Like a welcomed cool breeze on a scorcher of a summer day, a new and uplifting attitude is sweeping across the International Remote Viewing Association. With the election of President Pam Coronado earlier this year, all systems are go to produce the ‘winds of change’ that will promote cohesiveness between different RV protocols and schools of thought.
Pam is a well-known psychic detective investigator who has worked with many national law enforcement agencies, as well as, the FBI on some very high-profile cases. She is also known for being one of the stars on ‘Sensing Murder,’ a true crime television documentary series that aired in 2006 (which is currently available on Netflix.) As a founder of the non-profit ‘Project Search for Hope,’ which focuses on the location and recovery of missing individuals, Pam brings an integrity to the IRVA which is already well-respected. Her heart is definitely in the right place. Couple that with the results remote viewing produces by anyone who attempts it, and these new and lofty trade winds will keep the IRVA aloft for a long time to come.
Earlier in August, Pam hosted a webinar in which she communicated to yours truly and others who attended, the parameters of her well-defined goals for the future of IRVA. The webinar was not only informative, but incorporated an actual RV practice target session, as well…which translated in to great FUN for me, personally. Later, I asked Pam a few questions and she responded in this manner:
“Goals for my tenure at IRVA? Building a stronger, more inclusive, cooperative and supportive remote viewing community is number one on my list. I want to create an atmosphere where viewers feel safe enough to explore, grow and learn and outsiders are inspired to discover for themselves the magic we call remote viewing. I hope to create more opportunities for viewers who are trained and ready to become operational, a key component to moving the field forward. Growing IRVA membership is also important to me so our numbers speak for themselves. IRVA’s first webinar was an example of my commitment to outreach and education. Last but not least, we are in the early planning stages for our June 2014 conference. I’m confident the conference will reflect IRVA’s new spirit of unity.
I do want to congratulate Debra Katz and all of those who collaborated, including several viewers, on the paper ‘Remote Viewers Correctly Predict the Outcome of the 2012 Presidential Election: An expedition into the unexplored territory of remote viewing & rating human subjects as targets, within a binary protocol’ which was accepted for presentation at 56th Annual Parapsychology Conference in Viterbo, Italy next month. The entire paper will appear in the upcoming edition of Aperture (IRVA’s newsletter.)
For those who are considering joining, we are looking at new ways to educate and support IRVA members. The more educated, well-trained and ethical viewers we can develop and support, the better for the entire field. One way I am looking at accomplishing this is by including an increased presence of noted instructors at ‘Focal Point,’ our online target practice group.”
All in all, Pam’s vision is a much-welcomed breath of fresh air to the organization, and I look forward to soar on their currents of remote viewing success along with others who have found this new direction very appealing. You, too, can learn remote viewing by visiting their website:
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©2013 Debbie Ballard