Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness

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New World Library, Jan 1, 2009 - Religion - 209 pages
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Popular misconceptions of psychic ability and ESP have often prevented these topics from being taken seriously, yet an abundance of scientific research shows that we have a tremendous capacity for developing these talents. In 1972, physicist Russell Targ, co-founded the Stanford Research Institute's program to investigate the development of psychic abilities. In his ten years with this program, he came to understand that most people have the ability to describe events and locations that are blocked from ordinary perception. The term remote-viewing was coined for this ability. In this, his sixth book, Targ explores the scientific as well as the spiritual implications of remote viewing and offers detailed exercises to assist readers in cultivating their own psychic abilities.
Russell offers several techniques and exercises to overcome all of this clatter and to develop remote-viewing skills. Remote-viewing offers a path of self-inquiry and self-realization and expands our limited awareness of the consciousness shared by all humans.
  

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Review: Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness

User Review  - Sharon Moonbeam - Goodreads

I found the whole concept to be really interesting... Read full review

Review: Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness

User Review  - David A. N˙˝ez - Goodreads

A pretty fast read. I was always interested in what Russell had to say about remote viewing. I thought this book would be more into RV protocols or structure. This book is more for someone starting ... Read full review

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Russell Targ is currently aretireda and enjoys motorcycling in the Silcon Valley (even though he is legally blind) and studying Dzogchen Buddhism.

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