Copyright ©1996 by Courtney Brown; Recording (P)1997 by Alternative Audio
I've been skeptical of remote viewing mainly due to what I've heard from Ed Dames, but this woman is different, and the material she seems to have viewed seems believable. It's one of those things you have to take as another potential piece of the puzzle, maybe right, maybe not, but her heart is good and she seems honest. If what she viewed is real....and I think it could be, it's fascinating.
I have an undergraduate degree in philosophy and a Master's Degree in Professional Writing from Maharishi University of Management, am author of THE RELUCTANT VEGETARIAN COOKBOOK, and am an avid reader/listener.
I found this book riveting in part because it was the most cogent description of remote viewing I'd had to date, because it verified my own psychic experiences, and answered a lot of questions that I didn't even know anyone knew the answers to. I also found it fascinating for it's findings, which, I agree might be arguable, but which I found well worth considering, especially as it inspired compassion rather than fear. I appreciated the sincere and responsible way the material was presented, and as someone who practices meditation (as the author recommends) I can verify his descriptions of its effectiveness for developing psychic abilities (even though it is not promoted for that purpose).
If you're new to the concepts, this book is a boundaries-buster. If you're familiar with the concepts, you may find new information here that will, as it did for me, send you running to the library to dig deeper into the subject.
Also, the reader was excellent. My only regret was the book ended so soon.
I find the whole idea of Remote Viewing sketchy as it is. I'd certainly like it to be a real phenomenon, but I need better proof and what the author claims to have done with it, goes well past the bounds of believability.
But putting that aside for the moment, I think I see what she's trying to do with this book. She means well and perhaps the book will be an agent of positive change in some way.
But if you're looking for more of a 'hard science' approach to the subject matter, this is probably not the book for you.
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