CE-5 Aotearoa currently organises two types of expeditions in New Zealand during the summer months. These expeditions range between four and six nights in duration and include training modules, fieldwork sessions, meditations, plus all meals and accommodation.
These expeditions are usually four nights in duration with instructional day modules about CE-5 protocol, which includes: coherent though sequencing, remote viewing, mantra meditation, toning, the science of consciousness and the use of human technology as communication interfaces. When appropriate, we also include other related modalities that are useful in the context of CE-5.
In the evening, just prior to sunset, we set up at our contact location. Most often this is outdoors. Some venues we use have several different locations, which can offer a variety of different types of contact experiences. Evening field work usually concludes around 1am, dependent on circumstances.
Most often we have at least three experienced trainers within the team. Often these expeditions include trainers from within our International community. Modules and guidance are delivered by a variety of trainers. During breaks within evening field work, trainers often work 1-1 or in smaller groups to help guide those new to CE-5 and facilitate various contact experiences.
Dependent on the venue, these expeditions are usually limited to fifteen people.
Our expeditions are always full and tend to fill up fast. If you are interested in attending please send us an email through the link below and we will put you on a shortlist and you will be emailed prior to the expedition being listed on our website and promoted publicly.
Advanced CE-5 Expeditions
These expeditions are five or six nights in duration. They are limited to those who are experienced with CE-5 protocol and related modalities. These expeditions are contribution based, with those in attendance offering modules about subjects they specialize in or feel are appropriate to share. These expeditions are not publicly listed or promoted.