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Teresa Frisch
Teresa Frisch
Teresa Frisch is a Registered Nurse currently working in a Level I Emergency Trauma Center. Her thirty-five years of varied clinical and managerial roles within the field of medicine provide a wealth of holistically diverse situational models of the human condition as well as the foundation for her study of applied intuition.

In 1992 she began to notice an increase in personal intuitive / psi experiences outside of nursing as well as PK, and realized that our medical knowledge of the human condition is far from complete.

Eventually her empirical observations and studies of intuition led to the study of Controlled Remote Viewing with Lyn Buchanan, former member of the Stargate Military Intelligence Unit. Her courses include Basic through Advanced Levels and Post Graduate courses in Analysis and Medical Applications (enhanced guided imagery). In 2011 she launched Aesthetic Impact Informational Services, LLC. Certified Reiki Master / Teacher, her interests include studies in Energy Medicine, including Therapeutic Touch, Healing Touch, Subltle Energies, Biofields, Magnetocardiograms and Psychokinesis.

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Developing Your Observational Skills Using Phase 2 / Stage 4 Sensory Exercises

For most of us, a great deal of our lives is spent almost in a fog, and we tend to not truly see the world around us. These exercises are beneficial for anyone wanting to improve their observational skills in everyday life, whether it be an artist, a law enforcement officer, medical personnel, or a remote viewer. This exercise was developed to train you to see the things which are right before your eyes. It may sound like a simple thing to do, but in fact, you will see just how easy it is to look right at something and not see it. The targets for this exercise have been selected to match targets you would have in remote viewing sessions. Remote viewers will recognize that their sensory descriptors would be recorded as Phase 2 or Stage 4 if they were in session.

The way to perform this exercise is to look at the target photo and simply make a written list of how many sensory descriptors you notice. When you finish, show your results to someone and tell them that you have tried to describe everything in the picture. Almost without fail, they will point to something that you saw, but didn't write down. That will train you to see it next time, and as you practice this exerecise, you will begin to realize that you are both opening your eyes and mind to the world around you. If you are a remote viewer, you will also be getting more information in your remote viewing sessions.

It is a simple exercise, but one which can add immensely to your ability to observe and report what is going on around you. Target / photo information for each class will be provided with registration (free). Make a list what you see in the target photo in these categories and join us for an informal discussion of what you found. Note things that you don't "see" but from your association with an experience, know would be appropriate, such as a fish market would smell "fishy." Get curious. If there's a "funny shaped thingy" that you can't quite see, enlarge the photo for better detail.

Colors / shapes / dimensionals / relationships / gender / age / textures / sounds / smells / tastes / weather / land / water / space / ambience / biologicals / luminance / temperature / densities / orientation / directions / patterns / measurements / other things that I noticed.

These are the sensory data that our eyes see and our brains reassimilate and constantly convert into useful information. Are you amazed at yourself? You should be! Join us for these no-hurt exercises. You may just surprise yourself.

Date: Friday April 29th
Time: 9:00am EST
Topic: Developing Your Observational Skills Using Phase 2 / Stage 4 Sensory Exercises

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