Hi Peter J. We do not use monitored sessions except in training. However, we do use someone called an "Interviewer" to accomplish exactly what you just said. An Interviewer is different from a Monitor at Farsight. A Monitor can tell the trainee viewer all sorts of things to help the viewer learn the methods and to learn what a particular perception feels like. For example, a Monitor could find a trainee viewer struggling to describe a mountain, but the viewer feels land that is sloping, and there is a peak at the top. So the monitor can tell the viewer that this is what a mountain feels like with remote viewing. The Monitor can also lead the viewer by introducing and explaining how to do new procedures. None of that can be done by an Interviewer. An Interviewer is only used with experienced remote viewers who have no trouble describing the basics of a target solo. Also, an Interviewer is only used after a viewer has done solo sessions that correctly describe the basics of a target. An Interviewer can listen to a session of an experienced viewer (usually over Zoom) and suggest movement exercises. That is all. Period. For example, an experienced remote viewer may correctly describe a target location with subjects in front of a cave. If the cave is an important part of the target, then the interviewer may suggest a movement exercise to go into the cave. The Interviewer cannot give any other guidance other than to suggest a movement exercise. In situations in which an Interviewer is not possible, then we let the viewer do repeated solo remote viewing sessions, with each session having a new movement exercise suggested beforehand. So if a viewer did a session with the observation of a rock/meteor hitting something, then an email would be sent to the viewer to do another session but this time follow the rock/meteor back to its point of origin. This accomplishes the same thing as an Interviewer, but it takes longer since a completely new session on a new day is required. But either way, no leading guidance can be offered at all, just suggestions of what to do next in terms of movement exercises. Again, this is much different from the situation of a Monitor. Monitors are ONLY used in instructional settings at Farsight, and only with students, never with experienced viewers. Interviewers are never used with students, and they can only offer movement exercises that are based on data that are already reported by experienced remote viewers.