and various methods of complex problem solving. Day 3 also presents Stage 5 anomalous data interrogation and S4 & 1/2 and S6 & 1/2 data packages. You will work Monitored Sessions #5 and #6.
Day 4: Mid Course Break
On day 4, you will have a day off to rest, relax, and enjoy the beautiful sites in paradise.
Day 5: Advanced TRV Movements
Advanced TRV Movements, covered on day 5, demonstrates utilization of TRV movements to facilitate greater perspectival flexibility for swift data acquisition and effective data refinement. The movement applications presented here include Mind Probes, Medical Diagnosis, Illness Cures and Treatments, Geographic Locators, Target Geometries, and Time Locators. Your instructor will guide you through the application of these advanced tools in Monitored Sessions #7, #8, and #9.
Day 6: TRV Tips & Rules
Advanced TRV Tips & Rules presents important tools and pointers for maximizing the execution and effectiveness of advanced TRV sessions. During day 6, you will work an advanced monitored session which will guide you through a complete TRV advanced level session using many of the applications learned in days 1-5 of TRV 400.
Day 7: Course Review & Graduation
During day 7, you will review the techniques you have learned during TRV 400, take your final exam and work a solo target.
Course tuition: $12,500.00. We require a $1,500.00 non-refundable deposit upon acceptance.