Remote Viewing describes a method of working with the nonlocal mind to “see” a distant object. The term was coined by Russell Targ and Hal Putoff at the Stanford Research Institute in the 1970s to differentiate it from clairvoyance.
There are four main stages of Remote Viewing, that anyone can learn and practice.
We offer Remote Viewing Classes to our membership and as workshops at different times of the year. Join the newsletter, or check our classes page for updates.
We can also be hired to teach Remote Viewing at your location. Email [email protected]
‘Limitless Mind” by Russell Targ is a great resource.