Dominque Surel, PhD. Presents:
Transformational Effects of Learning CRV
Saturday, July 9, 2011 7:00 pm
Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
This lecture will address the personal transformational impact that learning CRV can have on the viewer. The actual experience of traveling in the time-space matrix has a dual implication: the impact on brain restructuration, and state of consciousness. Dr. Surel will explore the process of accessing non-local information to include research findings in neuroscience (brain plasticity), and quantum physics. Comments from CRV learners, and operational viewers, about their transformational experience will be presented.
Over time, the CRV protocol creates a communications channel and a language between the conscious and the unconscious mind. By keeping the conscious busy with administrative type chores, the door of the unconscious is then free from interference and the viewer can travel into the time-space matrix and retrieve information. Freeing up the unconscious and expanding the aperture creates new experiences for the individual who will see and feel impressions from different time-space-event environments. It is to be expected that the viewer’s perceptions and reference points in life would then be affected.
Many CRV learners report increased clarity in decision-making and assessing situations, as well as increased positive synchronicities in their lives, and an increase in intuitive insights. The CRV experience is different than lucid dreaming or time-traveling in an altered state. The controlled remote viewer is in a state of alertness and fully conscious while following the protocol of the session.
This free webinar is sponsored by Aesthetic Impact Informational Services. To register, go to www.aestheticimpact.com
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