Good news and bad news.
Bad news: Alchemist may not release until later this week, and we’re going to push back the release of the rvX manual for about two weeks. Blame @DarkPhilosopher for giving us an idea based on his experiences with the manual that we just couldn’t turn down.
Good news: rvX will now release with something better – a guided audio track that takes you through an entire remote viewing session with minimal ease. We worked nonstop this weekend on it. The script is finished and is in the hands of the voice actress. The session should be around 30 minutes, and you can use it over and over to practice and build up your skills. Once you feel comfortable with rv, you can then proceed to the rvX manual, which is much more comprehensive and will teach more advanced skills.
Why did we come to this decision?
Well, it was pretty obvious from the start that the rvX manual was a bit too difficult for an absolute beginner to pick up and do a session within a day. With the guided session, you’ll literally be able to do your first session within an hour. With daily training at around 2 sessions a day + listening to rvX diligently, @RVconsultant believes we can cut a year worth of training down to 5 weeks.
I tested the system last night myself. Keep in mind, this wasn’t even an optimal session – I was reading the script aloud, looking and correcting errors, AND trying to do the session. My results?
Not too shabby, considering the fact that I picked up on the rotating light at the top of the Eiffel Tower. The whole process was MUCH different than I expected. I didn’t have to go into some deep trance – I simply had to focus on the script’s instructions and the images just started flowing. I can tell you all now, it’s much much different than what you’re anticipating. The whole thing was so… “easy,” for lack of a better term. I didn’t have to force anything. Just let the mind do its thing.
I’ve been reluctant to post things from the private test because I didn’t want to turn this into some kind of “leaderboard,” but one person – and if they want to claim credit, they can – got a remarkable result using just the manual.
You can clearly see that he picked up on the most unique structure – the hand – which in remote viewing lingo is called the “gestalts.” He even managed to see where the bridge is being held.
Some people are going to hate and say that this is unremarkable, but you’re talking about two individuals who have never attempted this before, and one who was largely skeptical about the whole process. As a first attempt, I’m quite happy with what came out, and with practice + rvX, I’m sure we’ll start seeing crazier things.