NATURAL REMOTE VIEWING
A practical guide to the mental martial art of self-discovery
Natural Remote Viewing contains all the information you require to set out on an exploration of your psychic abilities.
Following a Foreword by renown psychic detective, Pam Coronado, the first section, What Is Remote Viewing? outlines remote viewing in terms of its use, protocols and methods.
The Remote Viewing Mindset lists items the initiate remote viewer should be aware of: Remote viewing is possible, some first timer examples are given, and for a broader view Professor Jessica Utts of the University of California, Davis and former President of the American Statistical Association is quoted from her paper, An Assessment of the Evidence for Psychic Functioning.
Examples of some further findings of experiments from the 20-year United States government-funded research programme are listed, such as No Lessening of Effect Through Distance, and Remote Viewers Are ‘Just Normal People’.
How to Remote View outlines the job of the viewer, before explaining the mechanics of how a remote viewing exercise is set up. This is followed by a step-by-step procedure for remote viewing, and an exercise for the reader. Several example sessions are presented throughout the book.
The More Techniques section list further methods for gaining information about the target. The section on Remote Viewing Roles explains more the mechanics that would useful for setting up a remote viewing project. The Uses of Remote Viewing explains associative remote viewing and other uses.
The Models of Consciousness section goes to explain some of the rationale behind the remote viewing procedure in terms of how we perceive information, leading to a section on Factors that Seem to Have a Bearing on Remote Viewing.
A Very Short History of Modern-day Remote Viewing in the United States is a brief overview of the elements of parapsychology relevant to remote viewing and its use in the U.S. military.
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It has since become a passion, and to help spread the word he started a remote viewing practise group in 2011. The group meets regularly in New York City and aims to provide an open, friendly environment in which to discuss and practise.