Russell Targ for Science & Nonduality
What do the healer, the mystic, the psychic and the spy all have in common? They are all in touch with their nonlocal mind and our community of spirit.
During the 1970s and 80s, Stanford Research Institute (SRI) carried out investigations of our ability to experience and describe distant events blocked from ordinary perception.
This intuitive capacity was named remote viewing, and the research was supported by the CIA, NASA and many other government organizations for gathering intelligence information about worldwide activities during the Cold War.
Physicist Russell Targ, co-founder of this previously secret psychic research program, describes the very best evidence for extrasensory perception, precognition, intuitive diagnosis and distant healing.
He describes many of these applications, together with the spiritual implications of psychic abilities from the Hindu mystic Patanjali and the Dzogchen dharma masters down to the present time, as they might be applied to expanding timeless and nonlocal awareness.
He discusses developing remote viewing skill; how to recognize the actual psychic signal and separate it from mental noise of memory, imagination and analysis; and why should we bother with ESP in the first place.