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Cosmos, Mind & Soul

Remote Viewing


Remote viewing is a mental phenomenon, rather like daydreams. It involves formation of mental images (sights, sounds, tastes, smells, and other imaged sensations and feelings) of actual people, places, things and events located anywhere in space and time.

Unequivocal evidence supports the conclusion that remote viewing is an aspect of reality, even though modern science's worldview cannot explain or accept it. While some individuals are particularly gifted remote viewers, there is growing evidence that most if not all normal humans have some native remote viewing capability and experiences.  

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Remote Viewing Research and Applications

Research studies and applications in military intelligence, archeology, medicine, and other fields

How To Do Remote Viewing

The term remote viewing also refers to a set of protocols for conducting remote viewing sessions, experiments, research and practical applications.

Remote Viewing: History & Practice

In the early days, circa the 1930s-1940s, remote viewing was viewed as a paranormal, Psi phenomenon. It's most renowned practitioner was Edgar Cayce. During the 1970s and beyond remote viewing was investigated by branches of the military and the CIA and for them by research organizations including Stanford Research Institute (now, SRI, Inc.). Today, remote viewing is the term most often used for those phenomena and methodologies previously known as clairvoyance and telepathy. It is part of the more encompassing phenomena termed, extrasensory perception or, simply, ESP.

Anomalous Phenomenon

The emerging paradigm shift and worldview can accommodate remote viewing as a aspect of reality, of human capabilities and consciousness, while it remains anomalous in  other current worldviews.