Sunday, June 12, 2016

CRV Remote Viewing Training - 21/22/23 June 2016 - Dublin, Ireland

3-Day CRV Controlled Remote Viewing (Basic)
Training Dates: June 21/22/23  
Location: Avila Carmelite Centre, Dublin, Ireland
Training Fee: €950.00

CRV TRAINING
Controlled Remote Viewing is a unique skill that has been described as a martial art for the mind and body. Your training takes place over 3 full days of intensive learning and application of Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) history, theory and practice. This training will form the foundation for your further and continued practice, necessary to develop your skills and experience as a CRV Remote Viewer.

CLASS SIZES
Class sizes are restricted to a maximum of 6 new students, to ensure that all students receive 1-to-1 supervised training and attention.

YOUR TRAINER

Paul O’Connor is a professional CRV-Remote Viewer and CRV Trainer. He is one of only 5 CRV Trainers worldwide who are recognised by his trainer, Lyn Buchanan, a former member and trainer of the now declassified 23-year top secret US Intelligence remote viewing program, commonly known as Project STAR GATE. Paul is an international speaker and has presented on remote viewing issues at conferences in Ireland, UK, Europe and USA.

TRAINER CONTACT DETAILS
Paul O’Connor
Tel: +353 (0)87 8149663
Email: oconnor@iol.ie.
Website: http://purestreaminformation.blogspot.ie/

COURSE FEES & PAYMENT
Course Fee:     €950.00
Course Fees include the cost of tuition and production of personalised training materials. Tea and coffee is provided for breaks during each day. Please note that fees do not include meals or accommodation.

Repeat Students: Repeat Students who took a CRV Training class within the previous 12 months may retake classes, up to the same training level, for free, with a nominal payment of €95 to cover room hire, refreshment and printing costs. 

Payment Terms:
All course fees must be paid in advance of, and payment  received by, the closing date indicated by the Trainer. It is the responsibility of the student to confirm that their payment has been received by the trainer by the closing date and prior to attending class.  

Cancellations: Due to advance room hire and printing costs, cancellations made within 2 weeks are 80% refundable; within 1 week are 60% refundable.

TRAVEL, ACCOMMODATION & PAYMENT DETAILS
Please email Paul at oconnor@iol.ie for further details.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Gateways Of The Mind - Dublin, May 16-18, 2013

Delighted to announce that I have been asked to speak and present a talk about Controlled Remote Viewing at Gateways Of The Mind, taking place in the Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin, on May 16-18, 2013. The link for the event homepage is http://www.archetypeevents.com/dublin

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Amit Goswami - The Quantum Activist


This is Amit Goswami. He is a world-renowned theoretical nuclear physicist interested in the relationship between science and religion. He became best known as one of the interviewed scientists featured in the 2004 film "What the Bleep Do We Know!?", and stars in the newly released documentary "The Quantum Activist".

A small class of us had the great, mind-expanding, pleasure of spending an entire day with Amit and hearing him speak in his workshop on Quantum Activism.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Buddha Bag 'Minds Of Our Times' Interview

Recently, I was interviewed by Tino Curione about nonlocal awareness and remote viewing for the Buddha Bag Group in Dublin, as part of their Minds Of Our Times series.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Eight Martini's - Issue 3



Issue 3 of Daz Smith's great Remote Viewing magazine, 'eight martinis' contains my interview with Lyn Buchanan, former US military remote viewer and unit trainer. Issues 1, 2 and 3 are available for free download here...

Thursday, February 4, 2010

'Living The Matrix' : CRV beginners predict the future!



Last weekend, I and two colleagues (Sarah Bird: Energy Psychology and Julie Williams: Quantum Healing presented a unique 3-day experiential seminar at our 'Living The Matrix' seminar.

For my part, I shared my CRV experience and gave the students a taste of its potential.Here's what I did;

(1) On the evening of the second day (Saturday) I looked through the sports events listed for the next day and identified a soccer match due to take place at 3pm on Sunday afternoon.

(2) I selected three completely different photos; (i) Atlantis space shuttle in orbit above the earth, (ii) an interior photo of an art gallery/museum with many people and lots of activity and (iii) a photo of a natural empty landscape across a green open valley.

(3) I consciously decided that at 5pm on Sunday afternoon, AFTER the game was finished, I would show the students the picure that I had previously associated with the game outcome. The associations I made were as follows;

(a) Atlantis Space Shuttle = Team A to WIN.
(b) Museum Interior = Team A to LOSE.
(c) Open landscape = DRAW or Game Cancelled.

(4) I consciously decided that, at 5pm on Sunday, I would show the students ONE of the three pictures, which would be decided by the game outcome. They would never be shown the other two pictures, as to do so would increase the likelihood of individual emotional responses 'polluting' the information transfer process.

(5)I re-named the picture files accordingly, wrote down the 'tasking' into a Word document, zipped them all and burned them onto a CD-ROM. The CD and a printed copy of the written tasking were sealed in a window-less envelope.

(6)Finally, I gave the project a 12-digit reference number. I wrote this number on the outside of the sealed envelope.

(7)Early on Sunday morning the students were given a very basic introduction to the first steps of the CRV process. Following that, the ONLY information that they were given was the 12-digit reference number. They were asked to note and record their impressions of the target. The descriptions they provided indicated to me that they were viewing the photo of the Space Shuttle. I did not tell them this, but simply thanked them and advised that they would receive their feedback at 5pm.

[Note: If they were seeing the picture of the space shuttle 'at 5pm', it was indicating to me that Team A was going to win the game.]

(8) The game commenced at 3pm.



(9) The winner was Team A (Manchester City) [as predicted by the viewers, four hours before the game had begun].

(9) At 5pm, based upon the OUTCOME OF THE GAME (not their viewing), I showed them the picture I had associated with Team A (Manchester City) to WIN: which was the photo of the space shuttle.

What does it mean? The viewers had predicted the outcome of the game, before it had even begun!

Cool!