Learning Remote Viewing & Intentional Healing

Learning Remote Viewing & Intentional Healing

With Russell Targ and Stephan Schwartz

At the Omega Institute August 26 – August 31, 2012

Remote viewing, the ability to experience and describe distant events unavailable to ordinary perception, began as a laboratory protocol created by a small group of scientists at the CIA-sponsored Stanford Research Institute in the 1970s and 1980s. It has since become part of pop culture, including its use in Dan Brown’s best-seller The Lost Symbol. Similarly, intentional healing (i.e., prayer) has now extended beyond the religious to the scientific, with thousands of papers written about its effectiveness, and the idea of nonlocality, in which our awareness transcends ordinary understanding of space and time, has become the hottest research topic in modern physics.

Together, remote viewing and intentional healing provide an experience described in our ancient spiritual traditions and shamanic paths. In this rare appearance, two of the world’s leading researchers in the field, Russell Targ and Stephan A. Schwartz, guide us as a group and individually through lectures, remote viewing, and intentional healing exercises for a true modern-day shamanic journey.

Recommended reading: Targ, The End of Suffering, Limitless Mind, and Do You See What I See?

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See also: The Reality of ESP by Russell Targ

by Reviewer
Physicist Russell Targ is a pioneer in the development of the laser and laser applications, and cofounder of the Stanford Research Institute’s investigation into remote viewing. He is author of several books, including Limitless Mind and Do You See What I See? Targ is also editor and publisher of the collection Classics in Consciousness. espresearch.com Stephan A. Schwartz, author of Remote Viewing, is Senior Samueli Fellow of the Samueli Institute and research associate of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research. Part of the group that founded modern remote viewing research, he is the principal researcher studying the use of remote viewing in archaeology and has discovered Cleopatra’s Palace using the technique. stephanaschwartz.com