Lyn Buchanan – Controlled Remote Viewing

by on August 29, 2010      

in Parapsychology

Lyn Buchanan

Lyn Buchanan

Remote viewing expert Lyn Buchanan joins us to share his many years in the Psychic Spy unit of Army Intelligence and explain how controlled remote viewing became his calling. He is the author of The 7th Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing As Told by a Psychic Spy For The U.S. Military and the executive director of Problems, Solutions, Innovations (PSI). We discuss his work remote viewing Saddam Hussein, how the subconscious works, the nature of time, and distinction between being psychic and remote viewing, and how the remote viewing training industry has unfolded and evolved.

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1 MAUD POLLOCK August 29, 2010 at 8:27 am

Dear Kim your work as always excellent, I thought you were going to allow these interviews to be downloaded??? what happened. Light Maud

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2 Kim Greenhouse August 30, 2010 at 6:28 pm

Thank you for your kind words. We are working on the problem.
It should be cleared up in the next 48 -72 hours.
Thanks for letting us know.
We appreciate your listening, commenting and telling all of your friends, associates and loved ones.

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3 Robin Datta September 4, 2010 at 1:48 pm

This material has been krown from ancient times: in the Vedic tradition many powers are described, including clairaudience and clairvoyance, the equivalent of the Kabbalistic kefitzat ha-derekh, the “speaking of tongues” (the ability to speak in languages that one has not heard before, but beyond the Christian meaning, to includ. understanding all living / sentient beings – including animals and birds), mind-reading. etc.

But as also has been emphasised, greater than all these powers is the awareness of the self. This ultimately refers to what in Kabbalah is the level of the Keter, of Yechidah – Adam Kadmon where there is no distinction between the Divine and the individual. The guest mentions that at a deep level information enters the subconscious. Actually there is no enteritg: the information is always there, at a level where there is no distinction between Yechidah and Adam Kadmon.

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4 Jennifer September 27, 2013 at 1:40 am

Yes, there are many ways to describe it. I don’t think he’s wrong. But he’s limited by our language and by the average Westerner’s lack of experience with other ancient traditions.
One teacher who I’ve learned alot from had an experience where he could actually see 3-D. Not the enhanced 2-D that normal people have, where we have two eyeballs set about 2 inches apart receiving two slightly different 2-D images. This guy saw the REAL THING. He could see behind his own head without turning around and he could see behind solid objects and people. He saw all of it. This ability is available. But if you don’t know it’s available, you’ll never ask about it and you’ll never gain the language to describe it.

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5 Ash August 4, 2011 at 9:24 pm

I am a firm believer in remote viewing and psychic powers but this guy did not really resonate with him and did not felt a right energy vibrations from him

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6 Kim Greenhouse August 5, 2011 at 9:11 pm

Ash,

There are many Remote Viewing Teachers & Remote Viewers. I did many interviews with at least 5 more of them from Russell Targ, Angela Smith, Paul Smith & Simeon Hein.
If one teacher and viewer does not resonate with you then seek the next. They all have different and great contributions to make and are all very good at what they do. Thanks for listening and commenting. We appreciate it. Kim

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7 Jennifer September 27, 2013 at 1:35 am

Or… OR!
If you’re “not interested”, you could just take up gardening or playing squash.
Remember, Kim? Let it be.

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8 Rob Combs August 5, 2011 at 6:41 pm

Kimmy; your posts are always 5 stars….another great one Babes!!

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9 D January 2, 2012 at 4:48 pm

I was Lyn’s student for numerous classes and he is very much a humanitarian. The question of how CRV has affected family life and his answer is superficial because he gave up a lot for the free world. Unfortunately, he seems to be retiring from instructing, but I would advise anyone interested in his classes check his website. CRV has changed mine, and other student’s lives, very positively.

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10 Demetrios Katis August 6, 2013 at 2:45 pm

Excellent work! Questions are just right on money! An interview of a great quality! Bravo!

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11 Paul J August 21, 2020 at 2:14 am

Very interesting interview and after some other investigations I intend to pursue CRV as it is scientifically studied and validated. Disappointed about the religious references as this seems at odds with his scholarly position. Reduces credibility somewhat.

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12 Kim Greenhouse August 24, 2020 at 2:11 pm

Shouldn’t reduce any credabiity if the man produces results. Since he is one of the best in the world at the craft of Controlled Remote Viewing, no worries. He would not be on call to agencies at this stage of his life if he wasn’t one of the best. He is also one of the best most honest teachers out there. Much success to you on your path.

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