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Daily Inspiration — Physics and the Unphysical

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Russell Targ was a laser physicist before he got interested in paranormal experiments. For 25 years, he headed a group at Stanford Research Institute that had a contract with the CIA to do intelligence work via psychic visualization. The reliability of what their "remote viewers" reported was not comparable to someone who actually goes to the place and looks at what's there, but in cases where it was impossible to do that, remote viewing provided important clues often enough to be useful.

In this video, he reports stunning success, including pinpointing the exact location of the car that kidnapped Patty Hearst. In controlled statistical tests, several of their remote viewers achieved performance ruled out as chance at the probability level of 1 in a million.

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Remote viewing is a natural human ability, a skill that anyone can learn to some extent. It is not a spiritual path, but if you learn to quiet your mind and move your awareness into a timeless realm, you are likely to experience things that surprise you and give you another view of reality.

The most important thing you can do with remote viewing is to discover who you are. My opinion is that who you really are is non-local awareness, independent of space and time.

 

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Thanks, Josh. I'll research this more.

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Yes this is fascinating...I participated in some remote viewing archeology in a group...it was fascinating to hear how many people in the room came up with similar information...not yet proven as far as I know, since the amount of digging required would be extensive!

A friend of mine was brought in by police to provide info on the Adam Walsh case, and was accurate, but not in time to make a difference...

It is interesting to note that many police departments do seem to consult psychics when they are stumped by a case...with useful results!

Russel Targ is a very interesting fellow, I heard him speak years ago...

Thanks for this, Josh!

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Thanks Josh! I have been studying "journeying" for about seven years. All this stretched my mind in ways that engineering had told me was inelastic. I am starting to like the word "intuition."

Life is very rich!

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