International School of Clairvoyance
Remote Viewing Intuitive Services
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Whether you'd like a session from Debra Lynne Katz herself or from an entire team of highly experienced viewers, you've come to the right place. We work with other remote viewers and remote viewing teams, investigators and companies to ensure we provide the highest services and the right fit for all client's needs. If we don't feel we can accommodate your needs or are the best fit, we will refer you to others who are.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CLAIRVOYANT READING AND A REMOTE VIEWING SESSION?
Remote viewing session will focus more on the physical, such as describing a location, an object or what's happening at a location at that point in time. It can include the description of other people. If you want to know about yourself and/or your relationships or someone you are in a relationship with, you should book a clairvoyant reading instead of a remote viewing session, unless you are seeking a session on paper at a distance and don't wish phone or in person contact (then your session can be set up like a paper remote viewing session where we generate a report). However, If you want to find a missing object, person or have something described that is unknown, then you may want to consider booking a remote viewing session. Remote viewing sessions are often done blind, meaning the viewer knows as little as possible about the subject.
DO I NEED A SINGLE REMOTE VIEWER OR A WHOLE TEAM?
It depends. A team of viewers is great because you can get corroboration and some viewers are better at picking up certain details than others. This is not always necessary, but it can help. If you are simply looking for an object that is important to you, but is not a matter of life or death, a single viewer such as Debra will often be sufficient. If the stakes are high, we recommend making use of any entire team.
HOW WILL I MAKE USE OF THE INFORMATION AND DOES IT MAKE SENSE TO EVEN HAVE A REMOTE VIEWING SESSION DONE?
This is perhaps the most important question for you to consider. If you are just seeking answers for your own knowing, a remote viewing session can help. Are you seeking answers that are going to require physical action and follow-up? If so then you must ask yourself if you will have the ability to take that action or if you are in a position to work with others who will accept and act on the information.
For example, if you'd simply misplaced something, a remote viewing sessions should help, if it's still accessible, because you should be able to go look for it. But if you have a friend of a friend that is missing, it doesn't matter if you get 100 percent correct information, chances are there is going to be nothing you can do with the information, because most investigators aren't interested in psychic information. They already get too much of it and don't know what to do with it. There are tens of thousands of very well-meaning and talented psychics out there who get information about publicized cases and try to send it into investigators and this just bogs down the system.
Now if you are law enforcement or an investigator yourself and do have the means to act on the information, that's a different story and then the information can be very helpful. If you are involved with an investigator on a case, we ask that you have them work with us instead of the family.
Note: We do have licensed private detectives and skip tracers we can team up with that have knowledge in these areas. It's just then there will be added fee's for their services as well.
Please be aware that it's a lot easier to describe a location than name it. While not impossible, Debra and most other psychics often times don't get an entire address (Working on it but not there yet). So let's say someone has stolen your watch. If it's someone you know, and you can access places they hide things, chances are the remote viewing session will help. Or let's say your watch has fallen under the cushion in your car. This will be easy for a viewer to describe. But lets say you lost your watch at an international airport, someone has taken it and is now in another country, whatever we come up with, even if we give you a hundred pages of descriptors and sketches, it isn't going to help you get your watch back unless your watch is at a very distinguishable building. The chances of that happening are not likely, because you'd be surprised how many buildings resemble's the white house!
ARE YOU PREPARED FOR ANY ANSWER?
A lot of people seek answers that will fit into their current suspicions or frame of reference. It's important to be open-minded. Yes, perhaps the session will end up confirming what you suspected. But it may not.
Examples of things that can be addressed in remote viewing session:
Identity of someone who has stolen something.
Missing people's locations.
Descriptions of technologies.
Descriptions of criminal scenes.
Describing photographs for remote viewing.
describing the hidden contents of something.
real estate issues (we can describe a house and see if there are problems with it).