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Remote Viewing: The Complete User's Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing Paperback – May 28, 2011
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Born into a family of career officers, David Morehouse for nearly 20 years steadied himself on an unwavering track of becoming a general in the United States Army. Then, in 1987, a machine gun bullet hit him and, by all accounts, should have killed him instantly. Instead, this experience opened his perception to a new reality, and a new understanding of personal and collective purpose. In his international bestsellerPsychic Warrior, he recounts how he was recruited into a top-secret program of the CIA and trained as a Remote Viewer, capable of seeing persons, places, and things distant in space-time to gather information. Today David Morehouse has transformed these techniques into a tool for personal empowerment, enhanced insight, intuitive development, and discernment. Now, in a landmark event, he has created his first practical course in this amazing method: The Remote Viewing Training Course.
A former Army major explains what the CIA taught him about viewing remote events. A kind of psychic ability, it involves the sophisticated application of the detecting, decoding, and objectifying we all carry out as part of normal perception. As happens when you think of your best friend just before he or she calls, certain awarenesses or perceptions can yield surprising pictures of the future once we recognize what is coming to us and what to do with it. Morehouse is a natural speaker, but he's so thrilled with his material that he doesn't realize how long he takes to set up and express his ideas. The instructions for the practice sessions are precise but will seem tedious to all but the most highly motivated listener. T.W. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I see Remote Viewing as a wonderful spiritual path as well as a practical skill, and I'm looking forward to practicing a lot more.
By the way, you can go to David Morehouse's website and get about 35 free targets (sites that you can practice Remote Viewing on) in the Resources section.
One of the customer reviews says that learning Remote Viewing requires a partner. I was able to learn without a partner, and the author never suggests that the learner requires one. I'm sure that a partner would make learning easier; however, this book doesn't describe how to work with a partner. I believe that in-person training workshops sometimes involve working with a partner.
I've just bought another book on Remote Viewing, "The Seventh Sense" by Lyn Buchanan. Both David Morehouse and Lyn Buchanan learned Remote Viewing in the military together. While Morehouse's book is a step-by-step manual, "The Seventh Sense" isn't that. It provides more in-depth understanding of the principles of Remote Vieiwing and also some important foundational exercises. I've started doing the exercises. The two books are complementary and I recommend them both highly.
I also have watched many Remote Viewing videos on YouTube, including an entire series of 24 lessons by Courtney Brown (Farsight Institute series). These were also very helpful. I found an introductory video by Ed Dames helpful. But he's into a lot of weird stuff, too. He sends out a video about a future Doomsday scenario ("Killshot) that he claims was supported by the work of other military Remote Viewers. By my research, it isn't so supported at all. I think his Doomsday scenario is just a way to scare people so that they'll buy more Remote Viewing training from him. In any event, I've found all the free videos on YouTube very interesting and helpful.
But the Morehouse and Buchanan books are irreplaceable and essential.
I started with "associative" remote viewing about 15 years ago, but it wasn't as disiplined an approach as this is.
I read very little so far but looks great.