Debra teaches a course in Remote Viewing through the International School of Clairvoyance.
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"Practical Remote Viewing" is a term coined and system developed by Debra Lynne Katz for the purpose of helping students to achieve instant results when it comes to accessing information about locations, objects, photographs, and human activity at a location. It combines clairvoyant techniques with several core concepts borrowed from the more rigorous and time-consuming methodology of Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV), as well as from Extended Remote
Viewing and Advanced Scientific Remote Viewing and includes many "shortcuts" Debra has discovered to getting results quickly. It is also based on the early research of Russel Targ and Harold Puttoff and Debra's own informal research as a teacher, her experiences of serving as a project manager for informal and scientific experiments and even while serving as a subject in experimental research projects with other parapsychologists.
Practical Remote Viewing is what Debra Lynne Katz, through International School of Clairvoyance (ISC) currently teaches in an all new intensive 12 week program. It is also introduced in both the Level I and Level II training program and in occasional workshops and webinars. If you'd prefer to learn the more rigorous methodology of CRV as taught in the military (which we do recommend for those who want to learn absolutely everything there is no know about controlled remote viewing), check out the resources below.
Psychic Speed reading is also a term and practice methodology developed by Debra Lynne Katz. It was developed for the purpose of achieving immediate site contact, with the goal of assisting students with tuning in quickly and honing their ability to access information that currently exists and that they will encounter in the future, which can be handy for ones own survival.
Clairvoyant reading is a methodology that involves reading people, who are either present and have requested the reading, or whom are inquired about by someone who is present and requesting the information. Clairvoyant readers will use all their psychic abilities, such as telepathy, clairaudience, clairsentience, mediumship and claircognizance, which tend to emerge while focusing on the visual. Readers usually will speak as the information comes in and share the information in real time. The information they access will be of both a symbolic nature and of a literal nature (as when they describe what someone looks like, or describing a physical ailment, or when describing what a person's current or future house or office may look like).
The techniques are more visually oriented, using symbols, colors, and pictures. (Debra sometimes calls the visual symbol used in clairvoyant training a "videogram" or a viewing receptacle). Aura reading/healing and energy healing is also focused here, as is one's personal and spiritual development. Meditation and self-protection techniques are emphasized, where as most remote viewing programs hardly touch on these at all.
While a person's name, gender and sometimes age is known, and whether a questions may or may not be asked by the subject up front, clairvoyant students are discouraged from asking for feedback during a reading and taught to read with their eyes closed to avoid visual cues and distractions from the readee.
This methodology is based on the early work of Lewis Bostwick. This is the subject of Debra's first book, You Are Psychic: The Art of Clairvoyant Reading and Healing. Please check out or Level I and Level II programs for more information.
Remote Viewing places an emphasis on one's subconscious (thought to be the vessel of one's intuition) and involves accessing information about objects, locations and activities at the locations. There are always people at locations, therefore knowing how to "interview" these people on a psychic level is very helpful. (something not necessarily focused in traditional RV training, but an aspect Debra emphasizes in Freestyle Remote Viewing). While as noted above, there are different remote viewing methodologies, these usually involve writing down all information. Remote Viewing methods utilize a written symbol called an ideogram. They also involve using all the senses and moving one's self around the location.
The term "target" refers to the subject matter being viewed, and usually, viewers are completely blind to a subject. Unlike in clairvoyant reading, where symbols must be utilized to address abstract concepts related to people's issues, symbols are either not necessary, are seen as problematic, or are relied upon only at later stages when conceptual information is sought.
Remote Viewing methods and teachers tend to avoid utilizing spiritual oriented terminology and even discussions. They don't even like to use the words "psychic", (which is highly confusing to new students who recognize that this is psychic work and don't understand that the avoidance of the word is based on a desire to distance oneself from the negative connotations). There is a much heavier emphasis on research, as the methodology was developed by researchers and for programs funded on the success of that research. It's a lot easier to do research when the subject matter is a photo or specific object or location as opposed to a human being.
While taking "breaks" during one's session is encouraged in traditional remote viewing, as is a preparation period prior to one's session (referred to a "cool down"), there isn't usually much instruction given, as to what to do during the breaks or the preparation period. Also there is little emphasis on mediation, preparing oneself for a session, separating from a session or protecting oneself. On the other hands, these things are all highly emphasized and an essential aspect of clairvoyant reading and training methodology.
"Controlled Remote Viewing" is a highly structured methodology for obtaining information through one's intuition and subconscious. It was developed within the U.S. government's formerly classified programs by psychic/artist Ingo Swann, with the assistance of two eminent scientists with the Standford Research Institute: Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ. This methodology was utilized to supplement intelligence information for the U.S. government.
This written methodology consists of several distinct stages or phases and requires the viewers to be "blind" to a target, and to organize ones information in a very particular way. The focus is usually on viewing locations, objects and activities for a particular purpose, whether for practice, investigations, finding lost objects or missing people or for psi research. Currently, CRV is used by corporations, archeologists, businessmen, physicians, and law enforcement, to name a few.
Debra has been practicing this methodology, teaches core concepts borrowed from it, and gives an introduction to it in her remote viewing program. However, if you would like to learn it in its purest form, without learning the other forms or approaches that are available, you may want to study from a teacher who is a stickler for the CRV structure. Here are those who are teaching it as it was developed in the military by Ingo Swann and others, that she recommends.
Associative Remote Viewing is a methodology utilized primarily for predicting the result of events where there are two or more possible outcomes. Common events would include sports betting; (for example, predicting which team will win, the over/under score); horse racing; stock market/financial futures, etc. It involves associating either a photo, video or sensory experience (i.e., a particular taste or smell) with a particular outcome. So the viewer isn't viewing the outcome itself, but rather that which is paired with the outcome. Associate remote viewing is utilized in situations where there usually isn't enough differences between options for a remote viewer/psychic to be able to give a description that will distinguish between the two option. So if one outcome (horse 1) is paired with a photo of a jet landing, and the other (horse 2) is paired with a photo of a baby playing in a sand box, the viewer will describe the one attached to the winning outcome in enough detail, so whoever is evaluating the session will have no doubt which photo is being described, and then can go on to make the appropriate wagering/betting decision.
This methodology usually requires a team approach and there is currently a lot of research and new developments happening in this field. Debra has been studying/working with and teaching ARV for a number of years. If you already know RV, but would like to apply it through the ARV process, or just learn more about it then check out the Applied Precognition Project. Debra is their former webmaster and has been an active member and speaker at their conferences for the past 5 years.