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Teresa Frisch   posted:1/11/2013 11:14:50 PM  (Reply)
Hi,

Thought I would share a bit of information with those who are interested. No, I'm not promoting me, but everything I've done was with an educational focus regarding remote viewing. So I share these things as resources for information about it.

My name is Teresa Frisch, I'm a registered nurse and a Controlled Remote Viewer trained by Lyn Buchanan. I went through his viewing courses and beyond to become the first Analyst to come through his program and the third CRV Instructor certified as knowing CRV theory and methodology by him.

My website is www.aestheticimpact.com. You'll find a lot of remote viewing information there as well as declassified documents from the STAR GATE files.

I've been recording webinars with target reviews and guest speakers since 2011. I just uploaded forty-two target discussions, tutorials and guest speakers onto YouTube. Speakers are Lyn Buchanan, Angela Thompson-Smith, Courtney Brown, Marty Rosenblatt, Lori Williams (in Spanish) and Paul O'Connor. You will need to access Paul's through Aesthetic Impact. The rest of them are available here: http://www.youtube.com/user/MemoryMime/videos?view=0

Anyone can come and listen to our discussions. You can ask questions if you like. You'll need Internet Explorer as your browser. The webinars are free. To register: http://www.aestheticimpact.com/webinar-recordings.html#

My latest article which shows remote viewing images with session results and sketches can be found at Eight Martinis, The State of the Art of Remote Viewing, Issue 8, page 39-53. "Controlled Remote Viewing and Era III Medicine." The magazine is named after an in-house military intelligence term that means results so good you need eight martinis to recover from the shock. The magazine has a lot of good articles from a lot of credible people, including Lyn Buchanan, Joe McMoneagle, PJ Gaenir, Daz Smith, Ingo Swann, Rick and Sandra Hilleard.
http://www.eightmartinis.com/

If you have any questions please feel free to email me at teresalfrisch@aol.com. I'm on Facebook - if you look me up please include a message about being a member here.

Best,

Teresa Frisch
Controlled Remote Viewing Instructor / Analyst / Project Management
Aesthetic Impact Informational Services, LLC
www.aestheticimpact.com
jaguarsky   posted:1/12/2013 11:29:17 AM  (Reply)
Thanks for posting this info Teresa.

I participated in a remote veiwing experiment back in the early 90's through ARE. For those of us who have either done this instinctually in our lives or have learned to do it, participation, discussion and validation are a blessing. How cool is it when you find out you are not crazy?
Wereparadox   posted:1/12/2013 2:16:28 PM  (Reply)
Hate to tell you this but there is no "not crazy" the most "normal" person alive to day apears a mad person to another. Crazy like good is almost entirely subjective. People use subjective words to bend you to their way of life. There are entirely evil acts and that's the only real crazy. What's good for the hunter is bad for the prey. Having sex with your sister is bad unless your an egyptian pharaoh. Through out time the worst things we concider crazy at one time was perfectly normal. Many of the normal stuff we do today will seem insane to our great grandchildren. Want proof just look at the 80's. Is it crazy to pick up stones and chuck them at a woman till she dies a slow painfull death for cheating.... depends who you ask even today.
gary107   posted:1/12/2013 3:52:45 PM  (Reply)
If it seems impossible to have happen, then it can be considered impossible. Why pick at it, it was no fun when it did happen.
jaguarsky   posted:1/13/2013 11:48:37 AM  (Reply)
Ok, so how cool is it when you find out that the thing people kept telling you did not exist actually does. Like the Africans were vindicated when a white man first set eyes on a gorilla.
Wereparadox   posted:1/13/2013 9:40:27 PM  (Reply)
Now your talkin my language Jaguarsky. I love the giant squid. Proof that legends can be true. I was suck on that science teacher. I can't wait untill something really crazy happens. Even if a titans come back and I'm the first one they crush I'd die happy. I'd be like. "SUCK ON THAT SCIENC-" Squish!!
gary107   posted:1/14/2013 10:20:23 AM  (Reply)
I'd be like. "SUCK ON THAT SCIENC-" Squish!!
you must respect the spirit involved with such defiance.
jaguarsky   posted:1/14/2013 11:32:13 AM  (Reply)
I have, over the past few years, been watching what we learn from quantum physics; which is basically we know nothing. But it seems that everytime a "discovery" is made it reinforces the things the mystics have been telling us since before we crawled from the cave: ALL things are connected, time is not linear (or perhaps does not really exist at all), an object can be in two places at the same time, etc. Loves me my old mystics.
bobprin   posted:1/14/2013 5:15:33 PM  (Reply)
The native americans also that everything was connected and had a spirit also. Now that we know that everything is made up of the same stuff their beliefs are justified.
breeld   posted:1/14/2013 7:38:27 PM  (Reply)
Soon as I get a day off, I`m gonna check out Teresa`s site. I`m sooo interested in this.
Wereparadox   posted:1/14/2013 7:52:01 PM  (Reply)
Thank you Gary as long as I'm a thorn in the side of convention I can take some small comfort. Even if I am moving at a pace of a man running on the ice against the wind in a hurricane.
breeld   posted:1/15/2013 6:10:29 AM  (Reply)
Lol Wereparodox-I pictured that, too funny.


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