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pjrv : Messages : 3065-3080 of 4038
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#3065

From: "smitty97006" Date: Thu May 15, 2003 8:28 pm Subject: Re: new crv classes smitty97006 Hello Fortune, I went to the site and noted the following statement: "The method we use in this workshop for gathering sensory information from a target side is called Coordinated Remote Viewing. The name Coordinated Remote Viewing originated from the time when geographical coordinates were used to code a target." I could be wrong about this, but I think the term used historically was coordinate remote viewing. I've never seen the word "coordinated" used in regards to it's title or description. Which if so brings up a question. Do you know where this person learned their skill or do they have any remote viewing work published anywhere. I hope this doesn't sound harsher than I mean it to be, I'm just curious as to who is teaching the class and where they learned what they are going to teach. Gene Smith --- In pjrv...oups.com, "fortune faychild" wrote: > > > A friend of mine is now doing these workshops in Northern california (may > else where if there's enough student interest) her prices are very > reasonable, 349.00 - 399.00 with advanced registdration to 499.oo. > > AND she will be teaching ERV also.share with anyone interested. > > > Remote Viewing Workshop > > During the three-day Remote Viewing Workshop you will get > minds-on experience and learn: > > How to access distant places and locations with your mind > and bring back comprehensive information > How to project your mind to any place in the universe > and consciously influence your life and the world around you > How to search the deepest level of your own being, > find your optimum path and draw conclusions for > your present and future life > And much more&Your life will never be the same again& > Beside Coordinated Remote Viewing Stages 1-6 you will learn more > about the role of the brain as central fulcrum in balancing > physical/spiritual energy. Remote Viewing connects you mentally > with all information on this planet and beyond, so that you can use > this information to correct problems. > Dates: June 27-29, 2003 > August 1-3, 2003 > Location: San Jose, California &in the foothills of Silicon Valley > Fee: US$ 499 Please see below for discounted rates > > For more information/registration call (408) 209 7905 or email to > info@H... > HyperVoyager  Organization for Remote Viewing and Quantum Healing > > The workshop begins at 9:00am on all three days and ends between 6:00 and > 7:00pm. > > Each day students will conduct at least two remote viewing sessions > depending > on class dynamics. The workshop emphasizes on the student's own practical > remote viewing experience and remote viewing applications in the students > day-to-day life. > > Workshop fee includes lunch and snacks during all three days and the > Remote Viewing Party on the first or second day. > Recommended list of nearby hotels will be provided upon request. > > > discount for advanced registration > For more information and registration call (408) 209 7905 or fax > this registration form to (408) 995 3335 or email to info@H... > Register early  Seating is extremely limited! > > HyperVoyager  Organization for Remote Viewing and Quantum Healing > www.HyperVoyager.com > > _________________________________________________________________ > Add photos to your messages with MSN 8. Get 2 months FREE*. > http://join.msn.com/?page=features/featuredemail Reply | Forward

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From: "smitty97006" Date: Fri May 16, 2003 11:54 pm Subject: Re: new crv classes smitty97006 Hi Fortune, I really didn't mean to offend. I don't consider asking where a teacher got their training from as being overly pointed and I most certainly was not making fun of someone who doesn't speak english well. The web site seemed well written in english with no indication the teacher didn't speak it well enough to understand what the name of the course she taught was called. I did NOT mention nor compare her to anyone, especially Ed Dames. Ed Dames wasn't mentioned anywhere so I don't follow how you found the comparison of the two offensive and knee jerking. As you say I don't know her, which was exactly the point of my question. Asking where a teacher learned what they teach and if they have any of their work posted seems fairly innocuous to me. Sincerely, Gene Smith --------------------------- Moderator's note: Which reminds me, that amazing as it may seem to the substantial camp of people un-fond of Ed, he has in fact trained people who were decent humans and turned out to be decent viewers. So, it's not as if it's any insult to be from one teacher vs. another. (Well maybe it is, but it doesn't seem so to me.) PJ pjrv : Messages : 3063-3097 of 4038
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#3063

From: Richard Krankoski Date: Thu May 15, 2003 8:58 pm Subject: Re: Re: new crv classes Rich_crv Wow, That's a lotta cramming.....6 stages of CRV and ERV in three days. I bet there's a take home exam. :) And an RV party too....... Never been to one of those. I hope its not like a spoon bending party. :) That optimum path concept sounds like Ed Dames stuff. Who is the instructor and where did she learn CRV and ERV? Does she have a documented track record? Rich ---------------------- Sounds like Morehouse to me. -- PJ Reply | Forward

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From: Weatherly-Hawaii...m Date: Sat May 17, 2003 2:00 am Subject: Re: Re: new crv classes maliolana On Fri, 16 May 2003 07:59:14 -0000 "brigit4merry" for him to look at me and tell my father recently died of prostrate cancer.( I am sorry to hear that your dad passed...That is always a major life changing bummer...for those left behind anyway... Love & Light & Laughter Mali'o...aka...Dawna Reply | Forward

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From: Richard Krankoski Date: Sat May 17, 2003 10:06 pm Subject: Re: Re: new crv classes Rich_crv > of the course she taught was called. I did NOT mention nor compare > her to anyone, especially Ed Dames. I mentioned Mr Dames regarding the optimum path concept. I didnt know that Moorehouse taught it too. > Moderator's note: Which reminds me, that amazing as it > may seem to the substantial camp of people un-fond of Ed, > he has in fact trained people who were decent humans and > turned out to be decent viewers. So, it's not as if it's > any insult to be from one teacher vs. another. (Well maybe > it is, but it doesn't seem so to me.) PJ True, and same for two of his most famous students, Courtney and Joni. :) Rich Reply | Forward

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From: Bill Pendragon Date: Wed May 21, 2003 1:20 pm Subject: Re: Re: new crv classes docsavagebill Re differences in teaching. I see a lot of discussion, but is there really anything significanlty different in anybodies teaching method that produces better viewers? It seems to me it's just that some viewers are better no matter how they learn it. But if someone has some "method" that they think REALLY TRULY works better.. SPEAK UP. I'm all ears. Best Regards, Bill

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