Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing
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Remote Viewing (RV) is the ability to perceive and describe detailed information about a remote place, person, or thing--regardless of the normal boundaries of time and space. For over 25 years it has represented the cutting edge of research into the powers of the mind.
Mind Trek provides us with insight into new perceptions and realities and gives us an understanding of how to deal with the doubts and fears of the RV learning process. By showing the effects research has had on the author as a subject, it points to consciousness as the ultimate time-machine and the mind as the gateway to human creativity. It also establishes our own clear responsibility for the design of our future.
This book also provides excellent guidelines for how to begin your own journey toward perfecting the art of Remote Viewing.
Perhaps most of you out there are renditions of Joe, at least as much as I am a part of you. As far-fetched as it might sound, it makes perfectly good sense. In order for us to fully experience an event in physical reality, we would need to see all perspectives or views of it. Therefore, at a minimum, within each event, I would have to be the observer as well as the observed. Of course, if there were other witnesses to the event, then I would have to be them as well. All renditions of us would be
with a rich background in the research and development of numerous multi-level technical collection systems designed for United States Army Intelligence. His specific area of educational expertise is within the social and psychological sciences. His experience also includes: ADP equipment and technology management, data systems analysis for mainframe, mini-mainframe, and desktop systems supporting information collection for military and civilian intelligence purposes. He is owner of Intuitive
off guard initially, but it is quick to respond. Soon, the built-in, automatic analysis systems kick in. They try to compensate for temporary loss of control. Once again, they take over and begin to override the more primitive sense inputs—the psi-functioning—and it is soon buried under tons of useless mental debris and overlay. A picture of how this might look before and after is presented in Figure 47. Figure 47. Before and After. Guru/Technological Dependency It is unavoidable
there are those who refuse to accept the inevitable consequence of failure. At present there is no such thing as a 100% success rate with remote viewing, nor does there appear to be one predicted for the near future. There is some indication that we may have a foot in the door with regard to understanding some of the base-line mechanics of remote viewing, but until sufficient research has been completed, we are not even sure about that. There is no formula for success. Anyone can be trained
in the early evening on most Fridays. On this particular occasion we had chosen a restaurant just across the River Inn, southwest of Passau, Germany, in an Austrian town called Braunau am Inn, which means Braunau on or by the River Inn. The name of the restaurant is lost forever in the clouds of my mind, but I distinctly remember how it looked. It was old and narrow, situated on a cobblestone side street very close to the edge of town. Inside, the air was choked with cigarette and pipe smoke,