HRVG methodology

With aspects familiar to CRV and ERV practitioners alike, the Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild (HRVG) methodology is presented by HRVG President Glenn Wheaton as a collaboration between the US Army Special Forces and the famous psychic Dr. Richard Ireland from the 1980s.

The methodology is an integration of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and a US Army intelligence “SALUTE” method (size, activity, location, unit, time, equipment, remarks) reporting format. Although the methodology is very structured, it offers a versatile platform from which the remote viewer can transition from an alert mental beta-wave collective state to a more relaxed, experience-oriented theta-wave state of extend remote viewing (ERV).

The Remote Viewer activates and trains its subconscious to place target images as visualizations in a fictional area called the “blackboard”. The remote viewers also receive other sensory and kinesthetic data in sequential order, using NLP techniques to facilitate communication with the subconscious.

The viewers begin a session in a wakeful beta wave state, using the fast, highly structured methodology. They perceive the main characters at the target and identify them with a visual ideogram (S-1), move on to collecting sensory data in stage 2 using NLP techniques, and then add the data to a data consolidation or location sketch (stage 3) together. As the session continues and target contact increases, the viewers naturally move into an alpha wave state for stage 4 information cascade and use of the “board”. Due to the longer dwell time in the alpha state, the remote viewers examine each shape with more depth and clarity. At stage 5, the viewers set aside pen and paper, perform a cool-down technique to reach a theta brainwave state, and enter the monitored ERV.

The methodology includes a collection and reporting scheme that is conducive to the collection of visual data while remaining analytically friendly. The methodology includes temporal models for determining locations and timelines. Viewers are also taught three levels of analytical applications that they can use in evaluating the results of their remote viewing efforts.


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