The International School of Clairvoyance
Providing Quality Education in the Psychic & Healing Arts
SPRING 2020 CLASSES
Develop Your Natural Intuitive Abilities Now!
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All Programs are conducted via real time, webinar conferencing systems.
Students attend class in real time, at the scheduled time, from the comfort of their own homes. Recordings are available for any missed classes.
Classes are designed to closely simulate in person training & are highly personalized, interactive & fun! Students participate, most just require use of a phone or program like Skype. Some also require a computer/internet connection.
All courses come with recordings. Currently, all classes are taught by Author Debra Lynne Katz.
If any of the days & times work for you, register now as these will not be offered every semester, at the same times or on the same days. See each individual level for upcoming class schedule.
How Do Students Actually participate in the ISC Clairvoyant Training Programs?
What is a tele-seminar as taught via the ISC?
Clairvoyant Level One, Two and Three & Mediumship Classes are taught via highly interactive teleseminar (audio only) hosted through maestroconference.com.
Students will receive a phone number and their own unique pin number with their name attached. They can call in:
via telephone (just need hands free speakers or headset- no internet connection needed)
using an online webdialer
The class is taught through audio, meaning there will be no webcams or video, for a specific reason! Debra wants you to focus on the internal screen of your mind that you will visualize with eyes closed (corresponding with the third eye or 6th chakra), rather then your computer screen. Every attempt is made to allow for ongoing communication between students and instructor and students to student but at the same time minimizing all visual distractions. You will be amazed to discover how a sense of community and connection can be achieved through this simple format.
This program allows for students to speak up at all times, both verbally and through other methods using the keypad of their phone. This innovative audio system allows for the class to break into private break out rooms where students can practice one on one or in small groups, under the supervision of their instructor who can rotate from room to room.
Communicating via teleseminar with a focus on audio is a quick and easy way to communicate while allow the student to participate from any place in their home, without having to worry about how they look, how they are dressed, whether or not their lighting is good, or their house in clean.
Students will also participate on a separate group page at http://www.seventhsight.org where they will be able to access all class recordings, and learn about each other and communicate with each other and the instructor and receive class updates.
Class recordings will be in the form of mp3 that are extremely quick and easy to download. Level One Students will have access to their own class recording and the recording from the other's day's class as well.
What is a webinar as taught via the ISC?
The remote viewing classes are taught via webinar on http://www.zoom.us. Students will receive a web link that allows for simple easy access. They will need a microphone and speakers which most of today's computers have. and internet connection so they can see their screens. The program can also be accessed via a tablet such as an Ipad or even a smart phone.
Webcams will not be used (meaning students will not be on camera) except on rare occasions because it's important to minimize visual distractions as students will be practicing remote viewing in every class. Also students need to be able to relax and not worry about how they look. However, there will be constant screen sharing, mostly by the teacher who will use a variety of tools to demonstrate techniques and share online resources. There will be a companion group page where students can easily upload their remote viewing transcripts and refer back to these during class.
Students are encouraged to either have a scanner or download an APP on their smartphone called CAMSCANNER that allows for taking pictures of writtent transcripts and uploading to their email and then to a companion group page (on http://www.seventhsight.org) where students can easily upload their remote viewing transcripts and refer back to these during class. They will be able to communicate with thier peers outside of class via this page as well and access all class recordings, dates, etc.
Students will be taught how to work with this easy to use technology in class to prepare them to go onto working with other project managers, researchers and instructors.