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Type of site:Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) Training

Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) training, from its very inception, was designed to give access to and communication with your subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is a great reservoir of information but we seldom allow it to work. In making a connection between the conscious and subconscious minds, we can then allow the information from the subconscious to surface consciously so it can be accurately interpreted and applied to practical matters. It is this practical application which allows us the opportunity to provide information not only about our own lives but the lives of others.

Problems>Solutions>Innovations (P>S>I) provides a full range of training which will allow a person to understand and use the protocols for doing CRV. Additionally we offer training which will take the student past the study of CRV and on to the level of being able to apply this knowledge to find information which will help solve many real-world problems.

Controlled Remote Viewing is a very highly controlled set of physical/mental protocols which allow a person to bring something which lies hidden within the subconscious mind to the surface, and objectify it. The protocols not only take care of the processes of finding the hidden thoughts/emotions/etc., and bringing them to the surface, but also the process of keeping them "clean" of pollution from the imagination, and from emotions, desires, fears, and other contaminants which lie closer to the surface of a person's conscious awareness, and which would tend to "color" them incorrectly.

About Lyn Buchanan:

Problems Solutions Innovations was formed by Lyn Buchanan, former trainer and remote viewer for the U.S. government's remote viewing (also known as the "psychic spying") unit. The unit used a science called "Controlled Remote Viewing". It was developed through laboratory research over decades of time by researchers at Stanford Research Institute, Intl., and honed in practice by the U.S. government's "Stargate" project, collecting real-time intelligence for U.S. government intelligence-gathering agencies.

Lyn retired from military service in 1992 and continued training select people within the government who knew about the program and its capabilities. In December, 1995 the CIA "effectively" declassified the government's remote viewing program and people learned of Lyn's role in it.