About Me - Daz Smith


Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
I know there will be people out there who will be thinking who does he think he is, amongst many other things when they see this area on TKR. So I thought I'd give a brief overview of who I am for those who don't know me.

My name is Daz Smith.
I have been a psychic all my life. Form an early teenage year I trained in Mediumship, clairvoyance, healing, tarot, sand reading and many other forms of divination before I ever heard of remote Viewing. I always wanted something more - something that I found with RV - control!

In 1997 I trained for free in CRV (the first course in the U.K.) I have been learning and using CRV ever since.
In the last fifteen years I have worked over 200 missing persons cases for the U.S. police, numerous private and public rv projects. Some of this can be viewed with Rv sessions on my website: http://www.remoteviewed.com/daz_smith_remote_viewer.html

I have never worked for the U.S Military, I was not one of the U.S trained CRVers.
I am not a Jedi master of CRV, I'm learning just like you - I always will be. What I do have is experience and commitment to being the best I can and in sharing as much as possible. This is what I offer here -to share without cost.

My philosophy is;

That CRV is an art. CRV is a work of genius from Ingo Swann (and all the people he also built upon).
Saying this, CRV isn't finished and it isn't for everyone. Some people do not get on with the initial regimented stages of CRV and its militaristic terminology. but in reality CRV isn't limiting, it doesn't stifle creativity - in fact CRV is very creative - its the inner workings of an artist (Ingo Swann) and his PSI mechanism interpreted through creativity/Art into a process to help sort the noise from the signal.

In its most simplistic form CRV is;
doodling, sketching and then modeling/more detailed sketches.

Its also my belief that CRV for long term practitioners mus evolve past the foundation six stage process. Once this 'core' has been 'fully' learnt/established the art form must evolve with the user - it must become fluid and adapt to operational needs and situations. The six stages are only a foundation to much more.

"Art is the expression of the self. The more complicated and restricted the method, the less the opportunity for expression of one's original sense of freedom. Though they play an important role in the early stage, the techniques should not be too mechanical, complex or restrictive. If we cling blindly to them, we shall eventually become bound by their limitations. Remember, you are expressing the techniques and not doing the techniques" - Bruce Lee

All the best...