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The psychic abilities of most humans are dampened by the clatter of our conscious minds. In this timely audiobook, Russell Targ shows listeners how to quiet this noise and see into the far reaches of time and space through remote viewing. He also illuminates the phenomena of intuitive medical diagnosis and distant healing in a groundbreaking synthesis of research and empirical data. 

Drawing on a broad range of spiritual traditions, Targ demonstrates that these psychic abilities offer a path of self-inquiry and self-realization and have the power to expand each person's limited awareness into the consciousness shared by all beings. Targ explores the scientific and spiritual implications of remote viewing, as well as offering practical techniques and exercises to nurture this universally available but often untapped skill.

©2004 Russell Targ (P)2020 Tantor

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Not a guide

I'm well over an hour in and there is no such thing as a guide in this book. All he is doing is talking about love and finding God and showing high levels of cognitive dissonance. For instance, Targ defensively makes the point against science that old beliefs such as the world being flat do not stand up to the scientific rigor today and that we shouldn't hold onto the past, only to continue his point by stating in the next sentence that what he is teaching has been promoted for centuries in religious texts. Well which is it, Mr. Targ? Is a long standing belief a benefit or a burden?

I'm debating returning this as I don't believe reading the chapter names there will be anything in this.

I'm sold on remote viewing. I have been for over half my life, but I haven't experimented with it since I was in school and had some moderate, yet skeptical success using free online tutorials. Having the finances to support my reading into it now, I was hoping this book would be next level. It's not.

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  • 03-08-21

Small portion on ESP

while the book does talk about remote viewing and ESP, there isn't very much in the way of instruction, except for one chapter. The rest of the book seems to talk about Dzogchen Buddhism and other eastern religious practices. The stories are good, but again not very much to be gleaned from this book as far as instruction.

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Excellent, more than I expected.

I read this because I was curious about remote viewing and Russell Targ delivered a great book. I would recommend it. The narrator was fine but I think Russell could have narrated it better himself.

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An Enlightenment?

It seems Mr. Targ, later in his career has found some great paths to travel.
I enjoyed his perspective, being on the cutting edge of mind science is an enviable postion. One can only ponder the true things he has been a part of.

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A masterpiece

This book lends scientific explanation to intuited feelings and experiences. I love Russell Targ’s work. In the chapter discussing ESP Russell cited Barbara Brennan, when he mentioned her book Hands of Light my heart flipped over in my chest. I ran to the book shelf where I had several books from my late grandmothers house. My grandmother was a pioneer thinker, and philosopher. I am now reading that book with a far more open mind. Thank you for your honest and open dialogue Russell!

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Amazing book awful robotic voice used

One of the best books in this field. Totally recommend the reading book instead of the audio book.

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  • 09-26-20

can't listening...

the narrator is very depressing... a robot I think it was better..
if in normal life he speak the same, I don't think have friends!😂
I could not go over the introduction...😤
and I pay for this book!!!😩