Wayne Carris Executive Director of The Western Institute of Remote Viewing and The American Association of Remote Viewers. He is also a Licensed Psychologist with a private psychotherapy practice in the Seattle Area. Early in 1977, Dr. Carr developed new specialized procedures and techniques for psychological, medical, spiritual, couples and group remote viewing. Over the last few years he has evolved and refined these techniques, through the full time teaching of hundreds of remote viewing workshops in the US and Europe, and through working therapeutically with individuals & couples. Dr. Carr has also personally done hundreds of RV sessions to continually develop his own RV skills. He has written and updated comprehensive RV manuals for General, Advanced, & Medical Remote Viewing, as well as a Remote Viewing Tool Kit. He labels his overall RV techniques as Integral Remote Viewing or IRV, which is a variation of CRV. Dr. Carr is currently working on a book on Remote Viewing Technique and Theory.
IRVA 2002 – Remote Viewing Group Processes, Perceptual Processes and Other Learning Techniques
Learning or sharpening remote viewing skills can be fun and more rapid using techniques done with all group members actively participating out loud with each other to create a “group mind”. Time permitting, other new techniques for experiencing the perceptual processes involved in remote viewing, and for increasing target contact will also be introduced.